Editor's Pick

Embodying the QC Anglo: a contest

The Morrin Centre, a cultural centre and heritage site, in partnership with the Quebec Writer’s Federation, is pleased to invite all citizens of the Province of Quebec to take part in its writing contest.

Community loses pillar - Pam (Holt) DUNN

Long-time Quebec City resident and philanthropist Jane “Pam” Holt Dunn passed away suddenly on June 24 at the age of 83 in Montreal.

“Everyone was so important to her, she had time for everyone and she was especially wonderful for kids,” her niece, Susan Armstrong said, adding, “We expected her to be around forever.”

Farewell to MICHÈLE THIBEAU

A mentor

by Marie White

Organ Concerts at Chalmers Wesley

Sundays at Six / dimanches à dix-huit heurs

Michele’s Last Press Conference

As you all know by now, Michèle Thibeau is leaving the Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph to seek out a new adventure.

She has been working for the QCT for almost 10 years now and she will be sadly missed by all of us here.

Quebec youth win hockey gold

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June was a month of celebration for 16 young hockey players; they won gold at the 25th annual Ottawa 67’s Minor Hockey Tournament. These eight- and nine-year-olds (all born in 1999) play AAA hockey for the Bulldog Association of Quebec. Jacob Simard of Everest Elementary and Ryan Massicotte of Holland Elementary are part of this team.

600 sets of Canadian bells to ring in 400th celebration

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Join the Clarkes to Celebrate

Join the Clarkes to Celebrate America's Birthday and the 400th
Festivities begin Saturday the 5th at 12:30 and include:

July 1 promises three times the fun

Canada’s 141st birthday bash is promising to be the biggest thus far. Festivities will be spread over two days beginning on the eve of Canada’s anniversary on Monday night, June 30, and carrying through to July 1.

QC goes to ten digits

Over one million people will have to learn how to dial a telephone all over again. As of June 21, residents of the 418 area code wishing to make a local call have to dial 4-1-8 before entering any seven-digit telephone number.

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