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VEQ’s December 3rd Holiday Happy Hour held at the Morrin Centre

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Guy Dubois, Jean-Sebastien Gignac and Edward Rutherford

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St. Lawrence stages ‘’What the Heck’’ production

Friday, December 4th marked the night of Champlain St. Lawrence's famed ‘'What the Heck'' production, this year gone Hollywood at high school Compagnons de Cartier, Ste-Foy.

Letter to the Editor from Montreal

I have been a reader of your newspaper for a while now. I find it a good read.

The reason I'm writing to you now is simple. Amongst all the effort to supposedly save the French language, I believe that the English language is actually being threatened. And the latest example that inspired me to write this is at one of Montreal's historic sites: Dorchester Square.

Central Quebec School Board students help in a great cause!

Each year schools from the Central Quebec School Board join forces to contribute to the annual Community Christmas Hamper Campaign. Non-perishable food items come streaming in the front door of our schools to help fill nearly 200 hampers that are distributed throughout the English community each Christmas season.

Paganism on dislplay at Musée de la civilisation de Québec

The Musée de la civilisation de Québec (MCQ) and the Canadian Museum of Civilization (CMC) have signed their first partnership agreement to create a uniquely Canadian version of "god(s): A User's Guide".

National Assembly accepts Ukranian famine as genocide

On Wednesday, November 25, 2009 The Québec National Assembly unanimously accepted the introduction of a Bill recognizing the 1932-1933 Famine as Genocide. The bill was introduced by Louise Beaudoin, P.Q. MNA for Rosemont riding. It was received with applause by all parties and official gallery observers!

Memorials and Things of Fame

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The QAC does it again

Congratulations to the cast, crew and directors of the Quebec Art Company on their wonderful rendition of South Pacific. What a delightful way to spend a Sunday afternoon in December!

Colleen Bilodeau

South Pacific, “what a great show”

My son Michael-John and I attended the matinée performance of South Pacific. What a great show! Our thanks to all of you fine actors. I especially noted the singing and the zaniness of a cast that were enjoying themselves. M-J was so impressed that he now wants to join the Quebec Art Company's next performance.
Bravo.

Ed Blais

What is Christmas really all about?

Christmas is not just about decorations and the giving of presents, although these are nice. Christmas is about Jesus Christ coming to this earth over 2000 years ago.

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