Editor's Pick

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.

Being a Relevant Newspaper

I have recently renewed my subscription to the QCT and am wondering if my motivation in doing so was only to support a community organization because I do globally question what I obtain from the paper.

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!

Mar 26 DDO homework program2.jpg

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
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