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2021 Year in Review: August

“Not one more” “Not one more” was one of the many slogans chanted in front of Parc Metro station on Jul. 30, when demonstrators gathered to commemorate femicide victim Rajinder Prabhneed Kaur and demand the government do more to prevent...

2021 Year in Review: July

Canada Day in a pandemic Like every year in Canada, the month of July starts with the country’s national holiday on Jul. 1. Canada Day is most often celebrated with family and friends getting together to enjoy fun summer activities...

2021 Year in Review: June

Many restrictions end With the curfew now lifted and restaurants, cinemas and bars finally allowed to reopen, many Montrealers saw the month of June as the first month of a return to normal. With warm temperatures and low case counts,...

2021 Year in Review: May

Eid ul-Fitr during lockdown  As the month of May began, the surge of COVID-19 cases of April had now stabilized and many across the province began to feel truly hopeful for a near-normal summer. While the situation had improved, many...

2021 Year in Review: April

Essential workers demand permanent status With trees budding, longer days and temperatures regularly above zero, April was the month the city came back to life.  On Apr. 10, a group of approximately 100 people gathered at Peace Park in front of...

2021 Year in Review: March

“Weapons of mass reduction” As the weather began to warm and the streets of Park Extension reawakened from winter, the provincial vaccination campaign kicked off with vigour and the neighbourhood saw a number of local issues and stories come to...

2021 Year in Review: February

Continued restrictions As January turned into February, many realized that the strict health measures imposed at the start of the year were here to stay. As the epidemiological situation improved, the provincial government allowed for a certain relaxation of health...

2021 Year in Review: January

A year once again dominated by COVID also gave room to many other important stories As quickly as 2020 came and went, so did 2021. While many saw the second year of a new decade as a mere continuation of...

La connaissance, c’est le pouvoir

Le CAPE fait équipe avec Éducaloi pour offrir un atelier sur les droits des locataires Éducaloi et l'organisme de défense du logement, le Comité d'action de Parc-Extension (CAPE), feront équipe au début de janvier pour offrir aux locataires un atelier...

Knowledge is power

CAPE teams up with Éducaloi to host tenants’ rights workshop Éducaloi and local housing advocacy organization Comité d’Action de Parc-Extension (CAPE) will be teaming up in early January to offer a workshop to tenants and renters outlining their housing rights...