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Bleuetière L & L

Franklin 514 919-2408

In 1967, my father Joseph Lussier was the first farmer in Quebec to cultivate highbush blueberry plants. He conducted extensive research and found a nursery in New Jersey willing to sell him the invaluable young plants. He travelled to the United States and brought back plants for him and his uncle, who also wanted to...

Blockhaus de la rivière Lacolle

Saint-Paul-de-l'Île-aux-Noix 450 246-3227 | 450 291-3166 ileauxnoix.com

The Lacolle River Blockhouse, built in 1781, is the last authentic representative of this type of building in Québec. It has witnessed war making, which is explained in their new permanent exhibition. A touch screen allows visitors to deepen their knowledge through informational screens, and a video recounting the Battle...

Bosquets Albert Hudon Cap

Otterburn Park 450 462-1501 enfantshandicapes.com

Since 2003, Colonie Les Bosquets Albert Hudon has joined the great family of the Quebec Society for Disabled Children. Located in Otterburn Park, on the shores of the Richelieu River, the Colonie has organized its activities mainly in favour of people who have a pervasive development disorder (autism or other P.D.D.) as...

Concept développé au Québec, un ÉCONOMUSÉE® est une entreprise en métier d’art ou agroalimentaire sélectionnée pour sa qualité et son authenticité. L’artisane-propriétaire gagne sa vie en offrant des produits contemporains inspirés de la tradition et propose une expérience de tourisme culturel selon un modèle breveté.

Dedicated to the production of craft and organic beer, our brewery aims to promote tangible social involvement in the community, and to reduce our environmental footprint. During your visit, you will be able witness the efforts we are implementing to honour our pledge.