Why do birds migrate?

As summer approaches, a good number of birds chased south by our cold winters return to brighten our surroundings. This annual migration is caused by a desire to return to…

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The eastern cottontail rabbit, in town and country

The eastern cottontail rabbit, which is present in much of the United States, moved into southern Ontario in the 1860s. Since then, it has moved progressively north, taking advantage of…

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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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Superb Mont-Tremblant Mattresses

In May of 2021, Marie-Pier Désormeaux, who owns the Natur furniture and design store, integrated the well-known Matelas Laurentien mattress store into her existing business. She also took advantage of…

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A whale of a story

The follow-up to the article “A journey home” which appeared in our August’ 2021 issue   “Though she be but little she is fierce.” Shakespeare’s well-known line from A Midsummer…

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Territoires des Amériques

  360° immersive film about the art of René Derouin From October 2 to 31, the immersive film Territoires des Amériques will be presented in the dome erected in Mont-Tremblant’s…

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Canada relegated to the sidelines?

On the one hand, we’re lucky in Québec because youngsters registered in a provincial sports-study program can keep training, which is not the case in Ontario. On the other hand,…

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Tremblant: New $14M investment in 2019-20

Tremblant experience keeps getting better and better A new $14.1M investment was announced to refresh Tremblant’s guest and sports experience, with $10.3M being directed at the mountain and $3.8M at…

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