This regiment was used between 1665 and 1668 to combat the Iroquois threat to the struggling colony of New France.
Documents, speeches and interpretations regarding the October, 1970 crisis in Quebec involving the kidnapping of diplomat James Cross and Cabinet Minister Pierre LaPorte by the Front de Liberation du Quebec.
A registered charity to foster understanding, appreciation, enjoyment and stewardship of the Park’s natural and human heritage. Quebec.
A summary of the history of Quebec from the New France era (1524) to modern day.
A history of the Scots who emigrated from the Isle of Lewis in the Nineteenth Century and settled in Quebec.
Official site for the history of the Lachine Canal.
A window on the history of the Laurentians, a guide to the region's heritage, past and present, and a way to encourage people of all ages to visit the region in person.
A portal to the history and heritage of the various regions of Quebec, produced by the Quebec Anglophone Heritage Network (QAHN).
A collection of resources about various topics related to Quebec's history.
Historical and genealogical research center in Beauce area. It seeks archival, genealogical, patrimonial and architectural preservation.
The World Fair of Montreal received more than 50 million visitors in six months during the year 1967. This site was conceived from the "Expo 67 Official Guide" which appeared in April of that year.
Features information about ancestors of today's Quebecois, explorers and folk art.
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