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In Bloom

On its bucolic 107-acre farm in upstate New York, Sarah Ryhanen heralds the emergence of meaningful ways of living.

Graeme Owsianski

Charlevoix in a Bottle

Camrin Dengel

Lanaudière: So Near the Open Air

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Kroy

It’s under the soft fading light of dusk that the final Canot-Concert of the season took place, featuring the enigmatic KROY. With her hypnotic sounds, the Montreal artist —who also…

Société Duvetnor

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The Pioneers

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Founded in 1979, Duvetnor had taken upon itself to protect the islands of the Bas-Saint-Laurent region, the preferred nesting site of certain bird species. About a decade later, it added ecotourism to its mandate. Today, thanks to Duvetnor, thousands of people can explore nearly pristine natural environments and experience the Saint-Lawrence at its wildest and most magnificent.

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