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In defense of heritage

In defense of heritage

News - January 28th, 2019

Radio-Canada and Le Nouvelliste pay tribute to the people who stand out in their community through their involvement and their influence. Josée Grandmont, President of the the Québec Religious…

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Works in Rimouski Cathedral in 2019?

Works in Rimouski Cathedral in 2019?

News - January 14th, 2019

The Archbishop of Rimouski, Monseigneur Denis Grondin, evokes the possibility that work will begin this year with a view to the reopening of the cathedral. He does not close the door either to the idea…

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The Ursulines of Quebec, the last mission

The Ursulines of Quebec, the last mission

News - January 9th, 2019

The Ursulines gradually left their old Quebec monastery founded more than 375 years ago to settle at the Jardins d'Évangéline in Beauport. Now that the community is resettled, sisters…

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Technological innovation project in the church of Saint-Pacôme

Technological innovation project in the church of Saint-Pacôme

News - December 17th, 2018

Québec invests $ 1.6 million in Inno-3B to develop its vertical culture demonstration center inside the Saint-Pacôme church. The company has developed a technology that can grow vegetables…

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Fondation Archives et patrimoine religieux du Grand Montréal

Fondation Archives et patrimoine religieux du Grand Montréal

News - December 13th, 2018

Result of four years of reflection and commitment, the foundation Archives et patrimoine religieux du Grand Montréal was created on September 26, 2018. It aims to preserve the archives, the publications…

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Opus 9 is reborn at the Précieux-Sang Chapel

Opus 9 is reborn at the Précieux-Sang Chapel

News - December 4th, 2018

One of the first organs of Casavant Frères will live again. Opus 9, an instrument dating back to 1885 that had been out of use for a few years, has been completely rebuilt and restored in recent…

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Does the Quebec government do enough to protect its cultural heritage?

Does the Quebec government do enough to protect its cultural heritage?

News - December 3rd, 2018

In the wake of the destruction of Boileau House in Chambly and the many other cases of heritage buildings demolished, damaged or threatened in recent weeks, the answer is obvious. Read the Alexandre Sirois…

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