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Another packed QAHN event, this time at Shawville High School in the Pontiac, where QAHN project staff Heather Darch and Rod MacLeod ("Diversity & Achievement in Anglophone Quebec") welcomed Mohawk elder Kevin Deer.
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Another packed QAHN event, this time at Shawville High School in the Pontiac, where QAHN project staff Heather Darch and Rod MacLeod ("Diversity & Achievement in Anglophone Quebec") welcomed Mohawk elder Kevin Deer.
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Early postcard, c.1910. Photo - private collection. / Ancienne carte postale, c.1910. Photo - collection privée.
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Project director Rod MacLeod at the opening of QAHN's exhibition in Wakefield. (Photo - courtesy)
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--February 21, 2019. 1. c. His sister in law, the wife of Denis-Benjamin Papineau. Her name was Angélique-Louise Cornud, and she had donated land on which the parish church and rectory were built. 2. a. Denis-Benjamin Papineau. Though it was his father who had originally purchased the “Petite Nation” seigneurie, Denis-Benjamin Papineau administered the region from 1808 to 1845. He would go on to become the joint Premier of the Province of Canada for Canada East from 1846 to 1848.
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--February 20, 2019. 1. The Parish municipality of Saint-Angélique, from which Papineauville would separate in 1894 for 104 years, was formed in 1855 and was named after which member of Louis-Joseph Papineau’s family? a. His mother b. His youngest sister c. His sister in law, the wife of Denis-Benjamin Papineau d. His oldest daughter
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Ancienne carte postale photographique, vers 1920. Collection privée. / Early photographic postcard, c.1920. Private collection.
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Ancienne carte postale, vers 1905. Collection privée. / Early postcard, c.1905. Private collection.
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Ancienne carte postale, vers 1912. Collection privée. Note à l'endos / Note on the back: "Proprietor: Joseph Crochetière, frère de Elzire Crochetière Dufresne, Buckingham, Que. Première théatre ici à cette époque." N.B.: l'affice dans l'entrée du cinéma est pour le filme "The Oath of His Office," qui a été produit en 1912. / The poster in the entrance to the movie theatre is for the film "The Oath of His Office," which was released in 1912.
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Hôtel "Commercial," Montebello, 1910. Ancienne carte postale, teintée à la main. Collection privée. / Commercial Hotel, Montebello, 1910. Early hand-tinted postcard. Private collection.
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It was a busy afternoon today at the 5th annual meeting of the Committee of Assistant Deputy Ministers on Official Languages (CADMOL), held at the Canadian Museum of History in Gatineau, Quebec. This event was coordinated by the QCGN and CEDEC, with participation from QAHN, ELAN, the QCNA and other Quebec-based official minority language organizations. (Photo - MF)
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Guest speaker Chief Roger Fleury. Photo - Renee Arshinoff
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Heritage Talks: "Anishinabe Heritage of the Outaouais." It was standing room only at the Wakefield Community Centre for the 5th in QAHN's ongoing series of "Heritage Talks." This event featured guest speakers Chief Roger Fleury and Wes Darou, and drew a diverse group to hear about Anishinabe heritage in the Gatineau Valley.
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QAHN joined colleagues from ELAN, Townshippers, the West Quebecers, CASA and other organizations in Ottawa today for the unveiling of the 2018-2013 official Languages Action plan by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Heritage Minister Mélanie Joly. (Photo - Matthew Farfan)
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Ancienne photographie du couvent de Maniwaki, image prise en septembre 1904. / Early photograph of the Maniwaki Convent, taken in September 1904.
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Ancienne carte postale photographique, vers 1910. / Early photographic postcard, c.1910.
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Poltimore, c.1940 / vers 1940. Early postcard. Ancienne carte postale.
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QAHN's second DREAM Fundraising conference, held at the Community Centre in Wakefield, Quebec, was well attended, despite flooding in nearby Gatineau and other parts of the region.
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Camilla Leigh of Philanthropica was one of the speakers at QAHN's second DREAM Fundraising conference in Wakefield.
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Ancienne carte postale photographique, vers 1920. / Early photographic postcard, c.1920.
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--November 22, 2016. 1) b 2) a 3) b (after George Bryson) 4) c 5) a 6) b 7) a 8) c 9) b 10) d
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--November 22, 2016. 1) This famous turn-of-the-century yacht club occupied a stretch of Ottawa River waterfront in what town? a) Hull b) Aylmer c) Shawville d) Quyon
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North Wakefield, Gatineau Valley, Quebec. Early postcard, published c.1910.