About Louis Rémillard

Louis Rémillard



Historic, Sociopolitical

All audience

Louis Rémillard is a comic book author with a long track record. He began to publish in 1973, producing a series of publications oscillating between humour and narrative research. In 2008, his book Voyage en zone d’exploitation earned a nomination for the Bédéis-Causa Award, and he received the Marc-Olivier Lavertu Award from the students achieving a degree in comic at UQO. Passionate about the culture of the First Nations while traveling the rivers of Quebec by canoe, he tackled his magnum opus, a trilogy on the First Nations. Le retour de l’Iroquois was the first volume; it would then be followed by Traces de mocassins (May 2020) and Les routes de troc (2022). These three volumes are the summary of exhaustive research and offer a detailed and original recreation of the life of the First Nations and first settlers in Quebec. Rémillard combines characters drawn with clear lines with a breathtaking interpretation of Quebec nature.


Trace de mocassins – 2019, Moelle graphik

MCAF 2024

Present at 

Moelle graphik   A06

Book Signing Schedule

Friday, May 24

Saturday, May 25

Sunday, May 26

Guest at MCAF

2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2021, 2022, 2023, 2024