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Royal Rifles of Canada heritage lost in Armoury fire

Disbanded but not forgotten, The Royal Rifles of Canada are part of Quebec City's military history - and that of the armoury. This city-based infantry regiment was composed of soldiers from Quebec City, Richmond, Sherbrooke, Gaspé and parts of New Brunswick.

Quebec City armoury destroyed by fire - photos and video

DSCF0018_1.jpgQuebec City’s 124-year-old armoury was destroyed in a massive fire on Friday night. It is located off Grande-Allée, just outside the city’s fortified walls.

The building was undergoing renovations, which included sprinklers.

The Chronicle-Telegraph up for five newspaper awards this May

The QCT has been honoured with five nominations at the annual Quebec Community Newspaper Association (QCNA) Awards.

Assistant editor Michèle Thibeau is a finalist in the Best Education Story category for a piece she wrote on DDO School’s community-backed effort to secure an addition to its building.

Where homework is fun!

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At 3:05 on a weekday afternoon when most children are heading out the door to enjoy the good weather, Dollard-des-Ormeaux School’s Victory Hall comes alive.

Commentary - Sounds of Singing

Published under Commentary on Page 4, March 26, 2008 Print Edition

Make peace on the ice

It is unfortunate that penalties must be handed out to ensure that people do not beat each other senseless while playing a sport.

Quebec Remparts coach Patrick Roy and his son, goalie Jonathan Roy, were among those whose actions were penalized by the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League on Tuesday.

[REQUEST] - Looking for Sheena Taylor McDonald

In 1950 Sheena Taylor aged 19 migrated to Quebec from Glasgow with her parents Hugh and Ann McDonald Taylor. Sheena’s Mother Ann McDonald’s family had migrated to Australia in 1925 and no contact was ever made with
her parents, Sheena’s Grandparents, or Uncles/Cousins from that time.

Catch Révélations at the Jeff

Painters, sculptors, crafters, writers and other artists await visitors during the eighth edition of the Exposition Révélations exhibit to be held at the Jeffery Hale from April 6 to 8 from 11 to 5 p.m. The launch will take place on Sunday, April 6 in the Coin Soleil room, second floor, at 2 p.m.

Marianna O’Gallagher enjoys the ride

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Quebec City’s Marianna O’Gallagher was the hit of the St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Montreal this year. She travelled in the lead horse-drawn calèche of the six decorated by volunteers of the St. Patrick’s Society of Montreal. The organization picked up two prizes at the parade — the award for the sister societies and best float in the parade.

CBC Radio One’s Go! to return this fall

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Photo: Michèle Thibeau

Brent “Bonhomme” Bambury and his motley crew touched down in Quebec City in mid snowstorm for a week’s worth of adventures leading up to their live show at Morrin Centre on Saturday, March 15.

A crowd of curious fans, some first-time Go! listeners, arrived at 8:30 a.m. for the early-morning spectacle. It was true theatre, live on the radio.

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