May 5 2010 Edition

“Vivre le Québec Libre”: General de Gaulle has precious little to teach us

When people in Québec and the rest of Canada think of the separatist movement in Québec, they often think of that historic moment that was immortalized on the balcony of Montréal City Hall back in 1967.

Portneuf students take first in Robotics competition

The sixth grade class of Andrew Johnston at Portneuf Elementary School took a step into the future last Thursday and came out ahead.

Davis, Mancel Henry (1933-2010)

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Davis, Mancel Henry
(1933-2010)

(Retired 38 year Employee of General Motors)

Bravo to the Québec Art Company!

"Nude with Violin" is not an easy play to pull off but the cast of QAC did it. Every actor's character came through and each was quite disciplined.Weird the way the play lingered and set a series of memories into play.

Dollard des Ormeaux Students Celebrate Music Monday!

Students at D.D.O. School joined thousands of other Canadian students in a mass concert to celebrate the importance of Music Education in their lives.

This event is coordinated by the Coalition for Music Education in Canada, and is supported by many famous Canadians like Marc Garneau.

Memorials and Things of Fame

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Tories hold lead in fundraising, polls

Polls showing the Progressive Conservative party with a large lead match the Tories edge in fundraising. One survey last week, conducted by Leger Marketing, had the Tories with an 11 point lead over the federal Liberals.

Héma-Québec drive continues despite strike threat

The population is invited to give blood generously despite the announcement made by three of Héma-Québec's nine unions of a possible strike Wednesday in the Greater Montréal area and western Québec.

Another win for SLC Lions Hockery Team

The St. Lawrence Lions Men's hockey team defeated the Sorel Rebels April 11 in the Men's Collegiate Provincial Hockey Championship by the score of 3-2.

Holland School marks 50th anniversary

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Photo: CQSB

The library has moved and the demographics have changed, but the Holland Elementary School at the corner of Chemin Sainte-Foy and Avenue Ernest Gagnon still has the same mission.

"The building itself, the present library was just a basement," said Peter Simons.

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