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Looking Down The Saguenay Fjord

A 2 Day Trip Kayaking the Saguenay Fjord in Quebec

A two day kayaking trip in the Saguenay Fjord is enough time to give you a sense of the place. But if I'd had one extra day, then three days kayaking the Saguenay Fjord from L'Anse-Saint-Jean to the mouth of the fjord at the St. Lawrence River in Tadoussac would be even better. I'd up my chances of seeing beluga whales as they are often seen near the mouth of the fjord. Here's what my…

Skating To Music On Beaver Lake In Mont Royal Park

36 Fun, Weird and Interesting Facts About Montreal, Quebec

Montreal, Quebec is a dynamic city with a great vibe. It's a city I've visited on numerous occasions but I've never had enough time to just lose myself in it for days at a time. It's brimming with culture and festivals, amazing food and lots of outdoor activities. Plus it has an enviable location - at the confluence of the St. Lawrence River and Ottawa Rivers - and it's within easy driving distance of both…

Colourful Houses On The Magdalen Islands

12 Photos to Inspire a Trip to the Magdalen Islands

This weeks 12 photos, compliments of former CBC cameraman Gustave Pellerin, take you on a photo journey through the Magdalen Islands in Quebec. I think you’ll find it hard not to succumb to the charm of the Magdalen Islands.   If you've never heard of the islands you're probably not alone. There is a chance though you've heard their French name - Îles de la Madeleine. They are a small archipelago of sandy islands in…

Rue De Petit Champlain Is One Of The Prettiest Streets In Canada

27 Fun, Interesting & Useful Facts About Quebec City

I don't know of anyone who's been to Quebec City who hasn't loved the place. It's got a 400 year history set against the backdrop of a walled city filled with narrow, winding cobbled streets. The place oozes history and charm in a manner reminiscent of old European cities.  The last time I spent any time in the city was back in university days when the Chateau Frontenac was actually the hotel we used for a week long ski…

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