Open House


The Dauphine Foundation will be back, for a 4th year, with its benefit show the Open House of La Dauphine, this time on Tuesday 22  November, from 8 p.m., in the Raoul-Jobin room of the Palais Montcalm. The evening, preceded by a VIP cocktail from 5:30 p.m., will feature Annie Villeneuve, Kim Richardson, Jean Ravel and Christian Marc Gendron, accompanied on stage by four musicians, four choristers and a vocal ensemble of 25 people, the all hosted by Quebec's favorite actress Guylaine Tremblay (picture). This is an important year for La Dauphine as it celebrates its 30th anniversary. Over the years, it has adapted by expanding its service offering according to the changing needs of young people in difficulty in Quebec. For 30 years, La Dauphine has been fulfilling its mission: to welcome 12-35 year olds and support them by taking into account their specific needs in their journey towards full autonomy in order to prevent a deterioration of their situation. Information:  

Between us

The Marguerite-Jacques Foundation will hold its benefit show on Saturday, November 19, starting at 8 p.m., at the IncomPARÉ hall, located at 775, avenue du Palais in Saint-Joseph, in Beauce, with a show of popular songs by 1960s to today, with the group Between Us. Founded in 1982, the Marguerite-Jacques Foundation will take advantage of this evening to award its annual scholarships to students pursuing music studies at CEGEP or university. In addition, the income from the evening will allow the Foundation to continue its commitment to future musicians. Tickets for this show are on sale at Saint-Joseph City Hall, at the IGA in Saint-Joseph-de-Beauce and from members of the Foundation. In the photo, the group Between Us, formed by Rémi Lebel, Keven Lambert, Véronique Lambert, David Lapierre and Samuel Pomerleau.  

Little school pleasures 

After two years of absence (you know why), the Fondation Petits bonheurs d'école will present, in collaboration with the Caisse Desjardins de Charlesbourg, its benefit brunch on Sunday, November 13, between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m., at Le Patro Roc-Amadour on 1st Avenue, in Quebec. I remind you that the Foundation has been helping students from disadvantaged backgrounds in the greater Quebec City region for 34 years now. To get cards ($30 or $10 for ages 7 to 12) or to make a donation, contact 418 628-4355. Information at

In memory

October 26, 1997. The Quebec pilot < strong>Jacques Villeneuve(photo) won the Formula 1 World Championship at a European Grand Prix at the Jerez de la Frontera circuit in southern Spain. It was on lap 48 that Jacques Villeneuve dipped on the inside of the bend and surprised Michael Schumacher (photo) to then race towards victory.


Fabienne Larouche (photo) screenwriter and producer from Quebec (District 31), 64 years old…Keith Urban< /strong>, Australian country singer and guitarist, 55…Steve Rogers,pitcher with the Montreal Expos (1973-85), age 73…Raynald Brière, former executive vice-president of the board, RNC Media, age 75…Hillary Rodham Clinton , American politician, wife of Bill Clinton, 75 years old…Jaclyn Smith, actress (Charlie's Angels) and American businesswoman, 77 years old. 


October 26, 2020: Jacques Godin(photo), 90, actor known for having played numerous roles on television and in the theatre… 2020: David Braley, 79, owner of the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, the Lions of British Columbia and the Toronto Argonauts of the CFL… 2019: Pascale Roberts, 89, French actress… 2019: Robert Evans, 89, American film producer (The Godfather)… 2016: Léo Rinfret, 96, founder of Rinfret Volkswagen in Lévis… 2014: Oscar Taveras, 22 years old, young outfielder for the St-Louis Cards (LNB)… 2012: Arnold Greenberg, 80 years old, co-founder of Snapple drinks…2014: Germain Gagnon< /strong>, 71, one of the last players from Chicoutimi to play in the NHL (357 games) with Vancouver, Montreal, the Islanders, Chicago and Kansas City… 2008: Hélène Fortin, 49 years old, soprano from Dolbeau-Mi stassini… 2004: Bobby Avila, 78 years old, Latin American baseball player.