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Discover the natural treasures hidden on the River’s banks.

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Discover the natural treasures hidden on the River’s banks.

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  •  Montreal Biodôme

    The Biodôme is a genuine oasis in downtown Montréal! There, I was transported to the loveliest ecosystems in the Americas. I was even able to discover the wildlife found in the Gulf of St. Lawrence. This glass dome is a magnificent, amazing space for life!

    Address:   4777 avenue Pierre-De Coubertin, Montréal, Québec

    Phone number:   514-868-3000

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  •  Aquatarium

    The Thousand Islands archipelago in Ontario is a magnificent region, extremely rich in history and biodiversity. At the Aquatarium, I dove into discovering the River’s wildlife and its geological history! I was even able to visit several old ships. Loved it!

    Address:   6 Broad Street, Brockville, Ontario

    Phone number:   613-342-6789

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  •  Refuge faunique Marguerite-D’Youville

    There’s nothing like a visit to the Refuge faunique Marguerite-D'Youville to discover the St. Lawrence’s wetlands. In my opinion, this wildlife preserve is home to one of the most beautiful marshes in the Montréal area. And what a view of the River and the city! I loved walking the trails with the audioguide and dong the exciting digital rally.

    Address:   480 boulevard D’Youville, Île Saint-Bernard, Châteauguay, Québec

    Phone number:   450 698-3133

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Panoramas

  •  Baie-Johan-Beetz

    In 2013, a terrible fire ravaged this North Shore municipality. Since then, the landscape has come alive again.

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  •  Pointe aux Épinettes

    Set in the heart of Parc national du Bic, Pointe-aux-Épinettes is home to a salt marsh of enormous ecological value.

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  •  Tête-à-la-Baleine moorland

    Rich in lichens and stunted trees, moorlands characterize this region of the Gulf of St. Lawrence.

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  •  Montréal seen from the River

    Montréal is an island, bordered by the St. Lawrence to the east and Rivière de Prairies to the west.

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  •  Refuge faunique Marguerite d'Youville

    Located on Île Saint-Bernard, in Châteauguay, this wildlife preserve, rich in wetlands, is a paradise for many wildlife species.

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  •  Carleton-sur-Mer tidal lagoon

    This village in southern Gaspésie is known for its tidal lagoon, which formed between two sand bars.

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  •  Exploramer museum

    Nestled in Sainte-Anne-Des-Monts, in Gaspésie, this interpretation centre allows visitors to explore the natural wonders hidden in the Gulf waters.

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  •  West beach in Magdalen Islands

    Found on Île du Havre-Aubert, on the Magdalen Islands, the West beach is ideal for long walks.

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  •  Lake St. Louis

    Located south of Montréal, it’s one of the St. Lawrence’s fluvial lakes. Here, it’s shown from Île Saint-Bernard, in Châteauguay.

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  •  Pointe-Lebel shoreline

    It is probably due to its long sandy beach that the Montagnais named this North Shore village “Neshtât Kâmiluâs” (beautiful sandy spit).

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  •  Thousand Islands region

    Located on the Canada-United States border, this archipelago has more than 1800 islands.

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  •  Beach at Penouille

    Located on in the Gaspé bay, the Penouille sand spit makes many species happy.

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  •  Cap-des-Rosiers beach

    The beach at Cap-des-Rosiers offers a breathtaking view of the Gulf of St. Lawrence and the cliffs of Forillon National Park.

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  •  Cap-Bon-Ami beach

    Symbolizing the battle between land and sea, the Forillon cliffs rise in the distance.

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