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Is the water we drink really good for us?

Warmer weather often reminds us of a good habit, namely, to drink more water. Before going any further on the subject, let’s go back to the basics. Water is a…

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The golfer’s concentration

Monks in mediaeval times experienced great difficulty in concentrating. And yet, concentration was their full-time job. Their technology was certainly different from ours, but their anxiety about distractions was the…

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Brighten up your nights!

Fiegl Ribolla Gialla Collio 2019 Allowing June sunshine to dive into a glass of orange wine is visually hypnotic. In fact, the flashy, sexy colour makes us forget the tannins…

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Teed up for fun

Because the best things happen outside your comfort zone… Club in hand, I stood at the edge of Le Maître fairway on the opening day of golf season in Mont-Tremblant….

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Salad of asparagus with radishes from the Ferme Aux Petits Oignons

Springtime marks the arrival of an abundance of local farm produce. Among the offerings that we impatiently await: asparagus and the first local radishes. The Ferme Aux Petits Oignons, located…

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Laura’s top ten tips for annuals  

1. Think short-term, for the win. Buy the annuals: enjoy the pop of colour all season. 2. Own the decision and buy the larger format. Bigger baskets/plants mean better results…

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A paradise for open-water swimming: lac Tremblant

In the “great comebacks” category, after a forced pause lasting two summers, the young Traversée du lac Tremblant is back. This third such event will be held from August 3…

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Drüp: a good cup of coffee, wherever you are

Making a tasty cup of coffee as easily as you prepare a cup of tea is now possible thanks to biodegradable sachets of coffee to infuse: they’re an innovation from…

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Second wind for sEb l’artisan culinaire

The restaurant sEb will celebrate its 18th birthday at the beginning of the summer; it’s an opportunity to be seen through a different lens. When he chose to settle here…

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In Vino Veritas: a fabulous story of wine

Once upon a time … in fact, it was in 6000 B.C or so that the first grape vines appeared in the Caucasus, cradle of wine-making. Moving via Egypt, Phoenicia…

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