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Gourmet Sauvage

By Jenève Gervais, Republik It was at the Saint-Faustin-Lac-Carré pisciculture (fish-farming station) that the team from Republik, the Montréal marketing agency, discovered the world of Gourmet Sauvage. There they met…

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Ski clubs: a tradition for close to 100 years – Part 2

When Joe Ryan died in 1950, his wife Mary Ryan registered her own ski club. Because the competitions were being held on Mont Tremblant and the resort had access to…

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Mélanie Turgeon: From yesterday’s successes to today’s

Mélanie Turgeon was a real icon of Canadian alpine skiing in the ‘90s and 2000s, but then she had to “rebuild her toolbox”, as she nicely puts it. Today she…

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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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Chefs à la rescousse: More than just emergency help

The organization called Chefs à la rescousse (chefs to the rescue), founded jointly by local restaurateurs and businesspeople during the first wave of Covid, continues its mission in 2021. Since…

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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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A responsible treat : Palette de Bine chocolate

By Élie Brisebois, Republik Montreal agency Republik, a Mont-Tremblant “staying guest” since the summer, has sought out local firms that share its vision of a responsible business world. This time…

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The Serres Frank Zyromski greenhouses

By Catherine Foissy, Republik This time, the Republik team traveled to Rivière-Rouge to meet with Frank, the owner of the Serres Frank Zyromski greenhouses. On the agenda: rational agriculture and…

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A shoe repairer looking for a successor

Cobbler Bruno Roland loves his craft and is ready to pass it on. While he has reached retirement age, he can’t stand the thought of closing his business without having…

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Community spirit and a feeling of belonging in these difficult times

This December column is an appeal to you, citizens and seasonal residents. In all humility, I must admit that I need your help. In these difficult times, and as the…

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