January 23 2008 Edition

DOUGLAS, Marvin (1922-2008)

 

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CARON LEMIRE, Denise 1948-2008

 

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CARBRAY, Thérèsa

Urbanopolis questions impact of cities

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Photo: Idra Labrie

We here at The Beat feel that it is our duty to keep you updated with the latest activities of Quebec City’s 400th birthday celebrations. Going forward with this week’s edition and every other week, we will make it a priority to keep you posted on some of the events you might want to attend, visit or participate in.

When you’re wearing your favourite sweater ...

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When you get ready to go to school or the museum or somewhere nice, what is your favourite thing to wear?

What is the first thing you grab from your dresser, the thing that makes you most comfortable? Is it your best t-shirt or maybe something your Grandma gave you? Do you have a lucky pair of underwear or a pair of fancy shoes that make you feel really, really special?

“Bright, Amazing Projects” at QHS Science Fair

IMG_8873_1_.jpgStudents learned about everything from dopamine and moisturizers to global warming and weather forecasting at the 2008 Quebec High School Science Fair.

Memorials and Things of Fame


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The Morning Chronicle
Monday, January 21, Letter of Acknowledgement from The Morning Chronicle.

Maclean’s reader surprised by White’s association with QCT

The following letter is in response to an article that appeared in the January 28, 2008, edition of Maclean’s magazine. It was addressed to the magazine and to Peter White.

QCT changes are disappointing

The Publisher’s Note on Page 4 of the most recent edition of the Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph (Wednesday, January 16, 2008), acknowledged that changes have been occurring in the newspaper over the last few months under your ownership.

It confirmed what readers, including myself, have noticed: fewer and fewer articles and more and more advertising.

Central Québec receives MELS funds to renovate its schools

The Central Québec School Board has received $1,086,000 from the provincial Ministry of Education, Recreation and Sport (MELS) to proceed with maintaining its buildings. School boards across the province got a piece of the $30 billion pie, part of the government’s five-year infrastructure plan.

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