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Occupation Double Comes on Strong

In the absence of the popular TV show Tout le Monde en Parle, Occupation Double performed strongly in the ratings war on Sunday, surpassing the l’ADISQ gala by about 400,000 viewers.

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The Festival d’été de Québec and 3 E – Driving the Local Economy

Québec City, October 30, 2012 – Eleven days of music, more than 300 different shows, huge enthusiastic crowds night after night, a wall that Québec is not soon to forget,

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Homegrown Sessiuns and Great Craic in the Quartier

Article and photos by Catherine McKenna A spin on your heels to the right from rue St-Jean down onto Ste-Geneviève in the Faubourg, and you’ll find Pub Nelligan’s (after the Québécois

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Desserts Santé Competition

We have 2 copies of Annik de Celles’ fabulous new book ‘Desserts Santé’ to give away. And here’s how we’re going to do it: You have 2 chances to win a

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82-Year Old Christmas Tree Felled

An 82-year old tree has been cut down on the land of a young couple in Sawyerville, Estrie. The tree measures 22 metres which is 4 metres higher than the one from last

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Historical Society of Quebec Launches Writing Contest

The Historical Society of Quebec has launched its sixth writing contest. Historian Jacques Lacoursière accepted the honorary presidency of the 2013 edition which is aimed at secondary three and four students.

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A Legend in the Making

Article by Sarah Williams Photos courtesy of 10th Ave Productions While Toronto, Vancouver and Montreal battle it out for the title of Hollywood North, an ambitious production company in Quebec

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Sweet Success

Sweet Success Article by Sarah Williams Photos courtesy of Créations Les Gumes, photos by Véronique Boisjoly Once upon a time, a young mother was faced with a difficult pregnancy… Diagnosed

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Gilmour Hill to Close for Winter on November 1st

Winter Closing of Gilmour Hill – November 1st Quebec, October 29, 2012 – The National Battlefields Commission informs motorists that Gilmour Hill will be closed from November 1st until mid-April. However,

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The AquaGym Now Bears the Name of Elise Marcotte

At only 24-years old and a newly retired Olympian, Elise Marcotte, was immortalized recently in L’Ancienne-Lorette, as her name now adorns the new multigenerational centre and pool in her hometown. The AquaGym Elise Marcotte

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Cruise Season Comes to an End

The cruise season has come to an end in Quebec City. The last ship of the season, the Norwegian Dawn, docked Friday morning at 6 o’clock. The Norwegian Dawn arrived in

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Old Quebec Invaded by Zombies

The streets of Old Quebec were transformed into a giant cemetery last Friday night, while many people were dressed up as zombies, walking through the city. Living Dead Events and Productions, with

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When One Becomes Two on Grande Allée Ouest

Even prestigious residential areas are not immune to building work. The owner of 1010, Grande Allée West, former residence of the Lieutenant Governor, wants to build two houses on his

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Bratsch Dates Across Quebec

After a highly successful showing in Quebec eaerlier this year, Bratsch are back for more. The acclaimed quintet Rom, klezmer, and jazz inspired, Bratsch are back on this side of the Atlantic to