May 25 2016 Edition

The Gretzkys draw a crowd at the Capitales’ ball game

Photo: Cassandra Kerwin

On May 20, after a long winter and roller-coaster spring weather, some 4,100 Quebecers were happy to take in the opening game of the Canadian-American Baseball season at Quebec City’s municipal stadium. 

Lampshades are back on Avenue Cartier

Photo: Shirley Nadeau

The giant lamps on Avenue Cartier have new shades! 

School board elections will be maintained

The British (cars) are coming!

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On June 4, the Domaine Maizerets, at 200 Boulevard Montmorency, will host the 2016 edition of the “Rendez-Vous British Québec” car show, a gathering of people who share their passion for British cars. 

Starmania and more at annual Festival Opéra de Québec

The sixth annual Festival Opéra de Québec will be back this summer, from July 24 to August 6, with world-class concerts and activities that are sure to delight music lovers.

ComediHa! Festival will soon be in town

ComediHa!, Quebec City’s annual funny festival, will be taking place from June 8 to 19 and June 25. Many English-speaking comedians will be performing this year, even the original Patch Adams.   

Register soon for fifth annual FoodCamp

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Remember the 2015 FoodCamp, held last April at the Château Frontenac? (See in the April 12, 2015, edition of the QCT). 

Memorials and Things of Fame


The Morning Chronicle

The story behind Rue James-Bowen

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Photo: Bill Cox

Art therapy is coming to the Wellness Centre this June!

Caring for an aging, ill or dependent loved one is like being on an emotional roller coaster. Frustrations and sorrows get tangled up with successes and joys. You may exude patience one moment and explode the next. You may hold a frail hand with compassion in the morning but want to hide from that same person later in the day. 

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