A window on Sutton’s past

Héritage Sutton retraces, preserves, interprets and shares information that paints a vivid picture of Sutton and its inhabitants.

Attentive to voices from the past

Héritage Sutton’s oral history collection is a compendium of testimonials from older residents who helped to build the Sutton that we know today.

Give the gift of history

Are you keen to dig into Sutton’s past or the area surrounding it? Do you enjoy chatting with people who share your curiosity? Do you want to give a gift to someone who’s passionate about history or maybe just welcome a newcomer to Sutton?

If your answer to any of these questions is yes, then

A duty to share

A major part of our mission is spreading information about Sutton’s history and heritage.

Consult our impressive collections

Our archives contain thousands of photos and documents that relate to Sutton’s history and built heritage.

News

Launch of a 38th history booklet

In this new issue of the Héritage Sutton historical society, the spotlight is on the built heritage. Élizabeth Bouchard and Éric Boucher, the architects in charge of the conversion of the Olivet Church into the House of Generations, tell us how the choices they made respect the soul of the small stone church in the…

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Records Management Contract

The archives of Héritage Sutton are a precious asset that we cannot use to their full value because of delays in their treatment: description, classification, indexing, etc. We hope to make up for these delays by the end of the year with the help of specialists in document management. We are therefore in recruitment mode. If…

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A special issue of History Sketchbooks on the former dairy of Sutton

Héritage Sutton publishes a special issue dedicated to the history of the old dairy and to Sutton’s rich agricultural past. A history in two parts. The first one covers the period from 1894 to 1945, during which local investors were in charge; the second part relates the period from 1945 to 1980, when the Boulanger…

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