September 18 2013 Edition

How fast is a pro cyclist, anyway?

Photo: Bethann G. Merkle

A look at the Palais Montcalm’s new concert organ

Photo: Shirley Nadeau

The week before the inauguration of the grand concert organ at the Palais Montcalm, Jacquelin Rochette, artistic director of Casavant Frères, gave this writer a guided tour of the magnificent new instrument.

Anglican Bishop speaks out about Via Rail link to Gaspé

Via Rail's decision to suspend passenger service along the Gaspé Peninsula effective September 17, 2013, could do irreparable harm to the people and communities of the region, says the Anglican Bishop of Quebec, the Right Reverend Dennis Drainville.

"I have lived in the Gaspé region for nearly 20 years," Bishop Drainville says.

Memorials and Things of Fame

The Morning Chronicle
At a late hour on Friday night, a hurricane set in, accompanied by rain, which lasted until about daybreak on Saturday morning.

Digging up the past

Photo: Photo by Joe Lonergan

Joe Lonergan, President, Irish Heritage Quebec

Keep the light turning at the Metis Lighthouse


Clear but cool weather greeted local residents this past Labour Day at an open house at the Metis Lighthouse located on Pointe-Mitis in the Lower St. Lawrence community of Métis-sur-Mer.

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