The Gazette (2008-11-05)
Gay Montreal Tourism ad goes viral (Montréal)
A humorous 45-second video campaign
Gay Camping Sites (2010) (Lanaudière)
The « Gaybecers » and their tents
Mount Orford and his white coat (Eastern Townships)
A brilliant plan for my winter vacations
A sport increasingly popular
Snowmobile (Eastern Townships)
Snowmobiling... in Quebec
Gay Camping Sites (2009) (Laurentides)
The experience of gay camping and nature
Luc Chandonnet et Alain Pigeon
Alexandre Logan lodging in Montreal (Montréal)
Ulysse Prize 2005 winner for Bed & Breakfast
Nicole et Pierre
Auberge Fleurs de Lune (Cap à l'Aigle) (Charlevoix)
Charlevoix is now one of the most renouned region of Quebec because of its landscapes of mountains and rivers. But this area offers also more than 40 events during Summer and Fall.
The Îles-de-la-Madeleine (The Magdalena Islands) have much to offer and their varied landscapes will defenetaly conquer your heart.
Mine d'arts Theatre (Ste-Marcelline de Kildare) (Lanaudière)
Not too far from the Lawrentians but not as known, the Lanaudière region has much to offer
Luc Lavigne & Pascal Benjamin
From St-Jean-sur-le-Richelieu (Montérégie)
Just half an hour away from Montreal's downtown and just a stone throw from the US border, the St-Jean-sur-Richelieu (on the Richelieu River) has a lot to offer.
Montreal on bike (2006) (Montréal)
For J-F Perrier, communications' manager and webmaster for Montreal 2006, Montreal is a city that is best visited by bike.
Gîte du Cerf Argenté (Magog) (Eastern Townships)
Ah the vastness of The Eastern Townships, its mountains, villages, forests and, of course, the most loved Memphré-Magog Lake area.