Québec, Canada

An exploration of my home province... then and now. It is here that my heart is. Je me sens si bien chez moi!!
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Le Chateau in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada photography by Kevin McNeal

hat a beautiful hotel in Canada.The Château Frontenac is a grand hotel in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada, which is currently operated as Fairmont Le Château Frontenac. It was designated a National Historic Site of Canada in

Underground City, Montreal, Canada More than four & a half square miles make up this second city in Montreal—the world’s largest underground complex, with 4,350 hotel rooms, 2,727 apartments, 930 retailers, 68 metro stops, nine fitness centers, three skating rinks, two libraries, & a chapel.

Underground City, Montreal, Canada More than four and a half square miles make up this second city in Montreal—the world’s largest underground complex,

Fjord-du-Saguenay National Park situated in Québec, Canada is one of the largest & southernmost in the world. The irregular landscapes & breathtaking biodiversity give the area its unique character. Activities in the park include over 100 km (62 mi) of hiking trails, 50 km (31 mi) of skiing trails, camping, kayaking, a Bateau Mouche tour of the fjord, snowshoeing & ice fishing. Accommodations at the park include cabins, huts & campgrounds

Parc national du Fjord-du-Saguenay

Fjord-du-Saguenay National Park situated in Québec, Canada is one of the largest & southernmost in the world. The irregular landscapes & breathtaking biodiversity give the area its unique character. Activities in the park include over 100 km mi) of hi

Montreal Biosphere, Quebec, Canada - The Biosphère is a museum in Montreal dedicated to the environment. It is located at Parc Jean-Drapeau, on Île Sainte-Hélène in the former pavilion of the United States for the 1967 World Fair Expo 67. The structure is used prominently in the original Battlestar Galactica television series episode, "Greetings from Earth". Scenes for Robert Altman's post-apocalyptic ice age film Quintet were shot on site as well.

The Biosphère is a museum in Montreal dedicated to the environment. It is located at Parc Jean-Drapeau, on Île Sainte-Hélène in the former pavilion of the United States for the 1967 World Fair Expo Architect: Richard Buckminster Fuller.

These heavy wooden 19th century doors are on the campus of McGill University in Montreal, Canada

These heavy wooden century doors are on the campus of McGill University in Montreal, Canada

Québec through the ''eyes'' of a blind tourist

Ad of the Day: A Blind American Tours Quebec in This Clever, Inspired Tourism Ad

Olympic Stadium, Montreal, Quebec was originally built for the 1976 Olympic Games. At 165m, the Olympic Tower is the tallest inclined tower in the world! It has a 45-degree angle (the Leaning Tower of Pisa has a tilt of only 5 degrees)! A breathtaking view of Montreal & the St Lawrence River valley can be seen from its summit. Visitors can reach the top in a glass-encased funicular, the only one in the world that operates on a curved structure (hydraulic system allows cabin to stay…

Photos Of Montreal Taken From A Plane Over The City Are Simply Insanity

Olympic Stadium, Montreal, Quebec was originally built for the 1976 Olympic Games. At 165m, the Olympic Tower is the tallest inclined tower in the world! It has a 45-degree angle (the Leaning Tower of Pisa has a tilt of only 5 degrees)! A breathtaking view of Montreal & the St Lawrence River valley can be seen from its summit. Visitors can reach the top in a glass-encased funicular, the only one in the world that operates on a curved structure (hydraulic system allows cabin to stay…

Teatime in Québec - With gourmet food, charming sidewalk cafes, and fashionable salons de thé in nearly every neighborhood, vacationing in Quebec is like a trip to France—without the transatlantic plane ticket.

Quebec is the perfect place to enjoy a relaxing urban vacation flavoured with French cuisine and a bit of la bonnie vie ~

Snowshoeing in Parc national de la Mauricie (Lac-Solitaire trail), Québec

Snowshoeing in Parc national de la Mauricie (Lac-Solitaire trail), Québec

Montreal's Underground City - Beneath the city streets you will find an enormous underground structure integrated into the city’s major commercial districts. It is known for being the largest underground complex in the world, containing & linking to over 200+ restaurants, 1700 boutiques, 30 movie theatres, halls, museums, & hotels, all connected to 10 of the city’s subway stations. This unique feature is like having “two cities in one” & allows visitors to explore the city in any weather

Open Markets to an Underground City: 10 Top Montreal Attractions: Underground City

Close-up photo of funicular in Old Québec. Built by William Griffith, the first funicular went into operation on November 17, 1879. The cabins scaled up & down the escarpment by means of a counter weight water process & steam power. In 1907, Alexander Cummings converted the funicular to electrical power.

Close-up photo of funicular in Old Québec. Built by William Griffith, the first funicular went into operation on November 17, 1879. The cabins scaled up & down the escarpment by means of a counter weight water process & steam power. In 1907, Alexander Cummings converted the funicular to electrical power.

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