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Quebec Art Company presents Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead


QUEBEC ART COMPANY  Quebec City's only anglophone community theatre group is pleased to present  ROSENCRANTZ & GUILDENSTERN ARE DEAD by Tom Stoppard.  

Irish eyes were smiling on the Défilé de la Saint-Patrick

Photo: Jay Ouellet

It was surely the luck of the Irish that brought out beaming sunshine last Saturday as the sixth annual Défilé de la Saint-Patrick pranced and danced its way through the streets of Quebec City. It was a perfect day for a parade to celebrate the city's Irish heritage. 

Jay Ouellet’s Moon photo has gone mega-viral

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Photo: by Shirley Nadeau

The photo of the conjuncture of the Moon with Venus and Mars over Quebec City featured by the QCT on the front page of the February 25, 2015, issue has gone mega-viral. The photo, taken by Jay Ouellet, was the Astronomy Picture of the Day (APOD) on the U.S.

QCGN satisfied Bill 10 compromises will protect the rights of English-speaking communities

Photo: Katherine Gérard, QCGN


Controversial Bill 10 passed despite protests

Photo: Ruby Pratka

Shortly after 9 a.m. on Friday, February 6, Coalition Avenir Québec health spokesperson François Paradis, Health Minister Gaétan Barrette, Québec Solidaire co-leader Françoise David and Parti Québécois health spokesperson and right-to-die advocate Véronique Hivon filed into a National Assembly conference room.

Jeffery Hale – Saint Brigid’s and VEQ respond to Bill 10’s approval

Last September the Quebec government introduced Bill 10, which aimed to improve access to health-care services and promote a more efficient health and social-services network.

The scope of the changes proposed was extensive.

"You are important to us. Suicide is not an option."

Suicide Prevention Week February 1 - 7

The Association québécoise de Prévention du Suicide is holding its 25th annual Suicide Prevention Week, from February 1 to 7. During the week, the association will draw people’s attention to the plight of individuals who are vulnerable to suicide because of an invisible illness and emotional states they find unstable and/or unbearable.

Responses to the QCT OPINION POLL: Just who do you think you are?

Responses to the

A QCT POLL - Just who do you think you are?

At a recent gathering of QCT journalists, the subject came up as to whether writers should use Anglophone or English-speaking person to refer to someone whose first language is la langue de Shakespeare, as the French-language media seem to insist on calling it (albeit few of us say, "I'll be there anon," "Dost thou know the time?" or "Wherefore art thou Andy?").

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