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Ploop is the sound of healthy food cookin’

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Photo: MICHÈLE THIBEAU

It’s never too late to set your dreams in motion. John Shea considers himself lucky to have had a second chance, one he’s used to take the plunge into small business.

Finding the right job in Quebec City took time for Galbraith

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Five years ago, three newcomers arrived in Quebec City dreaming of starting new lives here with their Quebec-raised spouses. They found themselves together in the same French class at the Centre Louis-Jolliet in Limoilou. This is the second of a three-part series recounting their stories.

The Chronicle-Telegraph up for five newspaper awards this May

The QCT has been honoured with five nominations at the annual Quebec Community Newspaper Association (QCNA) Awards.

Assistant editor Michèle Thibeau is a finalist in the Best Education Story category for a piece she wrote on DDO School’s community-backed effort to secure an addition to its building.

Photo - Chalmers-Wesley spire starting to crumble

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Spire is Crumbling

Riverdance bids adieu

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Photo: Jack Hartir, Abhann Productions 2004 (c)

Where homework is fun!

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At 3:05 on a weekday afternoon when most children are heading out the door to enjoy the good weather, Dollard-des-Ormeaux School’s Victory Hall comes alive.

LHSQ unveils impressive Writers’ Series for 2008

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Photo: Mitch Krupp

Six Quebec and Canadian authors will grace the library of the Literary and Historical Society of Quebec this spring during the 2008 Writers’ Series.

hey’ll come from far and wide to present their work to a new audience. One of them, Charles Mountford, splits his time between Stratford, Ontario, and Quebec City. Others are known for their book club favourites.

Sharon MacLeod has found her niche

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Five years ago, three newcomers arrived in Quebec City with dreams of starting new lives here with their Quebec-raised spouses. They found themselves together in the same French class at the Centre Louis-Jolliet in Limoilou.

This is the first of a three-part series recounting their stories.

Calling descendants from survivors of Brig Hannah

“Were your ancestor survivors of the tragic Hannah wreck?” A Montreal film production company wants to know!

During the Brig Hannah’s voyage from Newry, Ulster, to Quebec in 1849, it hit an iceberg and sank in the Gulf of the St.

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