An ongoing series about the history of Quebec universities. This week: McGill University (founded 1821).
Part one of an ongoing series, a little history of Quebec’s universities. This week: Université Laval.
Exploring the history of a Montreal landmark, Saint Lawrence Boulevard (“The Main”).
Exploring the Conscription Crisis and its aftermath on French Canada.
On the tails of the (not so) little history of Quebec law comes a strange anecdote about those Americans. The Americans, revolutionary in more than a few ways, were griping [read on]
The final chapter in Quebec’s legal history: the revision and implementation of the Civil Code of Quebec.
Fascinating documentary looks at how sex ed reflects the often moralistic and rigid values of American society.
Exploring the history of Quebec law, part two: the British contribution.
This powerful documentary looks at historic and contemporary images of African Americans.
Now that winter is fast approaching and we are wanting to venture outside less and less, it’s the perfect time for exploring some of Montreal’s museums! And I cant think [read on]
Film explores the complex relationship between Wagner, anti-Semitism, and art.
Visiting the Notre Dame Basilica in the Old Port is a must do here in Montreal. This beautiful, rich and historic building is filled with so many stories!