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French and Indian War cannonball found in Quebec

A cannonball fired in 1759 during the Battle of the Plains of Abraham has been unearthed in Quebec. The rusted, 90-kilogram projectile was unearthed during excavation work last week at the corner of Hamel and Couillard streets and still contained a charge and gunpowder. The work crew that found the ball picked

Stone arrowheads found in Quebec

Archaeologists working in northern Quebec have found stone arrowheads which date back 4,000-7000 years. When archaeological crews were digging near the Smokey Hill rapids last summer, they expected to find relics and pottery dating back about 150 years. So it came as a surprise when one discovery was linked to pre-European times. The

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