& Other Quebec Curios
Column about Quebec history and law.
“Gens du pays, c’est votre tour De vous laisser parler d’amour.“ (Gilles Vigneault and Gaston Rochon, “Gens du pays”) Anglos and religious [read on]
Each day at each beginning of the hour, a crowd gathers at Basilique Notre Dame to hear the bells ring. The crowd stands, transfixed with wonder as the carillon bells chime, [read on]
Concordia University is somewhat unique in its classification among the universities in Quebec: unlike Laval, Montreal, and McGill, Concordia is more of a comprehensive [read on]
For a time, the hegemony of education in the Eastern Townships was located in Lennoxville, that is, Bishop’s University. But then along came the Université de Sherbrooke. [read on]
Bishop’s University is a primarily undergraduate university founded, as the name suggests, by a Bishop. Bishop George Jehoshaphat Mountain founded the college in 1843, and [read on]