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Remembering the rope tow

By Jeff Swystun Before magic carpets moved tottering children gently up bunny slopes, or highspeed quads whisked thrill-seekers to towering summits, there was the humble rope tow. Until it was…

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Tender Box: Fourth album for Marc Anderson DesRochers

Well known in Mont-Tremblant for the wild concerts he and his musicians give on the night of Saint-Patrick’s Day, Marc Anderson DesRochers is launching his fourth career album this month….

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Ski clubs: a tradition for close to 100 years

The Laurentians, and more specifically the municipality of Mont-Tremblant, has had the benefit – for almost a century – of an organizational structure designed to prepare competitive alpine skiers. Even…

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Lucile Wheeler: the Mont-Tremblant sparkplug who inspired generations of women skiers

Born on January 14, 1935, in Saint-Jovite, Lucile Wheeler started to ski at the age of two. Not surprising, as her father, Harry, owned Gray Rocks ski resort. It was…

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The Saint-Louis family

The ancestor of the Saint-Louis family, so well known in our region, was born in Sorel. After completing his classical studies in the 1850s, Albert – for that was his…

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Louis Babin new director of the Chœur Tremblant

Louis Babin new director of the Choeur Tremblant  The Chœur Tremblant is pleased to present its new artistic director, Louis Babin. Fans of choral singing may already know him as…

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The Festival Stradivaria in innovation mode

For its 22nd version, the Festival Stradivaria, previously known as the Festival International Hautes-Laurentides, is reinventing itself in order to pursue the presentation of its concerts and shows. Initially scheduled…

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Saint-Sauveur’s arts festival in virtual mode, free and accessible to all

In contrast to many cultural events, the Festival des Arts de Saint-Sauveur – FASS – has decided to present its program come what may. The goal is to provide performances…

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The Pinoteau adventure

Many of our local hotel establishments were created by young, adventurous couples who were attracted by the forest industry or fell in love with the region itself. This month, we’ll…

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Dear COVID-19

You have killed thousands of people, you prevent us from seeing those we normally spend time with, you have messed up the school education of thousands of students: I really,…

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