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Salmon tartare with maple sugar
Salmon tartare with maple sugar

A lover of savory and sweet recipes, you will certainly like this original recipe for salmon tartare accompanied by...

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Maple-Mustard Ribs
Maple-Mustard Ribs

Discover a delicious recipe for maple and mustard ribs. Savor these tender and flavorful ribs with authentic Canadian...

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Lovers’ Day in Quebec
Lovers’ Day in Quebec

Valentine's Day, or lovers' day, is important in Quebec. Considered a day dedicated to love, it is celebrated by both...

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Top 10 romantic places in Canada
Top 10 romantic places in Canada

Despite the ambient cold, you will not regret visiting Canada at this time of year. The low tourist season will also...

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Valentine's Day: Berry and maple tartlet-recipe
Valentine's Day: Berry and maple tartlet-recipe

To properly celebrate this special day, discover the recipe for a berry and maple tartlet, ideal to be enjoyed with...

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Iconic streets and neighborhoods of Canada

Discover the streets, neighborhoods and emblematic squares across Canada, from Quebec City, to Montreal, via Toronto.

 
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  • Place Royale in Quebec
    Place Royale in Quebec
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    Are you going on a trip to Quebec? Old Quebec and Lower Town are certainly among the places you want to visit. Have you thought about seeing the Place Royale, which is also one of the country's points of interest? This square invites you to immerse yourself in the city. You will discover everything about Canadians and Quebecers. Let's discover the superb architecture of this pearl of Quebec. Tourists are amazed by its style mixing France and England.

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  • The Carré Saint-Louis and its houses in Montreal
    The Carré Saint-Louis and its houses in Montreal

    Once in Montreal, it is difficult to miss Carré Saint-Louis or Square Saint-Louis. Located in the heart of the Plateau-Mont-Royal borough between avenue des Pins and rue Sherbrooke, Square Saint-Louis has it all. In addition to being easily accessible, it is full of splendid places not to be missed. Among them we can cite the surprising colorful houses with Victorian architecture.

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  • The Old Port of Montreal
    The Old Port of Montreal

    In addition to its title as a World Heritage Site, Montreal is also home to a UNESCO World Heritage Site consisting of three buildings: the Old Port, the Old Town and the Citadel. These three sites can best be described as a group of UNESCO sites (with some overlapping areas), as they are all connected and located in the same place. However, each of these sites is notable for its individual historical value.

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  • The Quartier du Petit Champlain in Quebec
    The Quartier du Petit Champlain in Quebec

    Currently, Petit Champlain is one of the most frequented neighborhoods by visitors and tourists in Quebec. Very popular for its many craft shops, restaurants, the appearance of the buildings, its lively corners, it is a historic district of great beauty.

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