We thank the City of Winnipeg Archives and the University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections for giving us access to their collection; Susan Algie, director of the Winnipeg Architecture Foundation for her support; Marc Vachon for his love of the city and taking the time guiding us through Winnipeg; poet and psychologist Darek Dawda and photograph Leif Norman for their useful advices.
Special thanks to Susan Ross, Assistant Professor at Carleton University - School of Indigenous and Canadian Studies - for her help initiating the first contacts and James Ashby and Andrew Waldron for their useful advices. We thank also John Zvonar, Conservation Landscape Architect Advisor, and Sylvie Lagueux, Projet Manager at Capital Planning for helping us finding some archives.
We thank City of Vancouver Archives for giving us access to their archives.
We thank City of Toronto Archives and Dominion Modern (Art & Industry Collection) for giving us access to their archives.
We thank Docomomo Québec for its advices, as well as the Service du greffe et des archives of Quebec City for giving us access to its archives.
The walking documentary Gesù/150 YEARS OF HISTORY is presented thanks to the financial support of de Ministère de la Culture et des Communications and de la Ville de Montréal under the Agreement on the Cultural Development of Montréal. The Gesù-Centre de créativité and Portrait Sonore are grateful to the Collège Sainte-Marie Association of Former Students for their financial help in the production of this walking documentary.