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Good Shepherd Sisters of Quebec recognized for historic significance

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Photo: Shirley Nadeau

MP Joël Lightbound (2nd row, left of centre), is surrounded by members of the Soeurs du Bon Pasteur at the residence in Quebec City where a historic plaque recognizing the national historical significance of the Good Shepherd Sisters of Quebec was unveiled.

A ceremony was held at the residence of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd in Quebec City on Dec. 2, during which a plaque of the Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada was unveiled by the Mother Superior Theresa Rounds and the coordinator of the residence, Sister Nicole Daigle.