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The boundless world of wine

Tokaji Oremus Mandolas 2021 After the fall of the Berlin wall in 1989, the Hungarian government offered for sale properties in the Tokay wine region, known for its characteristic sweet…

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Puddle jumping

April is an in-between month for seasons. It’s not really winter, and – generally – not warm enough to be truly spring in the Laurentians. At our home in Brébeuf,…

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Marius: the return of the neighbourhood bistro

In 2000, Mont-Tremblant expanded to include the charming town of Saint-Jovite, today known as downtown Mont-Tremblant, where locals gather to escape the tourist-oriented atmosphere of the resort. In January 2024,…

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The Prud’homme family

You must be familiar with the name: it probably brings to mind the “pont Prud’homme” – the Prud’homme bridge. But while that’s the name of the bridge today, there’s a…

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Canada yew, the shrub that saves lives

The Canada yew (Taxus canadensis) is an understory shrub common in most forests of Quebec and Eastern North America. This small conifer contains a chemical compound with anti-cancerous properties. Sometimes…

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The best après-ski movies

Whether we’re an expert, novice, or après skier, we all have our favourite ski movie. It’s the one you watch every winter. I’m not talking about serious films like Downhill…

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Cancer prevention and detection

As a family physician who works to promote my patients’ health, I would like to share some important recommendations about the early detection of various types of cancer. Prevention plays…

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Time for flagons

Domaine de Courbissac Roc du Piere 2019 One could not walk barefoot on Roc du Piere. This soil from Domaine de Courbissac is a rocky carpet of sandstone shards through…

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Four-ingredient salmon fillets 

Looking for a recipe that will become a favourite? This is it! Simple and easy, this salmon recipe will become THE ONE when cooking salmon at home. It makes two…

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Celebrating seniority

I have officially entered the world of senior citizen discounts. I’ve read that 65 is the age of “Late Adulthood”. I can appreciate that label, as I seem to be…

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