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The Sulpicians pass the torch

The Sulpicians pass the torch

News - July 3rd, 2020

After having trained the priests of the province for more than three centuries, the Sulpicians decided to bequeath a good part of this task to the Faculty of Theology and Religious Sciences of Laval University.…

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Why protect modern heritage?

Why protect modern heritage?

News - July 2nd, 2020

It is not only the old heritage that is in danger in Quebec: the modern heritage is just as much. But the destruction of a church built in 1960 generally arouses less indignation than the disappearance…

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The thorny question of heritage

The thorny question of heritage

News - June 30th, 2020

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…

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Heart cry to save nine churches in the MRC des Chenaux

Heart cry to save nine churches in the MRC des Chenaux

News - June 29th, 2020

The financial health of churches in the region was already not very bright before the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. With the confinement of the past few months, the situation has become even more alarming.…

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Places of worship finally reopened

Places of worship finally reopened

News - June 23rd, 2020

Places of worship finally reopened on Monday after three months of closure due to COVID-19. “For me, the churches are a place for silence, meditation. It’s really a place to go home, think…

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Haut-Saint-Laurent' Churches: challenges, strategies and perspectives.

Haut-Saint-Laurent' Churches: challenges, strategies and perspectives.

News - June 22nd, 2020

The Musée régional de Vaudreuil-Soulanges publishes the summary of the Plan-églises de la Vallée du Haut-Saint-Laurent (2015-2017) pilot project. This project coordinated by…

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Protecting built heritage: still a long way to go in Quebec

Protecting built heritage: still a long way to go in Quebec

News - June 15th, 2020

The only city in the province to count on a body like the Planning and Conservation Commission, Quebec has not escaped the demolition of buildings with heritage value. If the situation seems to be under…

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