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Memorials and Things of Fame


The Morning Chronicle

Rouge et Or win the Dunsmore Cup

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Laval University's Rouge et Or football team won their ninth consecutive Dunsmore Cup championship on Saturday under snowy conditions, besting rival Montreal's Carabins 30-7.

Game MVP Sébastien Lévesque scored two spectacular running touchdowns of 45 and 85 yards. Included above is his 85-yard touchdown.

WW II veteran Capt. Robert Gilbert shares his memories

Photo: Photo provided by Robert Gilbert

On Friday, November 11, a group of Quebec High School students hung on every word as Capt. Robert Gilbert (retired), age 90, recounted his past as a member of the 1st Canadian Parachute Battalion which took part in OPERATION VARSITY during World War II.

Gilbert told them about the three different missions the Battalion was a part of in France, Holland and Germany.

The QuebeCrime Festival enjoys a successful first chapter

Photo: Photo: Guy Dubois


Photo: Guy Dubois


Afternoon Tea at Trinity Church


Trinity Church would like to thank the community for their support at our Remembrance Day Tea and Sale held on November 6th. It was most successful and a good time of community fellowship was enjoyed by all.

Thank You, Margaret Oman (President)

Arts Matters interview with conductor Andreas Delfs at the Morrin Centre


Please join us at the Morrin Centre on Tuesday, November 22 at 7:00 p.m. as we hold the next in our series of Arts Matters conductor interview series.

Prostate Cancer Awareness Campaign at QHS

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Photo: Photo: Submited by QHS

The month previously known as November will see a name change as "Movember" has officially hit Quebec High School. Movember is the term now used for the month-long prostate cancer awareness campaign going on around the world.

Radio-Canada exhibit opens at the Musée de la Civilisation

Photo: Photo: Amanda Halm


Morrin Centre hosts Literary Feast

Photo: Photo: Louise Leblanc

The Morrin Centre held its third annual fundraising dinner, the Literary Feast, on Thursday, November 3. Guests were welcomed into the library where they enjoyed champagne cocktails, while drinking in the ambiance of the evening.

Q&A with Major Stéphane Briand on military life, Remembrance Day, and the treatment of soldiers in Quebec


On Remembrance Day, November 11, the country will come together, forming a figurative field of poppies to honour soldiers who have fallen or were injured in combat.