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The Great Roadtrip

La Cité de l'Or

Discover the two historic sites that make up La Cité de l’Or, in Val-d’Or, Abitibi-Témiscamingue. The An...

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Cathédrale Sainte-Thérèse-d'Avila

In 1922, Monsignor Dudemaine, priest to the the first parish of Abitibi, and architect Beaugrand-Champagne, of...

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Refuge Pageau

It is on a boardwalk that you will hear the amazing story of the Pageau family, a story that began more than 3...

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Moffet

Founded in 1932, the Parish of Saint-Romuald-de-Moffet became a municipality in 1953. It is named after Father...

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Site historique Domaine Breen

Built in 1906, this century-old house was built by the town’s blacksmith, Thomas Breen. It was recognized as...

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Lieu historique national du Fort-Témiscamingue/Obadjiwan

Where can you find, all in one place, a trading post, an enchanted forest, a magnificent beach on the edge of ...

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Musée de la gare

This Canadian Pacific Railroad station, built in 1927, was restored and opened to the public in June 1996. Th...

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Fourrures Grenier

This family business, founded more than 40 years ago, has passed down the art of fur, from fur dressing and cu...

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Centre d'interprétation de la foresterie

Come visit the new premises of Centre d’interprétation de la foresterie, which features a collection of too...

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Fossilarium

Play paleontologist for one hour, two hours or a day during an excursion led by a competent guide. You’ll ge...

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Magasin général Dumulon

Visiting Magasin général Dumulon includes live entertainment and a journey back to the time of our pioneers....

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Parc national d'Aiguebelle

Parc national d’Aiguebelle constitutes an important natural and cultural heritage. It offers many hiking tra...

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The Great Roadtrip

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Musée de la gare

This Canadian Pacific Railroad station, built in 1927, houses a new and dynamic permanent exhibit retracing its development as the core of the community’s growth, while revealing its rich and unique architecture.

15, rue Humphrey, Témiscaming 819 627-1846


Photo : Stéphane Fortin.

Lieu historique national du Fort-Témiscamingue/Obadjiwan

Where can you find, all in one place, a trading post, an enchanted forest, a magnificent beach on the edge of a 110-km lake, a native presence dating back 6,000 years, and two centuries of rivalry to control the fur trade? Fort-Témiscamingue/Obadjiwan. 2017 marks the 150th anniversary of Canadian Confederation. As Canada’s gift to you, the 2017 Discovery Pass will provide free admission to all Parks Canada’ network of national parks.

834, chemin du Vieux-Fort, Duhamel-Ouest 1 888 773-8888 / 819 629-3222


Photo : Dominic Bérubé.

Maison du Frère-Moffet

Visit the oldest Témiscamingue house still standing, built in 1881, and declared a historic monument. Discover one of Témiscamingue’s great legends, the story of brother Moffet. Thanks to this tenacious and determined man, the region laid the foundations of a sustainable agricultural future.

7, rue Notre-Dame-de-Lourdes, Ville-Marie 819 629-3533 / 819 629-8788


Photo : Hugo Lacroix.

Site historique Domaine Breen

Built in 1906, this century-old house was built by the town’s blacksmith, Thomas Breen. It was recognized as a historic site in 2006. Because the authenticity of the architecture and furniture has been preserved, this house is an exceptional eyewitness to the history, lifestyle and culture of the time.

24, rue Principale Nord, Saint-Bruno-de-Guigues 819 728-2295


Photo credit : Hugo Lacroix.

Fossilarium

Play paleontologist during an excursion led by a competent guide. You’ll get the chance to uncover fossils, keep specimens tagged by the guide, and take part in museum research.

5, rue Principale Sud, Notre-Dam

e-du-Nord 819 723-2500


Photo : Mathieu Dupuis.

Magasin général Dumulon

Visiting Magasin général Dumulon includes live entertainment and a journey back to the time of our pioneers. Also available: baskets of regional products, jewelry, soap, woven products and other hand-made objects.

191, avenue du Lac, Rouyn-Noranda 819 797-7125


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Parc national d’Aiguebelle

Walk over 2.7 billion years, at the very place where the waters part. Parc national d’Aiguebelle is the loyal custodian of a rich natural and cultural heritage. Several hiking trails lead to a suspended bridge across a fault-lake, to a huge spiral staircase erected alongside an impressive escarpment, to the top of the Abijévis hills or to a fire watchtower. Several accommodation options: chalet, Huttopia tents, camping, rustic camp.

12373, route d’Aiguebelle, Rouyn-Noranda (Mont-Brun) 1 800 665-6527 / 819 637-7322


Photo credit : Jean Caron.

Centre d’interprétation de la foresterie

Come visit the premises of Centre d’interprétation de la foresterie, which features a collection of tools used for forestry decades ago. Discover the history of the region as told by its geography, forestry and archeology.


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Café Elkoza

Café Elkoza proposes a warm and friendly atmosphere to discover the works of artists and artisans of the region while enjoying a specialty coffee or a delicious meal.

90, 1e rue Est, Macamic 819 782-2800


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Cathédrale Sainte-Thérèse-d’Avila

In 1922, Monsignor Dudemaine and architect Beaugrand-Champagne of Montreal, got together to build the Sainte-Thérèse-d’Avila Church. Later, in 1939, this church became a cathedral. This Roman-Byzantyne style structure is unique in North America. It is a veritable work of art, where mosaics, Italian marble and French stained windows may be seen.

11, boulevard Mgr-Dudemaine, Amos 1 800 670-0499 / 819 732-2110


Photo: Mathieu Dupuis

Refuge Pageau

It is on a boardwalk that you will hear the amazing story of the Pageau family, a story that began more than 30 years ago. Refuge Pageau takes in abandoned, lost or wounded wildlife. The animals are returned to the wild as soon as possible or provided long-term shelter. You will have the opportunity to watch moose, bears, wolves, lynx, whitetail deer, raccoons, prey birds and many orphaned animals left on their own.

4241, chemin Croteau, Amos 819 732-8999


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Fourrures Grenier

This business has passed down the art of fur, from fur dressing and cutting to garment making, from generation to generation. Visit our workshop to appreciate the meticulous work of our artisans and our high-end products.

730, 1e rue Ouest, Barraute 1 866 734-6781 / 819 734 6781


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Mont Bell

Mount Bell is an ideal destination for outdoor enthusiasts. It offers several kilometers of trails suited for hiking, snowmobiling, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing.

301, chemin du Mont Bell, Senneterre 1 888 437-2694 / 819 737-2694

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