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Formerly an independent municipality in Quebec, Pointe-du-Lac is an ancient city that was merged with Trois-Rivières in 2002. The region sits at the banks of the Saint-Laurent river and is blessed with stunning natural beauty. Owing to its historic origins, the city has a number of buildings and relics from the past, prime one Moulin seigneurial de Pointe-du-Lac, a historic mill with stunning features. The city today has maintained its ancient charm with not many traces of urbanization making it, an serene and picturesque place to visit
Formerly, an independent city in Quebec, Trois-Rivières-Ouest, along with a few other regions was amalgamated to form the city of Trois-Rivières-Ouest. A fairly urban region in the city, Trois-Rivières-Ouest boasts of eclectic shopping, dining and entertainment options. Helped by the fact that it has a predominantly residential population, the region is developing into a retail hub and is an important region in Trois-Rivières-Ouest. Proximity to the city center is an added advantage.
Located in the Mauricie region, Trois-Rivières was founded in 1634. It is the second oldest city in the province of Quebec. The city is located on the junction of Saint Lawrence and Saint-Maurice Rivers and has a rich historic and cultural heritage. Some of the noteworthy attractions include Trois-Rivières Cathedral of the Assumption, La Visitation-de-la-Sainte-Vierge Church, Musée des Ursulines to name a few. Make your visit to Trois-Rivières a memorable one by experiencing the beauty and culture of the area.
Located on the picturesque Île Saint-Quentin, La Marina de Trois-Rivières is the prime avenue for docking in the city. The marina boasts of berth for as many as 280 boats and has good facilities for docking. Sitting at the point of convergence of two rivers, it affords excellent views of the scenic surroundings. Sailing remains the most popular activity conducted off the marina though it's also host to a number social and cultural activities throughout the year. 30 berths are reserved for visitors to the island which also offers a relaxing getaway from the city. Check website for more information about charges and facilities offered.
Give your home, a makeover you've always dreamed of with the expert services at Patrick Morin. Starting out as a humble hardware shop in 1960, the brand has grown exponentially since, to become a giant today in Quebec when it comes to renovation and home improvement services. The outlet on rue Barkoff offers everything from the materials you'll need for home improvement to expert advice on your vision as well as help in the final execution of the plan. The expert staff is certified by Quebec's building authority and can be relied upon. With about 15 outlets in Quebec and loads of resources at their disposal, Patrick Morin is one of the best renovation services in the city.
Bromont is a southwestern city of Quebec spanning over 116.10 square kilometers (44.83 square miles). Created in 1964, the city boasts of one of the primary ski resorts of the region, Ski Bromont.
Located about 42.3 kilometers (26.3 miles) away from Montreal, Verchères forms an off-island region of Quebec. It is best known for its association with the surprise Iroquois attack of 1692, when a fourteen year old girl saved the day by resisting the attack with a cleverly-calculated strategy. Named aptly after this girl, Marie-Madeleine Jarret de Verchères, the city has produced many great personalities like Calixa Lavallée, the composer of the Canadian National Anthem, and the scientist Alexandre Beaudoin.
Just over an hour from Montreal, this down-to-earth resort offers the biggest vertical drop in the Eastern Townships, great trail maintenance, lots of steep slopes for the experts and a renowned ski school for the beginners. It is also one of the best deals going considering Orford offers two mountains and over fifty trails. Call ahead for more details.
Located approximately 35 kilometers (21.6 miles) away from Montreal, Repentigny overlooks the Saint Lawrence River. Founded in 1670 by Jean-Baptiste Le Gardeur, Repentigny is predominantly a French speaking city of Quebec. In 2002 the neighboring city of Le Gardeur merged with Repentigny making the city grow in population by 70 percent. Home to many hockey players, the city had time and again produced many exceptional athletes like Maxim Lapierre, Jean-François Bérubé and many more.
Sherbrooke is a city located in southern part of the province of Quebec at the merging point of the Saint-François and Magog rivers. The city is known as an educational hub, as it is home to several universities and learning centers with a large number of students living here. This city is particularly recommended for skiing enthusiasts, as the Mont-Bellevue park in the midst of the city is good for downhill skiing, whereas the many ski resorts located on mountains around the city provide other kinds of skiing too. Sherbrooke is also known for its many museums and historic buildings lined all over the city, along with vast green spaces, balancing out the urban landscape perfectly.
Lennoxville is a borough of the city of Sherbrooke, Quebec. Known as the commercial center of the city, the neighborhood is home to a number of stores and establishments, providing tourists with opportunities to experience the local culture. One can find plenty of restaurants, bars, cafes and retail stores in this area, yet it somehow maintains its old world charm and slow pace. The buildings in the district are artfully and aesthetically designed. The district is also home to several colleges.
Collège Esther-Blondin is set in a picturesque campus and was established in 1928. It is among the esteemed colleges in town and features pavilions for sports and culture. It is also the site of the Fêtes gourmandes de Lanaudière, an annual food festival, highlighting the cuisine of Quebec and Lanaudière with master chefs from all over the region creating gastronomic delights.