Community

New coin minted to honour Quebec City’s 400th

Seniors’ housing advances

The long-awaited seniors’ intermediate housing project is still chugging along.

Holland Resource Development Corporation (formerly part of Holland Centre) is managing the seniors’ housing project that will be a neighbour to Saint Brigid’s Home.

WestJet heads for QC early

Ontarians planning a Quebec City getaway might want to consider departing on May 17.

Lend your voice to the 400th

Your voice and your name could be part of the Espace 400eme exhibit!

Memorials and Things of Fame


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2008 photo contest winner

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Congratulations to Valcartier Village resident Hugh Wolff who took first prize in the QCT’s Spring Photo Contest! Wolff is an entrepreneur who lives on a farm in the village. Wolff has sent in photos to a couple of other contests, including the municipality’s photo contest. He is a fan of experimenting with his camera.

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SNC-Lavalin Pharma and GlaxoSmithKline

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SNC-Lavalin Pharma and GlaxoSmithKline took home the Prix Léonard for industry recently at the Grands Prix du génie conseil-québécois, held in Montreal. The two firms were honoured for their teamwork on the expansion project of GlaxoSmithKline’s Sainte-Foy vaccine production facility.

The great math project at St. Vincent School

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As a homework project, the students in all the Cycle 1 (year two) classes were asked to invent a math game. Students were encouraged to use any math notions that they learned this year and any theme.

MCDC partners with health & social services

The Health and Social Services Agency of Chaudière-Appalaches (HSSACA) in collaboration with the Megantic English-speaking Community Development Corporation (MCDC) launched a new access program for delivering services in English.

Toward a community of communities... together

In celebration of Quebec City’s 400th year, Initiatives of Change, a not-for-profit organization, is bringing its cultural bridge-building road show to town.

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