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More online resources and a video about North America’s oldest newspaper, Quebec Telegraph-Chronicle

Today, North America’s oldest surviving newspaper, the Quebec Telegraph-Chronicle, celebrates its 250th anniversary. It was originally published as a bilingual newspaper, called The Quebec Gazette – La Gazette de Québec. And I have discovered even more about the history of this publication … Continue reading

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Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph plaque unveiled

To mark the 250th anniversary of the founding of the Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph (formerly the Quebec Gazette), a plaque was unveiled on Monday at the newspaper’s former home at the corner of Buade and du Trésor. It was in that building that the … Continue reading

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North America’s oldest newspaper, the Quebec-Chronicle Telegraph, turns 250 years old

Extra! Extra! Read all about it! Happy 250th anniversary to North America’s oldest continuous-running newspaper, the Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph. Originally published as a bilingual newspaper, called The Quebec Gazette – La Gazette de Québec, the newspaper was founded in Quebec City on June 21, … Continue reading

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