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Imagine a delicious fruit punch alcoolized, shared with friends, when you can discuss, dissect, emit opinions on any topic you wish to. Those discussions, posted on this site, are for all atheists and on top, with, maybe the savor and flavor of Quebec.

Pour qui désire démarrer, participer, commenter ou traduire en français, vous êtes plus que bienvenus.

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Latest Activity: Oct 10, 2016


Anybody, everybody can have a say in it and anything can be discussed: religious issues, ethics, Quebec, Canadian, international news , culture, 
environment, science and scientific advancements or french poetry or songs and any special topics, maybe very difficult or controversial...

A few facts concerning the Quebec state will be presented in the first discussion where, again anybody can add or participate in this discussion in french or in english.

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Discord over secularism

Started by Marianne. Last reply by Marc Sep 18, 2013. 1 Reply

The political party in power but not by a majority is about to pass a law where it would be illegal to wear any insignia or emblems proclaiming adherence to any religion in government offices,…Continue

Wrought out young mothers

Started by Marianne. Last reply by Marianne Jan 20, 2013. 2 Replies

Stephanie De Courval has a little boy that she loves. When he started crying non-stop at 2½ months old, she nearly had a nervous break-down.  She kept asking herself: what am I doing wrong ?She tried…Continue

Non military flying robots over Quebec' sky

Started by Marianne. Last reply by Neal Nov 15, 2012. 4 Replies

I would guess these flying robots, of many different shapes depending of their uses, are all over the world, but, since I just read an article about this in a Quebec magazine "L'Actualité" concerning…Continue

Quebec news

Started by Marianne. Last reply by Marianne Sep 5, 2012. 26 Replies

Well things are pretty hot in Quebec these days.  The posts and pans banging is still on every night at 8:00P.M. and the demonstrations carryon.What seems to be happening in my view  is  that the…Continue

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Comment by Chris on October 10, 2016 at 2:30am

I heard the Arcadia Festivals are interesting and fun to attend.

Comment by Marianne on July 26, 2013 at 10:36pm

Just a tidbit:  it seems Quebec city is definitely on the map we had Paul McCartney last week on the Plaines d'Abraham (open air) and tomorrow our own 'dear !' Céline.  Quebec city has so many festivals over the summer, so many shows, it's hard to keep count; but the most interesting ones (not the two I mentionned), are expensive.  Paul and Céline tickets are above 100$

Comment by Doone has Fremdschämen on July 15, 2013 at 5:53am


From Smithsonian:

EarthPerhaps you have heard of topiary, the decorative pruning of shrubs into animals and other shapes. But, what about mosaïculture? The term was new to me when I read the definition that organizers prescribe to at Mosaïcultures Internationales, a competition staged every three years at a park or municipal garden somewhere in the world. “Mosaïculture,” says the competition’s website, “is a refined horticultural art that involves creating and mounting living artworks made primarily from plants with colourful foliage (generally annuals, and occasionally perennials).”

The process works a bit like this. To start, horticultural artists build metal frames for their sculptures. LemursThey cover the frames with soil netting and then plant seeds of different flora in that soil, much like a ceramicist lays tiles in a mosaic. The task draws on an artist’s skills in a variety of different areas, notes Mosaïcultures Internationales—”on sculpture for its structure and volume, on painting for its palette, and on horticulture in its use of plants in a living, constantly changing environment.” Grown in greenhouses during the spring months, the artworks, when fully grown, are installed outdoors, in parks and gardens. This summer, about 50 sculptures and reliefs, consisting of some 22,000 species, dot a 1.3-mile path through the Montréal Botanical Garden, site of Mosaïcultures Internationales de Montréal 2013.

More here. (Note: For dear friends Zoovia and Saleem Hamiduddin who share a passion for topiary)

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Comment by Marianne on July 14, 2013 at 9:46pm

Derailed train in Lac Mégantic, Québec:

an unmanned train (the driver was having a ten minutes nap) malfunctionned (the brakes) and went down a hill and exploded in downtown Lac Megantic right next to a terrasse where people were having fun and a drink.  The whole downtown is destroyed and as to now the number of deceased is up to 19 and will go up as not all are identified.  The area is cordoned off and an investigation is taking place. (by the way the wagons were full of oil).

Comment by Marianne on September 15, 2012 at 1:15am

Since the beginning of his campaign Obama' secure vehicule in which he travels  has been built in Quebec by the Prevost enterprise.  Since 1982, american presidents use Prevost vehicles because of their top security level (and rock stars too ...). 

Comment by Marianne on September 2, 2012 at 1:35am

This is the gay pride festival in Quebec city this week-end, a long week-end,  monday is a holiday and the atmosphere is very festive and so many people participate.  Saturday we have Madonna on the Plaines d'Abraha and thousands are going there even if it's very expensive.  It's outdoor but a beautful night.

Comment by Chris on July 8, 2012 at 5:00am

Where can I watch the 2012 Montreal Grand Prix online?

Comment by Marianne on June 14, 2012 at 11:32pm

Did you know (it doesn't seem to have been covered by the media but I heard about it and saw a photo on FB) that, I think yesterday, there was a massive student demonstration in Mexico city (hundreds of thousands ?

Comment by Chris on June 12, 2012 at 10:34am

Here's more about the strikes. I don't know how to get the imbedded information from this to post it, so here's the link:

Comment by Chris on June 12, 2012 at 10:04am

Democracy in Motion: The Student Protests in Quebec Beyond...

by Garry Leech – May 2, 2012 

For the past eleven weeks, thousands of university students have been protesting in the streets of Montreal demanding that the Quebec provincial government not only rescind its plans to raise tuition rates but that it provide free post-secondary education. The mayor of Montreal, Gerard Tremblay, has responded to the mostly peaceful protests by declaring that it is unacceptable “that the reputation of Montreal be stained on the international scene.” By also referring to the vandalism of businesses in downtown Montreal, the mayor made evident that he was more concerned with the reputation of Montreal in the eyes of the international business community than the potential perception of the city as an example of democracy in motion.

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