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Discover YOUR Côte-Nord
Credit : Xavier Girard

Prize to be won: A $5000 vacation package
in tourism businesses of the North Shore

Draw: November 1st, 2024 at noon

Contest rules. Prize valid for the 2025 summer season subject to availability.

 

Step 1 : Listen to the 4 episodes

Episode 1

Haute-Côte-Nord

English subtitling available

This is the start for your big adventure: the Road Trip Côte-Nord. The Tadoussac crossing marks an official crossing from the Charlevoix region to the vastness of the Upper North Shore. In this episode, the observation of animals, whales and local flora is in the spotlight! Perfect for family or couple activities, be charmed by the beauty of the Haute-Côte-Nord!

Episode 2

Manicouagan and Caniapiscau

English subtitling available

Continue your adventure by entering the territory of Manicouagan and Caniapiscau, where nature and historical heritage accompany your journey.  Enjoy the festive energy of Baie-Comeau or take the road of Caniapiscau to reach Fermont and the hydroelectric dams Manic-2 and Manic-5. Manicouagan rich in culture awaits you!

Episode 3

English subtitling available

This time, Julie introduces you to her favourite part of the Côte-Nord, Port-Cartier and the RCM of Sept-Rivières. Connect to the water around you. Beaches, relaxation and seaside… Rivers, salmon fishing and forests… Islands, archipelago and seafood… A stop is necessary in this region in harmony with the wild nature.

Lenght : 2:11

Episode 4

English subtitling available

Minganie and the Lower North Shore are must-see regions of the North Shore, discover why these mythical regions make travellers dream in this episode of On the Road with Julie!

 

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