March 15 2017 Edition | Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph Online

March 15 2017 Edition

Steven Cox among the top 25 in the world

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Photo: Bill Cox

It has been quite an interesting season for ice cross downhill skaters and Quebec’s own Steven Cox. Bill Cox, of the Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph, is his grandfather.

Throughout the year, the QCT has followed Steven’s career as he competed in Europe and in North America in the Red Bull Crashed Ice season.

Alex Harvey and 150 international skiers coming to Quebec City

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Photo: Cassandra Kerwin

World champion cross-country skier Alex Harvey and more than 150 athletes from 15 countries will be racing in the Fédération Internationale du Ski (FIS) World Cup Finals on the Plains of Abraham March 17 to 19.

Signs of spring…

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Photo: Lise Lafond
Fred, the groundhog in Val d’Éspoir (Gaspe), Nova Scotia’s Shubenacadie Sam, and Ontario’s Wiarton Willie all agreed, when they did not see their shadow, that we will have an early spring. 

Jack OUELLET 1927 - 2017

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Mr. Jack Ouellet passed away at Saint Brigid's Home in Quebec City on February 25, 2017, at the age of 89 years and 11 months.

Dennis Rioux and his military museum

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Dennis Rioux has an amazing personal collection of military artefacts. Everything from medals to uniforms and hats, buttons, crests, stamps, coins, dishes and even spoons! He also has many beautiful paintings of ships, as well as models of ships.

Looking at Kamouraska’s beautiful sunsets

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Photo: Lise Lafond
Jacques Cousteau once said: “Here in Kamouraska are the most beautiful sunsets in the world!” He must have seen these sunsets when he travelled to Quebec in 1980 to make a movie about the St. Lawrence River.

CBC launches new television series: Keeping Canada Safe

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Photo: Photo provided by CBC

Press release

Few things matter more to us than the safety of our families, our communities, and our country.

And now more than ever, whether we live in an urban centre under the pressure of increased security threats, or a remote community at the mercy of the elements, we are acutely aware that we cannot take our safety for granted.

Elvis convention marks 40th anniversary of his death

It may be a ways off, but if you’re keen on the King of Rock ‘n Roll, you’d best start making plans now for the annual Elvis Convention to be held in Quebec City on October 28.

Elvis Aaron Presley, born in Tupelo, Mississippi in 1935, died in his Graceland home in Memphis, Tennessee, on August 16, 1977, at age 42. This year marks the 40th anniversary of Presley’s death.

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