Saturday March 9, 2013
Categories: Music, Performance, Volunteering
Saturday February 23, 2013
Officer Marc Ratte is taking the plunge for the first time in his life. He joins Sonali Karnick this morning on the phone as he prepares to jump into Lac St-Louis later today.
(Jonathan Hayward/Canadian Press)
Monday January 7, 2013
The Château Ramezay in Old Montreal was built in 1705, and it was the very first building designated an historic monument in Quebec. It was also selected by an international team of historians and journalists as one of the "1001 Historic Sites You Must See Before You Die." (Photo courtesy of Château Ramezay)
This month, the Château Ramezay is looking for volunteer history guides, and they'll train you for 9 weeks to get you ready. Jim Little is the coordinator of the English Guides Preparatory Course at the Château and he spoke with Elizabeth Robertson this morning.