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Memorials and Things of Fame

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September 9, 1818 – The Quebec Gazette

Ann Landers dishes out advice, 1960s style

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Just imagine it is Aug. 29, 1968. You pick up your copy of the Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph and scan the headlines. “Bloody Chicago Riots, Police Use Clubs to Subdue 3,000 Demonstrators” [at the Democratic National Convention].

An open letter to the citizens of Quebec City

After many years of visiting Quebec City with my wife and two daughters, and actually purchasing a small condo in this great city, I wanted to write an open letter to her citizens to express my gratitude and appreciation for the culture of Quebec City that has been built with all of the best qualities of what it means to be human and to live together as a society.

The story behind Rue Beethoven

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This street in Beauport is named in honour of the German composer Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827), one of the greatest figures in the history of classical music. 

Under the Rainbow: Quebec City Pride Festival a big success

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Photo: Shirley Nadeau

The Quebec City Pride Festival, also known as the Fête Arc-en-Ciel, was held this weekend, with activities taking place across the city day and night.

Laval’s offence has no mercy for Concordia

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Photo: Jay Ouellet

If Université Laval football head coach Glen Constantin was worried about the offence of his Rouge et Or team, quarterback Hugo Richard quickly swept those worries away. The Rouge et Or crushed the Concordia University Stingers 49-9 on Sept. 1 in front of 9,132 fans at Stade Telus.

Capitales playoffs and Remparts pre-season games

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Photo: capitalesdequebec.com

Baseball fans waiting for playoff competition to come to the Stade Canac will get their wish. The Québec Capitales will host games 3, 4 and 5 of their Can-Am League semifinal series on their home field in Limoilou [Saint-Roch] on Sept. 7, 8 and 9.

Indigenous festival Kwe! returns to downtown Quebec City

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Photo: Natalie Keller
Kwe, Kwe! The second edition of Kwe! was held at the Place de l’Assemblée-Nationale just outside the fortifications of Old Quebec this past weekend. After a successful launch in 2017, the Indigenous cultural festival was extended from three to five days.

Pedal to the metal with Judas Priest and Deep Purple

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The very foundation of the Vidéotron Centre trembled when the British bands Judas Priest and Deep Purple took the stage on Aug. 30. Straight from the early ’70s, the two heavy metal pioneers joined forces and blew the audience away with a spectacular show.

Community Calendar

Sept. 6 to 9 – Festival Celtique de Québec at the Domaine de Maizerets. Waiters’ Race on Rue Saint-Jean on Thursday evening at 6:30 p.m. For details, visit festivalceltique.com.

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