The Fermont aurora borealis are atmospheric light phenomena characterized by extremely colorful veils in the night sky, with green predominating. Caused by the interaction between charged particles of the solar wind and the upper atmosphere, the aurora occurs mainly in the regions near the magnetic poles. Auroras are part of the North Coast sky, mainly in the Caniapiscau area. It's a nice show to watch for travelers! Visit Fermont to see aurora borealis in the sky!
Photos by Jocelyn Blanchette