Editor's Pick

Needed changes at the Chronicle-Telegraph

I decided it was time to bring you all up to date on more changes we are implementing at the QCT starting in 2008.

Over the last six months I have seen and learned a lot from friends and from dedicated employees of the newspaper. I have read extensive historical backgrounds on the operations of the oldest newspaper in North America going back more than a century.

DDO School students buy shoes for Afghans

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Students at Dollard des Ormeaux Elementary School know more about the price of shoes in Afghanistan these days. And they can be proud that they have helped children over there to get a pair!

Celebrating 400 Years and the New Year 2008

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Photo by Jay Ouellet

Merry Christmas from old Québec

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Built in 1752, the Maison Chevalier is notable for its exposed wooden beams, stone fireplaces and all round 18th century charm. The structure, located in Place Royale, now serves as an ethnographic museum, and is here pictured under a fresh coat of snow, on the verge of a fresh new year.

Memorials and Things of Fame


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Chaudière Community Economic Development and Employability Committee

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The Quebec-Chaudière Community Economic Development and Employability Committee (CeDeC) opened its doors to the community last Friday to show off its expanded offices and consult with people before finalizing its priorities for 2008-2009.

From Virginie Hamel to Strada on tap this month

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The many coloured lights wrapped around our trees peek through our windows, illuminating the white coat of snow comfortably surrounding our warm, cosy nests. The crackling fire gently warms our bones while we sip away on our favourite hot drinks.

Keep the CHN website alive!

The following is a letter that was sent to Canadian Health Minister Tony Clement.

Shalom from Quebec, shall we continue to welcome?

On December 10, 1948, the United Nations adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The same date also marks Canada’s ratification of the UN Convention on Discrimination Against Women.

Dignity, equality, freedom and social justice are among the rights protected under these conventions.

But what have these steps meant? Have we progressed?

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