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Several historical resources on the “Mémoires des Montréalais” site

During the 57th edition of the congress of the Society of Quebec History Teachers, the Montreal History Center presented “Mémoires des Montréalais”, its site dedicated to the city of Montreal and its inhabitants.

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During the 57th edition of the congress of the Society of Quebec History Teachers, the Montreal History Center presented “Mémoires des Montréalais”, its site dedicated to the city of Montreal and its inhabitants. 

The Montreal History Center wishes to make all the knowledge and expertise created through its many projects accessible to a wide audience. Thus, the objects, testimonies, exhibitions and knowledge gathered over the years are now available online, making it possible to discover the city in a different way.

Memoirs of immigrant women, Scandal! Montreal from 1940 to 1960, The domestic life of the Ironquians of the St-Laurent are among other featured content-rich files.

To come: learning and evaluation situations

The website evolves regularly with popular articles and multimedia content classified according to the categories People, Places, Life, Services, Events and Objects. This year, the organization's objective is to develop learning and evaluation situations in collaboration with the RÉCIT in particular. 

To see all the resources available, visit the website Memories of Montrealers

In addition, Education hub offers you resources on the history of Montreal:

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Maryline Barrette Dubé
Maryline Barrette Dubé
A graduate of a bachelor's degree in public communication, a “marketer” for more than 15 years, Maryline has been working to promote École branchée's activities and to publicize the organization's mandate since 2018. She is a devoted mother, an assumed epicurean. and IPA lover who, in her spare time, enjoys blog.

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