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As with any project of the size of the dive for the P.S. Lady Sherbrooke there are many who merit special thanks. We would like to thank the David M. Stewart Museum, the Molson Family Foundation, the Centre de Conservation du Québec, the Canadian Conservation Institute, the Centre d'Identification Zooarchéologique of the Musée National des Sciences Naturelles, the Institut Botanique de l'Université de Montréal, the Department of Art History of Concordia University, the Département de Géophysique et de Géochimie de l'Ecole Polytechnique de Montréal, the Ministère de la culture et des communications du Québec, the Ministère du loisir, de la chasse et de la pêche (Parc des îles de Boucherville), the Fédération Québécoise des Activités Subaquatiques, Outboard Marine Corporation, Honda Cananda, Atlas Copco Canada, Ultramar Canada, Kodak Canada, Castrol Canada, the Boutique du Plongeur (Triton) de Laval, Images sous-marines Yvon Courchesne, and LeRiPer Consultants.

Credits In addition to the team leaders Jean Bélisle and André Lépine the team of researchers and divers who worked on the recover of the Lady Sherbrooke included Dr. Harold E. Edgerton, Peter Mui from M.I.T., Jean-Yves Paquin, Yves Richard, Jean-Louis Roy, Bob Dufour, Christian Lacasse, Pierre Dumoulin, Pierre St-Cyr, Christian Poulin, Polydora Baker, Louise Pothier, Nadine Corbeil, Michel Huot, Pierre Richard, Marcel Goulet, Jean-Guy Brossard, Paul-Emile Tremblay, Percy Johnson, Eric Phaneuf, Donald Théberge, Cécile Belly-Aubin, Joyce (Bunny) Millar, Céline Charbonneau, and Anne Cinq-Mars.

The idea to produce a site based on this subject was introduced by Percy Johnson who acted, with Jean Bélisle and André Lépine, as the project's leaders. The internet team was made up of Antoine Cloutier-Bélisle, Franšis Théberge, Karine Giasson, Nathalie Senécal, Rita Sousa, and Philippe André Vernier Lessard. Special appreciation goes to the people at Industry Canada and the staff at Ingenia Communications. The Société historique de Saint-Henri provided a relaxed work space which deserves a warm thankyou. Finally, thankyou to the many fish that allowed the instrusion of researchers into their homes.