July 26 2017 Edition

Youth set sail for adventure

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Photo: Radio-Canada/Instagram

The contrast was striking.
During the parade of sailors through the streets of the old city on Thursday, there were the official military types in their gleaming, crisp white uniforms; and then there were the Sail Training International (STI) sailors dressed in a crazy array of costumes, singing boisterous shanties of their home ships.

Formal or casual, they all have lived life on the sea.

Québec Capitales in first place at the All-Star break

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Photo: Courtesy of Capitales de Québe

Veteran pitcher Karl Gélinas pitched eight strong innings, allowing only three hits, but that wasn’t enough. The Sussex County Miners made the most of their scoring opportunities as they upset the Québec Capitales 3-1, last Sunday afternoon, in front of 3,132 fans.

2017 football season just around the corner

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Photo: Luc Lang

It’s the end of July, and yes, it is that time of year when football fans start looking at their favorite team’s football season.

Roger Van den Hende Botanical Garden

Photo: Bill Cox
Roger Van den Hende is not the name of a Quebec City street but that of a botanical garden created in 1966 by the former professor of ornamental horticulture at Université Laval’s faculty of Agricultural Sciences and Food. The Roger Van den Hende botanical garden covers 12 acres with some 2,000 plant specimens.

[PHOTO] RDV2017: Tall Ships Regatta a towering success


The USCGC Eagle proudly waves her flag as the sun slowly sets on her last day in Quebec City. Photo Shirley Nadeau


[PHOTO] RDV2017: Tall Ships Regatta a towering success


The Europa is a sail training vessel from The Hague, Netherlands. Photo Luc Lang


[PHOTO] RDV2017: Tall Ships Regatta a towering success


The crew of the Esmeralda lined the masts and sang the Chilean national anthem as the ship arrived in port. Photo Luc Lang


Tall ships sail on to their next great adventure

Photo: Shirley Nadeau
The quays and jetties along the shores of Quebec City and Lévis were crowded with people who had come to say farewell and get one last glimpse of the 38 tall ships that were in port last week.

Louis Riel rises again on Grand Théâtre stage

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Photo: Shirley Nadeau

Louis Riel is arguably the most famous Canadian opera. The English and French libretto by Mavor Moore and Jacques Languirand, set to music by composer Harry Sommers, concerns the controversial Métis leader Louis Riel, who was executed in Manitoba in 1885.

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