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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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 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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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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Republik: A “nature cure” for a digital brand marketing agency

Montréal marketing agency Republik decided to spend this past summer in Mont-Tremblant. The goal was to provide its staff with some fresh air in wonderful, natural surroundings. The initiative also…

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Gaston Gervais: he did it his way (second instalment)

After sharing with my father his discovery of a series of small lakes located not far from the Rouge River, Gaston and Charlie (my father) put together a group of…

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Repairer: Old-time trade or future profession?

While our governments struggle to do a better job of managing waste by setting up regional eco-centres and collecting organic materials, over-consumption of disposable products is far from being solved….

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