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Lord delivers preliminary draft on state of bilingualism

Historic Domaine Cataraqui to house hotel-tourism school

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Photo: Mike Rishitnyk

The city of Quebec is placing its money in building for a bigger future in tourism. Domaine Cataraqui, currently managed by the Commission de la capital nationale du Québec (CCNQ), will soon be home to l’École hôtelière de la Capitale.

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Scaredy Squirrel helps his own author conquer her fears

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Mélanie Watt took a big step in sending her school project to Kids Can Press — the result was the beginning of her Scaredy Squirrel adventures.

Into her third book, Scaredy Squirrel at the Beach, Watt is still getting used to the character’s success. The rodent has a following from children to adults.

CQSB welcomes student teachers

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“Let such teach others who themselves excel.”

Alexander Pope (1688-1744)

Once again this year the Central Québec School Board has welcomed four student teachers from Bishop’s University into their schools, allowing them to complete their 3-week practicum.

Quebec: A City and Its Artists at Musée

The Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec has launched Québec: A City and Its Artists, an exhibit featuring over 160 works by 22 artists who were born or lived in Quebec City between 1670 and 1970.

QHS students take to the stage

Teamwork is the key to a fantastic musical theatre production, and audiences should get set for a fantastic production of the musical Annie, staged by an enthusiastic team of students of Quebec High School (QHS).

At QHS, outstanding shows by the music theatre course are a tradition and are well attended by both the school community and the greater English community.

School boards have vital role to play

School board administrators from across the province spent last weekend defending their work to Quebec’s Minister of Education, Recreation and Sport Michelle Courshesne.

Montreal school sends cheque to buy shoes for Afghan children

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Photo: Eric Van der Wee

Students at The Sacred Heart School of Montreal jumped on board the Shoes for Afghanistan campaign. The private girls’ school held a Miss Shoeniverse Contest to raise funds to purchase footwear for needy feet overseas.