Québec and moi:

Confessions of a Québec City tour guide

Under the Giant Rocks

I recently took a university group north of the city to the Parc national de la Jacques-Cartier. If you haven’t been there, you’re in for …
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29 Months

November 1st, 2019: The last time tourists stepped off a cruise ship to visit the cobbled, historic streets of the Vieille Capitale. Fast-forward 29 months. Fast-forward …
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My Fearless Fifteen

Among the off-season contracts I accepted this year was a gig teaching English for adventure tourism and ecotourism. The Collège Mérici students who are taking …
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The Tipping Point

For anyone who lives in the North, for anyone who knows long winters, there is a point in the middle of the month of February …
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Élisabeth

Élisabeth was married exactly 350 years ago today, on October 26, 1671. It was a Monday. Was it a cool and blustery day, as late-October …
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Brasserie la Fosse

In the weeks and months of confinement occasioned by the COVID pandemic, people found new ways of passing the time. It was an opportunity to …
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Art for Art’s Sake

The Lower Town of Old Québec, as compact as it is, has a surprising diversity of neighborhoods – neighborhoods that overlap and complement one another. …
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Here we go again!

In 1995, Québec City’s National Hockey League team, the Nordiques, was sold to new investors and moved to Denver, where they became the Colorado Avalanche. …
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A Capital Idea

Are you looking for the perfect way to spend a summer evening during your stay in Québec City?
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