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In Quebec, A Historic Convent is Reborn as a Wellness and Therapy Centre

Camille Vindolet, Emilie Labbé, Sophie de Bressy, Alizée Couttet, SKEMA Business School

Summary

The Hôtel-Dieu de Québec was founded in the 17th century to house the Augustinian Sisters, whose role included providing care and healing for the sick and the poor in the New France colonies.

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For SKEMA: Written on the basis of material provided by Isabelle Houde (Assistant Executive Director) and Isabelle Duchesneau (Executive Director) of Le Monastère des Augustines.

10.1079/tourism.2021.0016

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