From Labelle, Régal Nomade: treats for people on the go

First off, the word “Régal” means “tasty treat”, and you know what “nomad” means. So here are two young families, in which the parents are long-time outdoors enthusiasts and still…

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Marc-Ambulles: Whose product is smiles

The character Marc-Ambulles has been performing, strolling about and making people laugh for thirty years or so, and has been eliciting smiles and laughter at Tremblant for 20 years. People…

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The “Public Space” comes to life!

With a gas fireplace, skating ring (rink), table games and places to relax, the Espace public is a meeting place where shows, entertainment, festivals, exhibitions, outdoor cinema and all kinds…

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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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Book about Le P’tit Train du Nord linear park in English

An English version of the illustrated book Le P’tit Train du Nord, which has been selling nicely in French for the past year, will be launched virtually on Saturday, August…

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The Festival Stradivaria in innovation mode

For its 22nd version, the Festival Stradivaria, previously known as the Festival International Hautes-Laurentides, is reinventing itself in order to pursue the presentation of its concerts and shows. Initially scheduled…

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Karma Shala, transformation underway at the house of yoga

The yoga studio Karma Shala has quickly become central to the wellbeing practices offered in the Laurentians. And yet, as for many small businesses, the unprecedented crisis we’re going through…

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Unexpected liqueurs from Bois St-Cyr

Hand-crafted from nature in the Laurentians High fences keep out the deer – which made off with some very special vegetation – and allow Jean-Yves Gaudet and Ginette Baril to hand-craft…

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Where to get your maple fix

Well before the arrival of the first settlers, the Indigenous people of what is now Eastern Canada and the Northeastern United States gathered maple sap to transform into syrup. Legend…

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Jet Décap: stripping surfaces, gently

Unique in the Laurentians Imagine being able to take the surface of a log house down to its original condition, gently and ecologically. Better than sanding for precision jobs, aérogommage…

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