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QCGN promotes consultation not confrontation

Politicians, bureaucrats, academics and community representatives of all stripes were in attendance at the Quebec Community Groups Network’s (QCGN) Revitalization Conference in Montreal this past weekend.

Quebec City community loses Stanley Brock

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Photo: courtesy of Industrial Alliance

Stanley E. Brock and his philanthropy might have been a mystery to many in the English-speaking community, but he was well known in certain circles.

“I knew him well,” said Ronald Blair, who worked for Price Brothers. “He was a member of The Wheel House. He had his own chair.”

Memorials and Things of Fame


1848

The Morning Chronicle
Friday, February 25
Events in the Year 1847
The Earl of Elgin, the newly appointed Governor General opened the Canadian Legislature.

Former QCT city editor Frank Howard dies at 77

Former Ottawa Citizen columnist Frank Howard began his career as a reporter at the Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph in the mid 1950s. He made his way up to the position of city editor.

Among those he mentored at the Chronicle was a university student named John Gray, who spent two summers reporting for the Quebec City daily from its offices on Côte St-Sacrement.

From Steve Hill to Glenn Miller

Go! fans needed up front at Morrin Centre

There’ll be no hiding in the back row during a live broadcast of CBC Radio One’s Go! with host Brent Bambury. For those who have been waiting for this chance of a lifetime — to be part of a Go! live studio audience — the big day is Saturday, March 15 and it’s happening at Morrin Centre.

The Plains of Abraham park has plenty of activities planned

The Plains of Abraham park has planned plenty of activities in celebration of its centennial in March 2008.

The park recently inaugurated its skating rink with help from a special visitor from the past, Canadian landscape architect and landscaper Frederick G. Todd, who designed the 108-hectare space for Quebec City’s 400th anniversary celebrations.

Auberge St-Antoine’s Past Perfect a tribute to city and its rich history

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St. Anthony of Padua was known for, among other traits, being the patron saint of lost things. The auberge by the same name in old Quebec bears it well, for it has spent over a decade uncovering and displaying the lost things from the past that lay hidden for centuries beneath the Îlot Hunt site.

Price up for Prix Rayonnement hors Québec 2007

Auberge St-Antoine co-owner and administrator Evan Price, also president of SIM Composites, is the sixth finalist in the Chambre de commerce de Québec’s Prix Rayonnement hors Québec 2007.

This prize awards companies and individuals who have succeeded to solidify their name internationally.

More troops head home to Valcartier

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Like the old song says, yellow ribbons can be seen around Base Valcartier, their bows a cheery welcome for homebound troops back from service in Afghanistan. Tuesday, February 26 saw the return of the eighth contingent since February 5. Welcome home! Please see pages 10 and 11 for an update on the shoes for Afghanistan project.

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