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Newsletter Volume 21, Number 3

Newsletter Volume 21, Number 3

News - December 10th, 2021

We are pleased to announce the launch of our new newsletter .

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Important religious archives soon to be brought together in Longueuil

Important religious archives soon to be brought together in Longueuil

News - December 7th, 2021

The impressive archives of some 20 religious communities threatened with escheat will be brought together in Longueuil, Le Devoir has learned. They will be protected in a new building attached to the…

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Virtual tours of heritage buildings

Virtual tours of heritage buildings

News - December 1st, 2021

As part of the Cultural Development Agreement between the City of Lévis and the Ministère de la Culture et des Communications du Québec, virtual tours of heritage buildings have been…

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Government of Canada launches annual call for proposals to help conserve heritage places

Government of Canada launches annual call for proposals to help conserve heritage places

News - November 30th, 2021

The Government of Canada is committed to protecting and conserving heritage places in Canada. These irreplaceable sites reflect the rich and varied heritage of our country and provide an…

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Get as close as they can to the sky by defying all the laws of gravity

Get as close as they can to the sky by defying all the laws of gravity

News - November 15th, 2021

"Like industrial heritage or historical heritage in general, religious heritage bears witness to the history and evolution of man. The plight of the cathedral builders is one of the most fabulous.…

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What future for the Religious Heritage Days

What future for the Religious Heritage Days

News - October 27th, 2021

The Québec Religious Heritage Council (QHRC) has announced that it will be holding a series of consultations starting this autumn to mobilize different regional and national actors who can contribute…

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In October, Montreal is organ

In October, Montreal is organ

News - October 14th, 2021

With the decline in religious practice, few Quebecers have the opportunity to hear what is often referred to as the king of instruments. The Canadian International Organ Competition (CIOC), based in Montreal,…

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