November 19 2008 Edition

Penny set to thrill with fourth whodunit in four years

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Photo: courtesy of McArthur & Company

Seminal book on QC nationalism gets first French translation [with video]

OSQ violinist takes two Arts and Culture Awards

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Photo: courtesy of the OSQ

Darren Lowe’s 20-year music career was recognized with two trophies at the 22nd annual Arts and Culture Awards at City Hall yesterday. Two independent juries, the Fondation OSQ and the Institut Canadien de Québec, each honoured Lowe with an award.

Big tobacco invests big money in small Quebec City company

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Photo: courtesy of Medicago

The board of directors at a small biopharmaceuti-cal company in Quebec City recently approved an investment of nearly $16 million from Phillip Morris International. The company, Medicago Inc., will use the investment from the inter-national tobacco company to pursue its development of a vaccine for the Avian flu.

Rouge et Or Vanier Cup bound

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Photo by: Jay Ouellet The Université Laval football team celebrate their Uteck Cup win over the University of Calgary Dinos 59-10. The win qualifies the Rouge et Or for entrance into the Vanier Cup national finals in Hamilton on November 22.

Quebecers focus on health care in unwanted election

The [political parties] are always complaining about the other parties this election. There’s nothing positive coming from politicians

With all of the provincial party platforms for the National Capital region released last week, Quebecers are begrudgingly accepting that there is a provincial election underway.

Quebec City's Super Furniture Truckload Sale presented by Kinetic, Fri, Sat and Sun 10am-6pm

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Public Notice

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