July 6 2011 Edition

[Photo] Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrive in Quebec City, Sunday, July 3, 2011


Photo by Jay Ouellet

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Captain Leroux from Quebec City is Prince William’s Equerry

Photo: Clarence House

Born, raised and educated in Quebec City, Captain Jean G. R. Leroux, C.D. is Prince William’s right hand man for the entire Royal Tour. Prince William chose the Air Force Search and Rescue (SAR) pilot as his Canadian tour equerry.

Remarks by Prince William at the Freedom of the City Ceremony at City Hall

Photo: Jay Ouellet

“Thank you Premier, and Mr Mayor for your warm welcome. It’s an honour for me to be here with you in Quebec today. For me, as a soldier and an airman, it is a privilege to have inspected a great regiment like the Royal 22nd. Your reputation is as strong as it is legendary. This place has such beauty and history. You, Quebecois and Quebecoise, have such vitality and vigour.

Warm welcome for Prince William and Kate overshadows protests


Kate Middleton is welcomed to Quebec City for the 2011 Royal Tour, photo by Amanda Halm

Americans celebrate independence

Photo: Jill Gagnon

While most of the city’s residents were scrambling to catch a glimpse of British Royalty, members of the American Colony of Quebec were celebrating their independence from Britain and the birthday of the United States of America.

Children’s Author visits Quebec City

Photo: Andrew Greenfield

Author Nicole Petroski made a recent stop in Quebec City where she read her children’s book, The Very Lonely Sandwich, to a group of children at the AngloStore. Petroski, who has published two poetry books, in addition to penning music lyrics, explained that she knew she wanted to become a writer at the early age of seven.

Flying with two feet on the ground

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Photo: Bill Cox

For the second consecutive year I spent Saturday with my son Clifford Cox who visited us from Sept-Iles, Quebec to attend the model aircraft competitions at the CLUB AIR MODELISTE of Levis. The Club is located in St. Etienne de Lauzon. Marc Croteau, the club secretary informed me that the club boasted almost 100 members.

Memorials and Things of Fame for July 6, 2011

The Morning Chronicle

A Review

William Gladstone, Britain’s Prime Minister under Queen Victoria, began a diary at age eighteen and ended it at age thirty. The entries are highly religious in content and, in fact, served the purpose of clearing his mind on spiritual and religious matters as they pertained to the individual and the nation.

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