June 26 2019 Edition

Congratulations to Quebec High School class of 2019

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Photo: Cassandra Kerwin

 

J-C Poitras and Libby Oliver examine fashion statements at MCQ

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Photo: Cassandra Kerwin

Fashion, clothing, photography, cinema, family and travels complete the summer program at the Musée de la Civilisation (MCQ). Until Sept. 20, visitors can admire the significant and influential fashion pieces designed by Jean-Claude Poitras and Libby Oliver’s intimate photographs of people wearing their entire wardrobe.

Moving Day, with or without your pet

SAVING THE PLANET ONE WEEK AT A TIME

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Photo: Lise Lafond

July 1, as we all know, is Canada Day, but it’s also Moving Day in the province of Quebec. Seventy per cent of leases expire on this date and many people pack up and move on the same day.

Living the zero-waste life: On holiday

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Photo: Lorie Pierce

The best of habits can go out the window when you’re on vacation, including efforts to reduce the waste you produce. When you’re on the go, take-out food and drink are so convenient. So too, are the disposable travel-size plastic bottles of toiletries. But before you know it, you’ve left a trail of styrofoam containers, coffee cups and plastic wrappers in your wake.

Community Calendar

Wednesday, June 26 at 12:05 p.m. – Musical Wednesdays, the first of a series of 10 weekly concerts at Chalmers-Wesley United Church, 78 Rue Sainte-Ursule in Old Quebec, will feature organist Jacquelin Rochette. Free admission. Donations welcome. Door prize draw for a $25 gift certificate from the Café de Paris.

Capitales get hot at the right time as Shikoku Island comes to town

The Can-Am Baseball League’s Capitales de Québec got back the pleasure of winning as they finished a four-game series sweep against the Champions in Ottawa on June 23.

Numa Amun paintings integrated into MNBAQ walls

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Photo: Peter Black

The eight paintings by enigmatic Montreal artist Numa Amun chosen for an exhibit at the Musée National des Beaux-Arts du Québec (MNBAQ) are impressive individually and collectively.

Meet Le Bataillon, Quebec’s new football team

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Photo: Le Bataillon de Québec Facebook page

A brand-new team has been added to a well established provincial junior football league. What was lacking for years in Quebec City will be corrected officially on Aug. 24 when the newly formed team, Le Bataillon of Quebec City, hosts the Laval Junior Bulldogs in their first-ever game in the Quebec Major Junior Football League (QMJFL).

Three players from the Quebec area get the call at the NHL draft

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Photo: QMJHL

When you’re a kid playing hockey, no matter where you are, you dream of playing in the National Hockey League. You dream of playing for the famous Montreal Canadiens, or with Sidney Crosby of the Pittsburgh Penguins. You close your eyes at night, imagining that you score the winning goal in the seventh game of the final and that you get your hands on the Stanley Cup, the Holy Grail of hockey.

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