This project has been made possible in part by the Government of Canada.

Archives Lanaudière is an NPO that reinvests all of its profits back into the preservation of Quebec’s history and heritage. Working with us means actively participating in our mission to safeguard our archival heritage.

INFOKA is a software firm specialized in the development of database management systems. Since the last twenty years, it has mainly created and commercialized document management softwares such as ARCHI-LOG, it mainstream product, a software specifically designed for historical archives management according to the canadian Rules for Archival description (RAD). It is this product that is the foundation for this project.

Kogik informatique is above all a team of professional programmers keen to build on their expertise of the latest technologies in order to realize computer applications rigorously meet the needs and budget of the client.

Graphic Design, Print & Web.

Established in 1954, the Canadian Religious Conference brings together the leaders of 250 Catholic congregations of women and men religious in Canada. The mission of the CRC is to be at the service of its members and of the Canadian Church in a discerning and prophetic way.

The Centre Culturel Chrétien de Montréal (CCCM) in a non-profit organisation founded in 2003 that aims at addressing the challenge of the Gospel of Jesus-Christ in the world of today. A variety of approaches serves that purpose : conferences, focus groups, workshops, books, a website, a year quarterly webzine Rencontre printed in a limited version, a French spoken weekly radio program Foi et Turbulences (Faith and Turmoil) broadcast on Radio VM.