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City censors satyrized image of Queen

Photo: Ivan Binet

The Queen has unwittingly reared her head at Quebec City’s birthday party. An art piece originally commissioned by the committee of the 400th anniversary has been censored by the exhibition’s sponsors: the Bibby Ste. Croix foundry and the city of Quebec. The piece, a decorative manhole cover by Quebec artist Martin Bureau, depicts the Queen donning caribou antlers instead of her crown.

Debate over founding nations

The significance of Quebec’s 400th anniversary has quickly become a contentious issue amongst Quebec and Canada’s politicians over the past two months.

Michèle leaves her desk

I wish I didn’t have to write this. More precisely I wish I didn’t have to write this just yet. Could easily have waited another year, give or take five or so.

But Michèle Thibeau is leaving her desk at the Chronicle and I want to wish her well.

Farewell to a great colleague and a dear friend

For almost four years I have been working with Michèle at the Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph. I am very sad to see her go and at the same time very happy for her.

Michèle has been an inspiration to me not only at work, but also as a dear friend.

Good fences don’t always make good neighbours

The American poet Robert Frost once wrote “good fences make good neighbours.” For the majority of us, this may be true. However, on the eve of our national moving day, when many of us are about to inherit new neighbours, the story may be very different.

Memorials and Things of Fame


The Quebec Gazette, Thursday June 18
ADVERTISEMENTS. QUEBEC, the 12th June, 1772

Wet weather, great gardens

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Photo: Bill Cox

All this humidity has a positive effect on the vegetation if not on the disposition of humans. The weather is a very popular subject these days with complaints of incessant cool and wet days. Pretty soon I fear these will change to complaints about the dry spells and heat waves.

Morrin Centre presents literary history of women in QC

EQLC grads continue on “path of gettting ahead”

General Education

On June 11, 2008, students and staff of EQLC celebrated the efforts of the students in General Education.

St. Pat’s senior class

Now that summer is finally here, St. Patrick’s High School staff and students are eagerly preparing for graduation. This year, graduation ceremonies will take place on Wednesday, June 25, at the Grand Théâtre de Québec, in the Salle Octave Crémazie.