The Doiron House was built in 1841 by Joseph Doiron, a writer, justice of the peace and prosperous Acadian farmer. In addition to being a home, it was also used as a school and gathering place for the Acadian community. The former classrooms, at the lower level, are now home to Café Inclusio coffee shop. The large and unique heritage residence offers a fascinating glimpse into the city of Dieppe's past and is a must-visit for history and architecture enthusiasts.
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