The thorny question of heritage
These are tough times for heritage in Quebec. Almost every day, a century-old house or a church falls under the peak of demolishers. Only in Quebec in recent years, we can think of the Church of St. Francis of Assisi, the Pasquier house, the Durocher Center and the Déry house.
Heritage specialist, architect Anne Vallières advocates a better knowledge of buildings of interest.
Read the Soleil's article, by Matthieu Dessureaul