Welcome to our media section, especially designed for press professionals. Here, you will find a list of services offered to the media by Tourisme Abitibi-Témiscamingue, as well as a few story ideas.
You are looking for unusual travel stories, extraordinary encounters with passionate people, "the" photo to complement your article? We will gladly help you!
- 17/02/2012 Trente candidats en lice au 27e gala régional des Grands Prix du tourisme québécois!
- 17/02/2012 Les candidats en lice au 27e gala régional des Grands Prix du tourisme québécois
- 17/02/2012 Les partenaires du 27e gala régional des Grands Prix du tourisme québécois
- 26/09/2011 Un bilan positif pour l'Abitibi-Témiscamingue
- 19/03/2011 Le prix Ambassadeur remis à Chantal Archambault
- 19/03/2011 La Ville de Ville-Marie, récipiendaire du prix Pour la qualité de vie du citoyen d'abord
- 19/03/2011 La Foire gourmande de l’Abitibi-Témiscamingue et du Nord-Est ontarien est récipiendaire du prix Développement économique Canada
- 24/01/2011 L'Abitibi-Témiscamingue : une destination d'excellence!
- 13/01/2011 Amos et Rouyn-Noranda seront les prochaines villes hôtesses du Tour de l'Abitibi
We look forward to welcoming you to our region. We will propose itineraries adapted to your readership, viewers, listeners or Internet users.
Previous Press Tours
- Aiguebelle et Bercer par l'Harricana
- L'hiver en Abitibi-Témiscamingue
- Randonnée motoneige
- Québec Nature rencontre le froid témiscabitibien
To discover Abitibi-Témiscamingue, you must travel around from east to west and north to south. Therefore, we invite you to visit our most important attractions. The Cité de l'Or / Bourlamaque Mining Village, the Refuge Pageau, the parc national d'Aiguebelle as well as the Fort Témiscamingue National Historic Site are the absolute "musts" of our region. Echoes from our not too distant past, symbol of a man's passion for wild animals, and wilderness areas, these sites allow you to discover the greatness of the territory and its inhabitants.
Land of the Algonquins
Abitibi-Témiscamingue, territory of the Algonquin people, will make for unforgettable moments on one of our many rivers with the help of qualified Algonquin guides. You will feast on typical meals and sleep under traditional tents. You will hear their history and learn about their age-old culture.
Outdoors and Essentials
Evidently well known for its great outdoors, the Abitibi-Témiscamingue region distinguishes itself by its contrasted landscapes, its clear blue skies and, above all, its warm and welcoming people. Here, living the great outdoors is, first and foremost, about sharing stories and a good meal around a campfire after a day of canoeing or kayaking on one of our magnificent waterways.
Our festive mood is a well know fact. To harness our overflowing energy, an impressive number of festivals have blossomed over the past years. This cultural abundance highlights the creative wealth of the people in the region. To participate in one of these cultural events is to discover an important facet of the Abitibi-Témiscamingue community and to let yourself be seduced by these imaginative men and women.