September 5 2018 Edition

Indigenous festival Kwe! returns to downtown Quebec City

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Photo: Natalie Keller
Kwe, Kwe! The second edition of Kwe! was held at the Place de l’Assemblée-Nationale just outside the fortifications of Old Quebec this past weekend. After a successful launch in 2017, the Indigenous cultural festival was extended from three to five days.

Pedal to the metal with Judas Priest and Deep Purple

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The very foundation of the Vidéotron Centre trembled when the British bands Judas Priest and Deep Purple took the stage on Aug. 30. Straight from the early ’70s, the two heavy metal pioneers joined forces and blew the audience away with a spectacular show.

Don’t text and drive!

The Société de l'assurance automobile du Québec (SAAQ) has launched an awareness campaign on the dangers of cellphone use while driving. The campaign aims to show that texting while driving is as dangerous as it is irresponsible.

Community Calendar

Sept. 6 to 9 – Festival Celtique de Québec at the Domaine de Maizerets. Waiters’ Race on Rue Saint-Jean on Thursday evening at 6:30 p.m. For details, visit festivalceltique.com.

Hop aboard A Streetcar Named Desire!

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The Quebec Art Company (QAC) has an exciting and varied trio of productions in the works for the upcoming year.

Boosted by the smash success of Jesus Christ Superstar in the spring, Quebec City’s foremost English-language theatre troupe is again aiming high.

Decoding the Debate: Why is Quebec’s party system so confusing?

If you grew up in the United States, you’re used to going to your polling place on Election Day and choosing red or blue, Republican or Democrat, one or the other.

Valcartier Labour Day BBQ always a hit!

The Labour Day BBQ was initiated by the Valcartier Women’s  Institute about 70 years ago. It was taken over by the fire department at Byron McBain's request about 40 years ago. 
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