Our story begins with a simple man: David Kirke. Born and raised in Normandy, like many people of his time, little is known about this Englishman until his participation in [read on]
The Vikings may have landed in Canada first, but the first permanent settlement was manned by Jacques Cartier, a French explorer. Learn about this era of exploration in this week’s Quebec Curios.
Part III of our exploration of Quebec’s aboriginal communities. Part of an ongoing series about Quebec History.
Part II of a presentation on Quebec’s First Nations and Inuit communities. Part of an ongoing series about Quebec history.
Historically once the land of farmers and other agricultural workers. Anjou evolved in the 1950s to a more urban culture, and in 1956, Anjou separated from a fellow parish to [read on]
Montreal’s most interesting round up of news.
Quebec Curios explores the first in a series of Montreal’s boroughs and municipalities with Ahuntsic-Cartierville, home to one of the oldest settlements on the island.
Part one of an ongoing series, a little history of Quebec’s universities. This week: Université Laval.
Exploring the Conscription Crisis and its aftermath on French Canada.
Exploring the history of Quebec law, part two: the British contribution.
Examining the history and the legal implications of Hydro Quebec and its ownership by the Quebec state.