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"Montreal Mosaic breathes new life into city's old stories"... - as presented earlier at HHS meeting

Click the above title to see more info about the event !   A new project which will allow individuals or interested groups to 'map' stories and/or photos to an interractive map of Montreal and surrounding areas is being officially launched in 2 weeks (Tues. 19 Mar.) at a press conference being held at: McCord Museum - Théâtre J. Armand Bombardier, 690 Sherbrooke St. W.
Reservations are required, please submit request to: *noting that you are a member of HHS would be appreciated. 
Some of you may remember that the developers of this project made a presentation a couple of months ago at one of our HHS meetings. 
More info... 
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The Quebec Anglophone Heritage Network is proud to invite you to join us in celebrating the launch of Mapping the Mosaic -- an exciting new project to gather the collected memories and histories of English-speaking communities in the Greater Montreal Area.

Enjoy refreshments as you meet the site's creators and explore Mapping the Mosaic on provided computers, following a brief multimedia presentation about the creation and potential of this collaborative, interactive platform. 

Explore, discover and share the family stories, local legends, historical knowledge, and archival photos that colour your neighbourhood.

This event is open to the public, so feel free to invite guests. Please RSVP to confirm numbers and availability.


Mapping the Mosaic: Montreal and Its Diverse Neighbourhoods

Official Launch Event

Tuesday March 19, 7pm

McCord Museum - Théâtre J. Armand Bombardier

690 Sherbrooke St. W.

Please RSVP by Friday March 15, 5pm

Please forward any interview or media requests to our project coordinator, Geoff Agombar at geoff.agombar@gmail.com514.276.0839


Mapping the Mosaic in the Gazette (March 5)

Mapping the Mosaic on Radio Canada International (March 5)

Mapping the Mosaic on CBC Daybreak (February 18)