Announcements

April 6 is Tartan Day

Just a note to congratulate you on last week's edition of the Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph. The fine coverage of the St. Patrick's Parade of March 20th was appreciated by many readers and viewers.

Rendez-vous Naval 2010 being held June 3rd to 6th

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Photo: Lt(N) Renaud Carpentier

A wine and cheese Party was held recently in the entrance hall of the Musée de la civilisation for the benefit of the second edition of the Rendez-vous naval de Québec scheduled to take place from June 3 to June 6.

New National Grand Chief visits Quebec City

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Photo: Marie White

On his first official tour of the province, Assembly of First Nations Grand Chief Shawn Atleo visited Wendake and met the Huron-Wendat counsel. He also held a press conference November 18 at the Hilton to express his concerns and preoccupations for the country's first nations.

Saving the Huron-Wendat Language

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Photo: Marie White

"Language is an integral part of culture; it is the essence of culture," says Linda Siouï, a member of a Linguistic Committee and Yawenda's organizer, a project set to revive the Huron-Wendat language, now defunct in preference for French, in Wendake. She has worked for many years on the cause, speaking out in her 1992 article Is there a future for the Huron Language?

DDO teacher picks a Green Apple at Metro

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Photo: Emily Lagloire

Doug Hincks wanted to do something to help the environment. That brought him to the Metro supermarket in the Canex Mall in Valcartier, where he found a Green Apple.

Remembrance Day Event Schedule

About 250 military personnel from 5 Canadian Mechanized Brigade Group and from various naval and land reserve units within Quebec City region will take part in the annual Remembrance Day Parade on November 11 in Quebec City.

[Photo] Andrew Caddell to speak at Holy Trinity this Sunday

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Garnet Wolsley LeMesurier, volunteered for the Canadian Army in 1914.  Photo: courtesy Andrew Caddell

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A taste of Greece in Quebec at “La Taverna”

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Photo: Cristina Artenie

When tourists come to Quebec City, they discover not only its history of the place but also its restaurants. As its residents, we enjoy having so many places to go to.

A few weeks ago, on October 15, a new restaurant opened on Rue Scott, off of St-Jean. It is called "La Taverna" This is a Greek restaurant, with authentic Greek food.

Invitation to participate in the Morrin Holiday Bake Sale Committee

We invite you to participate in the Morrin Holiday Bake Sale Committee. We need your help in terms of logistics, solliciting contributions, preparing the sale and contributing items to the sale. We are looking for home-baked goods, jams, toys, Holiday Season items, gift items, etc. The Morrin Holiday Bake Sale will take place on Saturday, December 5th.

Lebeaume easily re-elected to first full term

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Photo: Robert Greffard, Ville de Québec

By Ken Schankler
A challenge from a popular former radio shock jock was not enough to prevent a landslide victory for Regis Labeaume that Sunday handed the popular mayor his first full term as the city's chief executive.

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