They just don’t have that look of angst, the one that screams, “I’m in the rat race and I can’t get out.” It’s more rat pack than rat race.This is a wonderful way to live, --here comes the disclaimer--you make things happen. The women I know are disproportionately successful for their age (all in their mid-twenties).
Montreal is teeming with cool, interesting people--people with more joie de vivre than you can shake a stick at.
Last week I was cycling down Sherbrooke Street, dutifully wearing the never cute but always lifesaving bike helmet, when I passed a group of dapper young men in their late twenties or early thirties.
They were wearing suits and standing in front of a church--presumably there had been a wedding.
Édith Cloutier, executive director of Val-d'Or's Native Friendship Centre, said that she and her colleagues had trusted the justice system and took part in the investigation with "good will." However, she said they feel disappointed now, hearing that charges will not be pressed against any of the officers allegedly involved in abuses in Val-d'Or.
uncovered several allegations of abuse toward Indigenous women in Val-d'Or, a city about 600 kilometres northwest of Montreal.