Sustainable Development




As a cultural institution that preserves, exhibits and studies its collections, the Stewart Museum contributes to the protection and enhancement of our collective heritage.

The Museum has a sustainable development policy based on the following principles:
  • Health and quality of life
  • Social equity and solidarity
  • Environmental protection
  • Participation and commitment
  • Access to knowledge
  • Protection of cultural heritage
  • Responsible production and consumption

The Stewart Museum strives, in its activities, to more closely integrate economic, social and environmental factors while considering the needs of current and future generations.


Image credits: View of Cape Diamond. Plains of Abraham and port of the Town of Quebec, George Bulteel Fischer, painter, John William Edy, engraver, Londres, 1795