Louis S. St. Laurent National Historic Site
The Louis S. St. Laurent National Historic Site is temporarily closed for the season and will reopen on June 15, 2024. Thank you and we look forward to seeing you soon!
Located in Compton in the Eastern Townships 20 km from Sherbrooke, the Louis S. St. Laurent National Historic Site recalls the life and work of the former Canadian prime minister. Visit the house where he was born as well as his father’s general store, and fall under the spell of the beginning of the 20th century. Explore the remarkable history of a man renowned for his integrity and immerse yourself in the attractions of the rural village where he grew up.
Find out what positions are available for the summer of 2024: Interpretation, visitor services and maintenance.
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Louis S. St. Laurent National Historic Site is temporarily closed for the season and will reopen on June 15, 2024.
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