July 6 2016 Edition

Canada Day display lights up Quebec City's skyline

Quebec City celebrates Canada Day on the Plains of Abraham

Photo: Shirley Nadeau

The Plains of Abraham were bustling with children, parents and friends who were gathered to celebrate our heritage, the richness of our history, and pride in our identity. 

Students exhibit their work at Plains of Abraham Museum

Photo: Cassandra Kerwin

On June 28, the National Battlefields Commission inaugurated the annual Student Masterworks exhibit at the Plains of Abraham Museum. For the eighth year, elementary and high school students came to the Museum to present reproductions of paintings and art objects dating back to the 16th century.

Arts Alive! celebrates creativity and community

Photo: Sarah Barclay

As a complement to all the goings-on around town for Canada Day and Quebec City’s 408th anniversary celebrations, the Morrin Centre hosted its second annual Arts Alive! festival from July 1 to 3.

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The story behind Rue du Niagara

Photo: Bill Cox

Rue du Niagara is named after the spectacular waterfalls on the river of the same name on the border between Ontario and New York State. The famous Horseshoe Falls are on the Canadian side of the border. 

The Monastère des Augustines launches its summer cultural program

In the wings of the former Hotel-Dieu monastery, the Monastère des Augustines has been completely restored and refurbished, and now offers visitors a unique opportunity to learn about the heritage of the Augustinian sisters from a secular standpoint.

Exploring the urban forest at Sarbayä

When it comes to nature adventures and local ecotourism, a number of places just a couple of hours’ drive from Quebec City come to mind. However, there is an urban park thrilling visitors right here in town, under our noses, or over our heads as it were.

Youth Corps bring their explosive joy to Quebec City

Photo: Sarah Barclay

The Bridge United Pentecostal Church touched down in Quebec City last week with  group of 64 young people from across North America. The purpose of their visit? To engage in community service and perform a series of free gospel concerts at the Centre communautaire Lucien-Borne.

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