Marius: the return of the neighbourhood bistro

In 2000, Mont-Tremblant expanded to include the charming town of Saint-Jovite, today known as downtown Mont-Tremblant, where locals gather to escape the tourist-oriented atmosphere of the resort. In January 2024,…

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Young Mont-Tremblant native on the big screen

You just have to see the trailer for the movie L’Ouragan F.Y.T. to be convinced: young Mont-Tremblant native Justin Labelle, who plays the lead role, has remarkable talent and makes…

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SOPABIC celebrates its 25 years of existence

Individuals passionate about history and heritage were at the Complexe aquatique de Mont-Tremblant on March 5 to celebrate the 25th birthday of SOPABIC.  Over its 25 years, the organization has…

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Dream season for Brittany Phelan

Brittany climbed onto the podium seven times this season and has taken not one, but two gold medals! On February 25, the Mont-Tremblant native won the FIS Ski Cross World…

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The Prud’homme family

You must be familiar with the name: it probably brings to mind the “pont Prud’homme” – the Prud’homme bridge. But while that’s the name of the bridge today, there’s a…

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New premises for the Maison de la Famille du Nord

The Maison de la Famille du Nord is happily pursuing its mission in new premises, at 725 rue de Saint-Jovite in Mont-Tremblant. As new owners of the building, the community…

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To all non-Canadians: you are allowed to buy real estate in Mont-Tremblant!

A law that came into effect on January 1, 2023, prohibited non-Canadians from purchasing residential real estate in Canada. On February 5, 2024, the Canadian government extended, until 2027, the…

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Me Joëlle Lupien & Me Bryan-Éric Lane

Lane and Blanchard Lupien open a Mont-Tremblant office

The Lane law firm and the Blanchard Lupien notaries’ offices, which together make up one of the most significant legal groups north of Montréal, will officially open, in April, new…

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Maison de Soma: serving up magic in the mountains

It’s a brilliant Laurentian winter morning. The sun is a blazing white ball hanging low in a cloudless cerulean sky. The intensity of the sunlight belies the frigid temperature that…

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Michel Normandeau

Michel Normandeau Over the years, the subjects of my columns have fluctuated between my long-ago memories and the more recent ones, but I recognize the richness of contemporary individuals in…

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