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  • Parc Robitaille (eng)

    Robitaille Park in Québec City (Sainte-Foy borough), created in 1989 on the ancestral land of the Robitailles

  • Armoiries (eng)

    The coat of arms created by the Association of Robitaille families inc. in 1991 with its motto Travail et Fierté (Work and Pride) found following a contest among the members

  • Monument-eng

    Commemorative monument unveiled in 1993 in Robitaille Park

  • President-eng

    President Florent Robitaille at the Association's booth during the Family Heritage Fair at Laurier Québec

  • Commitee-eng

    The Commitee for the maintenance and embellishment of the monument, in 2014

L'Association des familles Robitaille is proud to welcome you to its official web site.

Our goal is to explain where the Robitaille family comes from and what are its particularities, specially in North America.

We hope that our Association and specially this web site will be an great opportunity to make rewarding and meaningful contact.

Check our calendar of activities. Take a look at our newsletter Les Robitailleries and its archive collection.

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  • A Word from the President - Spring 2022

    Hello loyal members,

    A new year has begun with great hope that near-normal life will return.

    Some received a 4th dose of vaccine to hopefully reduce the risk of contamination or, at least, reduce the

    Read more: A Word from the President - Spring 2022

  • Newsletter #94

    In Newsletter #94 (Spring 2022) we continue the publication of Lorraine Robitaille-Samson's book with chapter 6.

    We also tell the story of Alfred Robitaille. a vinegar manufacturer.

    Forty-eight pages of Robitaille stories!

    Robitailleries No 94

  • Souvenirs 1991

    The Association received as a gift a souvenir photo album of the Robitailles' trip to the land of the ancestors in 1991.

    Were you on that trip?

     

    Link to that album

  • Cards Up!

    Cartes mortuaires Robitaille

    Please Share Yours!

    In many family photo albums, people have kept these funeral cards collected over the years and painful events,

    Depending on the era, the format of the cards varied. The most common form these days is

    Read more: Cards Up!