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Quebec, September 18th, 2024

Using MS word to re-engineer a Scottish cousin's pro-independence op-ed piece; A whimsical look at Quebec politics, ten years hence

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Photo: A. Cooper

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New conservation plan for Sillery heritage site

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Photo: Louise Leblanc

On July 12, the Minister of Culture and Communications, Maka Kotto, presented a revised plan for the conservation of the Sillery heritage site, as well as a series of other measures intended to ensure the conservation of this area, which is protected under the Quebec Cultural Heritage Act.

A big condo in a small neighbourhood

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Photo: Shirley Nadeau

A group of 13 Sillery residents were so concerned about the construction of a four-unit condominium building on rue Louis-Hippolyte-Lafontaine that they took the Ville de Québec and the builder to court. The residents consider the large, modern building to be totally out of character with the architectural and historical aspects of their neighbourhood in Sillery.

Conservation plan for hist ic district of Sillery

The Quebec ministry of culture has released its plan for the preservation of Sillery as a heritage site. The Cultural Heritage Act provides that such plans be drawn up for all designated heritage sites in order to protect and enhance Quebec’s cultural heritage.

Julien Labrosse named Chief Page for the Senate

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Photo: submitted by Julien Labrosse

Quebec City’s Julien Labrosse was named the Chief Page in Canada’s Senate Page Program from among fifteen full-time university students who represent their provinces or territories. The Office of the Black Rod confirmed that he is the first Chief Page ever to identify French as his mother tongue and the first page from the province of Quebec since the current program began in the 1990s.

Anglican Church stands with First Nations

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Photo: Shirley Nadeau

Dr. Yves Bolduc visits CEGEP Champlain-St. Lawrence

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The Minister of Health and Social Services of Quebec and the member of the National Assembly of Quebec for the Quebec City riding of Jean-Talon before the September 4 elections, Dr. Yves Bolduc, visited CEGEP Champlain-St. Lawrence on August 27.

Party leaders not interested in issues of English-speaking community

Memorial Service for Jack Layton to be held at Chalmers-Wesley United Church

Most of us know that Jack Layton was a Quebec resident from Hudson, but perhaps many of us don’t know that he was also a lifelong member of the United Church of Canada. The Session of Chalmers-Wesley United Church was approached by members of the local New Democratic Party who requested the opportunity to hold a memorial service reflecting Mr. Layton’s own religious background.

NDP invites Canadians to mark first annviversary of Jack Layton’s death

(Press release) On Wednesday, August 22, Canadians from coast to coast will mark the first anniversary of the passing of Jack Layton after his combat with cancer.

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