February 3 2016 Edition

Amélie Godin crowned Queen of the 62nd Quebec City Winter Carnival

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Photo: Shirley Nadeau

St. Patrick’s Parish welcomes Father Réjean Lussier

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Photo: Cassandra Kerwin

On Sunday, January 17, St. Patrick’s Parish of Quebec welcomed Father Réjean Lussier as its new pastor. For the occasion, Archbishop Gérard Lacroix presided over Mass and formally installed Lussier in his new role. 

Auction action at the Jeffery Hale Fundraiser

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Photo: Amy Bilodeau

The action was lively at the auction and lunch held at the Jeffery Hale Pavilion last Friday. The purpose of the event, coordinated by Jeffery Hale Community Partners, Jeffery Hale Community Services, and open to JH Pavilion friends, was to raise funds to help the Community Christmas Hamper Campaign get out of the red, which they did to the amount of $845. 

Memorials and Things of Fame

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Photo: Shirley Nadeau

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The story behind Rue Lucille-Teasdale

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Photo: Bill Cox

Quebec winter delights West Coasters

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Photo: Shirley Nadeau

Over the past four years, my husband and I have experienced winter in Quebec City. Our principal residence is Victoria, British Columbia, so people often ask, “Are you crazy? Why come here at the worst time of the year?” Our response: we enjoy this city because it really knows how to “do winter.”

Kevin O’Farrell presents The Rock Baron of St. Macinaw

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Photo: Cassandra Kerwin

Immigration and isolation explored in Early Winter

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Photo: Catherine Musgrove

In most small towns across our country, winter is a time of solitude and hibernation, when we regroup and often hide from nature’s elements. In that retreat we are left with a sense of reclusiveness that often affects our emotional health. 

Chiselling the night away

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Photo: Danielle Burns

Volunteers get the royal treatment at Morrin Abbey

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Photo: Elizabeth Perreault

On January 27 the Morrin Centre treated their many volunteers to an evening of dinner and fun and games, topped off with door prizes. 

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