Mont St Hilaire is a prime example of a mature forest ecosystem which has remained almost untouched since European colonization. Bowl-shaped, with numerous peaks along the outer edge and a lake at its centre, it is one of the rarest forests in Québec and has a rich variety of habitats. Owned privately until 1958, the 2300 acres were bequeathed to McGill University by Andrew Hamilton Gault "...as a great heritage for the benefit and enjoyment of the youth of Canada".

It's the Gault Nature Reserve on Mont-Saint-Hilaire!

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The Gaspésie, Quebec Here’s a road trip that starts in Montreal and…

Former St Mathieu Catholic Presbytery  Now a Medical Clinic  Beloeil, Quebec  1768 - 1772

Former St Mathieu Catholic Presbytery Now a Medical Clinic Beloeil, Quebec 1768 - 1772

spa mont St-Hilaire

spa mont St-Hilaire

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