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Two wins in four games for St. Pat’s hockey teams

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Photo: Luc Lang

Something that has happened rarely this season, the two St. Patrick’s High Fighting Irish hockey teams were playing in the same arena at College Notre-Dame in Montreal and came back with a pair of wins in four games.

Sports briefs: Capitales, cross-country skiing and hockey

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Photo: Hockey Canada staff

The Quebec Capitales, of the Frontier Baseball League, acquired two new pitchers on Dec. 5. The Caps handed contracts to starting pitcher Yeudi Garcia and relief pitcher Frank Moscatiello.

SLC Lions hockey team go into the holidays tied for first

The CEGEP Champlain–St. Lawrence Lions hockey team will start 2020 tied for first place with the Cégep de Thetford Filons in the Northeast division of the Réseau du Sport Étudiant du Québec (RSEQ).

Shannon’s St. Joseph’s Chapel – 75 years blessed

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Photo: St. Joseph’s Chapel

On Dec. 1, St. Joseph’s Chapel in Shannon marked its 75th anniversary. Erected in 1944 on land leased from the Quebec Power Company for $1 a year, the chapel was a project spearheaded by the parishioners.

Scheer conundrum: Conservatives have a tortured history of ousting leaders

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To paraphrase Napoleon: “Never interrupt your enemy when he is in the process of destroying himself.”

This much mutated military maxim is surely on the minds of the wily strategists in the Liberal Party of Canada war room. And, make no mistake, being in command of a minority government of indefinite shelf-life, the party is on a perpetual war footing.

The first edition of Evenings with Leaders a success

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Photo: CEGEP Champlain–St. Lawrence

CEGEP Champlain–St. Lawrence held the first of its series of Evenings with Leaders on Nov. 14 in the iA Financial Group Auditorium. Students, alumni, partners and members of the community were invited.

SOS violence conjugale campaign targets young people

Because violence is not always striking…

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SOS violence conjugale recently launched a campaign aimed at raising awareness among 15-to-25-year-olds about the first signs of psychological violence. Well before the more obvious physical violence, a whole range of behaviours is already at work and paving the way.

The story behind Rue Eugène-Chinic

STREET VIEWS

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Photo: Wikimedia Commons - Public Domain

Guillaume-Eugène Chinic (1818-1889) was born in Quebec City. At a very early age, probably around 15, he began working for François-Xavier Méthot, who owned a hardware store on Rue Saint-Pierre. Méthot also ran a nail factory, a putty factory and a millstone factory.

In 1844 Chinic married Marie-Anne Leblond of Montreal. They had 12 children, only six of whom survived to adulthood.

MEMORIALS AND THINGS OF FAME

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Photo: Wikimedia Commons - Public Domain

December 3, 1819 – The Quebec Gazette
New Town

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