Thread of Tenderness, fio de ternura

Thread of Tenderness, fio de ternura

February 1st to May 7, 2017

Montreal’s Portuguese community seen through the grandparent-grandchild relationship.

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In the footsteps of Marie-Josèphe Angélique

In the footsteps of Marie-Josèphe Angélique

Walking tour

March 18 and 25 (in English), and April 1 (in French)

This tour includes a visit to our exhibition Traces. Places. Memories, as well as an outdoor walk.

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Centre d'histoire de Montréal - Memories of Montrealers

Centre d'histoire de Montréal

Memories of Montrealers

Discover Montréal’s history through the daily lives of Montrealers and their life stories.

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Explosion 67. Youth and Their World

Explosion 67. Youth and Their World

Starting June 16, 2017

Arranged in evocative spaces, this immersive exhibition will recapture innovative, illuminating moments of Expo67 through memories of the event that are remarkably vivid and occasionally shatter our expectations.

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Scandal! Vice, Crime and Morality in Montreal, 1940-1960

Scandal!
Vice, Crime and Morality in Montreal, 1940-1960

November 15, 2013 to April 2, 2017

Had Montreal really become a city of sin and corruption from the 1940s to the 1960s? An inquiry is in order!

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Montral

April 25

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The Parliament building on Place DYouville burned to the ground on April 25,1849! At the beginning of the evening, rioters ransacked Parliament and set fire to the building because they were angry about an indemnity bill for victims of the Rebellions that had been approved by Lord Elgin. After the building at Place dYouville was destroyed, the capital was finally moved to Ottawa in 1857.

Scandal!

Scandal!

Exhibition

Lost Neighbourhoods

Lost Neighbourhoods

Virtual exhibition

Citizens of Tomorrow

Citizens of Tomorrow

Educational activity

Photo contest

Photo contest

All Eyes on Montral