March 27 2013 Edition

News Digest for March 27, 2013

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CQSB blindsided at Bill 14 hearing

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Photo: Photo by Gib McInnis

10th CQSB Performing Arts Festival

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Photo: Photo by Juanita Craig

The Salle Jean-Paul-Tardif was really rocking last Friday evening as students participating in the Central Québec School Board's 10th annual Performing Arts Festival (PAF) took over the auditorium.

St. Patrick High School crest in stained glass

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Before the start of the Défilé de la Saint-Patrick on March 23, St. Patrick's High School Principal, André Gosselin, was presented with a beautiful reproduction of the school's crest created in stained glass by 1962 graduate, Tommy Griffin.

Memorials and Things of Fame

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The Morning Chronicle

Maguire chalice at St. Patrick’s Church

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Photo: Photo by Shirley Nadeau

During the St. Patrick's Day mass, Father Allan Savage spoke about the 380-year-old Maguire chalice, which was on display at the front of the church during the service.

Lions take semifinal playoff series opener over Sorel Rivals

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It's like Groundhog Day for members of the CEGEP St. Lawrence Lions hockey team. The three-time defending Provincial champions are making another run for their fourth consecutive title. After defeating Alma in two straight quarter-final games, the Lions began their best-of-three series on Sunday at their home arena in Ancienne Lorette against the Sorel-Tracy Rebels.

VEQ offers newcomers “A Taste of Quebec”

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Photo: Photo by Gib McInnis

Tuning in to the OSQ's 2013-2014 season

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Photo: Photo by Stéphane Bourgeois

The 2013-2014 season of the Orchestre Symphonique de Québec (OSQ) was unveiled on March 19, at the Grand Théâtre with special performances by members of the orchestra and choir.

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