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The Saint-Jacques' Bell Tower of UQAM : Looking ahead

The Saint-Jacques' Bell Tower of UQAM : Looking ahead

News - March 23rd, 2016

Landmark in the landscape and history of the town, the bell tower of the former Saint-Jacques Cathedral was integrated in the Judith-Jasmin Pavilion (UQAM) in 1975. Could this famous vestige take a greater…

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Newsletter Volume 16, Number 1, Spring 2016

Newsletter Volume 16, Number 1, Spring 2016

News - March 15th, 2016

We are pleased to announce the launch of our new newsletter . Enjoy!

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Churches as local development tools

Churches as local development tools

News - March 4th, 2016

As part of the Summer School on heritage and The Churches Plan of the Upper St. Lawrence Valley, the public is invited to a Regional Seminar on the future of the churches : churches as local development…

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The registration period is open

The registration period is open

News - March 1st, 2016

It is now time to register for the 2016' Day of Religious Archives to be held Friday, April 15th , at BAnQ Old Montreal (Gilles- Hocquart Building, Viger Avenue).The preliminary program and the registration…

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Special Newsletter - February 2016

Special Newsletter - February 2016

News - February 18th, 2016

Click here to read the Special Newsletter sent today to our subscribers. Sign up for our newsletter by entering your email address in the space provided for this purpose on our homepage .

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Announcement of a Grant of $ 10 Million

Announcement of a Grant of $ 10 Million

News - February 17th, 2016

The Minister of Culture and Communications and Minister responsible for the protection and promotion of the French language, Hélène David, announced the payment of financial assistance of…

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Steeples Today: What Opportunities for Montreal?

Steeples Today: What Opportunities for Montreal?

News - February 16th, 2016

IDEAS FOR LA VILLE AUX CENT CLOCHERS This second conference-talk questions la ville aux cent clochers in the current identity of Montreal and its future development. The discussion will highlight the…

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