Arts & Entertainment

Dahlgren leaves Quebec art outfi t for Saskatchewan

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Photo: Kyle Chapman

QCT WINS 1st Place for Best Web Site at the 2009 Annual QCNA Newspaper Awards held in Montreal

Also, 1st Place for Best Newspaper Promotion.

badge.jpgThe Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph has won 1st place for Best Web Site at this years 2009 Quebec Community Newspaper Awards held this year in Montreal on May 22, 2009. The Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph began a web site revitalization project in November 2007 at the direction of the new publisher, Mr. Pierre Little.

Feeding the Birds... Journals in Afghanistan

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Photo by: CPL. KYLE GIFFIN, A Black Crowned Finch Lark approaching a bird feeder in the Canadian compound at Camp Mirage in a friendly Middle-Eastern Nation. Despite the presence of cats on the camp to hunt snake-drawing mice, the birds are not deterred.

Where in Quebec...

A fun new site has been launched that poses the question 'How well do you know Quebec City?'

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The ninth annual Révélations art exhibit at the Jeffery Hale Hospital

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Photo: Courtesy of Saint Brigid’s - Jeffery Hale Hospital

The ninth annual Révélations art exhibit at the Jeffery Hale Hospital and Pavillion drew 500 people through it's doors from Sunday to Tuesday. The event exhibits and sells the paintings, photographs and crafts of clients of The Jeffery Hale Friends' Foundation, as well as those of patients, residents and employees and their family members at St.Brigid's-Jeffery Hale Hospital.

A Sweet Ending for the Chocolate Cream Soldier

QAC Spring production wraps up

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Photo: Janick Laberge

Mutineries tranquilles (Quiet mutinies)

Art in Quebec in the 1950's

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Photo: Villa Bagatelle

Good things come in small packages they say.   Well, it's certainly true if we consider the small yet wonderful art exhibition in the intimate space of the Villa Bagatelle in Sillery.

Shaw Show Ready for Action

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Photo: Noah Johnson

Lines have been learned, dialogue developed and emotions evoked in preparation for this week’s theatrical production of George Bernard Shaw’s classic play “Arms and the Man”.  Presented by the Quebec Art Company, the play has just finishe

Arms and the Man – not just a play of sweets and sweethearts

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Photo: Ladd Johnson

Spring Production Brings New Faces to the QAC stage

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Photo: Ladd Johnson

by Ladd Johnson 

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