Community

Quebec Anglican Bishops to PM: CBC needed in small communities

Prime Minister:

As Bishops of the Anglican Church in the province of Quebec, we wish to object most strongly to your government's total disregard for the needs and aspirations of people who live in rural communities and particularly in the Arctic.

CBC cuts hurt our identity

I am a film and television director working throughout the country and a member of the Director's Guild of Canada.

As you may have seen in recent weeks -- and indeed since the Harper Government has been occupying parliament in Ottawa -- our cultural industries are under siege.

The miracle of Easter is the sun rising in our hearts

Tags:

From the ice they are freed, the stream and brook,
By the Spring's enlivening, lovely look;
The valley's green with joys of hope;
The Winter old and weak ascends
Back to the rugged mountain slope.
From there, as he flees, he downward sends
An impotent shower of icy hail
Streaking over the verdant vale.

Business Field Trip to Montreal

Communications Class project

Tags:
n583089809_2406507_6770946.jpg
Photo: Carl Thibault

 

Letters from Afghanistan

A Collect For a Brighter Future

Communication class

collect.jpg
Photo: collect

For the communication class at St.Lawrence, we collected goods such as clothes, toys, and stuffed animals to send to an organism in Mexico that will take care of the distribution next Christmas.

Evangel Pentecostal Church Event

Tags:
Image: 
Pub_God-Rocks.jpg

[photo] CBC cuts could hit local and regional news coverage as of May

CBC.JPG

Rap, step and stomp as students celebrate the arts

You are cordially invited to attend the Central Québec School Board Elementary Arts Festival on
this coming Friday, April 3, and the CQSB Secondary Arts Festival on Thursday, April 16, 2009.

CBC cuts could hit local and regional news coverage as of May

CBC.JPG
Photo: Scott French

English news coverage broadcast by CBC radio and television in Quebec City and other regions outside of Montreal will not come out unscathed in the latest round of budget cuts by the national public television and radio broadcaster.

Syndicate content