Québec and moi:

Confessions of a Québec City tour guide

Limoilou

For Québec City residents, the funny looking word “Limoilou” refers to the vibrant, unpretentious neighborhood just to the north and west of the old city. …
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Poutine

A publication no less ponderous than the Wall Street Journal has weighed in on poutine, the unofficial national dish of Québec. In a recent article, …
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Cruising to Québec

The first cruise ship of the season was parked in the port of Québec this weekend. Having left Fort Lauderdale on the first of May, …
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When the saints go writing home

Le 3 avril dernier, l’histoire de la Nouvelle-France s’est réécrite encore une fois, et d’une manière qui était tout à fait imprévisible par ceux qui …
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Maison McGreevy

Peeking over the western walls of Old Quebec is McGreevy House, a stately, Italian-renaissance masterpiece that is as old as the Canadian confederation itself. Fittingly, …
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Dashing through the Snow

As the sugar season approaches, many Quebecers turn their attention to the forests of the province and partake in the traditions that surround the creation …
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Circus School

In Québec, like many places on earth, religion has become less important over the years. One of the consequences of this trend is an overabundance …
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The Elles

Many Québec residents head toward the sun and sand during the cold winter months, but few do it the way these two will. Next month, Christelle Maître …
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Mont Sainte Anne

Forty-five minutes to the northeast of Québec City is Mont Sainte Anne, a world-class ski resort that will satisfy beginners and experts alike. Its summit stands …
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