A BIT OF HISTORY
Louis-Joseph Papineau, in addition to having presided over the National Assembly in Quebec City, was the leader of the Patriotes during the Rebellion of 1837-1838. He collaborated in the drafting of "The Ninety-Two Resolutions" calling for changes in the administration of the government of Lower Canada, a report also denouncing corruption. England's refusal provoked the uprising of the people.
The cheese label recalls a historic battle of this rebellion.