Quebec

3 Seasons In One Day

Check out this cool image of Montréal, where you can see 3 seasons in one shot! Thanks to Waldo for this one.

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Wednesday, 13th July 2005

Museum of Civilisation

The Museum of Civilization in Gatineau, Quebec is right across the river from Canada’s Parliament Buildings. It was designed by famous Canadian architect Douglas Cardinal, who also designed the Museum of the American Indian in Washington. The building has absolutely…

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Sunday, 12th June 2005

Île Notre-Dame, Montreal

Île Notre-Dame is an artificial island on the Saint Lawrence River and is part of the city of Montreal. Along with Île Ste-Hélène the island hosted Expo 67, for which Île Notre-Dame was built using earth excavated for the Montreal…

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Wednesday, 8th June 2005

Île Sainte-Hélène, Montreal

Île Sainte-Hélène (or St. Helen’s Island) is an island on the Saint Lawrence River and is part of the city of Montreal. Along with Île Notre-Dame. the island hosted Expo 67, for which the island was expanded and a theme…

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Monday, 30th May 2005

Trimarans

Here’s a cool picture of some trimarans docked in Quebec. Perhaps they were competing in the 2004 Transat Québec Saint-Malo, which is the only crewed non-stop transatlantic race to be held from west to east (Canada to France). The race…

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Saturday, 28th May 2005

New Quebec Crater

Formely known as Chubb crater, the New Quebec Crater has a rim diameter of 3.4 kilometers and is estimated to be about 1.4 million years old. It’s also filled with a 250-meter-deep lake. That’s a big old hole. There’s a…

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Friday, 27th May 2005
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