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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Paquin & Fils (1955-2010) Souvenirs du Magasin Général

Paquin & Fils (1955-2010) Memories of a general store Ludger Paquin was born in 1900 in Escanaba, Michigan. The family came to settle in Saint-Jovite (now downtown Mont-Tremblant) in 1903….

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Collaborative agriculture according to Jardin Cent Pépins

In the autumn of 2017, eight young farmers who specialize in growing organic vegetables, herbalism and permaculture rented a five-acre field In Mont- Tremblant. Since then they’ve been using it…

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Nicolas Picq: an independent writer in the digital age

There’s a new author in the literary world of the Laurentians. Nicolas Picq self-published his first five novels, which are stories nicely woven with characters from our own region. His…

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A bannock renaissance

You know something is good when many claim its invention. There is the great poutine debate over who first combined fries, cheese curds and gravy. Hawaiian pizza is claimed both…

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Priceless lessons for the outdoors (Part two)

In part one, we learned that a compass, hot water and a hiking stick are great outdoor companions. It is easy to rely on cellphones or be complacent because we…

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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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