June 15 2011 Edition

The Fourth Royal to visit Canada

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Photo: Wikipedia: W & D Downey, 1870

The first female member of the Royal Family to visit Canada was Princess Louise Caroline Alberta, also known as Marchioness of Lorne and Duchess of Argyll by marriage. She was the sixth child of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha.

QCT silent contributor, Mr. Jack Odgers Passes Away on his Birthday, May 31, 2011

Jack Odgers was an intelligent, generous, witty gentleman. Many of you will remember his daily visit to St. Brigid’s Home to see his beloved Nora. For years in rain, snow, sleet or hail, he would trudge up the hill from his home in Ste. Foy to hop on the bus for his ride to “The Home”. Jack especially enjoyed entertaining the residents with songs they all remembered.

Memorials and Things of Fame for June 15, 2011

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Champlain St. Lawrence College honours cherished retirees

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Photo: Marie White

On June 10, Champlain St. Lawrence College honoured four fine teachers upon their retirement: Lorne Coughlin in English, Robert Delaney in physical education, Jan Warnke in geography and Normand Bourgeois in sociology. Julie Coulombe, former Assistant Campus Director (Administrative Services), was also honoured.

QHS Graduation: pipes, pomp, and circumstance

 

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Patrick Boucher and Marie-Michele Dallaire are presented with the Nelson Shield Award, by Vice Principal Gina Farnell.  (Photos by Ed Sweeney)

DDO’s Graduates surrounded by family spirit, pride and prophecies

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DDO’s Pierre-Olivier Landry and Sara-Gabriellle Groulx recieve the Quebec Chronicle English Prize presented by Marie White on behalf of the QCT.  (Photo by Danny Neville, DDO)

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