Laurentian Honey and Trout Rillette

The column Laurentian Cuisine celebrates our region’s farmers and producers. The recipes are thoughtfully imagined to allow us to discover local flavours. Julie Zyromski and Valentine Leclerc hereby share their…

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The Matte family

As businesses are being developed throughout the Laurentians, we note that small villages are losing their vitality and cachet because the grocery stores and service stations that have been family-managed…

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Gourmet Sauvage store

The company that’s an expert in the culinary art of the boreal forest is opening, on May 7, its very first shop, on the site of the former pisciculture –…

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From skiing to landscaping

Erik Guay – the most highly decorated alpine skier in Canada’s history – and his wife Karen recently acquired Northland in partnership with two couples, friends of theirs who, like…

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Bob Gilmour, « fou du ski »

Bob Gilmour, crazy about skiing Bob Gilmour was born on January 1, 1935, in Rosemere, Québec. His parents, Kenneth and Elsie, owned a dairy farm where they produced buttermilk. Their…

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Pecan-maple pudding cake

© Illustrated by Valentine Leclerc Anderson alias Maz   More from this author by clicking on her photo below  

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Crossing Canada on a (kick-)scooter

On April 3, Mathilde Michel and Morgan Haut leave on a journey that will take them from Tofino, Vancouver Island, to St. John’s, Newfoundland. Mathilde will travel by bike transporting…

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Three generations of Info-ski

Love of skiing is in the blood of this family which, for a day, had the distinct pleasure of gearing up in their individual Info-ski uniforms, together. Claude Cyr, who…

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The Caribou Cup: Tremblant’s annual spring madness

Winter is winding down, and while everyone has fully enjoyed the snow, there’s always that feeling of renewal as the days grow longer and some warmth appears… bashful and reluctant,…

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Sugar shacks hanging on

Québec’s sugar shacks haven’t had it easy over the past two years. The cheerful crowding that accompanied meals with family or friends were far from charming to our friends in…

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