Top 5 news stories - Week of March 4th to March 10th, 2019

Top 5 news stories across Quebec
Rank Events Media Prominence Score
1 SNC-Lavalin : Justin Trudeau reacts, Minister Jane Philpott resigns whilst Gerald Butts testify before the Commons’ Justice Committee 8,46 %
2 Political and social crisis in Venezuela : Guaidó is back in the country whilst the country is hit by a major blackout 1,43 %
3 Martin Prud’homme, head of the Sûreté du Québec, is suspended from his duties following criminal allegation 1,42 %
4 Meng Wanzhou takes legal actions against Canadian government as extradition proceedings against her begin 1,27 %
5 New allegations of sexual abuse against Michael Jackson in a HBO documentary, fans from around the world react 1,09 %

 

Top 5 news stories across Canada
Rank Events Media Prominence Score
1 SNC-Lavalin : Minister Jane Philpott resigns whilst Gerald Butts testify before the Commons’ Justice Committee 3,57 %
2 Changes to the Ontario health-care system are still making people react 0,35 %
3 Celina Caesar-Chavannes claims to have had a very stormy conversation with Justin Trudeau when she told him she would not be a candidate in the next election 0,27 %
4 Death of the American actor Luke Perry 0,23 %
5 Ron Taverner, a friend of Doug Ford, withdraws from the OPP leadership race and ends the controversy over his ties to the Ontario premier 0,22 %

 

Top 5 Twitter - Week of March 4th to March 10th, 2019

 

Quebec
Rank Keywords Rank in Canada Score
1 Niemi 13 0,89 %
2 #1stHabsGoal 19 0,84 %
3 Butts 22 0,80 %
4 Jane Philpott 29 0,73 %
5 Jacques Plante 41 0,63 %

 

Canada
Rank Keywords Score
1 #WorldBookDay 1,53 %
2 #InternationalWomensDay 1,32 %
3 #DaylightSavingsTime 1,31 %
4 #Flames1stGoal 1,25 %
5 Ethiopian Airlines 1,17 %

 

United-States
Rank Keywords Score
1 #InternationalWomensDay 1,44 %
2 #NationalCerealDay 1,31 %
3 #WorldBookDay 1,27 %
4 #WednesdayWisdom 1,18 %
5 #DaylightSavingsTime 1,16 %

 

World
Rank Keywords Score
1 #InternationalWomensDay 1,62 %
2 #WorldBookDay 1,08 %
3 #ImpeachmentBolsonaro 1,06 %
4 #InternationWomensDay 0,97 %
5 #PancakeDay 0,90 %


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