June 29 2016 Edition

News Digest June 29 2016

 

 

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Issue June 29, 2016

 

Quebec High School Graduates embrace the “Q-Force”

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Photo: Maarten Buyck

It was a packed house at Quebec High School (QHS) for last week’s graduation ceremony, where 83 mortarboards were jubilantly tossed in the air in front of friends and family. The night was also an occasion for the school to present over forty awards and bursaries to the class of 2016. 

Iron Bars and Bookshelves launched at the Morrin Centre

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Photo: Shirley Nadeau

Have you ever walked the halls of the historic Morrin Centre and felt an unexplained presence? Have you ever thought to yourself: If only these walls could talk?

The QCT wishes Shirley Nadeau a happy retirement

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Photo: Lise Lafond

Shakey Graves shook Le Cercle

Memorials and Things of Fame

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The Morning Chronicle

The story behind Avenue Moncton

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Photo: Bill Cox

Happy Canada Day! - O Canada!

This article refers to the last item in this week's Memorials and Things of Fame about the writing of new words to Canada's National anthem.

A.S. Johnson graduates on the verge of the rest of their lives

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Photo: Shirley Anto

Graduation was celebrated at Andrew Stuart Johnson Memorial High School in Thetford Mines on Saturday, June 25. Students entered the school gymnasium accompanied by the song “The Verge” by Owl City – “These are our hours, out on the verge of the rest of our lives.”

St. Patrick’s High School Class of 2016

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Photo: Cassandra Kerwin

On June 22, St. Patrick’s High School graduates stood proudly on the steps in front of the Palais Montcalm for their Class of 2016 photo. On this celebratory evening, 83 students walked onto the stage of the concert hall to receive their hard-earned high school diplomas before proud parents, teachers and friends.  

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