Femmes pour Logifem vol III ! – Free, nightly virtual concerts
An esteemed organization that we hold dear at DFS, Logifem provides shelter and care to women and children in Montreal to equip and empower them to leave the cycle of homelessness and to thrive.
Starting Sunday, March 21st, twenty nine female artists have come together to support Logifem by offering 7 free VIRTUAL CONCERTS that you can enjoy from the comfort of your home. There will be something for everyone!The lineup includes R&B, Jazz, Modern Indie, Soul, Rock and so much more. The concert links will be available every night as of 8 pm, from Sunday March 21 to Saturday March 27.
Go to the event Facebook page for details and the line up. (7) Femmes Pour Logifem - Vol III | Facebook
Tickets are free but we invite you to make a donation (7) Facebook
Here’s the promo video (7) Watch | Facebook….a must see!
St. Jacques Belltower is a finalist for the OAQ Award of Excellence in Conservation/Restoration – Public Vote!
We are excited to announce that the renowned Saint-Jacques bell tower, integrated into UQAM's Judith-Jasmin Pavilion, has been selected as a finalist for an OAQ Award of Excellence. DFS is proud to have contributed to this project and to have worked with exceptional partners: the client, UQAM and the general contractor, St. Denis Thompson.
Click on the link Projet de restauration du clocher de l’église de Saint-Jacques to cast your vote for this beautifully restored Montreal historical monument.
Exciting new project in Edmonton...
DFS Inc. architecture & design, along with Saucier + Perrotte Architectes, have been selected to be part of the team assembled by the Marc Boutin Architectural Collaborative (MBAC) - Prime Consultant, for the historic (1930-1958) Rossdale Power Plant rehabilitation in Edmonton. Work has been underway since September and we are delighted to be a part of this amazing project.
This culturally significant location has a rich Indigenous history and was once the leading site of electrical production for the city. The River Crossing Business Plan, approved by City Council in September 2019, envisions a range of people-oriented (cultural, institutional, commercial, and entertainment) uses for this landmark site.