March 10 2010 Edition

The Bellshrine of St. Patrick

Commissioned by Domnall MacLochlainn, High King of Ireland , between A.D. 1091 - 1105



Life of Saint Patrick can be read here


Clog-an-eadbacta Phatraic
A Social History of Ancient Ireland
P.W. Joyce 1903

Richard "Dick" Drake Valiquet

Richard "Dick" Drake Valiquet passed away at Maison Michel Sarrazin on March 8, 2010 at the age of 76. He leaves to mourn his beloved wife Shirley Blackadder, his sons Peter (Lisa Bowen), and John (Wendy Kiley) and his grandson, dear little Connor.

Newsie Notes for March 10, 2010

National Adult Learners’ Week Special Information Session Learn how to have your out-of-province experience and education recognized in Quebec!
Thursday, March 25th at 12h00-14h00 at the Valcartier Family Centre, 1039 avenue Wolfe in Ste Foy.  Free parking! Bring your CV and a lunch. Door prizes!

SLC athlete wins award

Champlain Saint Lawrence College's Veronique Johnson has been named the top student athlete in the Provincial AAA Collegiate Basketball League.

The league held its annual banquet last Saturday during the provincial championships held at Collège Ahuntsic in Montreal. The top athletes from the AAA Collegiate Basketball circuit were honored for their efforts on and off the court.

“Proclamation: The Word of the Lord” 2010

“Once again you must proclaim God’s message...” Revelation 10:11 (TEV)
“Proclamation: The Word of the Lord” is in its sixteenth year in the province of Quebec. The goal of this project is to encourage the reading of the Bible as well as to cultivate an interest for the Word of God.

Ladies and gentleman, meet the new Canada

Ladies and gentleman, meet the new Canada.

No longer the humble also-rans, in two short weeks Canada redefined itself as brash, pushy, boisterous - and not afraid to put everything on the line.

Memorials and Things of Fame

The Morning Chronicle

NYPD Pipe and Drum Corps joins the parade


Kebs make player moves, break losing streak

Friday night's Premier Basketball Leagues game in Quebec City, where the Quebec City Kebs played against the Halifax Rainmen, was just what the doctor ordered.

The Kebs finally ended their losing streak, which stood at nine, with a 100-97 overtime win against the Halifax Rainmen before 1500 fans at the PEPS on the campus of Laval University in Saint-Foy.

The return of the St. Patrick’s Day Parade is exciting

I have been reading with interest the plans for the Quebec City Saint Patrick's Day Parade.

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