Nestled deep in the taiga, this village is named after a Canadian naturalist of Belgian origin who lived here in the early 1900s. A few minutes' walk along one of the many footpaths brings you outside the village, where you can still see traces of the 2013 fire. Budding geologists and biologists will notice the presence of many types of rock, lush vegetation and abundant wildlife and be thrilled by the flocks of aquatic birds flying to the east of the village on their annual migration. At the end of the day, you will see breathtaking sunsets and a night sky sprinkled with uncountable twinkling stars. On site: Internet access, picnic area, exhibit, public telephone and restrooms, partial access to people with reduced mobility.