Patrick Donovan is a doctoral candidate in History at Université Laval; his thesis deals with ethnic relations within Quebec City’s Anglophone charities. He has a Masters’ in historic preservation and worked full-time from 2004 to 2009 on restoring and setting up the Morrin Centre in Quebec City, eventually serving as its Executive Director. He currently lives in Montreal, works part-time for the Quebec English-speaking Communities Research Network, and volunteers on the board of Les Amis du boulevard Saint-Laurent.
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