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Information Session on Applying for Employment with the Federal Public Service


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JOB OPPORTUNITY with the Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph

 THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST.  THE DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS IS NOW PAST. 

Are you looking for a vibrant, exciting and challenging career with a dynamic team of journalists? The Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph is seeking a COPY EDITOR, who would also be the ASSIGNMENT EDITOR.

Invitation to the 2016 Burns Supper

"Should auld acquaintance be forgot, and never brought to mind? Should auld acquaintance be forgot, and days o’ auld lang syne?"

Jennifer Hobbs-Robert receives Rachel-Bureau Prize

[by Jeffery Hale Partners]

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This past September 17, Jennifer Hobbs-Robert was awarded the 2015 Rachel-Bureau Prize by the Ordre régional des infirmières et infirmiers de Québec, their highest distinction at the regional level.

Jennifer Hobbs-Roberts receives Rachel-Bureau Prize

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Life celebration in memory of poet Laura Scribner

Event takes place at Morrin Centre July 27, 2015

A celebration of the life of the late poet Laura Scribner, member of the Quebec Writers' Circle, will take place on Monday, July 27, 2015, at 7 pm at the Library of the Literary and Historical Society of Quebec, 44 Chaussée-des-Écossais. All are welcome to attend.

QCT 250th anniversary makes the news

250 years of English-language press in Quebec City garners bilingual press attention

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Photo: Françoise Paradis for the QCT

We're delighted to report that a tradition of 250 years of English-language news is newsworthy to other media, too.

QCT in the news

250 years of English-language press in Quebec City garners bilingual press attention

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Photo: Françoise Paradis for the QCT

We are delighted to report that a tradition of 250 years of English-language news in Quebec City is newsworthy to other media, too. The QCT's anniversary and related events have already been featured on a number of news outlets, and we anticipate more.

QCT journalist receives prize in the first annual Canadian Tire Jumpstart Charities Awards

Newspapers Canada and Canadian Tire Jumpstart Charities recently announced the winners of the inaugural Canadian Tire Jumpstart Awards, a writing competition for published articles that educate Canadians about the impact that Jumpstart is making in their communities.

Don't let the flu take you by surprise

Get your flu shot to protect yourself and everyone around you

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Photo: MSSS


 

Jeffery Hale Friends’ Foundation Golf Tournament

Thursday, September 12, 2013

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Photo: Jeffery Hale Friends' Foundation

Golf! Dinner! Prizes!

Club de Golf Cap-Rouge

Come support the Jeffery Hale Friends’ Foundation on Thursday, September 12 while enjoying a day of golf, dinner and fabulous prizes at the Club de Golf Cap-Rouge, one of the region’s most beautiful courses. Register for the day ($200 for golf, cart and dinner) or for dinner only ($100).

Don't let the flu take you by surprise!

Jeffery Hale will be giving free flu vaccines to the certain members of the English-speaking community

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Photo: MSSS

Jeffery Hale will be giving free flu vaccines to the following members of the English-speaking community:

Michael Bowles and Ernestine Lariviére

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Congratulations to Michael Bowles and Ernestine Lariviére of Shannon on their 50th Wedding Anniversary.

Best wishes from

Jeannie and Dominic

It's flu vaccine time!

Jeffery Hale Community Services to hold a two-day flu vaccination clinic

Jeffery Hale Community Services will hold a two-day vaccination clinic for the regular seasonal flu for the following members of the English-speaking community:
• people 60 years and older
• people of all ages with certain chronic diseases
• those who come into regular contact with the above-mentioned people

Care for the bears: Quebec City’s three former zoo bears have a new home

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Toupie, the oldest bear at 30 years old, is not used to caged travel but hopefully will adapt to the new experience.

Katimavik High School Reunion

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A reunion will be held on September 3 and 4, 2011, for all alumnae who attended Katimavik High School from 1971to 1986. There will be an informal get-together at the St. Lawrence College Campus on Avenue Nérée-Tremblay on Saturday evening starting at 8:00 p.m. Admission is free and there will be a bar as well as music from the 70s and 80s.

Labour Day Chicken BBQ

Sunday, September 4 at 4:00 p.m. - Labour Day Chicken BBQ sponsored by the St. Gabriel-de-Valcartier Fire Department at the Community Centre. ½ BBQ chicken, salad, bun and dessert - $10.00 YOU MUST RESERVE YOUR CHICKEN SUPPER AHEAD OF TIME by calling Susan at (418) 844-3755.

Ms. Marielle Stewart appointed Director General of CQSB

The Council of Commissioners of the Central Québec School Board is proud to announce the appointment of Ms. Marielle Stewart to the position of Director General of the Central Québec School Board. Ms. Stewart will assume her new responsibilities on July 1st, 2011.

QHS students visit the Rockies!

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Photo: provided by Sarah Sweeney

Quebec High School students recently spent one week taking in the Rockies, visiting Canada Olympic Park and bonding with host families as part of a SEVEC cultural youth exchange trip to Alberta. Twenty-four Secondary 2 and 3 students and three QHS organizers took part in the voyage.

Mark your calendar for the Community Forum

A Community Forum has been organized to showcase the programs and activities in place that benefit the health and wellness of Quebec City’s English-speaking population.

Scientist, Engineer and co-founder of Quebec City’s Bomem wins prestigious Canadian Space Award

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Photo: Canadian Space Agency

Henry Buijs has just received the John H. Chapman Award of Excellence from the Canadian Space Agency for his exceptional contribution to the Canadian Space Program and a lifetime of achievement in space science and technology.

Saint Brigid’s hosts Open House

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Photo: Jill Gagnon

On Friday, May 6, Jeffery Hale-Saint Brigid’s hosted an Open House for nurses, licensed practical nurses (LPN) and personal care attendants (PCA), as well as students in these health care fields at their Saint Brigid’s facility.

Saint Vincent School holds fundraising banquet

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On Friday, April 15, Saint Vincent School held a fundraising banquet at Le Bistango restaurant in the complex Germain-des-Près. Community members and local businesses were invited to take part in this event in order to raise money for the construction of a new playground behind the school.

New York Pipes and Drums band will participate again in this year's St. Patrick's Day Parade

Québec, March 1, 2011 – The organising committee of the Défilé de la St-Patrick de Québec is proud to announce the return of the NYPD Pipes and Drums of New York for a second consecutive year. 34 members of this organisation will take part, compared to 30 in the 2010 parade.

http://www.nypdpipesanddrums.com/

Report on Synod 2010 Anglican Diocese of Quebec

The Bishop's charge began with a quote from his Synod 2009 charge, which touched on the essential. Bishop Drainville said, "God is calling us individually and collectively to show our faithfulness by becoming pioneers again....

The “Temperature” at Chalmers-Wesley is Rising

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Photo: Mary Thaler

Members of Chalmers-Wesley United Church are happy to announce that the "temperature" on their fund-raising thermometer has risen significantly since the launch of their restoration campaign which took place on October 22, 2010.

Publisher's Note

While reading the National Post a few weeks ago, I came across an article about the struggles facing the oldest newpaper in North America, namely the Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph. Having a long-standing interest in the newspaper business, the story was intriguing.

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