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CVHS opens new research station

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The Chateauguay Valley Historical Society officially inaugurated the Robert Alexander Wilson Research Centre at its Hinchinbrooke location on May 1. The research centre honours the memory of longtime member Alex Wilson, who left the organization a very generous amount upon his passing in 2022. A part of the funds was invested in the creation of the research centre, which features two large screens and new computers loaded with the CVHS’s searchable archives and information, as well as access to photos and an index of the maps in the society’s collection. The centre was officially opened by CVHS president Ken Dolphin, with members Sylvie Crevier and Pierre Tournay. It is now open to all members and can be accessed on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10 am to noon. (SR)

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