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FME brings a unique spin to the Music Festival

Highlighting the area and culture of Rouyn Noranda, Quebec as much as the music itself, FME is a summer festival with an eclectic and unique flare. There are nine of us stepping onto a propeller plane at Toronto’s island airport. The aircraft seats eleven, including the two pilots, and on

You Can Buy an Entire 19th-century Quebec Village for $2.8 Million

That’s right, you can buy a full 45-building settlement about an hour north of Montreal for the price of an average bungalow in Vancouver. Canadiana Village, which sits on 55 hectares of land, could be yours for just $2.8 million. A disclaimer: most of the village’s buildings are for show, modelled after

Montreal is About to Crush a New Tourism Record

Apparently, Montreal was a top choice for many travellers this year. According to Montreal Tourism, the numbers are up across the board from 2015. In fact, the number of visitors to the city this year is expected to top 10 million for the first time ever. This includes hotel statistics,

More Young People Are Leaving Quebec Than Any Other Province

It seems “La Belle Province” is having trouble retaining its young residents. A new report from the Fraser Institute finds that the number of Quebecers who left for other provinces between 1971 and 2015 was almost 600,000 higher than the number of Canadians who came to Quebec during that period.