The sanctuary of Notre Dame des Victoires in Quebec. The inscription on the rear wall reads, ‘Deus Provideat Kebeka Liberata’ (‘May God produce a liberated Quebec’), which seems a rather contentious prayer.
Statue of Jacques Cartier in Quebec. The inscribed quotation reads is remarkable in its vacuousness: ‘Dans un pays comme le nôtre, il faut que tous les droits soient sauvegardés, que toutes les convictions soient respectées.’
The redoubt in the Parc de l’Artillerie in Quebec has different rooms laid out in the different ways the building was used over the years, under French, British, and later Canadian occupation. At the top is this British officer’s drawing room from the 1930s.