Archaeology and conservation talk at the Morrin Centre

As part of Archaeology Month activities, archaeologist André Bergeron gave a talk at the Morrin Centre on August 21 about his recent findings, projects and written works concerning dig sites in Quebec. Bergeron began by explaining the difference between archaeology and conservation. Source : Cassandra Kerwin, Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph http://www.qctonline.com/archaeology-and-conservation-talk-morrin-centre

Bilingualism a “mixed bag” for Quebec City author

Thursday, August 15, the Morrin Centre hosted a special off-festival event with author Kathleen Saint-Onge. Originally from Quebec City, the author grew up in a French-speaking home and attended English schools. In her presentation during the Quebec launch of Bilingual Being: My life as a hyphen, she explained how this duality played an important part in her story. Source : Bill Cox, Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph http://www.qctonline.com/bilingualism-mixed-bag-quebec-city-author Photo: Bill Cox