Le Droit in Ottawa celebrated Wednesday, March 27, his 100 years…
A small newspaper often moribund but which made history, long associated directly to Catholic religious clergy who also managed the activities. This newspaper represents the deepest history of Francophones in Canada.
At the beginning of the century until the 1960s, there was in French Canada three major newspapers activists French: Le Devoir of Montreal; L’Evangeline of Moncton and Le Droit in Ottawa. Of the three, L’Evangeline disappeared in 1982 to be replaced by L’Acadie Nouvelle.
Happy Birthday LE DROIT!
Photo 1: The 100-year anniversary celebrations;
See LE DROIT website ;