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Photo: John Woodruff, Library and Archives Canada PA-020861

April 21, 1819 – The Quebec Gazette

Electric Rods

What Notre Dame shows us about solidarity


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On Monday, April 15, as last week’s edition of the Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph was going to press, I was in the back of a Land Rover, nearing the end of an eight-hour journey from Addis Ababa, the capital of Ethiopia, to Goba, a small town in the Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples’ Region, to interview midwives and new mothers about the success of various training programs given throug

Living the zero-waste life in Charlesbourg

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Photo: Lorie Pierce

This is the first in a series of articles featuring residents of Greater Quebec City who are taking steps to produce less household waste. Locally, this process is known as zéro déchets.

Look who came honking at my door!

Photo: Lise Lafond

They’re back … or is it really them?

Spring means that birds will be migrating back to their nesting grounds. At this time of the year, wherever I am I seem to hear that lovely honking sound telling me that geese may be landing on our lake.

City expands bike path network, shelves Old Port bridge

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Photo: Peter Black from QCT archives

The City plans to add 25 more kilometres of bike trails to the existing network this year but has put another major bike path project on hold. The City is also developing a policy on the growing popularity of winter biking.

Famous descendants of John Neilson

Photo: Library and Archives Canada

John Neilson (1776-1848) was famous for many reasons. He was the publisher of the Quebec Gazette/La Gazette de Québec, the ancestor of the Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph. He served in the Parliament of Lower Canada. He operated a highly profitable printing establishment. And he contributed largely to the development of Valcartier.

Elliott Marie RAY

Elliott Marie Ray (née Billings) died peacefully at the hospital in Hull in the early hours of Tuesday, April 16, 2019, in her 85th year. Wife of William Marshall Ray (Bill Ray) for 58 years. To honour her wishes there will be no service. A private burial of her ashes at Mount Hermon Cemetery will take place at a later date.

Community Calendar


Thursday, April 25 at 10 a.m. – Lifelong Learning: Staying Connected in the Digital Age. A discussion about ways to stay connected with families, friends and the community no matter where we are. This activity, at the Eastern Québec Learning Centre,* is for Lifelong Learning members and their guests (with guest passes).

Toys and More Sale

The Toys and More Sale, now in its 14th year, will be hosted by CEGEP Champlain–St. Lawrence on Saturday, May 4, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

This annual baby and family bazaar is a staple of the English-speaking community calendar. It is made possible by the volunteers from the Moms’ Nite-out group of the Wellness Centre.

High school basketball season ends with one title for the Blazers

Photo: QHS Facebook page

The 2018-19 high school basketball season has come to an end in the Québec Chaudière-Appalaches region of the Réseau du Sport Étudiant du Québec (RSEQ).

The Quebec High School Blazers fielded seven teams (three girls’ teams and four boys’), while the St. Patrick’s High Fighting Irish had four girls’ teams and four boys’ teams in 2018-19.