I've had his little book on my tablets for years. It had been passed to me by my uncle Serge Giguère so that I could take a look at it. It is a diary of the late Raymond Roy, a worker priest, his work published in semi-private, with the means at hand, by Les Éditions de l'Autrement (it still exists?), in 1996.
Yesterday, on New Year's Day, my sister France gave me an electronic copy of the documentaries made by my uncle Serge Giguère. Serge had passed on these films to his brothers and sisters and, in keeping with modernism, my sister transposed them so that our mother could watch them in her living room or on her computer.