Magog gains ­heritage protection for two churches

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Record Staff – The City of Magog has completed the process leading to heritage protection of two churches built at the end of the 19th century, Saint-Patrice and Saint-Luke. These two institutional properties, including the church, rectory, community hall and land, are now listed as heritage properties within the meaning of the Cultural Heritage Act. The two churches represent the third and fourth Magog locations to obtain this form of protection. The other two are Sainte-Marguerite-Marie Church (now the Memphrémagog Library) and the Merry House. Published in the Monday, Nov. 19 edition of The Record.

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