Every year, thousands of visitors flock to the Québec Winter Carnival to enjoy a host of activities for all ages. Those brave enough to sign up for the Quebec Winter Carnival snow bath run onto the snow, laughing and screaming. The group of semi-naked men and women are wearing...
A Montrealer from the tip of her toes to the top of her head, Anne McIsaac was born, raised, schooled and married in Montreal. She lives in a 100-year-old house with huge trees in a Victorian neighbourhood 10 minutes from downtown Montreal. After 25 years as a creative director, mostly...
An economuseum is a special museum in Quebec that showcases lively arts, artisanal food making and crafts. Although Quebec is renowned for its unique French Quebec culture, far too few visitors know about its vibrant network of 31 economuseums. From remote Iles de la Madeleines to Charlevoix, from Quebec City to...
My first French adventure occurred in the strangest place and in a destination that I’m sure not many people from my part of the world would even think to travel to - Quebec in winter. Ahh Quebec, how are you even in Canada when you seem to be such a completely...
The world’s largest log “cabin,” blonde bears, electric ATVs and remote cabins on secluded lakes make Montebello in Quebec a fabulous destination. From natural blondes (bears, that is...) through to the majesty of the world’s largest “log cabin” (Fairmont Le Château Montebello resort), there's a range of amazing things to...
Québec is renowned for its regional foods from le terroir (“the region”). Everything from foie gras to organic vegetables is available dans la belle province. Happily, fresh local fare is easy to find at bustling farmers’ markets. One of the best things to do in Montreal is to try...
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