Saturday, November 12, 2016
Journeys Into The Impact and Legacy of Eric Lindros

The Impact and Legacy of Eric Lindros

Eric Lindros accomplished a lot in his career. He was a presence on  the ice – a force to be reckoned with. His accomplishments are being recognized as he is inducted into thre Hockey Hall of Fame. Unfortunately his career was cut short by concussions. Today he serves as  an advocate for research and standardizing practices Read Article

Posted by: Admin November 12, 20162:57 am
Wednesday, September 28, 2016
Journeys Into A Journey into Tadoussac: “Funky & Historic”

A Journey into Tadoussac: “Funky & Historic”

I came across a recent article suggesting that it might be worth a visit to Tadoussac. I was curious as I had known virtually nothing about the place. It seems the place comes as a surprise to many – the Huffington Post  suggests that it “isn’t one of the most popular tourist destinations in Canada, Read Article

Posted by: Admin September 28, 20165:42 pm
Thursday, January 21, 2016
Journeys Into The Prison Turned Library

The Prison Turned Library

Built over 200 years ago as a prison, the Morrin Centre is now one of Quebec’s most beautiful libraries. The building has been designated a National Historic Site of Canada. The site has housed four different functions: Royal Redoubt (1712–1808) Quebec City Common Gaol (1813–1868) Morrin College  (1862-c1902) Literary and Historical Society of Quebec (1868–present) In 2004, Read Article

Posted by: Admin January 21, 20161:20 am
Thursday, May 28, 2015
Journeys Into Farewell to Le Colisee

Farewell to Le Colisee

In a season in which we already said good-bye to Jean Beliveau, we now face the prospect of bid adieu to the “House that Jean Built”. The Colisee in Quebec will host its last hockey match on May 31, the Championship game of the 2015 Memorial Cup Tournament. It is the rink where hockey legend Read Article

Posted by: Admin May 28, 20153:54 pm