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Nathalie Roy promises an end to

Nathalie Roy promises an end to "wild demolitions"

News - October 30th, 2020

Quebec promised an end to the "wild demolitions" of heritage buildings, many of which had been reduced to dust in recent years, and gave itself five years to carry out an inventory of buildings…

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Quebec risks losing its religious memory

Quebec risks losing its religious memory

News - October 29th, 2020

Specialists in religious archives say they are fed up with the reluctance to find solutions to a crisis that is taking on the appearance of a real catastrophe for knowledge of Quebec's history. What…

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The Cultural Heritage Law will be overhauled

The Cultural Heritage Law will be overhauled

News - October 26th, 2020

The Minister of Culture and Communications (MCC) will overhaul the Heritage Act. It must offer citizens more tools and modalities to prevent the waltz of serial destruction. On the eve of being tabled,…

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Five churches sold in Trois-Rivières, four to be demolished

Five churches sold in Trois-Rivières, four to be demolished

News - October 23rd, 2020

The Saint-Jean-Brébeuf, Sainte-Marguerite, Notre-Dame-des-Sept-Allégresses, Jean-XXIII and Saint-Sacrement churches in Trois-Rivières were sold for a total of $ 2.2 million. The first…

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The SPGQ deplores a lack of staff for heritage preservation

The SPGQ deplores a lack of staff for heritage preservation

News - October 22nd, 2020

“We are in pain for the culture of Quebec. Heritage, in particular, suffers from a serious lack of support, ”said Line Lamarre, president of the Syndicat des Professionnels et Professionels…

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Régis Labeaume does not believe in the classification of the Saint-Charles-de-Limoilou church

Régis Labeaume does not believe in the classification of the Saint-Charles-de-Limoilou church

News - October 9th, 2020

The mayor of Quebec, Régis Labeaume does not believe that the classification of the Saint-Charles-de-Limoilou church will save the building. The safeguard committee of the church wants to have…

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Heritage: tensions between the City and the diocese, John Porter “disillusioned”

Heritage: tensions between the City and the diocese, John Porter “disillusioned”

News - October 5th, 2020

John Porter has had enough of the time that goes by without the future of Quebec's heritage churches being assured. Two years after tabling his report on the preservation of religious heritage, he…

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