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Un homme assis au bord du lac Ontario

The Niagara Peninsula, a fascinating region to discover

South of Lake Ontario and Toronto lies an arm of land linking the province to the United States. The magnificent Niagara region is known worldwide for its waterfalls, but also for its terroir, which can be discovered in each of its picturesque villages.

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Un cowboy sur son cheval au coucher de soleil

Cowboy Country, the art of living in Southern Alberta

Southwest of Calgary, Alberta, the cowboy spirit continues in this region where the mountains meet the prairies, with ranches, horses and old pioneer forts. This region offers a quietness and exceptional landscapes that would be a shame to miss.

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Promenades cathédrale, accès à la ville souterraine de Montréal

In Montreal, the challenge of building the Promenades Cathédrale

Les Promenades Cathédrale is a shopping center built in 1987 in downtown Montreal. The complex takes its name from the fact that it was built underneath Christ Church Anglican Cathedral. It was a real challenge for the architects and engineers of the time.

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La fontaine sur le Nathan Phillips Square

Visit Toronto in a few days, the places not to be missed

Meeting place, this is the name that the Amerindians had given to their camp on the shores of Lake Ontario. A prophetic vision. A few centuries later, Toronto has become one of the most vibrant metropolises in North America and the most cosmopolitan city in the world.

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