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Religious Heritage Days

Religious Heritage Days

News - May 17th, 2019

Lovers of architecture and heritage, art and history enthusiasts and simple curious meet on September 6, 7 and 8, 2019, to visit the The City of a Hundred Steeples. To discover: the interior of unique…

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The Outaouais table received a certificate

The Outaouais table received a certificate

News - May 14th, 2019

The City of Gatineau held its heritage reception on Saturday, February 23, 2019 at the Théâtre de l'Île in Gatineau. Three citizens and three organizations received certificates…

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Religious heritage and tourism: the stakes of religious heritage for Montreal

Religious heritage and tourism: the stakes of religious heritage for Montreal

News - May 6th, 2019

Tourism Express platform publishes an interview with Pierre Bellerose, Vice-President of Tourisme Montréal, Chairman of the Board of the incubator MTL lab, Secretary-Treasurer of the Board of the…

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Casavant organ factor is sold

Casavant organ factor is sold

News - May 6th, 2019

The company Casavant Frères is sold. The international reputation organ factor, founded in 1879, will remain in the hands of Quebec homeowners, but the identity of buyers is not yet known. The…

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Prefer promoters to heritage

Prefer promoters to heritage

News - May 6th, 2019

Does the value of property taxes dictate the meaning of decisions taken by municipalities? Second part: heritage. Read the article by Jean-François Nadeau in Le Devoir

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Beyond the Walls

Beyond the Walls

News - May 1st, 2019

quot;What do we find in a presbytery? How do these women and men live in communities today? What is their story? Are there still people who answer "yes" to consecrated life? The PRI Center is…

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Religious Heritage and Tourism, the example of the Québec Region

Religious Heritage and Tourism, the example of the Québec Region

News - April 18th, 2019

Tourism express platform publishes an interview with Vincent Aubry, tourist development consultant at the Quebec City Tourism Office and vice-president of the Association of Religious and Spiritual Tourism…

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