June 1 2011 Edition

Appointment Notice


The Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph is both proud and pleased to welcome local businessman Taylor Ireland to its organization. Ireland, who originally hails from Saskatchewan, came to Quebec City in 2005 to learn French. He is the general manager and owner of Les Ateliers de conversation anglaise, an established private language school located in Sainte-Foy.

Understanding Quebec

In his well thought out online submission entitled “Orange is in, blue is out” that was published in the 18 May edition of the QC-T, Job Patstone wrote: “I never quite understood why Quebec always needed more attention or more special needs than any other province anyway.

Circus Days Are Here Again

Photo: Amanda Halm

Last weekend, the École de cirque (Québec Circus School) kicked off their annual Jours de Cirque with a performance entitled L’épopée d’un bas (The Epic of a Down). A variety of ages and skills were represented from tumbling tykes to teenage acrobats. Jours de Cirque is a festival with several shows, including two in June.

Urban Honey Project Creates Environmental Buzz in Québec


Les Urbainculteurs, a two-year-old environmental non-profit organization, is causing quite the buzz by setting up a beekeeping project in Quebec City.

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