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The theme song for Quebec's Carnaval. It goes a little fast, but the lyrics are included and the chorus repeats a few times so students could join in singing that part. This could be a nice addition to a unit on French culture.

*The theme song for Quebec's Carnaval. It goes a little fast, but the lyrics are included and the chorus repeats a few times so students could join in singing that part. This could be a nice addition to a unit on Quebecois culture.

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This stuff is liquid gold: Canadian maple syrup, fresh from the trees of Quebec.

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Quebec loves to take oil money from Alberta but blocks the pipeline needed to get Alberta oil to tide waters. Hypocrites for generations. Boycott all things Quebec and especially Montreal.

Festival du Voyageur    Founded in 1969 by a group of Saint-Boniface entrepreneurs, this once three-day event, held in Winnipeg’s French Quarter, has evolved into a 10-day province-wide celebration of sights, sounds, snow and spirit. Dubbed “The World’s Largest Kitchen Party”, Festival du Voyageur celebrates the joie de vivre of the fur traders, who established the Red River Colony and the ever-growing French-Canadian community in Western Canada.

Festival du Voyageur Founded in 1969 by a group of Saint-Boniface entrepreneurs, this once three-day event, held in Winnipeg’s French Quarter, has evolved into a 10-day province-wide celebration of sights, sounds, snow and spirit. Dubbed “The World’s Largest Kitchen Party”, Festival du Voyageur celebrates the joie de vivre of the fur traders, who established the Red River Colony and the ever-growing French-Canadian community in Western Canada.

festival du voyageur ... such a great time!

festival du voyageur ... such a great time!

L'aventure de Stephanie  Story: Matt Maxwell  Illustrations: Jana Tublinshlak  Appropriate for ages: 7-12    Stéphanie is an 11-year-old girl who lives in small town in northern Quebec.  During the Festival du Voyageur, Stéphanie becomes bored with the cultural activities – the singing and dancing, the costumes, the sugaring off – and wanders to the riverside, where she gets in one of the voyageurs' canoes. She caught in the rapids; only the heroic actions of a young villager save the day.

Stéphanie is an girl who is a resident of a small town in northern Quebec. The town folk decide to put on a Festival du Voyageur.

Instrument de musique traditionnelle: les cuillères de bois - Traditional music instrument: wooden spoons - Festival du Voyageur

Instrument de musique traditionnelle: les cuillères de bois - Traditional music instrument: wooden spoons - Festival du Voyageur

The Festival du Voyageur (literally translated as Festival of the Traveller) is an annual 10-day winter festival that takes place in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. The event is held during each February in Winnipeg's French Quarter, Saint-Boniface, and is Western Canada's largest winter festival. It celebrates Canada's fur-trading past and unique French heritage and culture through entertainment, arts and crafts, music, exhibits, and displays.

The Festival du Voyageur (literally translated as Festival of the Traveller) is an annual 10-day winter festival that takes place in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. The event is held during each February in Winnipeg's French Quarter, Saint-Boniface, and is Western Canada's largest winter festival. It celebrates Canada's fur-trading past and unique French heritage and culture through entertainment, arts and crafts, music, exhibits, and displays.

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