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Quebec City proud of Simons’ project

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Quebec City councillor Raymond Dion praised “the quality and the pride of the Simons family - it’s a trademark.” He congratulated the family on their “environmental efforts.”

Chalmers-Wesley United Church needs new minister

The Chalmers-Wesley United Church congregation is about to begin searching for a new minister.

Reverend George MacDonald, who had been out on extended sick leave, recently asked for his name to be placed on the United Church’s discontinued service list in January.

Sounds like Canada from the Château Frontenac Café Live broadcast open to public

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CBC Radio One host Shelagh Rogers and company are enjoying winter in Quebec City this week as they prepare for a special Sounds Like Canada broadcast at the Château Frontenac’s Café de la Terrasse on Friday morning.

No stranger to the city, Rogers admitted that this is her first foray in February.

Who will be beheaded in Valcartier?

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There will be strange happenings in the village of Saint-Gabriel-de-Valcartier. On February 10, shortly before 2 p.m. a crowd will gather to decide the fate of one of its own. Will it be municipal councillor Thomas Lavallee, school principal André Desgagné, or teacher Cedric Ferland?

Dennis P. Drainville Ordination

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Photo by: James Sweeny

Donnelly steps down from VEQ Klassen takes on job

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Photo: Patrick Tomlinson

Voice of English-speaking Québec (VEQ) president Bob Donnelly has resigned. Donnelly has been wearing two rather large hats since being elected president of the Quebec Community Groups Network last June. He will remain a member of the executive.

The long, hard road to publishing

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WestJest to operate out of Quebec City as of May

WestJet Airlines is making Quebec City more accessible to western Canadians. The Calgary-based company announced this week that it would be adding Quebec’s capital to its roster of destinations. As of May 18, the airline’s schedule will be augmented with a daily flight from Edmonton to Quebec City (with a stopover in Toronto).

Week of Prayer for Christian Unity

The Week of Prayer for Christian Unity runs from January 20 to 27, and will be celebrated at various locations throughout the city. Most of the activities are in French, with the exception of the hymn sing at Saint Brigid’s Home. The week is organized by the Interdenominational Council of Greater Quebec.

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