Topics :: Quebec
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By Richard Frisbie | Friday Oct 26, 2012
Charlevoix, Canada, a picturesque landscape on the shores of the St. Lawrence River, is destined to become the next "hot" foodie destination. Located east of Quebec City, Charlevoix is in a 350 million year old meteorite crater.
Saturday Oct 6, 2012
From November 1 to 11, the all-new TASTE MTL Festival will invite Montrealers and visitors alike to celebrate the great variety and quality of the city’s restaurants at appetizing prices.
By Jason St. Amand | Thursday Jun 21, 2012
Quebec is creating a new registry that allows people to call in and report anti-gay acts. In two years, the program will look at the data collected and find ways to prevent homophobia.
Monday Apr 30, 2012
From May 4-21, 2012, the Canadian Tulip Festival - the largest festival of its kind - marks its 60th edition with over three million tulip blooms in Ottawa, Canada’s Capital.
By Mark Thompson | Sunday Feb 5, 2012
The snow started slowly. Unbeknownst to those of us already atop the summit of Mont Tremblant in Quebec, the entire region was about to be slammed with the year’s first major snowstorm - making for some of the most joyous skiing of the season.
Sunday Feb 5, 2012
A year-round resort with lakes, Mont Tremblant resort is best known as a ski destination with 700 acres of ski terrain on slopes with inclines as steep as 42 degrees. Check out the photos of the "Top Ski Resort in Eastern North America."
Saturday Oct 1, 2011
image+nation, the oldest LGBT film festival in Canada, is proud to celebrate its spirit of openness with this year’s theme: "share your stories with the ones you love."
By Mark Thompson | Friday Oct 22, 2010
During the past decade, Montreal has earned a reputation (and numerous nominations and awards) as one of the world’s best LGBT destinations - and after spending time in Canada’s second-largest city, it’s easy to understand why.
By Kilian Melloy | Wednesday Dec 16, 2009
The government of Quebec has studied the problem of homophobia for years and is now poised to implement new policies to move beyond "tolerance" and toward "acceptance."
By Kilian Melloy | Friday Jul 24, 2009
In the wake of a controversy surrounding a grant to Toronto’s Pride, the Canadian government’s denial of funds to a Quebec gay arts festival has prompted cries of, "Mais, non!"
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