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Baseball still rooted in Quebec City

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Photo: QCT archives

In the summer of 2007, a front office worker asked Miles Wolff after all his years in baseball as a team-builder, commissioner or even as Baseball America's owner and publisher, if he still had that same passion for baseball compared to when he first started in this business.

Laval one win away from championship game

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Photo: Jay Ouellet

The top-ranked Laval Rouge et Or are one win away from playing host to the Vanier Cup championship after easily beating the University of Montreal Carabins Saturday.

The locals scored on their first three possessions and never looked back en route to a 31-7 win and a seventh straight Dunsmore Cup title, in front of 13,852 fans.

The Olympic Flame to arrive in Quebec City December 2

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Photo: Photo by © VANOC/COVAN

The Olympic flame will bring its historic presence to Quebec City December 2.

Ernie Ross, 86

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Ernie Ross, 86,

of Shediac, N.B. passed away peacefully in his sleep November 8, 2009 at Canterbury Hall, Riverview, N.B. Predeceased by his loving wife Barbara (née Taylor) of 43 years, and youngest daughter Barbie.

Memorials and Things of Fame

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We have been requested to intimate that gun practice will be carried on from the Citadel at one o'clock this afternoon. The inhabitants of the neighbourhood should leave their windows open to prevent their being broken by the concussion.

Former Quebec City resident carries Olympic flame

Karen Wallace will spend five hours on the road, through what could be chancy winter weather for a momentary brush with history, but she will remember December 1 for the rest of her life.

‘'It's a long drive for such a short run,'' said Wallace, 38, a 1988 graduate of St. Patrick's High School who now lives in Ottawa with her boyfriend. ‘'But it's a once in a lifetime thing.

Quebec City remembers her fallen soldiers

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Photo: Evelyne Lemire, CFB Valcartier Garrison

The eleventh day of the eleventh month at the eleventh hour. Valcartier stopped to remember. As did millions of Canadians for whom Afghanistan has become a household word.

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Booming P.W. Sims Business program stages public event at CEGEP St. Lawrence today

Newly re-elected Mayor Regis Labeaume will be among those addressing the PW Sims Business Program today at Champlain St. Lawrence College. The program begins at 4 p.m.

Lebeaume easily re-elected to first full term

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Photo: Robert Greffard, Ville de Québec

By Ken Schankler
A challenge from a popular former radio shock jock was not enough to prevent a landslide victory for Regis Labeaume that Sunday handed the popular mayor his first full term as the city's chief executive.