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Quebec

Room At The Inn – Chalets Montmorency and Auberge Et Campagne

For devoted innkeepers and hosts who go the extra mile, hospitality is much more than a welcome mat and a long way from today’s cookie-cutter resort condos. When considering where to lay your toque for the night close to Mont-Sainte-Anne, there are plenty of unique options. Here are two examples in the quaint town of … More »

Ski Canada @ 50 – Gray Rocks

Do You Remember When … Taking part in an annual Gray Rocks iconic ski week was a rite of passage for many skiers. Hall of Fame and Snow Eagles ski school director Réal Charette has been credited for the ski week concept from a Sunday-night reception to a farewell dinner. And in the golden days … More »

Locked Down But Not Out

With Ontario’s slopes shuttered by pandemic restrictions last season, Quebec’s Gatineau Hills proved the perfect antidote. The jubilance I felt as we crossed the Macdonald-Cartier Bridge was briefly interrupted by a drowsy observation from the back seat: “This place is a ghost town.” Not a saloon-door-swingin’-on-rusty-ol’-hinges kind of ghost town, or even a regular town … More »

Prix Fixe in Charlevoix

Long before our little pandemic thing arrived, Club Med announced construction woes would lead to a year-long delay of the iconic all-inclusive brand’s original plans to open its first Canadian four-season village. As things turned out, the timing couldn’t have been better. A ribbon-cutting ceremony, now set for December 3 at Le Massif in the … More »

Meanwhile At Tremblant

This has been a season where optimists have seen the lifts as half-full. “We received guidelines from Alterra Mountain Co. (Tremblant’s owners) on how to operate this winter, but we also have to abide by the Quebec government operational plan that continues to evolve as the winter progresses,” said Tremblant President and COO Patrice Malo. … More »

Selling Québec – Chic Chocs

Promoting winter travel is a cold job in a heart-warming province Three Germans, a Netherlander and a Canadian walk into a bar… There we were, meeting in the historic Chateau Frontenac in Québec City with Else, a ski tour operator from the Netherlands (the country with one of the lowest elevations has one-million skiers, a … More »

Quebec

Room At The Inn – Chalets Montmorency and Auberge Et Campagne

For devoted innkeepers and hosts who go the extra mile, hospitality is much more than a welcome mat and a long way from today’s cookie-cutter resort condos. When considering where to lay your toque for the night close to Mont-Sainte-Anne, there are plenty of unique options. Here are two examples in the quaint town of … More »

Ski Canada @ 50 – Gray Rocks

Do You Remember When … Taking part in an annual Gray Rocks iconic ski week was a rite of passage for many skiers. Hall of Fame and Snow Eagles ski school director Réal Charette has been credited for the ski week concept from a Sunday-night reception to a farewell dinner. And in the golden days … More »

Locked Down But Not Out

With Ontario’s slopes shuttered by pandemic restrictions last season, Quebec’s Gatineau Hills proved the perfect antidote. The jubilance I felt as we crossed the Macdonald-Cartier Bridge was briefly interrupted by a drowsy observation from the back seat: “This place is a ghost town.” Not a saloon-door-swingin’-on-rusty-ol’-hinges kind of ghost town, or even a regular town … More »

Prix Fixe in Charlevoix

Long before our little pandemic thing arrived, Club Med announced construction woes would lead to a year-long delay of the iconic all-inclusive brand’s original plans to open its first Canadian four-season village. As things turned out, the timing couldn’t have been better. A ribbon-cutting ceremony, now set for December 3 at Le Massif in the … More »

Meanwhile At Tremblant

This has been a season where optimists have seen the lifts as half-full. “We received guidelines from Alterra Mountain Co. (Tremblant’s owners) on how to operate this winter, but we also have to abide by the Quebec government operational plan that continues to evolve as the winter progresses,” said Tremblant President and COO Patrice Malo. … More »

Selling Québec – Chic Chocs

Promoting winter travel is a cold job in a heart-warming province Three Germans, a Netherlander and a Canadian walk into a bar… There we were, meeting in the historic Chateau Frontenac in Québec City with Else, a ski tour operator from the Netherlands (the country with one of the lowest elevations has one-million skiers, a … More »

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