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A tribute to the Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

As a student of the English learning centre Ateliers de Conversation Anglaise (ACA), every week our teacher, Mister Ron, used to give us a copy of the Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph newspaper during our class so that we could choose an article of our choice in order to comment on it and give a presentation on it during the next class.

Pills pollute

SAVING THE PLANET ONE WEEK AT A TIME

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Photo: Lise Lafond

Throwing pills and personal-care products down the drain or flushing them down the toilet might seem harmless. Many people think it is better to dispose of them that way instead of in a garbage bin, where a child could find and ingest them, but by doing so you are doing more harm.

SAAQ motorcycle fees make easy riding hard

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I’ll admit my bias: I wouldn’t be caught dead riding a motorcycle. The simple reason is the few times I have been on a motorcycle travelling at high speeds I was sure I was going to end up dead. That was back in the Easy Rider days when time had no meaning and neither did common sense rules-of-the-road safety, at least not on the part of the rider onto whose back I clung for dear life.

The story behind Rue Conrad-Bernier

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Photo: Family genealogy page

This street was named in honour of Conrad Bernier (1904-1988), a famous organist, composer, conductor and teacher.

MEMORIALS AND THINGS OF FAME

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Photo: Wikipedia Commons - Common Domain

June 19, 1869 – The Morning Chronicle

“But what did you eat there?” (Part 1 of 2)

POSTCARDS FROM AFRICA

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Photo: Ruby Pratka

In another life, just after university, years before I became a full-time writer, I taught English as a second language. There was only one topic I could always depend on to get students talking, no matter what their age, gender, skill level, culture or interest level: food.

Zero Waste Festival and Mission 100 Tonnes receive Suzuki Foundation’s Prix Demain le Québec

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Photo: Cassandra Kerwin

Quebecers are walking the environment talk! Two Montreal groups are implementing changes for a better future for nature and humankind, and growing numbers of Quebecers are joining in.

Get ready for fun, games and cake on Canada Day!

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Photo: Shirley Nadeau

Logico, the organizer of the 152nd Canada Day celebrations in Quebec City, has created a jam-packed day of activities for the whole family. Everyone is invited to spend the day on the Plains of Abraham on Monday, July 1.

The Grand Marché is open for business!

Photos by Cassandra Kerwin

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At Les cochons tout ronds, delicious samples drew curious customers.

 

The court jester is back in the Old City

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Photo: Shirley Nadeau

This playful bronze statue of a court jester or fou du roi, officially known as Le Grand Bienvenue, has found a new home in Old Quebec.