By Emilie Hackett, Special to the Record – Nearly six years after the Lac-Mégantic tragedy, the City of Lac-Mégantic inaugurated Le Concerto, a three-story, mixed-use building in the town’s centre on June 14. Le Concerto was one of the City’s biggest projects towards revitalizing the downtown area, requiring investments of $4 M and the hard work of a steering committee, composed of representatives from the CHIC du Granit, the CIUSSS-CHUS de l’Estrie (Installation CSSS du Granit), the CDC du Granit, Constellation du Granit, CPE sous les Étoiles and Entraide Habitat Estrie. On July 6, 2013, a freight train derailed in downtown Lac-Mégantic, which caused a fire and multiple tank cars explosions. A reported 47 citizens were killed, and over 30 buildings in the downtown area were destroyed in the blaze. All but three of the 39 remaining buildings had to be demolished due to petroleum contamination. See full story in the Tuesday, June 18 edition of The Record.