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  • American and Canadian participants in the annual Quebec City Chamber Organ and Choral Festival.

    Chamber Organ and Choral Festival

    American and Canadian participants in the annual Quebec City Chamber Organ and Choral Festival were welcomed by Consul General VanKoughnett and his wife Diane at their residence.

  • CG VanKoughnett welcomed students from the School of Criminal Justice at the University of Southern Mississippi.

    USM Students Visit the Consulate

    CG VanKoughnett welcomed students from the School of Criminal Justice at the University of Southern Mississippi. The students are in Quebec for an exchange program between Campus Notre-Dame-de-Ste-Foy and the University of Southern Mississippi.

  • A Touch of American Rockabilly at Fourth of July Celebrations

    A Touch of American Rockabilly at July 4th

    Consul General Hale VanKoughnett and Mrs. Diane VanKoughnett welcomed colleagues and friends at the annual Consulate Independence Day reception.

  • Consul General VanKoughnett at Quebec National Day. Photo credit: Roch Theroux ©Government of Quebec

    Consul General at Quebec National Day

    On Saint-Jean Baptiste Day, Consul General Hale VanKoughnett and his wife Diane attended a reception offered by Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard and his wife, Suzanne Pilote, at the Musée National des Beaux Arts of Quebec.

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  • Chamber Organ and Choral Festival

    American and Canadian participants in the annual Quebec City Chamber Organ and Choral Festival were welcomed by Consul General VanKoughnett and his wife Diane at their residence.

  • USM Students Visit the Consulate

    CG VanKoughnett welcomed students from the School of Criminal Justice at the University of Southern Mississippi. The students are in Quebec for an exchange program between Campus Notre-Dame-de-Ste-Foy and the University of Southern Mississippi.

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