Highlights/quebec city

Environment

New trail provides spectacular views near Quebec City

On the eve of the holiday long weekend May 18-20, 2019, the Canadian government has announced new access for visitors to the Cap Tourmente National Wildlife Area, less than an hour away from Quebec City. The new trail includes stairs» 

International, Society

Mosque attack leaves Quebec City victims ‘in shock’

The shooting rampages at two mosques in New Zealand is particularly horrifying for survivors of a similar attack that killed six people in Quebec City on January 29, 2017. The New Zealand shooter had written the name of several killers» 

Society

Mosque attack commemorated across Canada

Ceremonies across Canada are being held to mark the day one year ago when a lone gunman walked into a Quebec City mosque and opened fire, killing six men and injuring 19. These are attended by people, officials and religious» 

Arts and Entertainment, Society

Quebec City designated UNESCO City of Literature

Quebec City has become the first French-speaking city to be designated a City of Literature by UNESCO’s Creative Cities Network, city officials and the Canadian Commission for UNESCO announced today. “Quebec City is the cradle of French-language culture in North America.» 

Economy, Internet, Science and Technology

A bridge too far.. too far gone.

Well, OK, that’s a bit of an exaggeration. The Quebec City bridge is not beyond repair, not ‘too far gone”, but it is in rough shape. With metal delamination and rusting, the structure is slowly being weakened. © Jean-Francois Nadequ/ Radio-Canada»