For more than three hundred years, this fortress has been the center of French - and later English - military power in Canada. Located atop Cape Diamond (Cap Diamant), it is a Canadian National Historical Site. Take the guided tour, available in French or English, and learn about the resident unit, the French-speaking Royale 22e Régiment, which has served the nation from the beginning of the Great War in 1914 through the conflict in Afghanistan. The museum includes the permanent exhibit "Je me Souviens" ("I remember") as well as a series of temporary exhibits that describe the history and service of French Canadian soldiers throughout the nation's history.
The Morrin Centre is a cultural centre in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada. It is designed to educate... Read more