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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.

Jeffery Hale services are growing

holland_building.jpgJeffery Hale Community Services in English, previously known as Holland Centre, is growing.

Memorials and Things of Fame

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Memorials and Things of Fame
November 28, 2007
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Quebec City's English-speakers send CanWest Global a message:

stick to local programming commitment

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Voice of English-speaking Quebec is calling on its 1,000 members and the community at large to speak out against CanWest Global's cuts to its local television station and to protest the corporation's failure to deliver on a promise of locally-produced regional programming.

Portneuf remembers

The morning of Armistice Day (Remembrance Day), November 11, we here in Portneuf were treated to a beautiful war memorial service in our lovely little St. John the Evangelist Church.

Our archbishop, Bruce Stavert, and Canon Graham Jackson shared the proceedings.

EQLC to hold student-organized blood drive

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Guylaine Émond is finishing up her program in secretarial studies at Eastern Québec Learning Centre. But before she graduates, Émond wanted to get involved in something to help her community.

She decided to organize a blood drive.

“I’ve always wanted to get involved. I want people to jump on this and to invest in this event,” said Émond.

Memorials and Things of Fame

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Valcartier loses three

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Morin-Doyle elected chair of CQSB

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Michelle Morin-Doyle was acclaimed chair of the council of commissioners by her fellow school commissioners at the Central Québec School Board. Stephen Burke was elected vice-chair.