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Poetry project at La Tuque High School

Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for WEB-breakaway-logo.jpgSecondary 3 students at La Tuque High School spent the past few months working on their poetry, guided by writers Moe Clark and Greg Santos. The project was part of a program called "Writers in the Community," organized by the Quebec Writers' Federation. Our Rachelle Solomon spoke with the two writers, as well as with English teacher Martin Goudreault and some student poets.

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Students in La Tuque mark the town's 100th anniversary with a book

Activities continue in La Tuque as part of the 100th anniversary celebrations. Earlier this year, students at La Tuque High School put together a book about their town and about their school's history...

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A special bapstism in La Tuque

Last October, the people of La Tuque witnessed a sad event when the Anglican church, which served the English community in the town, was deconsecrated. But the church is still making sure people in the region get services, as we found out with an upcoming baptism...
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