Liette Dion

Visit of La Maison Adhémar-Dion (Quebec)

On August 31, 2011 Celine Dion and part of the Dion family, visited La Maison Adhemar Dion, a palliative care centre opened in memory of Celine's father, in Lanaudière-Sud, Quebec, Canada. La Maison Adhémar-Dion is a non-profit organization open in 2010 and built by donators of the Fondation du Centre de santé et des services […]

Le Tournoi des mecenes / Le Party des fetes (Quebec)

On Thursday, December 8, 2005, Celine Dion attended the black-jack tournament 'Le Tournoi des mecenes' organized by her husband Rene Angelil at the Casino of Montreal, Quebec. It helped raise 311 000 Canadian dollars for the benefit of the Celine Dion Foundation. The tournament was followed by the show Le Party des fetes performed by […]

Gala 'Simplement Marnay' (Quebec)

On Wednesday July 9, 2003, in Gatineau, Quebec, Canada, Celine Dion took part at the gala event Simplement Marnay honouring songwriter Eddy Marnay, who passed away on January 3, 2003. "It is such a pleasure to be here, to be received like this", Céline Dion said upon her arrival at the Maison de la culture […]

Celine's 30th birthday (Quebec)

On March 30, 1998, Celine Dion celebrated her 30th birthday in Montreal, Quebec. Celine's family and friends surprised her with a disco party! After arriving at the extravagant event, Celine quickly changed her outfit in order to fit in with the sequin and boa-clad crowd. The party proved true to tour-tradition as Celine even received […]

These are special times

The album was released worldwide on November 3rd, 1998. It took only nine days for Celine to record it in Miami! Directed by David Foster and Ric Wake, the album features sixteen traditional and modern tracks. Among them, six pieces are original. Celine sings in english, french, spanish, latin and italian!

Celine Dion & Rene Angelil's wedding (Quebec)

On December 17, 1994, Celine Dion and Rene Angelil get married at the Basilica Notre-Dame in Montreal, Quebec. A dinner then takes place at the Westin Mount Royal Hotel in Montreal. A 21-piece string orchestra, directed by David Foster at the piano, with Warren Wiebe singing The colour of my love, announces the dinner and […]