42 057 new headstones on Genealogy Quebec!

42 057 headstone were added to the Obituary section, one of the 15 tools available to Genealogy Quebec subscribers.

These new images bring the total number of tombstones available on the website to over 712 000. Here are the cemeteries that were added or completed in this update:

Ripon, comté Papineau, Québec
Rivière-du-Loup, Cim des Clarisses, comté Rivière-du-Loup, Québec
Sarsfield, Ontario
Scott, comté de Beauce, Québec
Shawinigan, St-Joseph, comté St-Maurice, Québec
Sherbrooke, cimetière de Saint-Michel, comté de Sherbrooke, Québec
St-Agapit, comté de Lotbinière, Québec
St-Alban, comté de Portneuf, Québec
St-Albert-de-Warwick, Comté Arthabaska, Québec
St-Alexandre, 2eme, comté Kamouraska, Québec
St-Anaclet-de-Lessard, comté Rimouski, Québec
St-Antonin, comté Kamouraska, Québec
St-Augustin de Desmaures, comté Portneuf, Québec
St-Augustin de Desmaures, comté Portneuf, Québec
St-Camille-de-Lellis, comté de Bellechasse, Québec
Ste-Agathe, comté de Lotbinière, Québec
Ste-Blandine, comté de Rimouski, Québec
Ste-Brigitte-de-Laval, comté de Montmorency, Québec
Ste-Clothilde-de-Horton, comté Arthabaska, Québec
Ste-Elisabeth-de-Warwick, comté Arthabaska, Québec
Ste-Hélène, comté de Bagot, Québec
St-Elzéar, comté Témiscouata, Québec
Ste-Marguerite-de-Lingwick, comté de Beauce, Québec
Ste-Perpétue, comté Nicolet, Québec
Ste-Rosalie, comté de Bagot, Québec
Ste-Rose de Poularies, comté Abitibi, Québec
St-Eugène, comté L’Islet, Québec
St-Félix-de-Valois, comté Joliette, Québec
St-Féréol-les-Neiges, comté Charlevoix, Québec
St-Frédéric, comté de Beauce, Québec
St-Gabriel-de-Valcartier (catholique), comté Québec, Québec
St-Georges, comté Champlain, Québec
St-Grégoire, comté de Montmorency, Québec
St-Jean-de-Dieu, comté Rivière-du-Loup, Québec
St-Jules, comté de Beauce, Québec
St-Louis de France, comté Champlain, Quebec
St-Luc, comté de Bellechasse, Québec
St-Philémon, comté Bellechasse, Québec
Sts-Anges, comté de Beauce, Québec
St-Tite, comté de Champlain, Québec
St-Tite-des-Caps, comté Charlevoix, Québec
Thetford Mines, St-Alphonse, comté de Mégantic, Québec
Thetford Mines, St-Maurice, comté de Mégantic, Québec
Thurso, comté Papineau, Québec
Tring-Jonction, comté de Beauce, Québec
Trois-Rivières, St-Michel, comté St-Maurice, Québec
Val-Bélair (St-Gérard-Magella), comté Québec, Québec
Vallée-Jonction, comté de Beauce, Québec

Headstones on Genealogy Quebec

Every headstone available on Genealogy Quebec has been indexed and can be consulted in the Obituary section. The collection can be searched by last name and by the text written on the stone.

Clicking on a result will bring up the picture of the stone.

The Obituary section also contains 3 additional collections:

  • Internet obituaries, which contains 2.6 million obituaries published online from 1999 to today.
  • Newspaper obituaries, which contains over 700 000 obituaries from newspapers published between 1860 and today.
  • Memorial cards, which contains tens of thousands of memorial cards published between 1860 and today.

All of these collections are indexed and can be explored using a search engine.

The Obituary section may be browsed with a subscription to Genealogy Quebec at this address.

What is Genealogy Quebec?

Genealogy Quebec is a subscription based research website regrouping all of the collections and tools developed by the Drouin Institute over the course of its existence.

The website’s 15 tools and collections total for over 46 million images and files covering all of Quebec as well as part of the United States, Ontario and Acadia from 1621 to this day. Genealogy Quebec is by far the largest collection of Quebec genealogical and historical documents on the Web.

 

 

Genealogically yours,

The Drouin team

LAFRANCE update : New Protestant records on Genealogy Quebec

The addition of indexed parish records continues on the LAFRANCE, one of the 15 tools offered to Genealogy Quebec subscribers.

In this latest update, some 4208 Protestant records from Quebec have been added.

Quebec City (Protestant)

2730 Protestant baptism and burial records from Quebec City recorded between 1768 and 1800 were indexed and added to the LAFRANCE.


Source: Record 6200362, LAFRANCEGenealogyQuebec.com

Frelighsburg (Anglican Church, Holy Trinity)

As for the Anglican parish of Frelighsburg, located in the Eastern Townships, 1478 baptism and burial records were indexed and added.


Source: Record 6198244, LAFRANCEGenealogyQuebec.com

These records can be browsed in the LAFRANCE, which also contains ALL of Quebec’s Catholic marriages from 1621 to 1918, ALL of Quebec’s Catholic baptisms and burials from 1621 to 1861 as well as ALL of Quebec’s Protestant marriages from 1760 to 1849.
You will find more information about the LAFRANCE on the Drouin Institute’s blog.

Last Tuesday, the Drouin Institute was featured on Salut Bonjour, the most popular morning show in Quebec. If you missed it, you can view the segment by clicking on the image below (please note that it is in French).

 

Genealogically yours,

The Drouin team

26 392 parish register images added to Genealogy Quebec

26 392 parish register images have been added to the Drouin Collection Records, one of the 15 tools available to Genealogy Quebec subscribers.

Notre-Dame de Montréal (Parish registers 1621-1876)

4173 images from the register of Notre-Dame de Montréal dated between 1705 and 1792 were added to the Registre paroissiaux 1621-1876 collection, which contains the religious copy of Quebec’s parish registers for the period in question. The civil copy of these same registers is also available on Genealogy Quebec.

These new images may be browsed in the Drouin Collection Records (subscription required) under the Québec/Registres paroissiaux 1621-1876 folder.

73 Montreal parishes (Non-catholic registers 1760-1885)

22 219 images of Montreal area non-catholic parishes, dated from 1760 to 1885, were added to the Registres non-catholiques 1760-1885 collection.

Here are the parishes that were added through this update:

Abénakis (Anglican Church) Baie Missisquoi (Anglican Church)
Berthier (Anglican Church) Bolton (Methodist Church)
Bolton (Wesleyan and Methodist Church) Bolton and Potton (Methodist Church)
Bolton, Stukely and Ely (Methodist Church) Brome (Methodist Church)
Canada-East (Methodist Church) Chambly (Methodist Church)
Chambly (Saint Stephen Anglican Church) Clarenceville (Anglican Church)
Clarenceville (Methodist Church) Clarenceville (Wesleyan Methodist Congregation)
Clarenceville Circuit (Wesleyan Methodist Church) Cowansville (Methodist Church)
Dunham (Methodist Church) Dunham (Wesleyan Methodist Church)
Dunham (Wesleyan Methodist New Connexion Church) Dunham Circuit (Wesleyan Methodist Church)
Dunham Flat (Wesleyan Methodist Church) Farnham, canton (Anglican Church)
Frelighsburg (Anglican Church) Frelighsburg (Church of England)
Glen Sutton (Anglican Church) Granby, canton (Anglican Church)
Grande-Ligne (Baptist Church)) Hemmingford-Sherrington (Episcopal Church)
Henrysburg (Methodist Church) Henryville (Anglican Church)
Isle-aux-Noix (Episcopal Church) La Prairie (Presbyterian Church)
La Prairie (Saint Luke Anglican Church) L’Acadie (Anglican Church)
Lachine (Presbyterian St. Andrew’s Church) Lacolle (Episcopal Church)
Longueuil (Saint Mark’s Anglican Church) Mansonville (Church of England)
Milton et Roxton (Anglican Church) Montréal (Advent Christian Church)
Montréal (Christ Church Anglican) Montréal (Jewish German, Polish)
Montréal (Jewish, Spanish and Portuguese) Montréal (Lutheran St. John German Evangelical Church)
Montréal (Methodist Centenary Church, Pointe St. Charles ) Montréal (Methodist Dominion Square Church)
Montréal (Presbyterian Erskine Church) Montréal (Presbyterian Knox Church)
Montréal (Saint Jude Anglican Church) Montréal (Saint Luke Anglican Church)
Montréal (Saint Martin’s Anglican Church) Montréal (St John the Evangelist, Anglican Church)
Noyan (Anglican Church) Noyan et Foucault (Anglican Church)
Noyan et Foucault (Church of England) Odelltown (Methodist Wesleyan Church)
Philipsburg (Anglican Church) Potton (Anglican Church)
Potton (Church of England) Sabrevois (Episcopal Church)
Sorel (Christ Church) Sorel (St. Francis Congregational Church)
Sorel (William Henry Congregational Church) St-Armand (Anglican Church)
St-Armand (Episcopal Church) St-Armand-Est (Anglican Church)
St-Jean-sur-Richelieu (Anglican Church) St-Jean-sur-Richelieu (Anglican Garrison)
St-Jean-sur-Richelieu (Caldwell Congregation Episcopal Church) St-Jean-sur-Richelieu (Christieville Episcopal Church)
St-Jean-sur-Richelieu (Methodist Wesleyan Church) St-Rémi (Anglican Church)
Westmount (St-Mathias Anglican Church)

You may browse them with a subscription to Genealogy Quebec in the Drouin Collection Records under the Québec/Registres non-catholiques 1760-1885/ folder.

Quebec parish registers available in the Drouin Collection

The Drouin Collection Records is a collection of images of parish registers (baptisms, burials and marriages) as well as other documents of historical and genealogical significance. It covers all of Quebec and French Acadia as well as parts of Ontario, New Brunswick and the Northeastern United States.

This massive collection contains the entirety of Quebec’s civil registry from 1621 to the 1940s, which encompasses the vast majority of individuals who lived in the province during that period, making it an invaluable tool for genealogical research.

The parish registers of Quebec available in this collection are organized under different subsections.

Fonds Drouin

The Fonds Drouin folder contains all of Quebec’s parish registers, from their inception in 1621 all the way to the 1940s and even sometimes 1967, depending on the parish.

It is on this collection that the LAFRANCE index, another one of the multiple tools available to Genealogy Quebec subscribers, is based. The LAFRANCE index contains all of Quebec’s Catholic baptisms and burials between 1621 and 1861, all of Quebec’s Catholic marriages between 1621 and 1919, and all of Quebec’s Protestant marriages between 1760 and 1849.

Registres paroissiaux 1621-1876 (Parish registers 1621-1876)

The Registres paroissiaux 1621-1876 (Parish registers 1621-1876) folder contains the parish registers of Quebec from 1621 to 1876. However, these are not the same images as those available under the Fonds Drouin folder.

Historically, a parish priest in charge of recording baptisms, marriages and burials had to produce two copies of his register. One copy was kept at the church, and the other was sent to the court office, the so-called civil copy. The copy in the Fonds Drouin folder of the Drouin Collection Records is this civil copy, while the one in the Registres paroissiaux 1621-1876 (Parish registers 1621-1876) folder is the religious copy kept in the church.

Registres non-catholiques 1760-1885 (Non-catholic registers 1760-1885)

The Registres non-catholiques 1760-1885 folder contains the registers of various Quebec non-Catholic parishes from 1760 to 1885.

Most of these registers are also available in the Fonds Drouin folder, but the version available in Registres non-catholiques 1760-1885 was photographed more recently and may prove useful if the Fonds Drouin copy is of poor quality.

Registres paroissiaux du Fonds Létourneau (1820-2013) (Fonds Létourneau parish registers (1820-2013))

The Fonds Létourneau is a collection of parish registers photographed by the Société de Généalogie des Cantons-de-L’Est.

These registers cover the Sherbrooke diocese from the opening of the registers up to 2013.

Registres québécois, Actes découpés (Quebec registers, cropped records)

The Registres québécois, Actes découpés folder contains cropped records taken from various parish registers in Abitibi-Témiscamingue as well as the Gaspé Peninsula. What differentiates these records is that they are individually cropped from the parish register, often making them easier to browse and read.

Registres québécois, Série 4000 (1801-2008) (Série 4000 Quebec registers (1801-2008))

The Série 4000 contains parish registers from various regions in Quebec, mainly the Gaspé Peninsula, Mauricie, the Laurentians, the Eastern Townships and Outaouais. These registers cover from the beginning of the 19th century up to 2008.

You may browse all of these parish registers and much more by subscribing to Genealogy Quebec today!

Genealogically yours,

The Drouin team

Ontario newspaper and 5600 wedding photos added to Genealogy Quebec

5600 wedding photos as well as the Chesterville Record, a newspaper from Ontario, were recently added to Genealogy Quebec.

The Chesterville Record

The Chersterville Record is an English-language newspaper from Ontario digitized with the collaboration of Généalogie et archives Saint-Laurent inc., a genealogical society located in Cornwall, Ontario.
This collection spans from 1894 to 1939 and also includes the year 1978.

      

These 11 893 new images can be browsed in the Drouin Institute’s Miscellaneous Collections, one of 15 tools available to Genealogy Quebec subscribers, under the “23 – Journaux Anciens” folder. This new publication adds to the many newspapers already available in the section:

  • Commercial Gazette (Montréal)
  • Daily Witness (Montréal)
  • La Chronique de la Vallée du St-Maurice
  • La Minerve
  • La Semaine (Québec)
  • La Tribune Canadienne (Montréal)
  • La Vie Illustrée (Montréal)
  • L’Action Canadienne
  • L’Avant-Garde
  • L’Avenir de Quebec
  • Le Canada-Français
  • Le Carillon (Québec)
  • Le Castor (Québec)
  • Le Charivari (Québec)
  • Le National (Montréal)
  • Le Progrès du Golfe
  • Le Semeur Canadien (Montréal)
  • Le Trésor des Familles (Québec)
  • L’Obligation (Montréal)
  • L’Opinion Publique (Montréal)
  • L’Union de Woonsocket
  • L’Union des Cantons de l’Est (Arthabaskaville)
  • Midi-Presse (Montreal)
  • Paris-Canada (Montréal)
  • The Advertiser
  • The Canadian Jewish Review
  • The Dominion Illustrated News (Montréal)
  • The Inquirer (Trois-Rivières)
  • The Quebec Gazette
  • Écho d’Iberville
  • La Voix du Peuple
  • L’Alliance
  • L’Essor
  • Le Protectionniste
  • Le Courrier de St-Jean

Wedding photos

5600 wedding photos, mainly from Ontario and Quebec, have been added to the Drouin Miscellaneous Collections under the folder “26 – Généalogie Saint-Laurent – Cornwall, Ontario“. These photos are indexed under the surname and the first name of the groom.

    

The Drouin Miscellaneous Collections are also home to a variety of historical documents and archives such as letters, parish archives, postcards, biographies, judicial and municipal archives, and much more!

    

It is a must-see section of the website for those with a passion for history. You may browse it with a subscription to Genealogy Quebec at this address.

Genealogically yours,

The Drouin team

56 376 new headstones on Genealogy Quebec!

Some 56 376 headstone pictures were added to the Obituary section, one of the 15 tools available to Genealogy Quebec subscribers.

These new images bring the total number of tombstones available on the website to over 668 000. Here are the cemeteries that were added or completed in this update:

Beauport, comté Québec, Québec
Broughton-Ouest, St-Pierre, comté de Beauce, Québec
Charette, comté St-Maurice, Québec
Clarence Creek, Ontario
Grand-Mère, cimetière St-Louis, comté de Champlain, Québec
Leeds, cimetière St-Jacques, comté de Mégantic, Québec
Lowell, catholique, Mass, USA
Beauport, Soeurs de la Charité, comté Québec, Québec
Beauport, St-Mathieu-de-Villeneuve, comté Québec, Québec
Beaupré, comté Charlevoix, Québec
Donnacona, comté Portneuf, Québec
Drummondville, rues Marchand, St-Joseph, comté Drummond, Québec
East Broughton, 1er cimetière, comté de Beauce, Québec
East Broughton, 2e cimetière, comté de Beauce, Québec
Girardville, comté Lac-St-Jean, Québec
Hervey-Jonction, comté Portneuf, Québec
Laval, Notre-Dame de l’Espérence, comté Laval, Québec
Les Écureuils, comté Portneuf, Québec
Manseau, comté Nicolet, Québec
Moonbeam, Saskatchewan
Notre-Dame-de-Beauport, comté Québec, Québec
Notre-Dame-de-Portneuf, comté Portneuf, Québec
Notre-Dame-du-Portage, comté Kamouraska, Québec
Ottawa, cimetière Notre-Dame, Ontario
Packington, St-Benoit, comté Témiscouata, Québec
Pont-Rouge, comté Portneuf, Québec
Québec (Boischatel), comté Québec, Québec
Québec, Belmont, comté Québec, Québec
Pointe-au-Père, comté Rimouski, Québec
Pont-Rouge, 2eme cimetière, comté Portneuf, Québec
Pont-Rouge, comté Portneuf, Québec
Québec, La Souvenance, comté Québec, Québec
Québec, St-Sauveur, comté Québec, Québec
Québec, Courville, comté Québec, Québec
Québec, Hôpital Général, comté Québec, Québec
Québec, Notre-Dame-de-Foy, comté Québec, Québec
Québec, Orsainville, comté Québec, Québec
Québec, Sillery, comté Québec, Québec
Québec, Soeurs Ste-Jeanne-d’Arc, comté Québec
Québec, St-Émile, comté Québec, Québec
Québec, Ste-Thérèse-de-Lisieux, comté Québec, Québec

Headstones on Genealogy Quebec

Every headstone available on Genealogy Quebec has been indexed and can be consulted in the Obituary section. The collection can be searched by last name and by the text written on the stone.

Click on the result you are interested in to view a picture of the stone.

The Obituary section also contains 3 other collections:

  • Internet obituaries, which contains obituaries published online from 1999 to today.
  • Newspaper obituaries, which contains obituaries from newspapers published between 1860 and today.
  • Memorial cards, which contains tens of thousands of memorial cards published between 1860 and today.

All of these collections are indexed and can be explored using a search engine.

The Obituary section may be browsed with a subscription to Genealogy Quebec at this address.

What is Genealogy Quebec?

Genealogy Quebec is a subscription based research website regrouping all of the collections and tools developed by the Drouin Institute over the course of its existence.

The website’s 15 tools and collections total for over 45 million images and files covering all of Quebec as well as part of the United States, Ontario and Acadia from 1621 to this day. Genealogy Quebec is by far the largest collection of Quebec genealogical and historical documents on the Web.

Genealogically yours,

The Drouin team

35 000 new Acadian family files on Genealogy Quebec

A major update was applied to the Acadia – Families tool, one of the 15 collections available to Genealogy Quebec subscribers.

Around 35 000 family files were added to the tool through this update.

What is the Acadia – Families tool?

The Acadia – Families tool contains 130 342 family files based on original Acadian records.

Currently, these records span from the beginning of the Acadian colony to the end of 1849. In addition, 30 locations covering from 1850 to the end of the available registers are included. A list of these locations as well as a more detailed overview of the collection are available on the Drouin Institute’s blog.

The files compile the information available about an individual. They generally contain the names and first names of the parents, the first name of the child, the dates of birth and/or baptism, death and/or burial, and marriage (a total of 239 517 dates), as well as the parish. The files usually provide links to the original documents of the baptisms, marriages and burials mentioned.


Family file from the Acadia – Families tool. Click on the blue links to view the original documents.


Original document from Acadia – Families

The Acadia – Families tool can be browsed with a subscription to Genealogy Quebec at this address.

 

Genealogy Quebec Forum

Do you have questions about GenealogyQuebec.comPRDH-IGD.com or genealogy in general? Do you want to share your research findings with other genealogy enthusiasts?


Look no further! Subscribe to the brand new Genealogy Quebec forum today. It is free and open to all!

Genealogically yours,

The Drouin team

LAFRANCE update: New Acadian records on Genealogy Quebec

The indexing of parish registers from Ontario and Acadia continues on Genealogy Quebec, with some 6071 baptism and burial records added to the LAFRANCE this month.


Marriage record as presented on GenealogyQuebec.com’s LAFRANCE

The two main parishes included in this update are Tracadie, New Brunswick, and Arichat, Nova Scotia. The added records span from 1798 to 1861 for Tracadie, and 1839 to 1861 for Arichat.

These records can be browsed in the LAFRANCE, which also contains ALL of Quebec’s Catholic marriages from 1621 to 1918, ALL of Quebec’s Catholic baptisms and burials from 1621 to 1861 as well as ALL of Quebec’s Protestant marriages from 1760 to 1849.
You will find more information about the LAFRANCE on the Drouin Institute’s blog.

Genealogically yours,

The Drouin team

The Genealogy Quebec Forum

The Drouin Genealogical Institute is happy to announce the opening of its official forum! Come share your passion for genealogy and history with members of our team and our community!

This forum is accessible to everyone, whether you are a member of Genealogy Quebec and PRDH-IGD or not.

The sections

The forum is divided into 3 sections: “Help and technical support”, “Genealogy questions” and “Share your research and discoveries”.

Help and technical support

This section is used to submit any question or problem related to the use of PRDH-IGD.com and GenealogyQuebec.com. You may ask questions about the subscription process, the content of the databases, research tips, or anything else related to the sites. Refer to the “Genealogy questions” section for questions that are not directly related to the websites.

Genealogy questions

This section is dedicated to any question related to genealogy and history research. Refer to the “Help and technical support” section for questions specific to PRDH-IGD and Genealogy Quebec.

Share your research and discoveries

As the name suggests, this section is used to share the results of your research as well as your most interesting genealogical and historical findings. Share your successes and failures, your most complex cases and your most unusual stories!

Join the discussion

Please note that your PRDH-IGD.com and GenealogyQuebec.com login information cannot be used on the forum. To participate, you will need to register a new account on the forum.

The forum is in constant development! Please feel free to share your suggestions and comments with us, so that we can provide you with the best possible discussion platform.

 

Genealogically yours,

The Drouin team

25 000 Newspaper obituaries added to Genealogy Quebec

25 000 newspaper obituaries were added to Genealogy Quebec‘s Obituary section in May, bringing the collection to a total of over 700 000 death notices.

These new obituaries come from across Quebec and are dated, for the most part, from the 21st century.

  

Newspaper obituaries can be browsed in the Obituary section on GenealogyQuebec.com, which contains most of the obituaries, memorial cards and headstones available on the website. It is divided in 4 sub-sections:

  • Internet obituaries, which contains obituaries published online from 1999 to today.
  • Newspaper obituaries, which contains obituaries from newspapers published between 1860 and today.
  • Tombstones, which contains pictures of headstones from hundreds of cemeteries in Quebec and Ontario.
  • Memorial cards, which contains tens of thousands of memorial cards published between 1860 and today.

These subsections are indexed and can be browsed using a search engine. You will find more information about the Obituary section on the Drouin Institute blog.

 

 

Genealogically yours,

The Drouin team

New records from Ontario and Acadia – Now over 46 million images and files on Genealogy Quebec!

Although the restrictions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic pose new challenges, the activities of the Drouin Genealogical Institute continue through teleworking.

Our indexing and digitizing efforts have allowed us to reach a new milestone on Genealogy Quebec, with now over 46 million images and files available on the website. This is another important step in our efforts to preserve and share the genealogical heritage of Quebec and New France, which wouldn’t be possible without our subscribers. Thank you!

Additionally, the indexing of parish registers from Ontario and Acadia is well on its way, with some 5920 baptism, marriage and burial records added to the LAFRANCE this month.


Marriage record as presented on GenealogyQuebec.com’s LAFRANCE

Here is an overview of the additions made for each parish:

Parish name Type of record Date range Number of records
Amherstburg (St-Jean) b 1802 1861 3990
Amherstburg (St-Jean) m 1825 1861 516
Amherstburg (St-Jean) d 1803 1861 1374
Ile-Royale b 1751 1757 3
Ile-Royale m 1742 1742 1
Ile-Royale d 1732 1744 8
Orléans b 1861 1861 1
Ottawa (Notre-Dame) b 1852 1852 1
Ottawa (St-Joseph) b 1858 1861 3
Paincourt b 1857 1859 8
Port-Royal m 1707 1747 2
Williamstown b 1855 1861 13
b = baptisms m = marriages d = deaths 

These records can now be browsed in the LAFRANCE, which also contains ALL of Quebec’s Catholic marriages from 1621 to 1918, ALL of Quebec’s Catholic baptisms and burials from 1621 to 1861 as well as ALL of Quebec’s Protestant marriages from 1760 to 1849.
You will find more information about the LAFRANCE on the Drouin Institute’s blog.

To conclude, we would like to wish you and your family health, safety and courage in the context of the health crisis we are experiencing. We hope that genealogy may bring you some joy during this difficult period.

Genealogically yours,

The Drouin team