November 5 2008 Edition

Memorials and things of fame

The Morning Telegraph


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Family and love in Pinnock’s novel The Last Good Kiss

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Photo: courtesy of Strebor Books

We humans are pretty lucky.
We’re born into a family that keeps us around long past our infancy. Our parents and siblings recognize us as blood a long time beyond our weaning. We are nurtured by them well into our adulthood, and we can return home at any time, knowing we’re not going to be bitten.

Tourism students off again: Calgary

Fifty students from three Quebec City cegeps including tourism students at Champlain St. Lawrence will be travelling to Quebec’s sister city of Calgary to improve their English next summer. The city of Quebec will be putting $50,000 toward the initiative, which is aimed to increase bilingualism in the city.

Tourism students play tourists in Toronto

Sightseeing in Toronto: by foot, boat, bike, and bus

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Photo: Anne-Marie Proulx

Each fall, the Bilingual Tourism Program (a partnership of Cegep Champlain St-Lawrence and Cegep Limoilou) organizes a pedagogical trip to Toronto for its second year students. The goal of this adventure is to immerse the students in a completely English environment and to give them the opportunity to explore a major North American tourist destination.

QHS tries to come to terms with vice-principal’s death

Students, teachers and administrators at Quebec High School are seeking to come to terms with the unexpected death of vice-principal Guy Fournier.

Fournier took his own life Wednesday, October 22. Funeral ceremonies were held this past Saturday at l’église St. Benoit Abbé in Quebec City.

Off the sofa, into Quebec

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Photo: www.3garssulsofa.com

Montreal band 3 Gars su’l Sofa enjoys George Washington, chamber music, and ginger ale. This is pretty much all the band has to say about themselves on their MySpace page. But apart from this important information, what else should a listener know about this rising band?

Best Bets

Québec and her photographers, 1850-1908, the Yves Beauregard collection

QC’s bright artistic future

The second in a two-part series

Now that Quebec City has proved its capacity to organize major artistic events and to build state-of-the-art infrastructures to support art of all kinds, the community is ready to enter the second phase of its cultural boom, which must be characterized by unity among local institutions.

Forgetting the Holocaust?

“Some kids haven’t heard about the Holocaust at all”

Are our youth forgetting the Holocaust?

CBC’s Urban Tales returns to QC

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Photo: Scott French
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