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The FORT Program's second Career Coffee Break

Wednesday, December 1st, at 1:30 pm at 1039 Wolfe Avenue


The FORT Program's second Career Coffee Break is happening on Wednesday, December 1st, at 1:30 pm at 1039 Wolfe Avenue. Because finding a job in Quebec can depend on who you know, this month's theme is Networking for Anglophones. We are presenting this workshop in partnership with the Voice of English-speaking Quebec.

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Keller Climbs Kilimanjaro for UNICEF

If you wish to read more about my climb, or if you wish to donate, feel free to visit my blog:


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Yvon Charest, President and CEO of Industrial Alliance, receives the Toastmasters Communication and Leadership award

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Photo: Léonce Boudreau

Mr. Yvon Charest, President and Chief Executive Officer of Industrial Alliance Insurance and Financial Services Inc., received the Toastmasters Communication and Leadership award during the Toastmasters International conference held in Quebec City from November 12 to 14, 2010.

Canada needs judicial reform at the highest level

Dear Editor,

I write this letter as a supplementary commentary on Peter Stuart's commentary response to Stephan Jetschik letter (page 4 of this edition). Mr. Jetchik's letter was published in the November 11 edition of the Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph.

Here’s a novel idea: appoint judges on merit

Premier Charest is suing his former Justice Minister Marc Bellemare for libel over allegations that financial contributions to the Quebec Liberal Party played a role in the appointment of three judges, an allegation that is hotly disputed by the Premier. Retired Supreme Court Justice Michel Basterache will head a public inquiry into the matter and file his report by October 15.

Remembrance Day Video Tribute

Paganini concert by Yehonatan Berick at the Morrin Centre

Yehonatan Berick will be at the Morrin Centre this Friday November 12 at 7.30pm to play all 24 Caprices for solo violin by Paganini.  This will be the first time in Quebec City’s history that all twenty four caprices are presented on the same program!  This concert, which is presented in partnership with the Conservatoire de Musique de Québec, will be preceded by a master class featuring stud

The Messenger was as important as the message


When a messenger carries a message for its intended audience, usually the messenger performs the function of a bearer. The message is carried from a higher authority for delivery. Probably, in the history of mankind there was only one occasion when the messenger was carrying a message where "the messenger was himself the message."

Christmas Hamper Campaign needs YOUR Help!

15th Annual Community Christmas Hamper Campaign Runs November 7 to December 12, 2010

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Photo: Kathleen Poulin

You did it again! Last year, for the fourteenth time in a row, your generosity in helping fund the Community Christmas Hamper Campaign made a big difference in 216 households. Thanks to you, many families enjoyed a full turkey dinner with all the trimmings and lots of other goodies to round out the Christmas week. Unfortunately, there are still many folks out there living under the poverty line.

Ceremonies Honour Veterans on Remembrance Day

As a new contingent of Canadian Forces soldiers departs for service inAfghanistan, parades across Quebec featuring soldiers from the Valcartier Canadian Forces Ba

Death notice - Francis (Frank) Hood

It is with sadness that we announce the passing of Francis (Frank) Hood on October 30th at the age of 72.  He leaves behind his loving wife, Lise Hood (née Coté).  Dear brother to Gary, Lorna (James Dawes), Linda (Claude Collin) and pre-deceased by sister, Trina.  Brother-in-law to Yolande (Alexander Cumming), Yvan (Lise Lapointe), Raymond (Louis Bernier) and Late Pierre Coté (Madeleine Bér

AMI Quebec sponsoring tele-workshops

AMI-Quebec will present two free workshops this month.

Eastern Quebec Learning Center takes new approach at empowering knowledge

Susie Faguy received a baptism of fire of sorts at the the recent two-day Salon Éducation Emploi de Québec at the Expo Cité, where 14,000 attendees were bombarded with options by more than 200 information booths that could open the door to their futures.

Memorials and Things of Fame

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26th Annual Student Leadership Conference

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So Many Books, So Little Time!

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The Quebec City Women's Club held a very successful Book Fair October 30 thanks to Quebec City's bibliophiles.

Anglican Choral Music Workshop Postponed


Crowded Morrin Centre scene of murder mystery

Murder Mystery at the Morrin Centre


Author will Bury Your Dead at Morrin Centre


Shannon seeks Public Works Director


Shannon Water Project

VEQ Holiday Happy hour


QHS Terry Fox effort raises over $7,000


“Our fantastic event,” is how Quebec High School teacher Donna Hicks described the school’s 30th edition of an event held September 30 to honour the late distance runner Terry Fox and raise funds for the foundation bearing his name that promotes cancer research.

Chalmers-Wesley Seeks Restoration Funding

Photo: Shirley Nadeau

New English Toastmasters Club at Université Laval

The Quality Speakers Toastmasters Club

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Photo: Bobby Fielding

What are you doing on Monday nights?

St. Vincent's School needs new Playground Equipment

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The playground equipment at St. Vincent’s School on Avenue Wolfe is, to say the least, woefully inadequate, according Yvette Arsenault, who has taught for 20 years at the school. 

Memorials and Things of Fame November 3, 2010

NOVEMBER 3, 2010

Researched and Compiled By Catherine Mills Rouleau

The Morning Chronicle

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