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CORRECTION - St. Andrew's Fall Sale is next Saturday, November 28 NOT THIS SATURDAY

Guests won't have to sing for their supper at St. Andrew's Fall Sale this month. However, they will be invited to sing along, as they enjoy a festive afternoon tea to the sounds of traditional Christmas carols.

RODRIGUE, Roger 1914-2009

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QHS Students Compete During National Entrepreneurship Day (NED)

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Photo: Ed Sweeney

The Quebec High School video conference room was in full use last Thursday as five teams of four students gathered around laptop computers prepared to do economical battle.

Another exotic night with Jean Charest

Wednesday, November 4, at Cegep Limoilou, local authorities and various institutions partnered with the Chamber of Commerce for the "Soirée Un monde à faire: Hommage à la diversité" ("A World to Build: Homage to diversity").

Memorials and Things of Fame

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‘’Poison’’ vaccine madness

Have we all lost our collective heads. What is all this madness. People are lining up to have what amounts to a toxic mix of chemicals and rotting animal tissue injected into their blood stream because they have been told that this will keep them healthy and protect them from a flu virus; a flu which has been described as mild (St. Justine Hospital, Montreal).

St. Andrew’s fall sale

Guests won't have to sing for their supper at St. Andrew's Fall Sale this month. However, they will be invited to sing along, as they enjoy a festive afternoon tea to the sounds of traditional Christmas carols.

St. Patrick’s High School Halloween event

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Photo: Alexandra Furlong

The week of October 26 was a busy one for St. Patrick's High School. The students of St Pats know how to mix business and pleasure.

October 27 was not a typical day for our students. Students from secondary one to five were invited to wear any type of hat all day for the price of 50 cents.

Baseball still rooted in Quebec City

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Photo: QCT archives

In the summer of 2007, a front office worker asked Miles Wolff after all his years in baseball as a team-builder, commissioner or even as Baseball America's owner and publisher, if he still had that same passion for baseball compared to when he first started in this business.

Laval one win away from championship game

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Photo: Jay Ouellet

The top-ranked Laval Rouge et Or are one win away from playing host to the Vanier Cup championship after easily beating the University of Montreal Carabins Saturday.

The locals scored on their first three possessions and never looked back en route to a 31-7 win and a seventh straight Dunsmore Cup title, in front of 13,852 fans.

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