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Solid support for solidarity brunch

Centraide Québec et Chaudière-Appalaches’s annual Grand Brunch de la Solidarité raised funds and spirits last Sunday as four Grands Prix de Solidarité were handed out for this special 400th anniversary edition.

Tartan Day draws crowd from across the province

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Photo: Frances Kelly

News of the great fire at the Manège militaire dampened the joy, but Scots came from across the province to celebrate Tartan Day.

The Kirking of the Tartan was "a moment," according to Milady Gina Farnell.

Walling to leave VEQ for own office next door!

Voice of English-speaking Québec executive director Helen Walling is preparing to take on a new challenge after nine years at the helm of the community organization. She'll wrap up at the end of June, after the May events have been completed.

Rebuild the Armoury!

Quebec City Mayor Régis Labeaume appealed to Prime Minister Stephen Harper earlier this week to rebuild the burned out historic Quebec City Armoury as soon as possible.

Upon hearing the news while in France, Labeaume immediately began his campaign to urgently rebuild the historic structure. 

It pays to be bilingual

It pays to be bilingual – literally. That’s the idea behind the establishment of the Zone Multilingue kiosk at the 10th annual Quebec City Job Fair.

Air cadets lose home before scheduled sleepover at Armoury

Fifteen-year-old Sergeant Despina Artenie of Quebec City’s 629 Kiwanis-SIllery Air Cadet Squadron was a little shook up about news of last Friday night’s fire at the Armoury.

Weekly networking in English to return!

Diane Ipperseil of Une Affaire d’Anglais is thrilled with the success ofa language class initiative with partners SoHoWorld and Groupe Perspectives offered in conjunction with the Chambre de commerce du Québec.

Lively networking and discussions in English over breakfast at 7 a.m. are the perfect solution for busy business folk.

Royal Rifles of Canada heritage housed in Armoury

Disbanded but not forgotten, The Royal Rifles of Canada are part of Quebec City’s military history – and that of the Quebec City Armoury. This city-based infantry regiment was composed of soldiers from Quebec City, Richmond, Sherbrooke, Gaspé and parts of New Brunswick.

Adriana Dominguez overcomes language barrier

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Five years ago, three newcomers arrived in Quebec City with dreams of starting new lives here with their Quebec-raised spouses. They found themselves together in the same French class at the Centre Louis-Jolliet in Limoilou.

This is the last of a three-part series recounting their stories.

Les Voltigeurs save their drums and some of museum contents

Musicians determined to perform despite loss of instruments and uniforms

Photo: Jay Ouellet

True to their training, members of Quebec’s Les Voltigeurs regiment remained courageous during and after their home, Quebec City’s Armoury was badly destroyed in a massive fire on the evening of Friday, April 4.

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