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Hamstrung by hamstrings

Dealing with injuries is a harsh reality for almost any athlete. No matter how careful you are, injuries happen. How you care for an injury determines whether the issue is…

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The red squirrel: impudent and rowdy

Fall is a busy season for the red squirrel. Because it’s active all year round, it stores food in preparation for winter. Let’s take this opportunity to observe its comings…

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Sleep for better energy, healthy weight and more!

In the next few months, almost everything that lives in nature will go into ‘’sleep mode’’ to refuel before next spring. For us humans, sleep becomes even more important at…

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The dreaded ice saints

Well known to wine producers, the dates known as St-Mamert, St-Pancrace and St-Gervais – from May 11 to 13 – are the last days of the calendar for a frost…

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The Mont-Tremblant area in living colour

Every season has a special beauty in the Laurentian Mountains, but nothing beats the vibrant colours of fall. Especially when seen from a mountain top. Add the bonus that all…

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The red oak: a self-portrait

“I am a red oak (Quercus rubra), the most common oak in Eastern Canada. My species is fairly abundant in southern Québec but nonetheless, I consider myself quite exceptional. For…

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Intermittent fasting: a magical solution?

We’re sure that you’ve heard about intermittent fasting, the dietary approach that consists of limiting the time you eat. It’s a great way to “pause” our digestive system so that…

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A whole fruit salad in your glass!

Meinkland Kontakt If you’ve never tried a funky, skin-macerated wine, Kontakt from the Meinkland company is a good bet. This Austrian wine, made from welschriesling, pinot gris and traminer grapes,…

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Foraging fitness

I had no idea that the wild berries I found on the edge of a forest would lead to a foraging adventure…. An unexpected treat I spied the tiny plump…

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Slow and steady wins the race

Aesop was right. Without being the tortoise in the fable, you can progress by taking small steps and in particular, by being steady in your efforts to develop your physical…

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