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Opening hours for the Fête nationale and Canada Day

Please note that all BAnQ facilities will be closed for the Fête nationale on Friday, June 24, and on Canada Day, Friday, July 1.

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Advitam

Recherche avancée Aide

Pistard vous permet de consulter les fonds et les collections d'archives conservés par BAnQ ou l'un de ses partenaires.

Inscrivez un mot ou une expression à rechercher (par exemple : un sujet, un lieu, un événement, un nom de personne ou d'organisme, etc.).

Si vous souhaitez entrer plus d'un mot ou d'une expression ou si vous souhaitez chercher parmi les archives d’un centre en particulier, optez pour la recherche avancée.

Généalogie

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Cherchez simultanément dans les 17 bases de données publiques de BAnQ en généalogie.

Vous pouvez restreindre les résultats de la recherche en cochant seulement les bases de données qui vous intéressent à l’aide de l’option « Limiter la recherche ».

La recherche se fait à partir du nom de famille (au moins 3 lettres) et du prénom (optionnel).

National Archives in Sept-Îles

Territory covered: Côte-Nord region
Inaugurated in 1981

ALONG THE WHALE ROUTE
An immense territory bathed by the sea and rooted in the forest

Railway.

IOC railway, October 8, 1970.
National Archives in Sept-Îles, Iron Ore Company of Canada fonds, (P21, N1171).
Unidentified photographer.

The National Archives in Sept-Îles covers an area of ​​351,523 km2 extending west to east from Tadoussac to Blanc-Sablon and south to north from Anticosti Island to the Labrador border. It is part of the network of 10 Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec (BAnQ) archives centres located throughout Québec.

Dedicated to the preservation and development of the Côte-Nord region's public and private archives, it offers researchers and the general public a reading room and efficient staffers to guide them in the use of the wide range of research tools and materials the centre holds. Every year, the National Archives inSept-Îles welcomes hundreds of patrons, essentially from the educational and professional sectors. They use the centre's services for research concerning the history of their families, localities or regions.

The National Archives in Sept-Îles provide access to a great deal of archival materials including:

  • more than 275,000 photographs;
  • more than 3,000 maps;
  • more than 315 films and videos;
  • more than 200 audio materials;
  • more than 520 linear metres of text documents.
Monolythe.

"La Botte" monolyth.
National Archives in Sept-Îles, Roland Jomphe fonds.
(P53, S1, SS1, D27). Unidentified photographer.

The public archives include those from the:

  • ministère de la Culture et des Communications;
  • Office de planification et de développement du Québec;
  • Superior Court of Québec;
  • ministère de l'Industrie et du Commerce;
  • ministère des Terres et Forêts;
  • Commission d'enquête sur la tragédie du pont de la rivière Sainte-Marguerite (1984);
  • Commission Roberge;
  • Ville de Gagnon, which no longer exists.

The principal private archives collections include the:

  • Société historique du Golfe collections;
  • Mitchell Campbell fonds;
  • Iron Ore Company of Canada (IOC) fonds;
  • Québec Cartier Mining company fonds;
  • Famille Dufresne fonds;
  • Placide Vigneau fonds;
  • Pauline Laurin fonds;
  • Joseph-Émile Chabot fonds.

 

Certified private archives service and Partners


Check the Certified private archives services list (in French only) to find the one in your region.
 

Contact information

Noranda street, Rouyn, 1938.

Slicing cod at Rivière-au-Tonnerre, 1920-1930.
The National Archives in Sept-Îles, Joseph-Émile Chabot fonds, (P61, S1, P32).
Photographer: Joseph-Émile Chabot.

National Archives in Sept-Îles
700, boulevard Laure, bureau 190
Sept-Îles (Québec)  G4R 1Y1

Opening hours
Monday through Friday: from 8:30 am to 12 noon and from 1 pm to 4:30 pm
Saturday and Sunday: closed


Genealogy research on Wednesday
from 7 pm to 9 pm (from mid-September to mid-June)
Overseen by the Société de généalogie de la Côte-Nord

Telephone: 418 964-8434 or 1 800 363-9028, option 4 then option 9
Fax: 418 964-8500
E-mail: archives.sept-iles@banq.qc.ca