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Valcartier troops receive holiday wishes from Uxbridge

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The Valcartier Family Centre received a magnificent Christmas card
addressed to our soldiers deployed in Afghanistan and to members of
their families.

The card is from the residents of Uxbridge, a town situated 45 km north of Toronto.

QHS student entrepreneurs honoured

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Photo: MICHÈLE THIBEAU

Quebec High School Secondary V student Audrey Nadeau was surprised to find out that her teamwork had won a prize!

Two years ago, students in The Young Blazers’ Co-op produced bulletin boards and coasters made from cork and wood.

Studying English-speaking teens in Quebec City is far from cut and dry

Researchers at Université Laval have conducted an unprecedented study of Quebec City’s English-speaking teens. In extended interviews with 29 students from Quebec High School and St. Patrick’s High School, Laval social scientists examined what it’s like to be a member of a minority linguistic community in Quebec City.

Tree Canada celebrates 75 million trees planted across the country

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A fine farewell for Jane Falby

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Janet Campbell Falby embodied the values of the Guiding movement that she lovingly shared with young women for decades. She died suddenly on November 25 at the age of 68.

Mount Hermon’s records inscribed in historic volume

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Photo: MICHÈLE THIBEAU

By MICHÈLE THIBEAU

Gordon Morley first set foot in Sillery’s Mount Hermon Cemetery back in 1978. It was the beginning of a long history, one that’s stretched all the way forward to 2007.

Homegrown Rhodes Scholar headed for success at Oxford to study biomedical engineering

Studying at Laval for now

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Photo: Dominique Routhier

Quebec City’s Annick Routhier-Labadie, an accomplished athlete and exemplary student, has been recognized by the Canadian Association of Rhodes Scholars.

“I’m still really overwhelmed. The best is definitely going to come,” said Routhier-Labadie, who is applying to study at Oxford University. “The next step is to be accepted.”

VEQ shares community priorities with mayoral candidate Régis Labeaume

Voice of English-speaking Quebec’s leadership table sat down with Quebec City mayoral candidate Régis Labeaume to discuss the community and its priorities last week.

Memorials and Things of Fame

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