Heritage Lower St. Lawrence is taking a lead role in initiating a process to cite Leggatt’s Point as a heritage site. This site would include Leggatt’s Point Presbyterian Church, Leggatt’s Point Manse, Leggatt’s Point Cemetery, and Leggatt’s Point Archaeological Site. We have petitioned the Municipality of Grand-Métis to take official measures to protect and preserve this important heritage site.
Heritage Lower Saint Lawrence
Our research team is growing! Are you passionate about social work and social research? Do you want to help us learn more about the English-speaking community in the Lower Saint Lawrence using a variety of social research techniques? Learn more about our new Research Assistant and Internship opportunities, and send us your application!
We are pleased to announce that Kathy Kennedy is the artist selected for our first community-engaged artist residency program. Kathy is a sound artist with formal training in visual arts and in classical voice.
Under the supervision of the Library Services Coordinator, the main mandate of the employee will be to implement programming and animate activities related to the TD Summer Reading Club, and some general activities happening at the libraries.
As we get older, our auditory system as well as our balance system changes like every other sensory modality. What are these typical changes, when do we expect them to happen and are there some ways that we can slow their progression or even, maybe, prevent further deterioration?
Join us for this wonderful history talk about the arrival of trains to the region presented by Alexander Reford
Volunteering is described as an unpaid activity where someone gives their time to do a particular task or job that is not required nor an obligation nor being forced to do it. Unpaid volunteers are often the glue that holds a community together and allows connection to the community.