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*New*  MONTREAL, A PLACE OF CAPTIVITY (1940-1943) 
Canada had 25 active military and civilian internment camps during the Second World War. Camp S/43, installed in the fort on St. Helen’s Island, held around 400 Italian prisoners from Great Britain. This guided tour of the buildings used for the camp looks at the prisoners’ living conditions as recalled by a former interne.
Duration : 2 hours
Cost per student (taxes inclulded) :
6,50 $

HISTORY AND MEMORY
This tour offers a fascinating panorama of Quebec history from the 16th century to the mid-19th century. From the discovery of the New World to the birth of Canada, the lives of our ancestors are revealed through the exhibition. The collective memory of Quebec society, forged by the influence of European civilizations and intercolonial wars, is displayed through unique objects. 
Duration:
1 hour 30 minutes

Cost per student (taxes included):
$6,50

IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF THE PATRIOTS
Participants discover the motives, influences and claims that led to the Lower Canada Rebellion of 1837-1838. Unique objects, such as the petition of the habitants of Lower Canada of 1828 and the letter Chevalier de Lorimier wrote just a few hours before his execution, make the visit an emotional one.


Duration:
1 hour

Cost per student (taxes included):
$6,50

THE FORT ON ST.HELEN'S ISLAND
Built in 1824, the Fort on St. Helen’s Island played an important role in the protection of the British colony against the United States. During the visit, participants discover the functions of the most important military site in Montreal, its strategic location and its historic buildings. The visit ends with an impressive musket firing demonstration.
Duration:
1 hour
Cost per student (taxes included): $6,50
 

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