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Découvrez des auteurs phares de la littérature canadienne et québécoise lors de notre Bouillon du mois de mars, le mois de la francophonie. De Jocelyne Saucier à India Desjardins, de Michel Tremblay à Gabrielle Roy, vous tomberez sous le charme des essais, récits et romans dans nos collections.

Lectures Proposées



Le Bouillon, c’est quoi ? Une opportunité de découvrir de nouvelles œuvres et de partager vos impressions avec d’autres francophones amateurs de belles lettres. Un thème vous est proposé chaque mois, vous choisissez parmi une sélection le livre de votre choix, et venez le présenter aux autres.

Celebrating le Mois de la francophonie

La Francophonie is the vibrant community shared by the 274 million speakers of French across 5 continents. From Africa to the Americas, French is the 5th most spoken language in the world, and the second most learned language after English. With more than 60,000 words, it is a language of international communication used by 80 nations and governments. In the United States, it is estimated that up to 11 million people are Francophone, and 13 million Americans claim French, French-Canadian, or Acadian origin. The majority of Franco-Americans are concentrated in New England, as well as Louisiana. Clearly, French is a rich international language that connects people well beyond the borders of France!

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Upcoming Events

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Wednesday, October 18, 2017 6:00 PM To 8:00 PM

In October, we invite you to discover the life and writings of a female author, writer, muse, or poet for our monthly book club.

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Book Club

Bouillon de Lectures: #NovembreNumérique

Les nouvelles technologies et la littérature

Wednesday, November 8, 2017 6:00 PM To 7:00 PM

E-books, liseuses, tablettes, et bibliothèques numériques : nous voici dans le monde littéraire du 21e siècle...

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Exhibition

Wonder Women

Anne Plaisance + Transition House

From Sep 19, 2017 To Oct 23, 2017

In this exhibition, tiny houses by the residents of Transition House as well as paintings by the artist Anne Plaisance aim to spark dialogue and develop strategies to address homelessness and violence against women.

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