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Sweet Treats from the Maritime Regions of Québec

   |   By Jennifer Doré Dallas

The maritime regions of Québec abound in culinary treasures you will want to discover for yourself, especially if you have a sweet tooth! Berries, maple products and chocolate truffles are some of the regional flavours you can look forward to savouring during your next trip to our regions.

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Témiscouata by Motorcycle: An Adventure for All the Senses!

   |   By Catherine Hudon

Whether I’m the passenger or driver, I never tire of the stunning beauty and diversity of the landscapes of Québec unfolding before my eyes. In late summer of last year, we once again felt the call of the open road and decided to go on a motorcycle loop tour of the Témiscouata area in Bas-Saint-Laurent.

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Beers and Booze Made in the Maritime Regions of Québec

   |   By Jennifer Doré Dallas

After a full day of visiting our beautiful regions, what could be better than relaxing with a local microbrew beer or other alcoholic beverage? Our microbreweries and distilleries are constantly redefining this vibrant industry thanks to rediscovered traditional techniques and local enthusiasm. Keep reading to find out about regional alcoholic flavours that are rooted in our maritime regions.

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Photo Safari in Témiscouata: 5 Photo Ops You Won’t Want to Miss!

   |   By Anne-Josée Pineau

Located in southern Bas-Saint-Laurent and bordering on the state of Maine and the province of New Brunswick, Témiscouata is a dream destination for nature lovers. The area’s forests, lakes and rivers provide endless opportunities for outdoor activities such as boating, cycling and hiking; you can also stay in a national park or resort as well as savour the region’s many delicious local products.

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Regional Flavours: Maple Syrup

   |   By Anne-Josée Pineau

Everywhere in the world, people associate maple syrup with Québec. It is indeed a well-established culinary tradition that has been around for several centuries here; every spring, maple enthusiasts can’t wait to take part in “sugaring-off parties”.

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