May 26 2010 Edition

Saint Andrew’s, Old Quebec, Celebrates Another Milestone in 2010

Photo: James Cescas

This year marks another historic anniversary for Saint Andrew's Presbyterian Church in Old Quebec. After celebrating the 250th anniversary of the congregation in 2009, the church building itself will mark its 200th year of existence.

Doucet, Bill

Doucet, Bill

Passed away on Wednesday May 19, 2010 at Grand River Hospital K-W Health Centre. Bill resided in New Hamburg and was born 63 years ago in Ancienne-Lorette, Quebec. He was the son of the late Wilson & Janet (Doucet) McBain.

Les Capitales open defense of Can-Am League crown

A marching band will be among the surprises in store for the fans at Stade Municipal Thursday as Les Capitales begin their defense of the 2009 Can-Am League title.

Marianna O’Gallagher dies at 81

Photo: QCT Archives

Marianna O'Gallagher was in bed at Laval Hospital, spending what would be her last days, but she was still busy, still planning and still maintaining her sense of humor.

"She told me a string of jokes that I went back and told my children," said former Chronicle-Telegraph Publisher Karen MacDonald.

Huguette (Drolet) Scardina





Valcartier Royal 22e Regiment develops new strategy in Afghanistan

Photo: Pauline Moisy

Valcartier military base doors were open to journalists recently, giving the public a glimpse of how Canadian troops are trained before their deployment in Afghanistan. From November 2010 to July 2011, about 800 soldiers from Valcartier Royal 22e Regiment will replace the 1st Battalion of The Royal Canadian Regiment, from Petawawa (Ont.).

A tale of upper and lower cases

Last week, a Letter to the Editor "Authority...who has it?" from Mac Wigfield made a fuss over uppercase "Church" and lowercase "church". Basically, the author disagrees with the Catholic Church's claim to be the only Church founded by Jesus Christ (who is true Man and true God).

The Auberge Saint-Antoine: How a small family business became the best hotel in Canada

Photo: Pauline Moisy

It appears on many postcards representing the Chateau Frontenac, but tourists probably do not notice the Auberge Saint-Antoine, at the feet of the chateau. With 95 bedrooms, the hotel accommodates more than 41,000 clients every year. Owned by English-speaking Québecois -the Price family- the Auberge became one of the top 100 hotels of the world (Trip Advisor ranking) in 17 years.

Memorials and Things of Fame for May 26, 2010


The Morning Chronicle

Royal Military College graduates 220 new officers

Photo: Brad Lowe, CFB Kingston

"They have to be very organized," said Capt. Daniel Madryga, RMC Public Affairs Officer. "Their organizational skills are top notch."

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