Category: Quebec City

Nature and Outdoor Activities in Charlevoix

  Repère boréal Repère Boréal offers a nouveau genre “Glamping” experience in unmatched comfort and unique architecture, modern and audacious. Repère boréal’s 4-season dwellings stand out thanks to their accessibility, their intimate character and their opening to nature. 3 new Maikan homes were recently added to the original 5. Their exterior siding is made of […]

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New Accomodations in Charlevoix 2018

Hôtel et Pavillons du Petit MANOIR du Casino A fresh breeze blows at the Petit Manoir du Casino with the addition of 46 new guestrooms in the hotel for a total of 189 units. The D. Beaubien hall being intended as a multi-purpose hall accommodating up to 200 people, is available for greeting groups. Now […]

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Christmas Activities in Laurentians

Come and enjoy a new way to do your Christmas shopping in the Laurentians! Pay a visit to one of our numerous crafts displays and Christmas markets where local artists, producers and craftspersons await you. Discover the exceptional work of these talented creators and pick up some very original gifts. You can also sample the […]

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Bombardier Museum of ingenuity an Valcourt

We arrived in Valcourt QC to see the place where the man known as the  pride of the town created his company that would be renowned by the  world. The visit begins with the simple garage where  Joseph Armand  Bombardier decides to overcome the challenges of driving in the deep  snow. By adapting the tractor […]

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Family fun in Granby Zoo

During the last couple of years the topic of visiting Quebec was coming up several times in our discussions. Finally in May 2017 we booked a hotel and planned out the itinerary that would include some of the places that we thought would be interesting for everyone in the family. The main destination was Quebec […]

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‘Green light’ for St Patrick’s celebrations around the world!

16 March 2017:  Over 250 iconic landmarks and sites around the world will be illuminated green over the coming days – as part of Tourism Ireland’s 2017 Global Greening initiative to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. The annual initiative, now in its eighth year, which sees a host of major landmarks around […]

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Road Trip Itineraries in Maritime Quebec

Road Trip Itineraries The Gaspésie Tour The Gaspésie Tour is a legendary seaside drive that loops around the huge Gaspé Peninsula. Begin your journey in the region of Bas-Saint-Laurent. From the Kamouraska area, Route 132 will take you all the way to Gaspé, at the tip of the peninsula, via famous Percé Rock. Read more […]

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Events schedule in Montreal for Spring 2015

FIFA [ http://www.tourisme-montreal.org/What-To-Do/Events/international-festival-of-films-on-art-fifa ] March 19 to 29, 2015 The International Festival of Films on Art embraces multiple forms of creativity. Festival TransAmériques [ http://www.tourisme-montreal.org/What-To-Do/Events/festival-transameriques ] May 21 to June 4 Dance and theatre festival that builds bridges between local and international talent. The Aztecs, People of the Sun [ http://www.tourisme-montreal.org/What-To-Do/Events/the-aztecs-people-of-the-sun-montreal ] May 29 to […]

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Lanark County Trip. August 2013

Lanark County Trip August 2013 We left Downtown Toronto on Friday and after 3,5 hours on highway we reached Nordlaw Lodge in Lanark County. Excited, we unpacked our car, had delicious dinner, and just from the dock kids went fishing. The Nordlaw Lodge (613)2733-2920 is kind of rustic place with good food, roomy cabins, and […]

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Canada Day celebration with Parks Canada

Free admission to Parks Canada sites to celebrate Canada Day OTTAWA, June 13, 2013 /CNW/ – Parks Canada reminds that admission will be free in all 44 national parks, 167 national historic sites, and four national marine conservation areas on Canada Day. To celebrate Canada Day, Canadians are invited to participate in an array of […]

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