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Rick Dollard saluted at retirement bash

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Photo: Courtesy of Ashleay Dollard

Last Saturday, May 2, past and present members of the Central Quebec School Board gathered to celebrate Rick Dollard's retirement at a party organized for him at the Aquarium du Québec.

Military chaplain speaks of the chaos and heartache of war

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Photo: Courtesy of Captain Charles Deogratias

Captain Charles Deogratias seeks to make sense out of the senseless.

He knows the heartache and chaos of war through direct life experience in his native Rwanda and his tour in Afganistan as a military chaplain for Valcartier forces last year and the year before.

Music helps students with math and reading say teachers

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Photo: Scott French

If you live near a Central Quebec School Board school, you might have heard the sound of music Monday.

Valérie Côté named Athlete of the Year at Champlain St. Lawrence

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Photo: Martin Beaumont

Valerie Côté was named Athlete of the Year for her overall performance in cross country running this year as Champlain St. Lawrence honoured its top athletes last Thursday evening at its annual sports banquet.

America: The Bad and the Beautiful and Harley Davidson and the NRA

In the early 1980s, the Canadian pop-rock group Rough Trade wrote a song called America: Bad and Beautiful.

In the song, the band commented on the nature of American society, being one based on virtually unlimited individual liberty.

This situation created, in their opinion, a society of ‘bad and beautiful' things.

Be prepared to protect health and safety in an emergency

May 3 to May 9 is National Emergency Preparedness Week

Emergencies can happen anywhere and anytime.

They can be caused by severe weather, disease outbreaks, food or water contamination, accidents or by
intentional acts.

Right now you might be thinking more about planning your
summer vacation, but it's important for families to talk about emergency

Memorials and Things of Fame

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Riots in Montreal

English newcomers to Quebec City are young and educated and plan to stay, new VEQ survey finds

New English-speaking arrivals to the Quebec City region are likely to be young, educated Canadians who are eager to learn French, according to a new survey released last week by the Voice of English-Speaking Québec.

A significant majority, or 42 per cent, of the survey's 192 respondents were between the ages of 25 and 34.

Quiet mutinies fill canvasses and show turning point in history of Quebec art

Good things come in small packages they say.

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