Return of the NHL in Quebec City

Last Monday, I went to the Colisee Pepsi to take in a game from the IIHF World Championships, between Belarus and Denmark. The game was very boring, except for the last 10 minutes of the third period, when Belarus tied the game, then took the lead, only to see it disappear with under a minute to go in the game. They would go on to lose 3-2 in overtime.

Reflection on The Strangest Secret

As I have said before, I will post something on how I react to Earl Nightingale’s speech about the secret to success.

Ads-Free City?

Next December, a new bylaw is planned to dictate that all billboards should be eliminated in the capital, in order to clean up the landscape and limit the amount of advertising we are bombarded with on a daily basis.

Who am I?

An English professor, writer and translator.

Music Suggestion

As you will soon discover, I am a huge music lover and my taste range from jazz to heavy metal. On that note, I thought it would be a good idea to suggest artists to our readers that deserve to be heard, whether they are known or unknown.


Baseball Season Upon Us

The Braves, Metros, Carnavals, Capitales…

Quebec City’s love affair with baseball dates back to the beginning of the 20th Century and although there have been ups and downs, nobody can deny the passion shown by fans to their teams over the years.

Confessions of an Intern - Week 2 (1)

My last week here has begun. It’s sort of disappointing to have to leave so quickly, but I guess things must go as they are!

Relating News to my Generation

On Wednesday May 7, 2008, I spoke with Mr. Little about different ways my generation takes to communicate and get their information. I knew part of the answer. He helped my find the rest with some interesting questions.

Confessions of an Intern - Week 1 (2)

Well, it was an incredible adaptation week! My week is coming to an end, and here is the account of my three last days of my first week.

Day Three


Quebec City Travel Newsletter May 8th

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