October 5 2016 Edition

HMCS Ville de Québec visits our port city

Photo: Catherine Musgrove

As part of a St. Lawrence Seaway and Great Lakes deployment, HMCS Ville de Québec sailed into our city for a quick visit from September 22 to 24. It was the last stop in a two-week tour of Canadian port cities including Toronto, Brockville, Montreal and Quebec City.

Irresistible crafts at Domaine Cataraqui


The gathering of local artisans at Domaine Cataraqui redefined “handmade” at the annual Etsy Fait au Québec craft fair, which took place on the weekend of September 23-25.

Stephen Joseph PROSENYAK

Eldest son of Martin and Julia Prosenyak, born in Hungary on August 20, 1926, passed away peacefully surrounded by the love of his family at Ian Anderson House, Oakville on Thursday, September 29, 2016, at the age of 90 years. 

Welcome to Canada!

Photo: Catherine Musgrove

My family is a military family. We live and wear our national pride every day. We have travelled this vast country and are in awe of her beauty. Remembrance Day and Canada Day are moments we cherish in our family. They are our opportunity to manifest the pride we take in our country. And we do.

A Canadian war bride shares her story

Photo: Veronica Saretsky

In the wake of World War II, nearly 50,000 British and European women came to Canada after marrying Canadian servicemen. Most made the journey across the Atlantic on ships like the Queen Mary, a luxurious pre-war cruiseliner that served to carry Allied troops during wartime and to ferry their wives and children overseas post-war. 

Aldo and Batisse keep watchful eyes over Vieux Québec

Photo: Catherine Musgrove

Residents and visitors to Old Quebec were treated to a rare opportunity on Sunday when Batisse, the mascot of the Royal 22e Régiment, visited Aldo, the donkey who lives in the Bishop’s backyard near the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity.

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