Second wind for sEb l’artisan culinaire

The restaurant sEb will celebrate its 18th birthday at the beginning of the summer; it’s an opportunity to be seen through a different lens. When he chose to settle here…

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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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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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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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Vacation in the trees

Remember the fun of treehouses? That feeling of adventure was hard to beat. You can rekindle it with your family at Les Refuges Perchés. Less than an hour from Mont-Tremblant…

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Rock climbing in the Laurentians

The small town of Chamonix, nestled at the foot of France’s Mont Blanc, is recognized as the world capital of mountain climbing. It all started in 1786 with the first…

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Organic milk in La Conception

The Ferme Geneviève et Bruno Bessette, one of five organic milk farms in the Laurentians, has existed since 2012. Bruno is from the fifth generation of the Bessette family since…

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Ski patroller: Far from a simple mountain outing, it’s a vocation

Special collaboration: Paul Laramée Newly trained by the l’Institut national de secourisme du Québec (INSQ)[1], Quebec’s largest network of private ski patrollers, the author presents the experience he went through…

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The ruffed grouse: a charming forest bird

When December returns and the snow snows…it’s time to observe the ruffed grouse, the well-known partridge of our woods. While present in our territory year-round, the grouse walks across the…

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