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De Gaulle's Bum Rap

Reading through Peter Stuart's opinion column on Charles de Gaulle's famous speech, there appears to be several points in his theory with which I disagree. First, neither the US nor UK looked down on France for her capitulation to Germany in 1940. France lost more men on the Maginot Line than the US lost during the entire war, in both Pacific and European theatres.

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“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.

An evening of poetry with Heather Cadsby

Join us Thursday, May 13th at 7pm, for an evening where the ordinary turns extraordinary!

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The Leadership Retreat in Quebec

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The Easter Story

 

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Spring Sing-Along Messiah at Chalmers-Wesley

 

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(photo by Shirley Nadeau taken at 2007 Sing-Along, David Rompré directing) 

ImagiNation 2010 : Writers' Festival at the Morrin Centre

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An evening of poetry with Heather Cadsby

Join us Thursday, May 13th at 7pm, for an evening where the ordinary turns extraordinary!

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In response to Clive

Childhood Heroes

At one point or another, everyone has had a childhood hero; a person who we admire, respect and in some cases, or maybe most cases, we want to be. My childhood hero was Sherlock Holmes. I'd seen all the movies, with as many personalities as there were James Bonds, from Jeremy Brett to George C.

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44th Shannon Irish Show - March 13, 2010

The Catholic Women's League (CWL) of Shannon is excited to invite you to the 44th edition of the Shannon Irish Show. Come be mesmerized by the talent of our dancers and singers; a true Irish experience in Dublin's Fair City...

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