Sometimes called the sailors church because it has a history associated with sailors and replicas of ships hang from the ceiling. The altar area reminds me of churches in Venice with the paintings behind the altar.
It's worth it to spend the extra to climb the tower. It has great views of the water front and across the St.Lawerence you can see the Biosphere and 'man' sculpture. The fee to the tower also gets you into the museum which displays objects found in the archaeological dig below the current church. It reveals a lot of the early history of the area.
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