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PLQ win majority despite renewed sovereignty debate

In the sub-artic temperatures of Monday's provincial election, the Liberals won a majority government and allayed fears that the Prime Minister's recent anti-sovereigntist rhetoric would have a backlash on the province's federalist party. In fact, the party that seems to have been hurt most by the federal Conservatives' harsh condemnation of sovereigntists is the Conservatives themselves.

Germans meet at Christmas market

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"Fröliche Weihnacten! Merry Christmas! Joyeux Noël!" Standing at the door of St. Michael's Church wearing her traditional Black Forest dress and apron, Doris Fritschmann could hardly greet people quickly enough at the first annual German Christmas market on December 6.

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Gov’t should be bilingual so citizens don’t need to be: Fraser

The success of the Official Bilingualism Act does not depend on universal bilingualism within Canada, Official Languages Commissioner Graham Fraser told a crowd at the Morrin Centre Sunday Night.

Spire Restoration Underway at Chalmers-Wesley

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Quebec City photo journalist Jay ouellett featured on CNN iReport with Ground Zero at Midnight photo

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Dec 6th QHS Coffee House:

QHS Coffee House:
December 6th A variety of students' talents will be showcased at Quebec High School, Belvedère corner René Levesque, at 7:30 p.m. Adults $5, students and seniors $3. For more information ask for Tess Leblanc, 418-683-1953.

Restaurant Thanh Long

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Restaurant Thanh Long, located just off Honore-Mercier by Place d'Youville, is an excellent place

Charest talks economy, skirts language

During a recent visit to Quebec City, Liberal leader Jean Charest, the man who will most

Registration for Jeffery Hale Community Art Program - deadline December 19th

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