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Holiday and Gift Cine programming on Télé-Québec

The news may not concern ICT in education, but just for fun, here is a taste of Télé-Québec's holiday programming! (Indeed, what would December be without the A38 pass?) We even offer a reminder tool by text or email!

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This is how it goes during the holiday season on Télé-Québec

Special programming from December 7 to January 3

November 10, 2015 | Montreal
This year, Télé-Québec viewers will immerse themselves in the holiday spirit even earlier, since the programming of Gift movie will start on December 7th. Then, from December 12 to January 3, they will have the opportunity to relax fully and have a good time with their family with a complete holiday program. An address to remember to know everything about this program: telequebec.tv.


Landing of the series Air Sentinels
First in Canada and Quebec, the new version of the successful series Sentinels of the air, which Télé-Québec has acquired, will air at 8 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays starting December 12. And room for other novelties: The Chronicles of Zorro (at 6 p.m. daily, starting December 12); and the adventures of the little orphan that we have loved for 135 years, Heidi (at 10:30 a.m. on December 12 and 13, then every day from December 19).

Cinema galore
What would the holiday season be without the three unmissable events of Gift movie? At 9 a.m., 3:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m., young and old alike will enjoy watching these funny, touching and sometimes nostalgic films: The Asterix, Tintin, Dalton, The frog and the whale, Bach and Bottine, The war of the toques and many more will be in attendance. In the evening, Télé-Québec will promise other good times with popular films such as The English Patient, Chocolate, On the road to Madison, Cyrano de Bergerac, A weekend in Gosford Park, The stupid dinner, Emma, Babe: a pig in the city and many others. Quebec films will also be in the spotlight on Saturdays with Seraph, a man and his sin, Gaz Bar blues and Cruising Bar 1 and 2. And new features: Ernest and Celestine, named best animated film at the César in 2013, The Awakening of the Guardians by Dreamworks and All West: A New Lucky Luke Adventure, in which we can hear the voices of Stéphane Rousseau and the RBO group.

A song for Craquepoutte
The one who became known in the youth series Knock Knock knock, Mr. Craquepoutte, doesn't really like the holidays. However, he is so endearing that we want to please him! This is why Télé-Québec is launching the competition A song for Craquepoutte. Starting November 14, young and old will be invited to sing a holiday song in the image of the colorful character, then send him their video. The winners will be featured in a capsule that will be broadcast on Télé-Québec during the holidays. To register and find out all the details: telequebec.tv.

To access the Holiday grid, click here.


Stay up to date with the holiday season with the text or email reminder tool. Check the calendar and subscribe to notifications to be notified when your favorite movies are on air. In addition, be inspired by more than 100 gourmet ideas, recipes and cocktails from the shows. À la di Stasio, A chef at the cabin, Smart cooking, parents in a hurry and Curious Bégin. See also the section Holidays in short, where a host of short films can be found, such as The Danish Poet, The Sweater, Sunday, Wallace and Gromit... For its part, the Happy Skwat will offer a set of games, challenges, puzzles, contests and jokes aimed at young people.

Small signed sweets The Cultural Factory
To keep our hearts warm, The Cultural Factory will present a special dossier of cultural treats to savor, coffee in hand and pajamas on paws. Excited by the enthusiasm generated by their capsules last year, the regional teams will once again compete in originality to produce video content that is sometimes as touching as a children's choir, sometimes as effervescent as New Year's champagne. .

In addition, in anticipation of the great return of Tell me everything, The Cultural Factory followed in the studio the young musicians who were selected a few months ago to record the new opening credits of the show. No one will be able to remain frozen in front of these cute little faces who jiggle!


Télé-Québec on the holiday route
Just before the holiday TV programming takes place, Télé-Québec characters will invite young and old to take part in special activities. On November 15, characters from Argonautes will celebrate the arrival of Santa Claus at Place Laurier (Quebec). On November 22, Mr. Ding Dong (1, 2, 3 ... Giant) will read a story to the children at the Marché des trésors sous le sapin (Quebec) and repeat the experience on December 5 in the heart of the Plateau Mont-Royal (Montreal). On the same day, the Montreal Science Center will open its doors to the curious for a preview of the Air Sentinels. Since Télé-Québec moves crowds every time, registrations are required to have access to these great encounters. Meet at : surlaroute.telequebec.tv.


Télé-Québec is the public educational and cultural television channel in Quebec. It offers a unique program which aims to cultivate a taste for knowledge, promote the acquisition of knowledge, stimulate reflection, promote artistic and cultural life here as well as reflect regional realities and the diversity of the region. Quebec. In addition to its head office in Montreal, the Company has 10 regional offices. You can follow Télé-Québec on Facebook and Twitter. telequebec.tv

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