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Community loses pillar - Pam (Holt) DUNN

Long-time Quebec City resident and philanthropist Jane “Pam” Holt Dunn passed away suddenly on June 24 at the age of 83 in Montreal.

“Everyone was so important to her, she had time for everyone and she was especially wonderful for kids,” her niece, Susan Armstrong said, adding, “We expected her to be around forever.”

Farewell to MICHÈLE THIBEAU

A mentor

by Marie White

Bucking broncos and bulldoggers ride into town

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Photo: Jay Ouellet

In the shadow of Quebec City’s anniversary celebrations, the sleepy town of Ste. Catherine de la Jacques Cartier was having its own fun. Bulldogging, roping, and bareback riding were the orders of the day at the town’s fifth annual rodeo.

Something for everyone

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Photo: courtesy http://linkinpark.com/gallery

Quebec city is now in full swing, 400th style! Summer is here, the sun has reared its head, it’s warm, the people are beautiful and music is being heard everywhere!

Organ Concerts at Chalmers Wesley

Sundays at Six / dimanches à dix-huit heurs

Michele’s Last Press Conference

As you all know by now, Michèle Thibeau is leaving the Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph to seek out a new adventure.

She has been working for the QCT for almost 10 years now and she will be sadly missed by all of us here.

LG honours Riverside student

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Photo: courtesy of CQSB

Voxtours launched

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Photo: courtesy of the Morrin Centre

Wander through the streets of Quebec City to learn or re-learn the city’s Anglo heritage through its buildings, institutions, and hidden secrets with the Voxtours walking tours. The Morrin Centre in collaboration with the Société du 400e anniversaire de Québec, Fisheries and Oceans Canada and Canadian Heritage launched a series of four walking tours last Friday at the Morrin Centre.

QHS student wins essay contest

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Photo: courtesy of QHS

Elliott Hauver, a Secondary IV student at Quebec High School is making history. He has participated in a writing contest, sponsored by the Quebec City authorities, and his text will be placed in a time capsule.

The Image Mill showered in praise and rain

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Photo: courtesy of the 400th comitee

They came in the rain. They came in the howling wind. Hundreds of people are turning out nightly to attend Robert Lepage’s Image Mill despite Mother Nature’s refusal to cooperate. The rain has been the only hitch in Lepage’s light-and-sound homage to Quebec City’s history, which has been receiving rave reviews.

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