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  1. (Courtesy of The Montreal Gazette) WOW I am happy I don`t live on St Pierre anymore. This city has gone to the dogs. I guess its time to really go out and buy a bulletproof vest and armour up my car.
  2. La compagnie de Toronto qui exploite au Québec la bannière Pharmaprix met la main sur une entreprise de services pharmaceutiques spécialisés. Pour en lire plus...
  3. Pfizer buying rival drug firm Wyeth for $68B US Unclear how purchase would affect Pfizer facilities in Calgary, Kirkland, Que., Mississauga, Ont. Last Updated: Monday, January 26, 2009 | 11:59 AM ET Comments16Recommend12 The Associated Press Pfizer Inc. is buying rival drug-maker Wyeth in a $68-billion US cash-and-stock deal that will increase its revenue by 50 per cent, solidify its No. 1 rank in the troubled industry and transform it from a pure pharmaceutical company into a broadly diversified health-care giant. At the same time, Pfizer announced cost cuts that include slashin
  4. Cleaned up? Not so much One-Quarter of Montrealers see problem behaviour in their neighbourhoods The view on St. Antoine St. W. Almost a quarter of Montrealers said social incivility in one form or another is a problem in their neighbourhoods. Fifteen per cent mentioned drug use and five per cent specified prostitution. CHRISTOPHER MAUGHAN, The Gazette Published: 20 hours ago Montreal has been known as "sin city" for the better part of a century, ever since Americans started coming here to drink freely during the Prohibition era. A new survey suggests little has changed sin
  5. (Courtesy of CTV Montreal) How about they change the damn laws about drunk driving! You kill someone you spend the rest of your life in prison. If you injure someone while you driving drunk you lose your car and license for life. If you are caught again (seeing you loss your license), you go to prison for life, but NO Quebec has to be a forgiving province, bloody BS!
  6. Montreal team makes HIV discovery Virus gets help from a cell protein. Finding is expected to help development of new class of drugs to combat the disease CHARLIE FIDELMAN, The Gazette Published: Saturday, July 14 Montreal researchers have identified a novel target that's an accomplice to HIV, the virus that causes AIDS. The virus doesn't work alone, but recruits a collaborator - a cell protein - in its mission to multiply and spread through the body, explained Eric Cohen, a professor of medicine at the UniversitE de MontrEal. Cohen and his team of researchers at the Institut
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  8. Le bénéfice du groupe qui détient la bannière Pharmaprix au Québec a atteint 128,3 M$ en augmentation sur les 112,2 M$ pour le deuxième trimestre, il y a un an. Pour en lire plus...
  9. Les ventes de la chaîne de pharmacies ont grimpé de 9,8% au troisième trimestre pour atteindre 2,8 G$, ce qui a permis à la société de déclarer un bénéfice net de 162,5 M$. Pour en lire plus...
  10. Consortium a welcome booster shot for pharmaceutical research PETER HADEKEL, The Gazette Published: 8 hours ago Up to $48 million over four years could be pumped into drug discovery in Quebec under an innovative new consortium that links governments, pharmaceutical companies and universities. The Quebec Consortium for Drug Discovery, announced last week by Economic Development Minster Raymond Bachand, could be a welcome shot in the arm for the pharmaceutical and biotech sectors in Montreal. The industry has a significant presence in Quebec, with 145 companies, nearly 21,000 jo
  11. L'action grimpait en après-midi après l'acceptation de sa réponse sur le tramadol à dose unique quotidienne par la Food and Drug Administration aux États-Unis. Pour en lire plus...
  12. La chaîne Pharmaprix prévoit poursuivre sa croissance au Québec Il y a 1 jour TORONTO — La plus importante chaîne de pharmacies au Canada, Shoppers Drug Mart (TSX:SC), estime être en mesure de prendre encore plus de place au Québec - où elle exploite la bannière Pharmaprix -, ainsi que dans l'Ouest et en Ontario, a déclaré jeudi le chef de la direction de l'entreprise, Jurgen Schreiber, lors de l'assemblée générale annuelle des actionnaires. Il y a un an, l'entreprise torontoise venait d'inaugurer son 1000e établissement. Elle en compte maintenant 1095, dont 551 en Ontario, mais l'esse
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