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Wendake elects new Grand Chief

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Photo: Marie White

Wendake has a new Grand Chief. This news is a monumental shift for the Huron-Wendat population, which voted in Konrad Siouï as their new leader. Voting started Friday but conclusive results came in only on Saturday. By the second round of counting ballots, it became clear that the news was real and definitive.

Elizabeth Dallaire resurrects the memory of Rwanda

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Photo: Trinity C. McKenzie

Quebec City-born Elizabeth Dallaire shared good news from Rwanda with members and friends of Irish Heritage Québec last Monday night in McMahon Hall. She spoke of the resurrection of the central African country after the horrors of the genocide that gripped the tiny nation in 1994. She also talked about her role as UNICEF spokesperson for Schools in Africa.

Memorials and things of fame

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QC cultural communities search for common ground

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Photo: Scott French

What does the history of Quebec’s English-speaking minority have in common with the history of other cultural communities in the province? Very little, apparently. A recent conference session organized by the Association for Canadian Studies provided few common themes for presenters to build upon or discuss.

CRTC hearing announced; VEQ to air Global grievances

EQLC, volunteers, weather make Book Fair a success

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Photo: Scott French

Bibliophiles from all over the Quebec City region, and from as far away as Seattle, gathered in the gym at the Eastern Québec Learning Centre (EQLC) on Saturday, October 25 to fill their bookshelves with reading material for the long winter ahead.

Wintertime holds fun for young, memories for old

Did everyone see the snow last week? We had some on our roof for a couple of days. We can’t believe our beautiful autumn is over and our annuals are gone forever.

It is interesting to see the reactions of folks due to the changes in the weather. Small children are elated, adults frown and seniors cringe.

What the 400th did for Quebec and how Quebec can keep it up

The first in a two-part series

With the five presentations in Quebec City of an exclusive Cirque du Soleil show between October 17 and 19, the celebrations around the 400th anniversary of Quebec have almost come to an end.

Immigration dept. promotes “francisation” for newcomers

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Photo: Scott French

A community landmark changes hands; Aaron family to sell Restaurant Diana

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Photo: Scott French

It was the kind of place people called a second home, the kind of place you might sit down to have a meal alone and feel perfectly comfortable. Restaurant Diana, one of a dying breed of family-run restaurants in Quebec City’s downtown, plans to close its doors for good this Saturday, after serving the community in St. Jean Baptiste for 63 years.