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No graduation ceremonies for high schools, CEGEPs or universities

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Photo: Cassandra Kerwin

On April 28, Premier François Legault announced that children attending elementary schools and daycare centres would be making a gradual return to class, starting on May 11.

St. Lawrence Lions hand out annual sports awards online

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Photo: St. Lawrence Lions Facebook page

The COVID-19 pandemic changed the whole world – including sports – this spring. Like other colleges and universities, CEGEP Champlain–St. Lawrence (SLC) had to find a different way to honour its student-athletes.

Pro-Am Gagné-Bergeron, tennis and cycling events on hold

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Photo: Luc Lang

The organizers of the 12th annual Pro-Am Gagné-Bergeron, which was to take place at the Videotron Centre on Aug. 6, have officially cancelled the event for 2020.

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, and with the Quebec government’s ban on large-scale events until Aug. 31, there was no possible way this popular fundraising hockey game could be held.

Port of Quebec CALL TO USERS – APPOINTMENT COMMITTEE GROUP C

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In memory of the Nova Scotia victims

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Photo: Shirley Nadeau

On April 24, at 5 p.m., a small but devoted group of people gathered in the close of the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity to pay tribute to the 22 people who lost their lives on April 18 and 19 in a 12-hour-long shooting spree carried out by one person in the usually peaceful Nova Scotia countryside.

Thank you all for your service: Canadian military personnel summoned to help health warriors

This old world keeps spinning ’round, though much of the frenzied activity of its human occupants has been put on hold thanks to a rampant rogue virus.

City unveils market, movie and bike plans to boost spring spirits

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Photo: Peter Black

City officials have rolled out a series of measures to boost the morale of a citizenry worn out by a winter of pandemic lockdown and isolation. Among the initiatives “to provide citizens with a green spring” are the opening of the Sainte-Foy public market, an improved bicycle path network, and the resumption of horticultural activities and community gardens.

QHS Trivia Night held online this year

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Photo: Shirley Nadeau from QCT archives

So, this is what the pandemic has led us to. Playing trivia games online instead of in the comfort of the Quebec High School gymnasium. And on an app called Kahoot, of all things!

COVID or not, spring is here!

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Crocuses open in the warm spring sunshine, accompanied by dainty pink scilla. Photo by Shirley Nadeau

MEMORIALS AND THINGS OF FAME

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Photo: Public Domain image from Toronto Library website

April 30, 1870 – The Morning Chronicle