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St. Pat’s students and Pleins Pâtés raise funds for a good cause

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Photo: Cassandra Kerwin

Pies for sale! All for a good cause. Proceeds go to Deuil-Jeunesse to help grieving youths and children.

MEMORIALS AND THINGS OF FAME

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Photo: Wikimedia Commons - Public Domain

April 19, 1819 – The Quebec Gazette

From English Papers

The story behind Chemin de Château-Bigot

STREET VIEWS

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Photo: Wikipedia Commons - Public Domain

Château-Bigot is the name of both a district and a street in Quebec City. At one time, it was the name of an actual manor house that stood at the corner of present-day Rue Vice-Roy and Bourg-la-Reine in Charlesbourg. Some of the stones are still visible, although it fell into ruin 100 years ago.

SLC students learn about the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls

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Photo: Cassandra Kerwin

After years of hard work, research and hearings, and decades – even centuries – of abuse, First Nations women and girls are finally being heard. On June 3 in Gatineau, the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls will present its final report. To mark this milestone, CEGEP Champlain – St.

Is Bill 21 resurrecting the sovereignty movement?

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It’s Easter-time and there’s a buzz about resurrection in the air. Not just the Jesus-rolling-away-the-rock kind of resurrection. That other kind, the resurrection of an idea, a notion, a dream, a projet de société.

Portraits of fugitives from slavery at the MNBAQ

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Photo: Shirley Nadeau

Art is not one of the sciences of history like archeology or ethnology, but it can help historians represent the past. A new exhibit, Fugitives, on the third floor of the Gérard Morisette Pavilion of the Musée National des Beaux-Arts du Québec (MNBAQ) provides an excellent example of such collaboration.

City closes Sillery arena – slated for demolition

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Photo: Jonathan Letellier-Black

Quebec City has one less arena.

City officials have confirmed the Jacques Côté arena in Sillery will be demolished within weeks. The structure, built in 1972, and home to several skating and hockey organizations, was condemned as the result of a cracked wooden ceiling beam.

Making a spring visit to the Salon Nature Portneuf

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Photo: Lise Lafond

The fifth annual Salon Nature Portneuf was held from April 12 to 14 at the Centre Multifonctionnel Roland-Dion in Saint-Raymond.

At the site, one had the choice of visiting the outdoor kiosks, tasting the delicious maple syrup taffy at the Cabane de la Chute à L’Ours, going for a carriage ride, or letting the children take a ride on ponies from the Centre Équestre Aurélie Piché.

OSQ holds a Symphonic Spring gala

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Photo: Shirley Nadeau

A gala benefit concert for the Orchestre symphonique de Québec was held at the Château Frontenac on April 13.

The evening was presided over by Sylvie Cordeau, Québecor vice-president of philanthropy and sponsorships; Marie-Josée Guérette, executive vice-president of public affairs and corporate influence for La Capitale Assurance; and Peter Simons, president of La Maison Simons.

Have a happy and ecological Easter-egg hunt

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Photo: Lise Lafond

In Christian cultures around the world, eggs are used at Easter to symbolize new life, fertility and rebirth. The painting of eggs is one of many Easter traditions.