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Here’s one about potential traps strewn across unfamiliar cultural landscapes. As recounted by the National Post, a French author and a French publishing house with a popular series of children’s books set in Quebec got it wrong...
Euthanasia has always been a controversial topic. Proponents see it as a simple, logical route to a “good death”, as found in the word’s Greek roots. After all, we all die. Offering a less painful exit (in appropriate...
NCPR’s David Sommerstein already brought you the story of Quebec’s Strategic reserve of Maple Syrup. Reports of a major theft of syrup from a warehouse connected to that reserve were mentioned in an In Box post early this September. In...
I generally hunt and gather an odd array of topics and try to give politics a bit of a rest. But no mercy today, because of a provincial election called this past week. The last time Quebec hit the radar screen in the U.S., Montreal was gripped by a...
Reports in Ontario and Quebec indicate fruit crops have been heavily damaged by this spring’s weather fluctuations. As summarized by the Globe and Mail: Extreme weather over the past few months has had a devastating impact on fruit growers...
News stories tagged with "quebec"
Nov 13, 2002 — Scientists are testing a wolf-like carcass found on the south side of the St. Lawrence River, in Quebec. Some researchers say a small pack of wolves might be living in the wilderness just north of the U.S-Vermont border. Brian Mann has details. Go to full article
Nov 07, 2002 — Todd Moe talks with Native American writer and storyteller Joseph Bruchac, who speaks tonight at St. Lawrence University (Griffiths Arts Center, Room 123, 7:30 pm). His talk will examine the controversial 1759 raid by Robert Rogers on the Abenaki natives, at their village on the St. Francis River in Quebec. The event is also the subject of Bruchac's new historical novel, The Winter People. Go to full article
Sep 27, 2002 — Transportation giant Bombardier announced today that the company will lay off six percent of its workforce. The move is a blow to the economy in Quebec, where more than a thousand jobs will go. Brian Mann reports it appears that the decision will affect plants in Vermont, but not in New York. Go to full article
by Karen DeWitt
Jul 09, 2002 — People in most parts of New York State noticed a haze and smog this weekend, caused by fires in the Canadian province of Quebec. While the change of wind patterns meant clearer air on Monday, health organizations that monitor air quality say there could be more unhealthy air coming this week. Karen Dewitt reports. Go to full article
May 23, 2002 — Governor Pataki and Quebec Premier Bernard Landry agreed on Wednesday to spend tens of millions of dollars developing cross-border trade. The pact followed the first-ever New York-Quebec summit. Brian Mann reports from Plattsburgh.
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May 17, 2002 — Today is Syttende Mai, Constitution Day in Norway. To celebrate, our resident Norseman Todd Moe tours the new Vikings exhibit at the Canadian Museum of Civilization in Hull, Quebec, and chats with two Norwegian experts on Viking culture. The exhibition celebrates the rich Viking legacy and recalls the Viking arrival in North America 1,000 years ago. Go to full article
Oct 01, 2001 — Last week, a group of Mohawk singers and dancers performed at SUNY Plattsburgh. The Keepers of the Eastern Door come from Kahnawake, a small town in Quebec on the south shore of the St. Lawrence River. Their performance mingles tradition with the dancers' personal styles. Brian Mann reports. Go to full article
Jul 18, 2001 — It's Shakespeare on the air! Todd Moe talks with members of the Repercussion Theatre of Montreal. They're in Potsdam for a performance of Twelfth Night in Ives Park tonight. Go to full article