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Dog frisbee in the Laurentians

Located north of Mont-Tremblant in Labelle, Frisbee canin Laurentides, member of the international organization “Toss & Fetch”, provides training workshops on throwing and dog coaching, competitions, and most importantly, good…

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The Beauvallon inn

The Riddell family, Alexander and his wife Frances, bought their country home on the shores of Lac Supérieur in 1953. With their children Alex Jr. and Joy, they discovered all…

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Pilates: a passion for the human body

A new Pilates studio appeared in the middle of the Village district last fall. Carolina Akland, certified Pilates instructor and founder of Mind- BodyPlace, is on-site to welcome small groups…

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Walking on water

The dream of walking on water can become a reality thanks to the paddleboard, an outdoor activity whose popularity has grown exponentially over the past 15 years. It’s this discovery…

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Leggings and our planet

Is there a link between leggings – those beloved sports clothing items – and our planet? Here’s a story that helps us to see things more clearly. Once upon a…

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Vacation in the trees

Remember the fun of treehouses? That feeling of adventure was hard to beat. You can rekindle it with your family at Les Refuges Perchés. Less than an hour from Mont-Tremblant…

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The power of curb appeal

 Staging is not just an inside job The exterior of a property is the first place that will be viewed by a potential buyer. Curb appeal, the overall appearance from…

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Paquin & Fils (1955-2010) Souvenirs du Magasin Général

Paquin & Fils (1955-2010) Memories of a general store Ludger Paquin was born in 1900 in Escanaba, Michigan. The family came to settle in Saint-Jovite (now downtown Mont-Tremblant) in 1903….

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A local European-style Crèmerie

A rare, upscale taste treat is now available in Mont-Tremblant: gelato. Come experience European refinement and get to know the two master ice cream makers, Mario St-Laurent and Diane Bélanger,…

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Collaborative agriculture according to Jardin Cent Pépins

In the autumn of 2017, eight young farmers who specialize in growing organic vegetables, herbalism and permaculture rented a five-acre field In Mont- Tremblant. Since then they’ve been using it…

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