Here are the hot topics that marked the week.

The project for a third highway link between Quebec and Lévis is no more. Due to a drop in traffic on the bridges, but also for a question of costs, the Legault government has given up on its election promise. He now advocates a tunnel reserved for public transport between the two shores.

We now know who is the young woman sexually assaulted by former Parti Québécois MP Harold LeBel in her Rimouski apartment in 2017. The identity of the mayoress of Longueuil, Catherine Fournier, was made public on Tuesday at her request. , in order to “transform these events into something positive”.

The CBC and Radio-Canada networks announced on Monday that they were suspending their Twitter activities less than 24 hours after the social network decided to add the label “government-funded media” to the company’s account. State.

Delays in the processing of tax reports, almost complete freeze on the issuance of passports, slowdown in the study of immigration applications: the impacts of the strike of 155,000 federal civil servants will have major consequences for Canadians, warned the Trudeau government. And the patience of citizens, already tested in recent months, will have limits, warned the Prime Minister.

Residents were worried Tuesday about the rising waters in Saint-Colomban, in the Laurentians where, as in several other regions, spring floods caused the overflow of the Rivière du Nord. Prime Minister François Legault says he is monitoring the situation closely, but a respite is already on the horizon.