Notre-Dame-des-Monts

Rose-Anna Farmstead

A traditional farm setting that captured the hearts and imaginations of viewers of the TV series Le temps d’une paix. 

Closed to public
© Radio Canada, André Le Coz (en négociation)

Ferme Lajoie, 1983, Bibliothèque et archives nationales du Québec, Fonds Point du jour aviation, Jean-Marie Cosette, BANQ-Québec P690,S1,D83-520-078

In the late 1870s, Prospère Tremblay cleared a plot on the edge of the De Sales Township and settled there.

Various residents, not all of them owners, followed, the most notable being Philéas Néron from 1903 to 1930 and Arthur Lajoie (whose brother Ernest owned the land next door) from 1930 to 1961.

The farm would change hands another three times before being purchased by Héritage Charlevoix in 2001.


Le Temps d’une paix, Rose-Anna’s house

1980 - 1986

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