Editor's Pick

Caring for caregivers at the Monastère des Augustines

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Photo: Sarah Barclay

There are arguably three distinct groups in Quebec City who already know about the Monastère des Augustines’ museum, hotel, restaurant, and wellness centre: the trendsetters, history buffs, and most importantly, caregivers and health professionals who rely on the monastery as a place of shelter and relief.

Crépuscule lights up Agora with celebratory fire

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Photo: Danielle Burns

If you are looking for an evening of entertainment this summer with incredible feats such as doing push ups over a swinging skipping rope, this is the show for you, and you don’t even need to buy tickets. For a second year in a row, acrobats from Flip FabriQue have produced a free outdoor circus show with financial support from the Ville de Quebec. 

Red Hot Chili Peppers at FEQ: plenty of heat but no fire

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Photo: Renaud Philippe - FEQ

People helping people in the Mediterranean

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Photo: SOS Meditérranée website

Ruby Pratka is a former Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph journalist, currently working as the communications officer aboard MS Aquarius for SOS Méditerranée, a Franco-German charity assisting migrants in the Mediterranean. This is her story: 

QCT welcomes “Black” former columnist

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Canada Day display lights up Quebec City's skyline

Youth Corps bring their explosive joy to Quebec City

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Photo: Sarah Barclay

The Bridge United Pentecostal Church touched down in Quebec City last week with  group of 64 young people from across North America. The purpose of their visit? To engage in community service and perform a series of free gospel concerts at the Centre communautaire Lucien-Borne.

Wendake: new site, new tastes and honouring traditions

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It was hard not to notice something different about the venue of the traditional dancing component of the Wendake Pow Wow last week.

City celebrations and summer concerts at Chalmers-Wesley Church

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Photo: Shirley Nadeau

Chalmers-Wesley United Church, will be celebrating the Fête de la Ville de Québec on Sunday, July 3, with a special program to which all are welcome. From 1:00 to 1:30 p.m., organist Jean Côté will give a free concert. A Cream Tea, with scones, jams, cream and lots of tea, will be served in the lower hall from 1:00 p.m. to 2:45 p.m., for $10.  

Grand opening of the MNBAQ on June 24

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Members of the Musée national des Beaux-Arts du Québec (MNBAQ) had the privilege of a sneak preview of its new wing, the Pavillon Pierre-Lassonde on Grande Allée last weekend. 

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