The ins and outs of the COVID-19 coronavirus

Last December, a new coronavirus named COVID-19 was detected in the city of Wuhan in China after an outbreak of atypical pneumonia was identified. The first ill people developed their symptoms following exposure to a seafood and live animal market located in the city. Insights into the ins and outs of COVID-19.

The transformation of winter over time

The white season in Canada is getting shorter and shorter and the snow is getting less and less. The impact of global warming is real and has visible consequences on the environment, the economy and even on society in general. Here are some activities to talk about it with students while developing their digital skills!

Use of personal data: stop or else?

Big brands and companies are increasingly trying to be close to their potential customers and communicate more and more frequently and directly, trying to best target their tastes and preferences. And who are the best friends of these companies? Our personal data, of course!

Hockey: a story of numbers!

The success of the Montreal Canadiens is closely linked to their biggest star and I named Carey Price. For 100 games now, Carey is no longer a shadow of himself with stats unlike the highest paid goaltender in the National Hockey League. Let's take a closer look at all these figures that make hockey the most analyzed and most documented sport in Quebec.

A black Lady Liberty on a gold coin

This year marks the 225th anniversary of the American currency. Let's take a closer look at how the United States chose a black woman to represent Lady Liberty.