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EQLC fills important education niche in Quebec-region

Main pic: Susan Faguy – Director of the Eastern Québec Learning Centre. Photo credit: Mitch Vandenborn. Mitch Vandenborn interviews Susan Faguy, Director of the Eastern Québec Learning Centre. Between classes

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$100 million found to paint Pont de Québec

The three levels of government have unearthed $100 million for the painting of the Quebec Bridge. They ask Canadian National (CN) to pay the other half of the $200 million

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Bill 20 set to reduce salaries for underperforming doctors

The Minister of Health Dr. Gaétan Barrette financially penalizes family doctors for not taking enough patients or not seeing them often enough. Dr. Gaétan Barrette announced Friday the outline of

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Early start to ski season interrupted at Stoneham

Stoneham (Quebec) 18 November 2014 – Last Monday we posted that the ski centres in and around Quebec City had started up their 2014 season earlier than ever with even

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Reduced cost for vehicle registration for the next 3 years

Main pic: Quebec license plate / Plaque d’immatriculation québécoise. Photo credit: Lionel Bartel Quebec City (Quebec) 28 November 2014 – It’s not often we get good news from our governing bodies,

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Promoting Islam in Quebec City

Main pic: Sarah Cherki of the Ahmadiyya Muslim community speaks to Quebecers during an information session on Islam. Photo credit: Ruby Pratka If there has ever been an easy time to

Arts & Culture

It’d be criminal to miss Witness for the Prosecution

Main pic: Courtroom scene from Witness for the Prosecution. Photo credit: Normand Brassard A review of the Quebec Art Company’s (QAC) interpretation of Agatha Christie’s ‘Witness for the Prosecution.’ Performances

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Mandatory student union adhesion being disputed

Students – do you want the right to choose whether or not you join your respective student union? Quebec City (Quebec) 27 November 2014 – Right now in Quebec when

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No more free ambulance rides for seniors

Quebec City (Quebec) 27 November 2014 – With all the talk of budget cuts and spending restraints that the province is going through these days it has just been announced

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Axe falling on Quebec government expenses

Quebec City (Quebec) 26 November 2014 – A report tabled by a Government spending revision Commission on Monday of this week announced that the Quebec Government has to reduce its

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ESSO to be sued after Quebec basement flooded with heating oil

Quebec City (Quebec) 26 November 2014 – The owners of a small apartment block in the Saint Sacrement area of town are suing the petroleum giant ESSO for about $80,000.00.

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A new DUI test, in case you’re driving while drugged

Quebec City (Quebec) 25 November 2014 – As if the breathalyser test wasn’t enough, there is a new ‘out to getcha’ gadget to determine whether or not you’re driving under

Business News

Don’t have car, but need one in a hurry – maybe Car2Go is the solution

Let the transport revolution commence! Quebec City (Quebec) 25 November 2014 – There is a new player coming to town for those people who like to have a car at

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19th Community Christmas Hamper Campaign Launched

PRESS RELEASE For 19 years now, the English-speaking community (of the Quebec City region – ed.) has been jointly coordinating the success of a Community Christmas Hamper Campaign for families