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Quebec City, QC (photo collection)

It’s not the largest city in Quebec, but it’s in many ways one of Canada’s most historically important: founded in 1608, Quebec City is one of North America’s oldest European settlements, a walled fortress situated at a strategic point along the Saint Lawrence River, one of New France’s—and eventually Canada’s—most important shipping and trade routes. 163 more words


A lovely weekend in Quebec City, Quebec

Quebec City sits on the mighty St Lawrence River in the predominately French-speaking province of Quebec, Canada. It’s a beautiful city, and is known best for the walled, UNESCO world heritage area in the centre of the city called “Old Quebec”, and the majestic… 1,997 more words


Quebec Through The Looking Glass; day one.

It’s a chilly thursday morning, but almost 200 of us are huddled in an Auditorium waiting for the busses to arrive. It’s almost 6am and none of us have yet wiped the sleep out of our eyes. 1,462 more words


VIDEO: The most beautiful view of Québec City

No doubt about it, the ferry in from Lévis has the most beautiful view of Québec City’s landscape. Look how the Château Frontenac stands tall and proud! Ferry schedule and fares here.

Quebec City

Magazine work: Q & A — vie de chateau website

This Q & A with the creators of the vie de chateau website, a docu-site on the Chateau Frontenac Hotel in Quebec City, was first published in the September/October 2015 print edition of… 16 more words

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Dufferin Terrace, Quebec City

I was so disappointed to learn that “to duffer” is not considered to be a verb in Quebec. It would be so wonderful, after all, if Dufferin Terrace were a terrace made for dufferin’, which is to say, acting like an old duffer. 248 more words



If you’re a fan of old historic sites, consider visiting Old Quebec especially when you’re in Quebec. I actually visited while on a school field trip on Saturday, November 7th 2015. 1,040 more words