Editor's Pick

VEQ Fall Fest brings community together

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Photo: Cassandra Kerwin
Voice of English-speaking Quebec (VEQ)’s annual Fall Fest is always a much-anticipated event for the members of the anglophone community. Once again this year, Mother Nature smiled down on those who gathered at St. Vincent Elementary School’s gymnasium and playground on a bright, sunny Saturday, Sept. 15.

Back to school at Holland Elementary

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Photo: Shirley Nadeau

Thirteen (count ‘em) yellow school buses line up in front of Holland Elementary School on Avenue Ernest-Gagnon to take students home after their first day of school on Aug. 29. Some students are picked up by their parents or live close enough to walk home at the end of the day.

2018 Quebec City Film Festival features more than just movies

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Photo: Cassandra Kerwin
Classic movies, special effects, virtual reality, a cine-concert, a magic  lantern show and outdoor movies – all this and much more will be on offer at the eighth annual Quebec City Film Festival (QCFF). From Sept.

CFB Valcartier opens its doors to visitors

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Photo: Cassandra Kerwin
Canadian Forces Base Valcartier welcomed thousands of visitors on Aug. 18. While celebrating the 50th anniversary of the base, members of the 5th Canadian Mechanized Brigade Group generously welcomed visitors to their headquarters in order to share their expertise and way of life.

Le Dîner en Blanc pops up in the Parc Cartier-Brébeuf

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Photo: Shirley Nadeau
Imagine this: you are going for your usual leisurely stroll or gentle jog through your local riverside park and you suddenly discover it has been “invaded” by over 2,000 people, dressed entirely in white and carrying picnic baskets! 
Welcome to the eighth annual Dîner en Blanc, held at the Cartier-Brébeuf National Historic Site on the shore of the St.

Tea Time at the Morrin Centre is steeped in history

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Photo: Lorie Pierce
There’s something enchanting about sitting in the Morrin Centre library sipping tea, watching warm summer light stream through the windows, surrounded by books and steeped in history. This is Tea Time, and the Morrin Centre pulls out all the stops to make it an enjoyable party.

Les Chercheurs d’Or find gold at the FEQ

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Photo: Cassandra Kerwin

Neil Young’s FEQ debut a lesson in timeless power of rock

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Photo: Stéphane Bourgeois, courtesy of Festival d’été de Québec

"Hey, hey, my, my. Rock and roll can never die. There’s more to the picture than meets the eye. Hey, hey, my, my.”

Quebec City celebrates Canada Day – 151 years and counting!

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A cool start turned red hot in Quebec City on Canada Day. Morning clouds left over from heavy rains overnight and a cool breeze waved the Canadian flag in front of the Château Frontenac. By the time the giant birthday cake was served on Dufferin Terrace, the heat and humidity of the day had started to kick in.

New Mendel Guides book focuses on Charlevoix

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Photo: Shirley Nadeau

    David Mendel, president of Mendel Tours, along with fellow authors François Tremblay and Judy Bross, launched a new book in the Mendel Guides series.

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