Things to do

Concert featuring movie music on June 3!

Readers who are also concert-goers may know the Choeur Tremblant as a choir that delivered sacred classical music, almost exclusively. Now the new, reborn Choeur Tremblant is branching out! Its…

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International Ball Hockey festival

The ball hockey event held in recent years at Tremblant Resort is modifying its format and becoming an international festival under the aegis of the North-American Ball Hockey Player Association…

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Big sports events return at Mont-Tremblant

The Ironman Mont-Tremblant, much appreciated both locally and internationally, has been in pause mode for the past two years. Two years of interminable, exasperating waiting for both participants and organizers….

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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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Cycling event on the chemin du Nordet

The second Ascension du col du Nordet Hillclimb will take place this coming September 24. Ratified by the Fédération québécoise des sports cyclistes (FQSC), the event has participants complete a…

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Growing bolder

Birthdays mark that we’re another year older. They can also mark another year stronger. As my birthday-meter strikes 63 this month, I am choosing stronger. Birthday fitness I share my…

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Namasté, Ratatouille and Picasso

Namasté and Ratatouille They’re back! The Namasté et Ratatouille summer camp (yoga and cooking) invites young people to discover wellbeing and the art of cooking in the delightful surroundings of…

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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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A hike with history

It was October 19, 1943. The Second World War was raging and victory far from certain for Canada and its allies. In the town of Saint-Donat, residents did their best…

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