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St. Lawrence student receives Loran scholarship

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Photo: CEGEP Champlain-St. Lawrence

CEGEP Champlain–St. Lawrence is very proud to announce that Maryna Rusakova, a student in the science program, has been selected as a 2020 Loran Scholar.

Season ends for men’s hockey, women’s volleyball at St. Lawrence

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Photo: Champlain-St. Lawrence Lions via Facebook

The 2019-20 regular season is now in the books for two of the CEGEP Champlain–St. Lawrence sports teams.

The men’s hockey team and the women’s volleyball team ended their regular season in the Réseau du Sport Étudiant du Québec (RSEQ) last weekend.

Czechs, Austrians, Océanic, Diabolos and Alliés win Pee-Wee titles

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Photo: Luc Lang

The curtain has fallen on the 61st edition of the Quebec International Pee-Wee Hockey Tournament, which wrapped up on Feb. 23. Even though it’s always sad to see an event end, organizers were all smiles on the 12th and last day of competition.

Teams from 20 countries in five different divisions took part in this year’s tournament.

Pee-Wee Tournament in Photos

Photos by Luc Lang

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The Québec Nordiques almost made it to the AA-Elite final. They were represented by the Corsaires from École Pointe-Lévy, in Lévis. 

St. Patrick’s U17 hockey team wins Florida tournament

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Photo: St. Patrick’s High Hockey Facebook Page

The St. Patrick’s High School Under 17 (U17) Majors hockey team won the Tampa Presidential Power-Play tournament in Tampa, Fla., with a 3-2 shootout victory against the Clearwater Ice Storm U16.

Rouge et Or to meet Carabins in two regional volleyball finals

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Photo: Mathieu Tanguay, Université Laval

Both Université Laval Rouge et Or volleyball teams qualified for the RSEQ conference finals last weekend at home at the Amphithéâtre Desjardins.

Quebec City’s 66th Winter Carnival a picture-perfect event

Photos by Cassandra Kerwin

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Everyone was invited to visit Bonhomme Carnaval at home in his Ice Palace.

 

Another landmark church bites the dust

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Photo: Jonathan Letellier-Black

With its steeple now removed, demolition work proceeded in earnest last week on Église Saint-François-d’Assise, on 1re Ave. in Limoilou.

The church has not been used by the congregation since 2012. It is expected it will take about two weeks to level the stone structure, a landmark in the neighbourhood since it opened in 1927.

An “orphan” diagnoses Quebec’s public health system

We are orphan patients and we are legion. “Orphan” is the quaint if somewhat insensitive term for people in Quebec who do not have a family doctor. By family doctor, we don’t mean the Norman Rockwell version who, medical bag in hand, actually makes “house calls” – now that’s quaint.

The story behind Rue Gaëtane-De Montreuil

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Photo: Wikipedia Commons - Common Domain

This street is named in honour of Gaëtane De Montreuil, which was the pen name of Quebec author Géorgina Bélanger (1867-1951). She has been described as being one of the leading early Canadian women journalists. She was born in Quebec City and graduated from the École Normale in 1885.