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St Pierre is the southernmost island of the territory of St Pierre and Miquelon situated in the North Atlantic Ocean south of the coast of Newfoundland. It is a French protectorate consisting of two small groups of islands principally St Pierre, Miquelon, and Langlade. The islands are mostly barren and rocky but are important for cod-fishing.
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Percé is a small village on the tip of the Gaspé peninsula in Quebec. It has a strong history of being an important fishing centre for the Mi'kmaq people and later in the 17th century, the area became the most important fishing location on the Gaspé Peninsula for the European settlers when Charles Robin, from Jersey Island constructed the infrastructure for a fishing industry. Some of the old buildings related to fishing can still be seen. However, today the area is mainly a tourist location particularly well known for the attractions of Percé Rock and Bonaventure Island.
Tadoussac/Tatoushak, a small village surrounded by hills conjures up wooded, rocky coasts. The charming beauty of the Bay of Tadoussac enabled it to become a member of the Select Club of the World's Thirty Most Beautiful Bays in l998, becoming North America's first official member. For more than l50 years, the village has been able to inspire local people as well as visitors and welcome, year after year, some 600,000 visitors fascinated by the beauty of this natural site and the wealth of its heritage. For an extended journey or a short stay, whether a nature lover, whale watcher, music fan, history buff or fine gourmet, visitors will spend some memorable moments in Tadoussac.
Because Quebec City is Canada’s most historic city and the only walled city in North America, it was classified by UNESCO as a World Heritage Treasure by. Visitors are greeted by an authentic, profoundly French city. The city features winding, cobbled streets with 17th- and 18th-century stone houses and churches, graceful parks and squares, and many monuments. Great emphasis has been placed on Québec nationalism, and the city has become a symbol of glorious French heritage. Visit the oldest church in Québec, Our Lady of Victory, dating from 1688. See the cellars of Maison des Vins, where Québec Société des Alcools sells more than 1,000 kinds of rare vintage wines in a warehouse dating from 1689. See the exhibits at Civilization Museum. The most striking building is celebrated landmark Château Frontenac. Looming high above St. Lawrence, the turreted building with its slanting, copper roof is an impressive sight. Built to accommodate colonial governors, it is now a hostelry.
Montréal is truly an experience: old world charm, French joie de vivre and a modern style all its own. Montreal is a stunning city to visit and there is so much to see. Along the St. Lawrence River many people come to take a horse-drawn calèche ride through cobbled streets for romantic moments. Just miles away are the skyscrapers of the city as they tower above the city’s businesses and restaurants. Montreal is the world’s second largest French-speaking City. It's top ten attractions are: The Biosphere, Old Montreal, Biodome de Montreal, Musee d'Art Contemporain, Montreal Botanical Gardens, Chinatown, Notre-Dame Basilica, Insectarium, Cours Mont-Royal, and the Canadian Centre for Architecture.
The Saint Lawrence Seaway is a system of canals, locks and dams located from the Atlantic Ocean to the Great Lakes. The length of the Seaway is measured to be 2340 miles long and ends in the Atlantic. The Saint Lawrence Seaway was known to be one of the greatest engineering achievements back when it was first opened in the late 1950’s.
It’s been called “a city that works.” As the capital of Ontario and Canada’s largest city, Toronto has become a dynamic cosmopolitan hub known for entertainment, culture, sports, high fashion and big business. The city boasts more than 20,000 retail stores and restaurants. Yet for such a large city (current population is 4.4 million) it is miraculously clean, safe and friendly. Tourists are drawn to the charm of the Lake Ontario waterfront district, the high-rise splendor of the popular Yonge Street, and the trendy shops and quaint cafés along College Street and Queen Street. With a flourishing music and performing arts scene, Toronto is very popular with young people.
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