Visite guidée du quartier Champlain
Start date: 1 May, 2017
End date: 30 September, 2017
Quebec 150 years ago, in 1867, saw a turning point. Its major international port is active in the field of the export of timber and shipbuilding. The Champlain neighborhood is interesting for several reasons. It is the birthplace of the most powerful union in Canada at the time, the Benevolent Society ship daily (SBJNQ). The organization headed by Irish groups all longshoremen who load their cargo ships. The history of SBJNQ is an epic worthy of the great films and novels. It depicts the workers courageously resisting the many obstacles standing in their way. The SBJNQ exist from 1857 to 1910 and will mark forever the destiny of the city and Quebec.
Nature of the Project Reach
The inhabitants of the region-es many will take part in the march. School groups also. The Irish community will be sought to highlight their customs. Immigrants will be invited to see a nice positive example in connection with immigration.
Find and explain Quebec City in 1867. To discover the untold story of the SBJNQ educational purposes. Taming the Champlain district, away from the main tourist routes.
Des artistes, musiciens et autres, qui pourront animer la marche.