November 28 2012 Edition

Partnership, community identity, and communication surface as key themes at 2012 Future Forum

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Photo: Bethann G. Merkle

The 2012 Future Forum combined candid input from individual community members with deliberate collaboration among community organizations and institutions.

Pushing for greater accessibility

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Photo: Ruby Pratka

In wheelchair races, Fanny Nonvignon gets around. In town, however, things aren't so easy.

The 25-year-old Université Laval graduate student was born without the use of her legs, and uses a manual wheelchair. She doesn't always get a smooth ride. Even a crack in the pavement can pose a problem.

Canadian première of Everything or Nothing: The Untold Story of 007

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Photo: Shirley Nadeau

Hilary Saltzman, the daughter of Harry Saltzman, the producer of nine of the iconic James Bond movies from Dr. No (1962), to The Man with the Golden Gun (1974), was present at the Canadian première of Everything or Nothing: The Untold Story of 007, a documentary by Stevan Riley on the 50 year-history of the James Bond movies up to the present day.

Memorials and Things of Fame

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The ball in honor of the festival of St. Andrew got up under the auspices of the Highland Volunteer Rifles of this city was in every respect, a decided success.

L’Association des gens d’affaires du Vieux-Québec donates to the Salvation Army

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Photo: Philip Lambert

On Monday, November 19, The Quebec branch of the Salvation Army held its fifteenth annual fundraising supper at the Portofino restaurant on Couillard Street. People from the local business community and benevolent volunteers were invited to attend and 120 guests came to the restaurant with its Italian motif.

François Petit, co-owner, offers the the supper without charge to the Army.

Tables of content in Carter Hall

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Carter Hall was filled with tables of contented diners enjoying a delicious turkey supper prepared by the ladies and gentlemen of the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity last Saturday evening. This annual event is looked forward to by members of not only the Anglican community but also many members of the greater Quebec City community.

Christmas Tea and Sale at St. Andrew’s Kirk Hall

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Photo: Shirley Nadeau

"Would you like homemade cream of broccoli soup or homemade chili?" asked the young lady who took my order. Hmmm . . . difficult decision. I opted for the chili as it seemed to suit the day best.

St. Andrew’s Day celebrations

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Photo: Dennis Rioux

The 78th Fraser Highlanders hosted a St. Andrew's Day celebration at the Café Buade last Saturday evening, complete with bagpipes, drums and, of course, haggis and whisky! A capacity crowd of 63 filled the upper level dining room of the popular Old Quebec City restaurant. The Quebec City Garrison, known as Olde Fort St.

Four Anglican priests ordained at the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity

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Photo: Bruce Myers

Four new Anglican priests were ordained at the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity in Quebec City on November 1. The service on All Saints' Sunday concluded the 83rd ordinary meeting of the Synod of the Diocese of Quebec. From left to right: the Rev. Sarah Priebe, who will serve as incumbent of St. Michael, Sillery; the Rev.

QHS Coffeehouse to showcase musical talent and two East Coast bands

The QHS Coffeehouse will showcase the musical talents of the students at Quebec High School. There will be approximately 19 acts, including student and staff performances and two East Coast bands. SoHo Ghetto, an indie rock band from Halifax will open for award-winning folk singer and songwriter Andy Brown of New Brunswick.

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