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Quebec's New France Festival
Quebec City's New France Festival. Good fun in costumes from back in the day.
Touring Canada by Train: It's The Way to Go
Canada by rail:Stephen Hartshorne takes a train trip across Canada with eventful stops in Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal and Quebec City.
Quebec's Magdalen Islands
Quebec’s Hidden Gems – the Magdalen Islands. Visiting the Maritimes' very French isles.
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Quebec's Magdalen Islands
Quebec’s Hidden Gems – the Magdalen Islands. Visiting the Maritimes' very French isles.
Cycling Montreal: An Adventure Sans Auto
Rick and Chris Millikan take a cycling tour of Montreal, taking in all the artistic, historic and culinary highlights of this cosmopolitan city.
Montreal: Embracing Winter
In Montreal during the En Lumiere festival, the only way to deal with winter is to embrace it.
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Quebec City Carnival: A Light in Winter
Quebec City's famous Winter Carnival brings people out into the snow for fun and sips of Caribou.
Sleeping in the Ice Hotel in Quebec
Quebec City: Cooling off with an overnight stay at the ice hotel
Lavender: An Historic Natural Perfume Gives Tourists an Uplift in Quebec
Habeeb Salloum visits the Domain Blue Lavender Farm in Magog, Quebec, where he learns about the history and cultivation of lavender.
Quebec: Maritime Adventures on the St Lawrence Seaway
Quebec's Maritime region is one of the most eco-friendly destinations in North America.
Quebec's Little Train Bikeway: Recreational Cycling At Its Best
Quebec biking:Wendy Hammerle writes about her trip along Quebec's Le P'tit Train du Norde Linear Bikeway.
The Lantern Festival at the Montreal Botanical Garden
Photos of he Lantern Festival at the Montreal Botanical Gardens by Stephen Hartshorne
Skyline of Montreal Canada.
Skyline of Montreal, Canada
Domain Blue Lavender Farm in Magog, Quebec
Domain Blue lavender farm in Magog, Quebeck
Quebec City's Carnaval: 400 Years on the St. Lawrence River
GoNOMAD Editor Max Hartshorne visits Quebec City during their celebration of their Winter Carnaval
Charlevoix, Quebec: Nature at Its Best
Charlevoix, Quebec: Kent St. John describes the natural beauty, the fine dining and the hospitality of the Charlevoix region in Quebec..
Quebec City's Carnaval: 400 Years on the St. Lawrence River
Quebec City's annual carnaval is described, a winter festival with games, music, cultural activities, snowball fights and a parade in the snow.
Quebec City: World Music, Fine Art, Fois Gras, and Frog's Legs
Ssony Stark describes the many attractions of Quebec City.
Bring Your Own Bottle in Montreal
Enjoying bringing your own bottle to dine in Montreal's most elegant restaurants.
French Made Easy: Quebec's Gaspe Peninsula
Hiking, kayaking, and biking, Stephen Ausherman explores the scenic wonders of Quebec's Gaspé Peninsula.

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