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Celebrated Quebec sculptor and painter Albert Laliberté was born in Ste-Élisabeth-de-Warwick in 1878.
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Opened in 1929 at the dawn of the talking movie, the Granada Theatre in downtown Sherbrooke is one of Canada’s most beautiful atmospheric theatres.
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The composite photograph seen here was published as a postcard in 1916 to commemorate the centennial of the first Roman Catholic mass celebrated in Sherbrooke.
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Monseigneur Antoine Racine, the first bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Sherbrooke, was born in Saint-Ambroise-de-la-Jeune-Lorette, near Quebec City, in 1822.
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Nestled in the hills not far from the Canada-U.S. border at East Hereford is the tiny hamlet of Saint-Venant-de-Paquette.
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"In a civilization more and more mobile, loud-sounding and speaking, zones of silence become a vital necessity. So monasteries more than ever are called to be haunts of peace and interiority.
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To enter the Musée du patrimoine Louis-Emile-Beauregard in Dudswell, Quebec, is to enter a land of Lilliputian delight.
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Anyone interested in fine architecture and history will love Stanstead.
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FOUR-SEASON RESORT
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A hundred and twenty years after it was built, and twenty-five years after it was by-passed, the covered bridge over the Fitch Bay Narrows is still standing.
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Located at the foot of the Appalachian Mountains, the township of Dudswell was first inhabited around 1800, in the area of Bishopton.
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The towns hug the river bank along the St. Francis.