French president and co-founder of Cooperation and Emergency Architects will be in Quebec for the first day of training for humanitarian architecture.

Montreal, February 27, 2009 – Mr. Patrick Coulombel [Amiens, France] and Mr. Bernard McNamara [Quebec, Canada], French and Canadian presidents and co-founders of Cooperation and Emergency Architects respectively, will meet from March 9-12 with local professionals and students for the first day of training in Quebec on humanitarian architecture [developing a framework for intervention]. This day of training, to be held on March 11 in Montreal at the Gouverneur Hotel Place Dupuis, includes an important meeting with environmentalist, oceanographer and journalist, Jean Lemire [Antarctic Mission], who will discuss his views on climatic changes and their impact. To register for this lunch-conference [ticket price: $100 plus tax], to become a member or to make a donation to Cooperation and Emergency Architects, please visit

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