February 14 2018 Edition

Phelipe Soldevila and graffiti artists take over Ice Palace

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Photo: Cassandra Kerwin

Graffiti artists took over the Winter Carnival Ice Palace on Saturdays and Sundays for the second consecutive year. From the main entrance to the exit, local muralist and artist Phelipe Soldevila and his group of painters created works of art before the eyes of carnival-goers.

Welcome to my Kitchen

Happy Birthday Château Frontenac!

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Photo: Photo by Joanne Kyvetos

The Château Frontenac, which officially opened on Dec. 20, 1893, is celebrating its 125th birthday this year.

For this article, I thought I would look at the chefs who have worked at the Château over the years. I hope the ones mentioned below will be as much a discovery for you as they were for me.

Walking and driving on solid water … a part of our history

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Photo: Lise Lafond

In Témiscouata-sur-le-Lac, a much-anticipated winter event is the opening of the ice bridge. The ferry Le Corégone, which stopped its regular service across the lake around Oct. 15, is now caught in the ice until spring.

Community Calendar

Feb. 10 to 18 – 59th International Pee-Wee Hockey Tournament at the Centre Vidéotron. More than 2,000 young people from the four corners of the world will gather for this event. For more information, visit tournoipee-wee.qc.ca/en/

CQSB improves energy efficiency in 19 facilities

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Photo: CQSB

Press release from the CQSB ​

Rouge et Or drop fourth straight game, fall to 6-6 on season

The Laval Rouge et Or men’s basketball team lost their fourth consecutive game of the season, falling to the Bishop’s University Gaiters by a score of 80-74 in RSEQ action at the PEPS this past Sunday.

Canadians host Japanese Pee-Wee hockey players

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Photo: Cassandra Kerwin

As most of the world has their eyes on the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang, Quebec City turns its focus toward 59th International Pee-Wee Hockey Tournament at the Centre Vidéotron.

This year, 120 teams from across the globe are competing in five categories: AAA, AA, AA-Elite, International B and Scolaire.

St. Pat’s sweep both games versus bantam Blazers

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Photo: Luc Lang

It was a busy week in high school basketball for both the Quebec High School Blazers and the St. Patrick’s High Fighting Irish – specifically in the boys’ Bantam CC division, where the Blazers faced both St. Pat’s teams this week.

An award-winning Olympic display at Holland School

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Photo: Shirley Nadeau

In honour of the Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang, students at Holland Elementary School set up this display in the school’s main entrance, with Canadian flags, Olympic rings, and “torches” representing the Olympic flame. Go Team Canada!

Steven Cox leaves Finland with an 8th-place finish

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Photo: Mark Roe/Red Bull Content Pool

Ice cross skater Steven Cox, of Quebec City, finished 8th in the Riders Cup Championship in Saariselkä, Finland on Feb. 10, giving the Canadian skater 90 points in the Red Bull Crashed Ice World Championship standings.

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