Long-distance relationships

It is amazing to see the wildlife that inhabits Mont-Tremblant. I enjoy spotting these creatures. Where some see a nuisance, I see critical players in our ecosystem. On a few…

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The red oak: a self-portrait

“I am a red oak (Quercus rubra), the most common oak in Eastern Canada. My species is fairly abundant in southern Québec but nonetheless, I consider myself quite exceptional. For…

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Taking your yoga outdoors for a deeper connection

Whether you practise yoga three times a week, are a Saturday regular or a newbie, you can increase the benefits of your activity by taking your mat outside. Outdoor yoga…

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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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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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Domaine Saint-Bernard shapes its future

By Dominique Laverdure, President of the Fiducie du Domaine Saint-Bernard. After more than a year spent working on it, the Domaine Saint-Bernard revealed its master plan on November 12. The…

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Our culture is nature?

This slogan now appears on most of our Ville’s official communications. You’ll see it, as well, on the cover of the 2019 – 2023 strategic plan. Like many residents and…

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Classes in and about nature

For the past several years, the Domaine Saint-Bernard has been hosting groups of young people, from preschoolers to post-secondary level students, in classes about nature that allow them to discover…

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