Province of Quebec Shopping

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    Jardin du Bedeau in Kamouraska, QC
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    Comptoir Gourmand des Jardins Kamouraska
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Province of Quebec Shopping

  • Downtown

    Montreal Shopping

    As made obvious from the store's name, they sell linens. But they also sell small appliances, kitchen stuff, and decor. It's more high-end than departments stores like La Baie so it's a lot pricier, but all their stuff is good quality. Similar to a department store, but not big enough to be one, and most of what they sell is related to linens...

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  • Shopping in Vieux Quebec

    Quebec Shopping

    The day we visited the Chateau Frontenac we were told there were 1000 students on a visit to the city and wherever we went there were crods of students. We thought we might be safe in the Chateau's shopping arcade, however it was worse as the the hotel was 100 years old and reflected the style of that period, narrow corridors and small shops. For...

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  • Old Montreal

    Montreal Shopping

    All along the cobblestone Rue St. Paul est, you can find shops, galleries and restaurants. You will also find the very large Marché Bonsecours building that has several shops inside. Along this route is a very nice wine store with lots and lots of wine related items. It makes for an interesting shopping experience. Clothing, Paintings, Sculptures,...

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  • Quartier Petit Champlain

    Quebec Shopping

    Quartier Petit Champlain is without a doubt one of the best shopping districts I have found and really enjoyed walking about. For all the details I just provided their web site but the ambiance of the place is amazing especially during the Carnaval when all the merchants share in the celebration with their own ice sculptures in front of their...

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  • Quartier Latin

    Montreal Shopping

    Last weekend I went to shopping on St-Denis street and I went into a shop name Montana. It is a jewellery shop specialise in stones and fresh water pearl. When I entered the store, there are 2 sides of necklaces, one side is stones and the other side is fresh water pearl. And all the necklaces and bracelets are design by the owner. They are so...

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  • La Boutique de Noel de Quebec

    Quebec Shopping

    We had finished lunch in Rue Du Tresor and decided to continue along the Rue looking at the art on display in the stalls lining the path. Entering the next street we decided to window shop on our way back to our hotel and very soon came to the Christmas Shop. An ideal place to amuse yourself for 20 minutes this 2 level shop was crammed with...

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  • Rue Saint-Jean

    Quebec Shopping

    So you found the Plains of Abraham and are dying to have a picnic there? You'll find everything you need (and more!) at J.A. Moisan, the oldest grocery store in North America. Established in 1871 as a "fine epicerie", J.A. Moisan has always been the place to go to find fine imported products that are impossible to find elsewhere. Nothing much has...

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  • Au Royaume du Pere Noel

    Quebec Shopping

    This shop is huge., yes HUGE. Its floor to wall to floor to ceiling of Christmas Decorations and you name it they have it. Easy to spend a mint here and easy to spend an hour deciding what to spend the mint on. Christmas Decorations.

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  • Rue du Trésor

    Quebec Shopping

    Back in the 1960s, two arts students decided to hang some of their paintings on the little Rue du Trésor, which sort of connects the Notre-Dame Basilica Cathedral to the Chateau Frontenac. Within a few years, over 20 artists had also set up their little stand on the street to sell their paintings. Today, the Rue du Tresor is where people go to take...

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  • Laurier Quebec

    Quebec Shopping

    The Sainte-Foy area is home to three big shopping centers all located next to one another: Place Laurier, Place de la Cite and Place Sainte-Foy. Place Laurier is the biggest of the three, with over 350 stores located on three levels, including Old Navy, H&M, Freedom Central, HMV, Toys R' Us and Renaud-Bray. Place de la Cite is the smallest one and...

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  • La Maison Simons

    Quebec Shopping

    La Maison Simons is one of the most popular stores in the city and it is 100% Quebecois! The Simons family first opened a small boutique on rue Saint-Jean in 1840 and in 1870, they moved to their present location near the Notre-Dame Cathedral Basilica. There are now three Simons store in Quebec City and four more in the Montreal and Eastern...

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  • Marche du Vieux Port

    Quebec Shopping

    The old port's market is mainly a fresh produce market and by all accounts in the spring, summer and autumn abounds with colourful displays of locally-grown fruit and vegetables. Unfortunately I was here in the winter and so not many of the stalls were in use. What there was though was worth the visit as I sampled a couple of Quebec wines, nibbled...

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  • SAQ Signature

    Quebec Shopping

    The shop has a beautiful decoration, very skilled staff and the best selection of wine, port, whisky, scotch and other liquor on the whole city. Definitely worth a stop for all connaisseur ! Chateau Frontenac Alcohol and wine for collectors Store Hours Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday: 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Thursday and Friday: 9:30 a.m. to 9...

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  • Vistor Rebate Program

    All visitors may claim a refund of the goods and services tax (GST) and/or, the harmonized sales tax (HST) which they paid on eligible goods, must provide proof that they exported their goods from Canada. This is referred to as Proof of Export.Proof of Export began at Canada's nine major international airports. Non-resident visitors departing...

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  • The Painting We Bought

    We bought the oil painiting "Derniers Couleurs" by local artist Stefan Horik, but the gallery had a wide selections of painitings by other artists. There were surreal lanscapes, completely modern works and more traditional styles. But it was the work of Stefan Horik that really grabbed us.

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  • The Charlevoix region is an Art-buyers...

    I have never seen a higher concentration of artists in any one place than in the region between Quebec City and Tadoussac (Charlevoix). Each small riverside town is hemorraging galeries with all different styles of art, some owned by the artists themselves (ateliers) or some owned by dealers. If you have to stop one place, that town is Baie...

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