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Arts & Culture Reviews

Pouring Despair and Torrential Hope: Andrew Bovell’s Quand la pluie s’arrêtera and the Intricacy of Family Ties

Aurélie Roy for Life in Québec. Written by Australian playwright Andrew Bovell in 2009, Quand la pluis s’arrêtera (original title When the Rain Stops Falling) is presented for the first

Food & Drink News Reviews

Nourcy and La Ferme de Quatre-Temps join hands in Quebec City

Life in Quebec was invited back to the Commissariat restaurant in Quebec City for a wine and aperitif event to announce that two big names in the food industry here in

Arts & Culture

RENT in Quebec City

Quebec, January, 2018 – On the 19th of January at 7:30 p.m. and the 20th at both 2:30 and 7:30 p.m., the As de Choeur Theatre Company invites you into

Business News

Sépaq reveals spectacular results, a renewed strategic vision, and a brand-new trademark image

QUÉBEC CITY, Jan. 17, 2018 /CNW Telbec/ – Sépaq is unveiling the results of the attractiveness and accessibility strategies put forward over the last few years, as well as a

International National News

Astronaut Steve MacLean is the new Ambassador of the Federation of Quebec Alzheimer Societies

MONTREAL, Jan. 16, 2018 /CNW/ – “I have always been involved in health research, when I was an astronaut and still today. As part of my two missions in space,

Business News

The “Incredible Maple” Campaign – Rediscovering Maple from Québec!

LONGUEUIL, QC, Jan. 16, 2018 /CNW Telbec/ – The Federation of Québec Maple Syrup Producers (FPAQ) has launched its very first integrated communications campaign to invite Quebecers to rediscover maple

Business News

Murray Dalfen named a category winner of EY Entrepreneur of the Year 2017 Quebec

Murray Dalfen, CEO of Dalfen America Corp (DAC) was announced a category winner at the EY Entrepreneur of the Year 2017 Quebec. Murray Dalfen accepted the award at a black-tie


Caregiver needed in Quebec City area now

Family seeking immediate support with Stage 1 Dementia family member. $25/hour  4 hours a day / 4 days a week (Caregiver can choose the 4 days) If interested please email


How to Use Technology to Boost Studies

In today’s time and age, competition has become fierce, and books are not the only source to gain information and knowledge for studies. A pupil always needs more sources at


A two-year old Labernese is helping Montreal’s homeless

The Mira Foundation has debuted Argon, the first dog to be assigned to a homeless shelter full-time. His job is to provide some comfort to the transients. A Dog Helping

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Verdun families took advantage of the cold and built a rink!

Families in Verdun took their summer statement seriously: they said that if enough snow came, they would build a rink. The neighbourhood kids love it! Front-Yard Hockey Rink for Verdun

News Politics

The STM in Montreal is looking to get 300 new hybrid buses

As part of her pledge to be the mayor of mobility, Valérie Plante is excited about 300 new hybrid buses coming to Montreal. She has pledged to help pay. 300

Business News

Cryptocurrency miners are coming to Quebec in droves

Cryptocurrency miners are flocking to Quebec in order to set up shop. There are many reasons for this interest, one being the cold climate of the province. Cryptocurrency Miners are


The Ice Hotel in Quebec had a fire scare recently

Quebec’s Ice Hotel recently got hit by fire, something which is apparently the norm after extreme weather conditions. No one was hurt in the blaze. Quebec Ice Hotel Ravaged by