May 28 2008 Edition

St. Vincent’s seeks new place to play

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St. Vincent’s seeks new place to play

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Photo: Shirley Picknell

For most schoolchildren, swinging, sliding and see-sawing trump reading, writing and arithmetic. While administrators, governing board members and parents at St. Vincent Elementary school may not entirely agree, they think the kids’ free play is pretty important too. The school is organizing fundraising efforts toward expanding the playground at the back of the school.

“Hurricane Hazel” hits Quebec twice in May

Photo: Scott French

English Quebecers go down the brain drain

Quebec Community Groups Network Pre-sident Robert Donnelly recently appeared before the House of Commons Standing Committee on Official Languages to address several pressing issues in Quebec’s English-language communities.

By-law harmonization hits a dissonant note - QC’s billboards to be banned

The city of Quebec and groups representing the city’s business interests are clashing over new uniform municipal by-laws slated for all eight city boroughs. A meeting with municipal officials on Thursday left many business groups scrambling to prepare a report for the city-imposed deadline of June 13.

QCT wins Best Ad award

The Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph is happy to announce a strong showing at this year’s Quebec Community Newspapers Association Awards Gala. QCT won first prize for an ad by Dominique Paquette advertising the St.Pat’s Fighting Irish football games last September.

Memorials and Things of Fame


The Morning Chronicle

J H.H. class of ‘48 reunites


We met in 1945, a group of young ladies from different provinces and backgrounds, embarking on our studies to become nurses, and not quite sure what was ahead of us. We soon found out!

Shalom Quebec shares 400 years of jewish history

Same Cloth, Different Threads: The Jews of Quebec City 1608-2008 will take visitors on an historical tour, at the Gare du Palais, as part of Exposition Shalom Quebec’s 400th anniversary celebrations.

After two and a half years of work, Shalom Quebec executive director Simon Jacobs is finally seeing “that crazy vision and the goals [he] set out to achieve come to life.”

Roberts writes guide for going green gradually

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Photo: Terri Schlichenmeyer

Every time you turn around, someone mentions “going green.” All that talk is making you positively blue.

You already recycle. You buy organic, you re-use grocery bags, and saving gas is a no-brainer.

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