Quebec Around the Web, May 25th, 2012

Quebec Around the Web, May 25th, 2012

Have a look at what’s being said about Quebec out there on the internet.

The links below will take you to external websites away from www.lifeinquebec.com.

Quebec Nordiques Facebook Fan Page
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Quebec City Firm to Illumibate the 100th Calgary Stampede
BlackOut design, a firm of young Quebec creators, is getting ready to perform a masterstroke in July. Its mission: to stupefy spectators at the 100th Calgary Stampede…
FinanzNachrichten

Touring Quebec City in the rain
The Weather Network

HMCS Ville de Quebec
The 440’ Frigate HMCS Ville de Quebec serves on missions protecting Canada’s sovereignty in the Atlantic Ocean and enforcing Canadian laws in its territorial sea and Exclusive Economic Zone.
Star Spangled Sailabration

Lévis School welcomes Ivujivik students
A group of Inuit student from Ivujivik enjoyed quite an experience earlier this month when they visited the Guillaume Couture secondary school in Lévis, near Quebec City, as part of that school’s annual exchange between students in its International Studies Program and a class in Nunavik.
Nunatsiaqonline

All 35 people stuck aboard cable cars near Quebec City safely back on the ground
QUEBEC CITY, Que. – Thirty-five people are safely on the ground after being stuck aboard a pair of cable cars at Montmorency Falls, about 10 kilometres northeast of Quebec City.
Winnipeg Free Press

Dale Hunter’s advice to Patrick Roy, from one junior coach to another
One of the hottest names on the coaching block this summer is none other than Patrick Roy, the great goaltender who starred for the Montreal Canadiens and Colorado Avalanche.
Since he ended his playing career he has taken over as the coach, general manager and co-owner of the Quebec Remparts, a member of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League in Quebec City.
CBS Sports Eye on Hockey

Oil Kings re-energize in Quebec City
SHAWINIGAN, Que. – On a sultry, sunny Saturday in May beside the statue of Samuel de Champlain on Quebec City’s historic Dufferin Terrace, a group of teenaged hockey players from Edmonton were oblivious to the saxophonist playing a soulful version of Besame Mucho for the Victoria Day weekend tourists.
Vancouver Sun

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