Gaspesian Voices: Martha Patterson

Gaspesian Voices: Martha Patterson Fort Haldimand Camp has provided generation of Gaspesian kids with a lifetime of summertime memories. Martha Patterson is part of a committee dedicated to finding ways to ensure that the tradition carries on. Podcast by Vision Gaspé-Percé Now

Gaspesian Voices: Gilles Gagné

Gaspesian Voices: Gilles Gagné A wide ranging interview with long-time Gaspé Spec news editor, Gilles Gagné, in which we discuss how the Gaspé Coast, and journalism, has changed over the course of his career. Podcast by Vision Gaspé-Percé Now

Gaspesian Voices: Jeff Patterson

Gaspesian Voices: Jeff Patterson Gaspé’s Jeff Patterson is one of the instigators of the Facebook group, Wakeham-York History Club, which has proven to be a success with people from the area. He talks about the genesis of the group, his reaction to its success, and his own passion for the history of his home area.

Gaspesian Voices: Nadia Brodeur

Gaspesian Voices: Nadia Brodeur Nadia Brodeur has recently been appointed President of the board ofdirectors of the Birthplace of Canada’s Corporation (Corporation duBerceau du Canada). In this episode of Gaspesian Voices Nadia talks tous about her youth in Gaspé, her passion forlocal history, and thechallenges she faces in her new role. Podcast by Vision Gaspé-Percé

Gaspesian Voices: Walter Willett

Gaspesian Voices: Walter Willett Walter Willett is a New Richmond born author-historian. In this episode we discuss his youth on the Gaspé Coast, his years and CEGEP and university, and delve into his latest project, a contemporary take on the 1936 by Olive Willett Smith, Gaspé, the Romantique. Podcast by Vision Gaspé-Percé Now


New here?