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Citadel Foundation honours past and builds for future through online portal

For some people, Citadel Foundation is a little-known English-speaking community organization. After decades of working in the background, the private, charitable organization has created a website to share its history and build its future.

Quebec gives grants to polluting farms

Quebec continues to subsidize its farmers even if they break pollution rules, a Quebec Auditor General’s report for 2007 reveals.

First soldiers arrive home – greeted at Base Valcartier

Tuesday night saw the return of some 40 soldiers to Base Valcartier, and another 60 headed for Montreal, Trenton, Ontario, and destinations farther west, after some six months of duty in Afghanistan. They left last June. 

How we’re celebrating the 400th anniversary

To celebrate Quebec City’s 400th anniversary, our family is organizing a happy family gathering.
 
My sister, Patricia, married a French citizen from PAU while she was working as a nurse in Los Angeles.
 
Her husband, Robert, was studying Commercial Bakery in L.A.

Canadian Rangers travel to share in celebrating 400 years of history

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Photo: Jay Ouellet

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With cheery faces, the Canadian Rangers motored their way from CFB Valcartier to Quebec City Hall for an official greeting.

Some 40 Rangers from 23 Northern communities, members of the 2nd Patrol Group, made a trek to Quebec City by snowmobile in support of its 400th anniversary.

Who will be beheaded in Valcartier?

Saint-Gabriel-de-Valcartier Municipal Library

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?

Echo[e]s will speak to the English-speaking communities of past and present

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Gisèle Bouchard is collecting photos and video that depict life as an English-speaker in Quebec City over the past century. This is the final step in her information gathering for Echo[e]s, the Literary and Historical Society of Quebec’s oral history project.

Echo[e]s is part of the LHSQ’s 400th anniversary program, Voices from the Crossroads.

Memorials and Things of Fame


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Carless in the suburbs

Who says that no one walks to the corner store for milk anymore? Just because you live in the suburbs doesn’t mean you’re stuck behind the wheel of a car.

A recent Canadian study said that folks who live outside of the city centre rely on their cars more. Perhaps this is the case for some people. But there are exceptions.

Historian looking for English-speaking women

Editor's Update: Thanks for the response! This project is no longer in need of responses.   

 

Do you know any Quebec City women who should be celebrated?

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