May 9 2012 Edition

Lorraine Paquet Boyd

Lorraine Paquet Boyd
May 11, 2011

No one knows how much we miss you,
No one knows the bitter pain we have
suffered since we lost you.
Life has never been the same.
In our hearts your memory lingers,
Sweetly tender, fond and true.
There is not a day, dear mom, that
we do not think of you.
Sadly missed and loved by,

Annie Fortier Miller, Ernest Miller


Annie Fortier MillerPassed away May 25th 2009Ernest MillerPassed away June 7th 2010

Launch of guidebook Quebec, Birthplace of New France

Photo: Photo by Shirley Nadeau

Quebec, Birthplace of New France, written by architectural historian David Mendel, was launched at the Musée de la civilization du Québec last Wednesday evening. The book, published jointly by Les Éditions Sylvain Harvey and the Commission de la capitale nationale du Québec, was illustrated by renowned photographer Luc-Antoine Couturier.

It takes a village...of volunteers!

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Photo: Photo by Jill Gagnon

In the early 1800s, Jeffery Hale was a well-known activist and community leader who continuously offered his time and knowledge in service to his generation.

The magic of Glenn Miller’s music lives on

Photo: Photo by Roxanne Bégin/Équipe Spectra)

On May 2, the Glenn Miller Orchestra's musicians from across the United States stepped off their red chartered bus and entered the Grand Théâtre, where they gave a big-band concert with their unique jazz sound to loyal Quebec City fans.

CEGEP Champlain-St. Lawrence honours its top athletes

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Photo: Martin Beaumont

CEGEP Champlain-St. Lawrence honoured its top athletes last Thursday evening during its annual sports banquet.

Caught in a Deathtrap

Photo: Shirley Nadeau

This past weekend at Holland School, the Quebec Art Company presented the spine-chilling drama Deathtrap to packed houses on Friday and Saturday evening and on Sunday afternoon. Deathtrap was written by Ira Levin in 1978.

The Battle of the Atlantic: The Navy in Quebec City 70 years ago


Last Sunday, the officers and men of the Royal Canadian Navy stationed in Quebec City held their annual commemoration of the Battle of the Atlantic at the Pointe-à-Carcy. This year marked the 70th anniversary of the portion of this campaign which took place in the St. Lawrence.

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Jane’s Walk hits the streets of Quebec City

Photo: Bethann G. Merkle

There are many reasons for citizens of Quebec City to hit the streets these days. On Saturday, May 5, a multilingual group of nearly 50 people demonstrated a particularly good reason - building community through the act of walking in one's city.

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