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Football to start up soon at St. Pat’s

Spring is finally here! The home stretch may be upon us, but things are still going strong at St. Pat’s.

Spring Fall(s)

For many years we've made a habit of visiting several of the region's waterfalls. Chute de la Chauriede sees us a few times a year, and every year I tell myself that I really should try and go at the very begining of spring to see the falls at their peak volume. Well, we finally did it this year, and boy we were not dissapointed. The falls were spectacular!

 

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Volunteers are green power

This is one powerful week – as we celebrate volunteers and the planet.

It’s National Volunteer Week and Earth Day whirred by on Tuesday.

Volunteering keeps us physically and mentally motivated. It keeps us active.

Beware of plastic bags and monsters in old Quebec

Apr 16 LUSH plastic bag monster.jpg

Earth Day is coming up soon! It’s time to think of the planet and how our actions affect our home over the short and long term. Thinking about it now will get us ready for Earth Day on April 22.

One way is to come face to face with our waste.

the frustations of a student...

 

I don't know for you, but sometimes, I feel very frustrated to be a student. Yell

Welcome to Deborah's students from Classehiver 2008!

The students in the 'English in the Media' classes at Cégep Limoilou have officially started blogging! I would like to introduce these amazing people.

Rebuild the Armoury!

Quebec City Mayor Régis Labeaume appealed to Prime Minister Stephen Harper earlier this week to rebuild the burned out historic Quebec City Armoury as soon as possible.

Upon hearing the news while in France, Labeaume immediately began his campaign to urgently rebuild the historic structure. 

It pays to be bilingual

It pays to be bilingual – literally. That’s the idea behind the establishment of the Zone Multilingue kiosk at the 10th annual Quebec City Job Fair.

St.Lawrence Students take a Green Step!

By: Claudia Kedney-Bolduc, Edison Chan, and Elyse Moreau 

Les Voltigeurs save their colours

Musicians determined to perform despite losing their instruments and uniforms

True to their training, members of Quebec's Les Voltigeurs regiment remained courageous during and after their home, Quebec City's armoury was badly destroyed in a massive fire on the evening of Friday, April 4.

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