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« L'île Notre-Dame: cession ou usurpation » conference (in French)

By the Mouillepied Historical Society
  • When : Wednesday 27 October 2021 - 19:30
  • Where : At the multi-purpose centre
  • Cost : Free

Free admission, limited number of places.

Île à la Pierre, renamed Île Moffatt in the mid-19th century, once belonged to Saint-Lambert. However, in preparation for Expo 67, this part of our city was transferred to the Ville de Montréal. How did those negotiations go? Did Saint-Lambert really have anything to say in this story? Discover what really went on behind the scenes. 

The vaccination passport and a photo ID will now be required for people aged 13 and up to take part in this activity. Children aged 12 years and under may have to show ID (health insurance card or student card) to validate their age. Please comply with the health measures in force.

Venue accessible for people with reduced mobility.

Rentrée culturelle 

Created in 2017, the aim of the Rentrée culturelle is to give greater visibility to and promote the value of cultural activities within the community, in collaboration with cultural organizations.