August 3 2016 Edition

Tea Time at the Morrin Centre

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Photo: Rachel Collet

Whether winding down after a day of exploring Old Quebec after a guided tour of the historic Morrin Centre, indulging in afternoon tea in the Victorian library is the perfect way to end the day. 

Keys to success in Quebec City: Learn the rules and seize opportunity

This blog was originally posted to quebecentete.com on June 1, 2016.

Generations discover kayaking in Beaupré

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Photo: Kayak Côte-de-Beaupré

About 30 minutes east of Quebec City along Highway 138 lies the town of Beaupré and its raison d’être, the Sainte-Anne River. Known for several generations as the location of the Abitibi-Price pulp and paper mill, the Anglophone presence in town is now mostly limited to a handful of English names and some outlying architecture. 

Humanorium, a strange fun fair indeed!

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Photo: Rachel Collet

It may seem like the entrance to a harmless carnival situated in the Parc du Musée next to the new Pierre Lassonde Pavilion of the Musée national des Beaux-Arts du Québec, but viewers beware: some of it is pretty gruesome stuff. 

10th Annual Festival JAZZ etcetera Lévis

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Photo: Jocelyn Gagné

The Festival JAZZ etcetera Lévis will be back to celebrate its 10th anniversary from August 11 to 14 with a program featuring all styles of jazz from rock, to crooners, blues, fusion and autochtone. 

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