Tag Archives: December 15 2021

“Stop the count! Not one more!” Women marched through Quebec City in the name of all victims and survivors of sexual and domestic violence. (Photo by Cassandra Kerwin)

Quebec women march to end gender-based violence

Quebec women march to end gender-based violence Cassandra Kerwin cassandra@qctonline.com Due to bad weather on Dec. 6, the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women, the annual…

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Mayor Bruno Marchand tries on new running shoes on the occasion of the presentation of his administration’s first budget. (Photo from Radio-Canada)

Marchand presents first budget with input from all parties

Marchand presents first budget with input from all parties Peter Black, Local Journalism Initiative reporter peterblack@qctonline.com A residential tax increase, a business tax credit, a boost in green spending and…

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An employee examines tobacco plants used in the development of a COVID-19 vaccine at the Medicago facility in Quebec City. (Photo courtesy of Medicago)

Medicago reports positive results for COVID-19 vaccine

Medicago reports positive results for COVID-19 vaccine Peter Black, Local Journalism Initiative reporter peterblack@qctonline.com Canada’s only domestically developed COVID-19 vaccine has moved a step closer to being an option for…

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Renée-Claude Auclair and Pierre Hamon, co-founders and veteran organizers of the Festival de Magie de Québec, are looking forward to the FISM World Championships of Magic, to be held at the Centre des Congrès de Québec in July. (Photo courtesy of Renée-Claude Auclair)

Festival funding aims to bring magic back to tourism industry

Festival funding aims to bring magic back to tourism industry Ruby Pratka, Local Journalism Initiative reporter ruby@qctonline.com Ten regional events will share over $2.5 million in provincial government funding as…

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On Dec. 10, some Quebec Art Company-affiliated singers – Paul Mackey, Élise Tétreault, Geneviève Bisaillon and Bobby Fielding – offered Christmas carols while strolling on Avenue Cartier. People were pleased to hear the classic songs. The mini choir may sing again on Dec. 18 in the afternoon, depending on the weather conditions. (Photo by Désirée Maltais)

Christmas QACkers sing on Avenue Cartier

Christmas QACkers sing on Avenue Cartier Submitted by Paul Mackey…

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