Ville de Gatineau
Old Hull chronicles
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Old Hull chronicles
Old Hull chronicles

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Gatineau's history is relatively recent. In the beginning, the land was inhabited by the Algonquin Anishinaabe people, and this trail passes through their unceded traditional territory. Some two hundred years ago, other people, each in their own way, started leaving their mark on the region, turning it over time into Quebec's fourth largest city. There is so much to tell! For these first chronicles, we focus on Old Hull, today known as Vieux-Hull, one of Gatineau's oldest sectors.

Ancien Café Henry Burger (Marie Monnin-Burger)

Collège Saint-Joseph (Mère Bruyère)

Maison Alexandre-Taché (Alexandre Taché)

Maison de Guy Sanche (Guy Sanche)

Presbytère Notre-Dame-de-Grâce (Père Reboul)

Ancien Hôtel Chez Henri (Adrien Robert Franco)

Alphonse Moussette

Donalda Charron

Emma Robinson

Philemon Wright

About Gatineau

Recognized for its quality of life, Gatineau is a city of 292,000 inhabitants. It is located on the north shore of the Ottawa River, and extends east and west of the Gatineau River.

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