Editor's Pick

Christmas Hampers delivered right on time for the holidays

Photo: Shirley Nadeau

Thanks to hundreds of willing volunteers, hundreds of grocery-filled boxes were delivered on December 17 to less fortunate families and individuals in the Quebec City area. After days of collecting, sorting and packing, the boxes were loaded up in volunteer drivers' cars, vans and, as you can see by the photos, even in Canada Post and UPS trucks, free of charge!

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from the QCT!

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Photo: Marcus Musgrove

Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph journalists Kasia Borkowska, Cassandra Kerwin, Catherine Musgrove, Shirley Nadeau, Danielle Burns and Peter Black, as well as Catherine Mills-Rouleau, Bill Cox, Rachel Collet, Juanita Craig, Dan Gilbert and Luc Lang (not present when photo was taken), plus editor and publisher Stacie Stanton, general manager Taylor Ireland, reviser Mary Hilton, administration a

VEQ Happy Holiday Hour spreads Christmas cheer

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Photo: Shirley Nadeau

Voice of English-speaking Quebec (VEQ) hosted their annual Happy Holiday Hour (maybe we can call it the Ha-Ho-Ho...?) in the Morrin Centre's College Hall on Wednesday, December 7. A buffet table laden with cheeses, pâtés, crackers and desserts awaited hungry party-goers. 

Letter to the editor: CATching up on the latest mews

submitted by Lucie Bouchard

Photo: Lucie Bouchard

A few weeks ago, I found my cat Cid reading [the November 2, 2016, edition of] the QCT. What a clever cat! Or maybe he was interested in the delicious-looking piglet in one of the articles by Rachel Collet and Lise Lafond. Thanks for entertaining my cat!

 - Submitted by Lucie Bouchard

Icy Crossing from Lévis to Quebec City

Roméo Dallaire launches "Waiting for First Light"

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Photo: Shirley Nadeau

Have you ever had recurring nightmares so terrible that you wished morning would come so you could wake up and never have those dreams again? 

Where to buy a copy of the QCT in Quebec City

Photo: (Photo by Shirley Nadeau)

We are pleased to announce that the Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph may now be purchased in the historic library of the Morrin Centre, located at 44 Chaussée des Écossais in Old Quebec. Individual copies are $1.30 + taxes = $1.50.

Give to the Hamper Campaign, help deliver holiday goodness


November is a busy time for the organizing committee of the Community Christmas Hamper Campaign, which this year runs from Sunday, November 20, to Sunday, December 11. Activities and fundraising events organized in support of the 21st annual Community Hamper Campaign are in full swing. 

Morrin Centre featured on MAtv

Morrin Centre featured on MAtv LeZarts (MAtv - Videotron channel 609) is featuring a special program focussing on the anglophone cultural milieu in Quebec City. For the occasion, you will meet author Louisa Blair, the director of the Morrin Centre Barry McCullough, and writer-director-actor and artistic director of Théâtre Humain Kevin McCoy.  

Morrin Centre’s Literary Feast for mind, body and soul

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Photo: Morrin Centre
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