June 17 2009 Edition

Navy man stays active, obtains Masters from Laval (Photo)

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Charles-Andre Nadeau

Haller launches first CD

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The Anglophone Quebec City group, the Aurian Haller Band, will be launched its first CD, a five song extended play effort, last night at Le Salon d'Edgar.

The album is the group's first, since its formation last September.

Saint Lawrence College graduation cites achievements

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Congratulations to the 2009 graduating class at Saint Lawrence College in Ste-Foy. This year's graduation was held on the college campus Tuesday May 26. The photo on the right is this year's graduating business class. Below are 2009 science graduates.

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Sincere congrats to all involved in producing the 245th Anniversary Edition.

Sincere congrats to all involved in producing the 245th Anniversary Edition.Special kudos to Catherine Mills Rouleau, who soared Memorials and Things of Fame to unprecedented heights! All that research gave us a dandy, readable history lesson.

R. Clive Meredith

 

Navy man stays active, obtains Masters from Laval

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Charles-Andre Nadeau will receive his Masters degree in History from Laval University in August.

Just another guy heading out into the world with a fancy piece of paper tucked his arm, right?

Wrong. Nadeau, 63, is a retired Navy man who decided in 2000 that it was time to go back to school.

Valcartier combat engineer, 35, dies in Afghanistan

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A 35-year-old combat engineer has become the second soldier based at Valcartier to die in Afghanistan in less than a week, the victim of a roadside bomb.

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Quebec team heads for the Arctic

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Photo: Denis Sarrazin, Centre for Northern Studies (CEN).

A team of Quebec researchers are taking off to a northern tip of the country to study climate change.

Website to test Quebecers’ knowledge of landmarks

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Photo: Matthew Anderson

A new website will test your knowledge of landmarks in Quebec City for fun and for free.

Every few days, a new photo is posted on www.whereinquebec.com and anyone can try to guess where the photo was taken.

A few hints are offered and everyone's guesses are hidden until the answer is revealed.

Quebec summer events get good news ... and bad news

It was good news and bad news regarding federal funding for two summer events in Quebec.

First the good news:

The Department of Intergovernmental Affairs Minister Josee Verner last week announced funding for the Festival d'humour de Quebec, to aid in the presentation of the Festival Grand Rire de Quebec, which runs through July 5, 2009.

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