Québec

Special Thanks

Special Thanks

To Québec City Tourism (QCT)

Our very special thanks are first and foremost addressed to managers and professionals of Québec City Tourism (QCT). Their collaboration was greatly helpful during the last and crucial stages of this project.

We would more especially like to thank:

  • Marie Racine — Who was the coordinator of this project for QCT.
  • Daniel Gagnon — Who encouraged this project as soon as he heard about it.
  • Gabriel Savard — Who authorized this collaboration between us and QCT.

To Parks Canada

Our very special thanks are also addressed to managers and professionals of Parks Canada at its Québec Area Field Unit and to the chief historian for the "Parks Canada — Fortifications of Québec National Historic Site", Dr. André Charbonneau, who have all greatly helped us in various ways since the beginning of this project.

We would more especially like to thank:

  • Odette Allaire — Who was the coordinator of this project for Parks Canada.
  • Renald Gauthier — Who met us on August 19, 2009, and helped us afterward.
  • Caroline C. Roy — Who also met us in August 2009 and helped us afterward.
  • Dr. André Charbonneau — Who gave us a solid in-depth interview.

To all those who permitted us to use their images

A lot of the images used in this presentation depended on special permissions that were granted to us. We thank all those who gave us such permissions.

We would more especially like to thank:

  • Odette Allaire of Parks Canada — For specifying the images we could use.
  • Isabelle Martineau of Natural Resources Canada — For images in their brochure.
  • Lionel Soussan of Éditions Phidal — For the beautiful photos from their great book.
  • Jérôme Bégin of Archives de la Ville de Québec — For images of « Mon 400e ».
  • Caroline Gauthier of Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec — For many images.
  • André Ruest of Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec — For many images.
  • Christopher R. Scotese of the PALEOMAP Project — For four great geological maps.
  • Pierre-Armand Lalonde of Microink.net — For two sections in a map of Old Québec.
  • Jonathan Houle, a professional photographer — For the photos he took for us.
  • Jacques Beardsell, a professional photographer — For three photos that we used.
  • René Chartrand, a professional photographer — For allowing us to use a photo of his.