L'Ordre national du Québec - Honneur au peuple du Québec - La plus haute distinction décernée par le gouvernement du Québec.

Monument to members

© CCNQ, Andréanne Bernard

Inaugurated in 2010, the monument of the Ordre national du Québec is located at the heart of Promenade Samuel-De Champlain. The site is accessible to most people with limited mobility. It is closed in winter.  

A crucial monument

The monument of the Ordre is a symbol of Québec’s intellectual wealth. Entitled Nos regards se tournent vers la lumière (Our eyes turn toward the light), it is the work of sculptor Roland Poulin. It strong synergy with the St. Lawrence River expresses Québec’s openness to the world.

Visitors can see the names of members (current and future) of the Ordre engraved in the stone.

© CCNQ, Anne-Marie Gauthier

Location of monument

Plan indiquant l'emplacement du monument sur la promenade Samuel-De Champlain : du ct nord ( droite, si vous vous dirigez vers l'ouest) du boulevard Champlain, entre la cte de Sillery et la cte  Gignac, prs des feux de circulation.

Honneur au monument

Last update: February 24, 2022
Online as of: September 27, 2011