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Travel Brigade takes you on a trip that gets as close as you can to the European experience while still in North America - Quebec City, Canada. Visit the Old City that dates back to 1608 and look down from the Chateau Frontenac onto the St. Lawrence River. Check out summer performances by Cirque du Soleil, music festivals and a gigantic projection show called the "Image Mill." We'll also head out to Tadoussac for whale watching and visit Grosse Ile, Canada's Ellis Island. As always, we'll have our "Hot Topics in Travel" and "He Said, She Said" segments.
Québec City (French: Ville de Québec) is the capital of the Canadian province of Quebec. As of 2011, the city has a population of 516,622, and the metropolitan area has a population of 765,706, making it the second most populous city in Quebec after Montreal, which is about 233 kilometres (145 mi) to the southwest.
The narrowing of the Saint Lawrence River proximate to the city's promontory, Cap-Diamant (Cape Diamond), and Lévis, on the opposite bank, provided the name given to the city, Kébec, an Algonquin word meaning "where the river narrows". Founded in 1608 by Samuel de Champlain, Quebec City is one of the oldest cities in North America. The ramparts surrounding Old Quebec (Vieux-Québec) are the only remaining fortified city walls that still exist in the Americas north of Mexico, and were declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1985 as the 'Historic District of Old Québec'.
Transformed Traveler visits Quebec City with Francois Giguere and Dr. Brigitte Beaudry. Listen to their adventures through their five senses as they recall fond memories of a city they love so well.
Francois is the former General Manager for the Colorado Avalanche hockey team.
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Vlad Tepes joins us today ~ and we have some very interesting news from Canada in that an Influential muslim intimates veiled threats to Quebec if they do not pass Bill 59 (a bill which would protect moslems from criticism).
Vlad Tepes: http://vladtepesblog.com
WE DEEPLY APOLOGISE FOR THE TECHNICAL ISSUES... Thank you for your patience and loyalty ~ Tim and Kel... And we are grateful to Vlad...
Welcome to Infidels Are Watching, with your Hosts, Kel Fritzi and Tim Burton, where we strive to educate about a threat…called Political Islam. We ARE the Freedom Loving Infidels.
We don't offer honourifics to the mohammedans here. They are simply known as The Scourge.
We give you the tools to do the homework, and further educate others in the hope that there will be a united Global Understanding in that Islam continues to be the greatest threat facing Western Democracies today.
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THE TURBULENT YEARS...1906-1912...
Leading up to the turbulent years, did you know that the Ferris Wheel-1893 was erected by IRONWORKERS in Chicago, Illinois and the IRONWORKERS dismantled the wheel in 1894.
The first issue of the 'THE BRIDGEMEN'S MAGAZINE' was priced at $1.00 per year-paid in advance. The Masthead proclaimed it the 'THE OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF BRIDGE AND STRUCTUAL IRONWORKERS. Today the magazine is known as 'THE IRONWORKER.'
1905...employ only UNION IRONWORKERS.
1906...work being erected through the U.S. and Canada...safety continued to be a high factor for members.
1906, several resolutions requested at the 10th Int'l Convention...etc.
1907, delegates adopted...etc.
Quebec Bridge Disaster...etc.
1908...The 12th International Convention...etc.
Join us for PWR SLAM! Each & Every Wednesday Night at 9 PM EST / 8 PM CS. This week we talk to a revolutionary, an ambassador, a model and a gentleman. Several of these actually describes one person. In our spotlight, Koby Rutland from Bodyslam Media Productions will join us to talk about the two shows they will be running this weekend with some top name talent, including WWE Hall Of Fame member Jerry The King Lawler. Also joining us from Bodyslam will be wrestler Andy Dalton. We will then be joined by former WWE star Sylvain Grenier. Sylvain's career in WWE spanned a number of incarnations, from the anti American revolutionary in La Resistance to Sylvan the Model to Sylvain, Ambassador From Quebec. Now of course when you put a guy from Quebec, an opinionated female from Toronto, and a host from the city of the Stanley Cup champions, there will be hockey talk and it might turn into verbal fisticuffs. Speaking of fisticuffs, our featured guest knows how to put his up in the classical sense. Eric Right, known as The Gentleman Brawler, is one of the most unique wrestlers on the scene today. Coming down to the ring in a robe and towel, with a handlebar mustache and the low cut boots of the early days of wrestling, Eric combines the look with a skill that has made him one of the people you just can't miss. Gaining national exposure as part of the roster of Paragon Pro Wrestling, we will talk about the changes in Eric's personna from where he started to where he is now and what he sees for the future of The Gentleman Brawler. As always, Sean, Steve and Katie welcome your questions via our chat room by joining Blog Talk Radio (FREE of Charge), Skype or phone at (347) 826-9418. Please remember all calls and the chat will be screened. ***ALL CALLS MAY BE SUBJECT TO SCREENING & TIME RESTRICTIONS*** Join us as we Brawl Like A Gentleman (And One Lady) for what promises to be 3 FULL hours of Fantabulous Fandemonium Indytainment!
Select Sports / September 3rd
Jerry Chiles discuss the MLB and NHL topics and answer questions that you may have at 9pm ET / 6pm PT
* Las Vegas & Quebec City in 3rd stage of expansion process
* Russia fined $85K for skipping Canada’s anthem
* Flames / Mark Giordano agree to 6-year deal
* Al Arbour dies at 82
* Winner of the Atlantic Division (East)
* Winner of the Metropolitan Division (East)
* Winner of the Central Division (West)
* Winner of the Pacific Division (West)
* Stanley Cup Finalists
* Stanley Cup Winner
* MLB won’t reinstate Shoeless Joe Jackson
* Vin Scully to retire after 2016 season
* Blue Jays hire Mark Shapiro as team President
* Fan falls to death in Atlanta
* Cubs acquire struggling reliever Fernando Rodney from Mariners
* Dodgers send rubber and dirt from mound to Jake Arrieta to honor no-hitter
* Royals players diagnosed with chickenpox
* Winner of AL East / Central / West
* Winner of NL East / Central / West
* AL Pennant Winner
* NL Pennant Winner
* World Series Champion
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Listen in as Host Michael Harris talks with selling artist Madeleine Turgeon. Canadian born multidisciplinary artist, Madeleine Turgeon has worked in the visual arts since 1995. After initially studying agricultural sciences at McGill University, she went on to visual arts studies at the Ontario College of Art & Design University in Toronto. As nothing is lost and all is created... she abandoned agricultural sciences in 1988 to devote herself fully to an artistic career, while keeping the passion for nature that inspires her. Alongside her creative work, she worked in the graphics and communications world for several graphic art agencies in Ontario, Alberta and Quebec. Graphics enabled her to deepen her grasp of the art of visual communication by adding forceful imagery to the power of words, combining technical expertise with the rigour of digital art. Enriched by much travel and study abroad, Madeleine Turgeon developed a unique style and also gained the fluency and spontaneity that allow her to explore mixed media painting and mosaic with equal facility and sensitivity.
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Contemporary Art Gallery Online continues each month with their monthly art competitions and exhibitions. Go to www.ContemporaryArtGalleryOnline.com, and Click on the Art Competition tab for details.
Welcome to the radio ministry of Bethel Life International Fellowship and B.L.I.F. Network
Thank you for joining us tonight for another episode of "Let's Talk About Jesus". I am your host, Bishop Melveeta Harewood; Second Presiding Bishop of Bethel Life International Fellowship, headquartered in Austin, Quebec, Canada. Joining me tonight is Elder Barbara Royetr and Minister Debbie Weston of Brooklyn, NY (USA), Senior Administrative Assistant at B.L.I.F.
We will continue in the Book of Acts, chapter 7. First we will revisit verses 42 through 53 as Stephen reviews the history of Israel's rejection of God's chosen deliverers. We will discuss the charges against Israel. Then, we will move to the next part of our discussion and study beginning with verse 54 through verse 60: A study of martyrdom. Please have your Bible to follow along and you may also want to take notes.
At BLIF Network we desire to make it clear that what is written in the Bible is very relevant to the Body of Christ and our Christian walk today.
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May the Grace & Peace of God the Father be with you always. +David R. Harewood & +Melveeta Grooms Harewood