I stay at we

Je reste chez nous

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Shkabedabedweebeshoobop of QW4RTZ

The friendly quartet a cappella QW4RTZ has launched his second album Friday. The album includes 15 songs of times 100% a cappella and folk songs, such as Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen, Hallelujah by Leonard Cohen or Girls Just Want To Have Fun de Cyndi Lauper. There’s even a medley of songs by the Backstreet Boys. One thing is for sure, the guys seem to have had a lot of fun to make this album and it feels to listen to!

Released on June 12,

I rest


The last night

It will soon be seven years that a train of crude oil derailed in Lac-Mégantic, destroying the downtown and killing 47 people on its passage. In a duty of memory, Radio-Canada launched a story digital in comic form. Pascal Charest, Isabelle Hallé and the former mayor Colette Roy Laroche told this tragic night.

Available at radio-canada.ca/megantic


The Last I love you

Daniel O. Brouilette delivers to us here his first novel, which deals with the dignity of an end-of-life. The story takes place in the 1960s in a house in the countryside of a couple very much in love. Rita is struck by a harm, which threatens to result in death. The author recounts the last days in pain, this mother of seven children.

Released on 10 June


Spotlight on aboriginal art contemporary

To mark the national Day of indigenous peoples, which will take place on 21 June, the Musée des beaux-arts de Montréal has prepared a week of discoveries and virtual meetings to allow the public to learn more about the aboriginal art. The activities begin today and will continue until Sunday.

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