Help Us Rebuild History at the Saint-Colomban Cemetery!

Join us in preserving the rich heritage of the Saint-Colomban Cemetery by supporting our fundraising campaign to rebuild the crumbling wall that safeguards numerous historic monuments. Together, we can ensure the protection and restoration of this sacred site for generations to come.

The Need

The existing wall supporting the monuments in the Saint-Colomban Cemetery is deteriorating, putting at risk the precious monuments that bear witness to the history of this cherished community. Without prompt intervention, these irreplaceable artifacts may be lost forever. We aim to raise $30,000 to rebuild the wall and safeguard the memory of the past.

Our Goal

With your generous contributions, we will rebuild the wall, reinforcing its structural integrity and preserving the historic monuments within its protective embrace. Your support will directly impact the preservation of this sacred space, enabling future generations to connect with their ancestors and appreciate the heritage that defines us.

Why it Matters

The Saint-Colomban Cemetery is not just a resting place for the departed but also a living testament to the cultural and historical legacy of our community. By rebuilding the wall, we are not only honoring the memory of those who came before us but also ensuring that their stories and contributions endure.

Join Us

Help us reach our $30,000 goal by making a donation today! Every contribution, big or small, makes a significant impact on the restoration of this sacred site. Together, let's watch the thermometer rise as we strive to rebuild history, one brick at a time.

Donate and Make a Difference

Visit our donation form to make a secure online donation. You can also contribute by sending a cheque to CIMPN at 61 rue Somerset, Baie D’Urfe, Quebec, Canada, H9X 2V8. Let's work together to rebuild the wall and preserve the remarkable legacy of the Saint-Colomban Cemetery.

Thank you for your support and for joining us in this important endeavor. Together, we can ensure that the past continues to inspire and educate future generations.

Past Events

Joe Beef Market – September 11th 2010 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The PSC Community Theatre & la Société d'histoire de Pointe-Saint-Charles have announced that their third annual Joe Beef Market has now been scheduled for

Saturday, September 11th 2010.

The market took place in the Joe Beef Park on the corner of Centre & Richmond Streets in Point St. Charles.

This outdoor event is great family fun & includes actors from the PSC Community Theatre dressed in period costumes; a number of artisan booths, as well as other displays & exhibitions.

As in the past, each year we honour a particular historical character from Montreal past and this year it will be Thomas Coltrin Keefer. He had an engineering focus on water supply and he became Chief Engineer of the Montreal Water Board. As well, his design for the foundations of the Victoria Bridge (“Keefer’s Shoes”) were used in the construction of the bridge. His work with the Montreal waterworks resulted in a major improvement in providing accessible water for firefighting within the city. Recently the City of Montreal renamed a small section of Atwater Street, which is south of the Lachine Canal and in Point St. Charles to rue Thomas Keefer in his honour.

For more information about this event please e-mail

Download a colour poster for the event

Visit the PSC Community Theatre web site

Visit the Société d'histoire de Pointe-Saint-Charles web site


Quebec Anglophone Heritage Network 2010 Annual General Meeting and Provincial Conference - Ways of Memory Inspiring, connecting and informing communities through heritage stewardship

This year’s conference, Ways of Memory, will explore the power and potential of local history societies and heritage groups to enrich community life. We’re planning workshops on oral-history and non-profit publishing, as well as frank discussions about leadership renewal, building partnerships and the opportunities and challenges that face Quebec’s heritage sector. Plus, a number of community exhibitors are expected to be on hand to showcase their own inspiring achievements in local history and heritage.

Call 1-877-964-0409 or email: for more information

Saturday, September 11, 2010 Hotel Chéribourg, Mount Orford, Quebec 8:30 a.m. till 10:30 a.m

Hotel Information

Invitation to Core Members

Agenda and Conference Program

Travel and Lodging Subsidy Information


1st Montreal Irish Family Day

Sunday, August 22nd 2010, the PSC Community Theatre was invited to take part in the 1st Montreal Irish Family Day which is sponsored by various Montreal Irish groups including the St. Patrick's Society; the United Irish etc.

The Irish event took place from about 10:00am until 4:00pm at:
707 Rue (Rang) de la Vallee
in Ste-Julie, Quebec
(Exit 105 of the Autoroute 20 Est)

The Theatre actors dressed in period costumes and were able to perform a little part of their skit planned for the upcoming actual Joe Beef Market - the Irish Societies have planned a full day of family fun. More details on the Irish Day can be found at:

For additional information on either the Joe Beef Market or the Irish Family Day, please send an e-mail to


Unveiling of the St. Columban Cemetery Monument

On Saturday, July 3rd 2010, the descendants, and friends, of St. Columban unveiled the Cemetery monument dedicated to the original Irish Settlers in St. Columban


Fundraising Event

Our Pasta Fundraiser for St. Columban on May 2, 2010 at Cunninghams Pub in Ste. Anne de Bellevue


Remembering St. Columban, An Irish Journey

A fundraising event took place on January 27th 2007. A tribute to the Irish of St. Columban, featuring Celtic music by the band "Tuna", dancers from the Bernadette Short school of dance and narrators, Peter Gossage and Michael Kenneally..