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5 not-to-be-missed events for art enthusiasts
Art and Culture

Did you know that a great number of artists have made their home in our region? Have I piqued your curiosity? Yes? Perfect! Here are the not-to-be-missed art events happening in the Eastern Townships in 2019, no matter which form...

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Stéphanie Chicoine 12 July 2019

Beaches to discover in Brome-Missisquoi
Events

Even though every beach of our region is unique in their own way, our aquatic oases deserve our attention, whether you prefer family outings, sports getaways or sun worshipping. Here are a few beaches to consider for your next vacation...

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Stéphanie Chicoine 09 July 2019

6 NOT-TO-BE-MISSED FESTIVALS THIS SUMMER
Inspiration @en

The people of Brome-Missisquoi love all types of cultural events. As soon as the warm weather sets in and the sun shows its golden face, the area festivals present their programs, a sign suggesting we’ll have an incredible summer. Here’s...

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Stéphanie Chicoine 02 July 2019

Where Can You go with your Dog on a Vacation ?
Inspiration @en

Travelling with a dog isn’t always easy… In this article, I will make things easier for you by having you discover my favourite places to visit in Brome-Missisquoi in the Eastern Townships, accompanied by your best friend.   Things To...

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Noémie Boucher 28 June 2019

Exciting New events This Summer!
Events

Every year, exciting new tourist events appear just about everywhere on the territory. These attractions breathe new life into the Brome-Missisquoi region, and this for the pleasure of all our visitors. Here are few of them:   Having Fun High...

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Noémie Boucher 20 June 2019

This Summer, Head Out to the Market
Gourmet delights

Finally, spring is at our door. The sun, at long last, is showing its face and nature is coming back to life. Farmers of the region have been active these past weeks, getting their seeds ready, preparing their plantations in...

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Leslie Carbonneau 14 June 2019

HORSES: FROM RACING ON ICE TO THE 1976 OLYMPIC GAMES
Events

Since Antiquity, horses have been true human allies as much in wartime as for commerce and agriculture. Early on, men and horses were brought together to establish knighthood, then equestrian sports in European military schools and finally, since 1921, Olympic...

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Laurent Busseau 23 May 2019

Balsam Fir Honey, A Great Idea “fir” you to Try!
Gourmet delights

Apiculture or forestry? Jérémie Postel doesn’t have to choose anymore, as he combines both to create a unique product: Balsam fir honey. A product, according to him, that reveals the true nature of the tree—and offers the ecological and culinary...

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Étienne Gosselin 17 May 2019

Exceptional Ciders to Discover During Cider Week
Gourmet delights

The cider industry has been growing at a fast pace over the last few years in Quebec, and especially in this region. As one of the oldest alcohol beverages in the world, cider can be effervescent, bubbly, calm, ice or...

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Rémi Jacques 29 April 2019

7 Circuits to Start Your Bicycle Season in the Eastern Townships
Outdoor

Have you reached your quota for using your stationary bike or your spinning classes? Are you counting down the days before your first spring outing? To prepare yourself for the next season, I invite you to discover some biking circuits...

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Isabelle Bouchard 17 April 2019

Chocolate shops: four local shops that can’t be missed
Gourmet delights

You can’t have Easter without chocolate. And who would want to anyway? The following four sweet stops in the Eastern Townships are sure to please their many visitors!   Le Musée du Chocolat de la Confiserie Bromont Raspberry Zebra, White...

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Isabelle Bergeron 08 April 2019

Missiska cheese : promoting an exceptional milk
Gourmet delights

Breeder and now cheese producer, Caroline Pelletier truly loves animals. Her Jersey cows are her entire life and the young entrepreneur has decided that everybody should have the chance to taste their milk. With this in mind, in April 2018,...

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Prohibition Against Crime in Brome-Missisquoi Between 1890 and 1899
Art and Culture

Starting in the mid 19th century, several religious organizations went on a crusade against alcohol consumption and the ravages it caused in North America. In Canada, the main temperance movements were the Dominion Alliance, the Sons of Temperance and the...

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Laurent Busseau 21 March 2019

Restaurant Auberge Des Appalaches : Local Sourcing on the Menu
Gourmet delights

Located on Chemin Maple, in Sutton, near the ski hill and hiking trails, you’ll find the Auberge des Appalaches with its French Alps ski chalet ambiance. However, inside the somewhat vintage decor of its dining room, where a magnificent stone fireplace...

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Suguaring season at its best in the Townships
Gourmet delights

In case you didn’t know, Brome-Missisquoi is a very fertile region for maple products and even more so during our Sugaring season. It therefore constitutes a mandatory stop for all lovers of everything maple!   The Traditionals A quaint, rustic...

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Isabelle Bergeron 03 March 2019

Eastern Township Getaways for Cross-country Skiing
Outdoor

Our Quebec winters bring together all the winning conditions for initiating ourselves or for perfecting our technique on our many glide trails. Enjoy the snow and all these quiet spaces. Come play outside and discover cross-country skiing in the Eastern...

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Isabelle Bouchard 24 February 2019

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