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Review: Louis T – Objectivement Parlant

By Carrianne Bell. Recently, at the Théâtre Petit-Champlain, Louis T debuted Objectivement Parlant, his one man show. With a province-wide tour beginning this week, he brought down the house with

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After worst cargo season in years, St. Lawrence Seaway opens for shipping

MONTREAL — After the worst cargo season in years, shippers traversing the Great Lakes are expecting a rise in volumes this season as the St. Lawrence Seaway opened Monday, but

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Review: Soirée masculine – Four guys and four guitars at Palais Montcalm

By Job Patstone On the evening of March 18 at Palais Montcalm, in downtown Quebec City, we were treated to a show which is part of a series entitled ‘Vitrines

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Quebec Art Company doubles down with farce from acclaimed Canadian playwright Norm Foster

Self-Help in rehearsal: From left, Ladd Johnson, Patricia Grimaud, Johanne Morin and Stephen Desjardins. The Quebec Art Company production of the Norm Foster play takes to the stage at Holland

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Celebrating the Study of Canadian Literature: Past, Present and Future

Two talks by invited professors will be open free of charge to the public at the upcoming “Canadian Literatures and Time” conference to be held March 23 and March 24,

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Montreal’s McCord Museum resurrects forgotten fashion moments of Expo 67

 A worker puts the finishing touches on an exhibit of Expo 67 fashion at the McCord Museum, Friday, March 10, 2017 in Montreal.THE CANADIAN PRESS/Ryan Remiorz. MONTREAL — Fifty years

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Reconstruction of the Centre des loisirs Omer-Cousineau in Rougemont planned for 2017

Government of Canada supports the municipality of Rougemont’s project. ROUGEMONT, QUEBEC–(Marketwired – March 10, 2017) – Acting on behalf of the Honourable Navdeep Bains, Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic

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Review: Nick Payne’s Constellations – The Infinite Possibilities of Love

Photo: Constellations présentée au Trident du 6 mars au 2 avril. Crédit Stéphane Bourgeois.  By Aurélie Roy Constellations was written by English playwright Nick Payne in 2012. It has been played

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Review: Disney On Ice Passport to Adventure at the Videotron Centre, Quebec City

We all know Disney and love (most of) their characters and films, so it was with great delight that the family geared up for an evening out involving many of

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Maison de la culture de Gatineau: Revitalizing an Important Cultural Centre in Gatineau

GATINEAU, QUEBEC–(Marketwired – March 8, 2017) – Department of Canadian Heritage Steven MacKinnon, Member of Parliament (Gatineau), today announced that the Ville de Gatineau will receive $401,725 in funding to

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Festival d’été de Québec 2017 Line up: 50 names for 50 years!

Québec City, Wednesday, March 8, 2017 – At noon today on our socials, the Festival d’été de Québec announced the names of the 50 artists highlighting its 50th anniversary celebrations. Kicking

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Trade Mission to Los Angeles – Montréal: A major one-stop production hub for the film and television industry

MONTRÉAL, March 5, 2017 /CNW Telbec/ – Ms. Manon Gauthier, the Ville de Montréal executive committee member responsible for culture, heritage, design, Space for Life and the status of women,

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Montreal casino head chef choice raises controversy

Culinary critic Thierry Daraize deplores the controversy surrounding the choice of chef Joël Robuchon. The Casino de Montréal has fetched the “Sidney Crosby” of gastronomy to run their new controversial

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Jean-Michel Anctil: Does Your Funny Bone Need a Tickle?

Review by Carrianne Bell Jean-Michel Anctil might look like an average Joe, but he is anything but average. Appearing in his fourth show, Je4n Michel, he packed the house at