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Launch of a call for projects for the documentation and digitization of heritage elements

Launch of a call for projects for the documentation and digitization of heritage elements

News - September 28th, 2017

The Minister of Culture and Communications and Minister responsible for the Protection and Promotion of the French Language, Luc Fortin, is calling for projects to document and digitize heritage elements.…

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Communion of spirits in Saint-Camille

Communion of spirits in Saint-Camille

News - September 20th, 2017

The Saint-Camille church, which has been recycled as a multifunctional hall, figure in the Congress section of La Presse as a venue for various corporate events (symposiums, training courses, conferences…

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A rare incursion into the crypt of the Religious Hospitallers of Saint Joseph

A rare incursion into the crypt of the Religious Hospitallers of Saint Joseph

News - September 15th, 2017

The journalist Anne-Louise Dépatie, from Radio-Canada, accompanied the employees of the Center hospitalier de l'Université de Montréal during their visit to the crypt of the Religious…

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« Une aventure en soi »

« Une aventure en soi »

News - September 6th, 2017

Last Friday, Quebec Prime Minister Philippe Couillard was at Saint-Antoine de Lac-Bouchette Hermitage to announce an investment of nearly $ 900,000 in religious tourism. This national sanctuary is located…

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It's now time to register!

It's now time to register!

News - September 5th, 2017

The Forum on Religious Heritage is the annual meeting of all stakeholders concerned about the future of Quebec's religious heritage. Visit our Event Page and register now!

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The newspaper La terre de chez-nous publishes a series of articles on religious heritage

The newspaper La terre de chez-nous publishes a series of articles on religious heritage

News - August 24th, 2017

Often sold, churches in rural areas are ultimately transformed, in many ways. The building is preserved, but the use is quite different, as these few examples show. Read Pierre-Yvon Bégin's…

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A Bell Museum will open in Montreal

A Bell Museum will open in Montreal

News - August 18th, 2017

The bells, emblematic symbols of Montreal, once known as "the city with a hundred steeples", will once again become famous as they will be the featured attraction in the museum project conceived…

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