Editor's Pick

Hallelujah! It's time for the Sing-Along Messiah!

The 11th annual Sing-Along Messiah will be held at Chalmers-Wesley on Sunday, November 23 at 7:00pm.

Please, bring your score and join us as we sing favorite selections from Handel's famous oratorio.

Nov 22 - St. Andrew's Day dinner hosted by the 78th Fraser Highlanders & Quebec High School

22 November 2008 - Quebec QC - The St. Andrew's Garrison of the 78th Fraser Highlanders in cooperation with students of Quebec High School (QHS) are presenting a St. Andrew's Day dinner (traditional Scottish style with haggis) at the School on the corner of René-Levesque and Belvedère.

Je me souviens what?

I find the licence plates in Quebec quite boring with their "Je me Souviens" slogan at the bottom. Other provinces seem to have such interesting things like "Yours to Discover" or "Canada's Ocean Playground" or "Wild Rose Country" etc. These other slogans are so enlighteneing and positive and describe an area or idea.

Blog or Op/Ed: Reminder

Forgetting the Holocaust?

“Some kids haven’t heard about the Holocaust at all”

Are our youth forgetting the Holocaust?

Quebecers help choose new American president

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Photo: Scott French

Join Graham Fraser at the Morrin Center Dec. 7th, Canada'a Commissioner of Official Languages


December 7th, 7:30 pm $4 members 6$ non-members

CRTC hearing announced; VEQ to air Global grievances

The QCT wants your memories of wartime

You can help make this year’s QCT Remembrance Day edition one to remember. Were you or a member of your family a soldier or nurse during wartime?

Undepressed by Depression

Seniors are not worrying about the future; we do not share in the great fears of recession. We have coped with hard times before and didn’t even realize we were poor. Of course, it was our parents and grandparents who had to figure out how to manage.

Why Quebecers still vote for the Bloc Quebecois

Photo: QCT archives

As I returned home from guiding in Old Quebec on a particularly chilly October day, I couldn’t help but be reminded of how much we carry our heritage with us in Quebec, and how the recent federal election results underscored this tendency.

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