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  • In 2015, the River will be enhanced by the New France Festival with its theme: Québec, Port City. Once a source of food and energy and a sea exploration route, the River still plays a major role and remains the main way through which Quebec was populated. We are paying tribute to our St. Lawrence River, one of the continent’s largest waterways.“For its 19th presentation, the New France Festival is once again enlivening the cradle of French America as well as enhancing all the richness of Québec’s cultural and historical heritage. The 2015 program demonstrates great creativity, entertainment and local discoveries”, declared Gisèle Bourdeau, President of the New France Festival. “With the Great Sailboats approaching in 2017 as part of Canada’s 150th anniversary and in the context of the positioning of the destination with the slogan So Europe So Close, the New France Festival is a meaningful and major tourism development asset. Our event undoubtedly best represents America’s accent of which we are so proud, as it tells of the people’s history and the River that shaped it,” added General Manager and Program Director Stéphan Parent.PRELUDE TO THE FESTIVITIES: LE BOUCAN, A GREAT OLD-FASHIONED BBQThe New France Festival launches the festivities earlier this year with a great old-fashioned BBQ: Le Boucan. On Tuesday August 4th, at 4 p.m., taste local products prepared using culinary techniques from New France. That night, some of today’s greatest culinary figures will put their skills to the test; Raphaël Vézina, Chef of the prestigious Laurie Raphaël, Max Lavoie from Québec BBQ and Patrice Plante a well-known mixologist. Discover the packages offered at www.boucanbbq.caA PROMISING START!On August 5th, as of 4 p.m., at the Louise Basin near the lock, come welcome the soldiers from the Carignan-Salières Regiments as they come off the boat. These soldiers came to save the colony 350 years ago. Accompanied by descendants of Governor de Lauzon and the Filles du Roy from 1665, this arrival symbolizes the 350th anniversary of Phips-Frontenac and that of the arrival of the Carignan-Salières Regiment, Québec’s military heritage. At 7 p.m., the Opening Parade will dazzle spectators with its Giants, 40-foot-long ships and hundreds of characters dressed in period costumes. The show then continues on the TD Stage at Place de Paris with a dynamic musical performance by Sondaky, a Huron-Wendat group that mixes music and dance.  NEW SELECT ACTIVITIES NOBILITY BALL, (AUGUST 6TH, 6 P.M.) An exceptional Ball that includes a cocktail, a culinary feast, a show and dancing animations in the heart of the historicalbuilding of the Séminaire de Québec, in the magnificent Salle des Promotions. Period costumes are mandatory. Memorable pleasures guaranteed!OLD-FASHIONED FENCING WORKSHOPS – Both young and old can learn the basics of oldfashionedfencing in a safe environment in the company of skilled musketeers at the base campof the Garde du Lys, located at the Louise Basin.PHIPS-FRONTENAC BATTLE (AUGUST 8TH) – As of 3 p.m., follow the English emissary from theLouise Basin to the Dufferin Terrace, where he will request Québec’s accountability. Witness thefamous reply of Frontenac, surrounded by his court. Come support the Québec siege loudly. At 9p.m., Festival participants will be offered a theatrical re-enactment of the Battle on Pier 22 alongthe River, prior to the Grands feux Loto-Québec.FRANCOPHONIE DAY – Francophones from outside Quebec will take centre stage on FridayAugust 7th. On the program, two conferences, two tales by Jacques the Peddler at the RoyalBattery, two shows about Champlain’s new world and, not to be missed, a show by colourfulAcadian singer Cayouche at night. At the Louise Basin, Champlain and his sidekick explorers fromOntario await you.CAYOUCHE COMES TO QUÉBECHis real name is Réginald Charles Gagnon, but in Acadia, he’s known as Cayouche. This “hippytroubadour » is a social phenomenon. The popularity of the singer-songwriter extends farbeyond the boundaries of Acadia. He is performing for the first time at the New France Festivalon Friday August 7th, on the TD Stage. Cayouche’s music is a mixture of blues, folk, country andgrass blues and will take over Place de Paris on Friday August 7th as part of the New FranceFestival. Don’t miss this event as it promises to be full of excitement! Cayouche has sold morethan 90,000 copies of his four albums, which makes him one of the most popular music artists inthe history of Acadia.PLACE DE PARIS: MARCHÉ DES SAVEURS, SAQ INN AND TD STAGEThe traditional Marché des saveurs, the SAQ Inn and numerous stalls erected throughout thesite will satisfy the most passionate palates. An array of delicious local products will satisfy thetaste buds of Festival participants: Crispy lamb, bison and board sausages, European hotdogswith pork sausage, smoked and grilled pork loins, corn, bacon, cheese in a fondue, grilled and incurds, waffles, ice cream, cider, home-made juice and much more.TD STAGE: A SERIES OF MUSIC SHOWSThis year, the TD Stage will be animated both day and night with artists such as: Sondaky(August 5th, 9 p.m.), Train d’Enfer (August 6th, 8 p.m.), Cayouche (August 7th, 9 p.m.) andMusiques à Bouches (August 8th, 8 p.m.). Festival participants will get to enjoy a variety ofmusic with Noire et Boivin, the Roy-Duhamel Duo, the Dupuis-Lemieux Duo, the Racine familyand the crazy cast of Oyez-Oyez production.THE HISTORICAL RIVER AT THE LOUISE BASIN PRESENTED BY THE ASSOCIATION DE LAFRANCOPHONIE DE L’ONTARIO: A SITE DEDICATED TO THE RIVERThe piers at the Louise Basin will come alive with the Musketeers from the Garde du Lys, thesoldiers from the Carignan-Salières Regiment, sea trade craftsmen, the surgeon, the Guilde desBrodeuses et Dentelières inc., the exhibits of the Société de Généalogie de Québec and Archéomonth. Some will also get the chance to travel onboard historical canoe 19 from the MuséeMaritime du Québec. Meet Champlain and his sidekicks, explorers from Ontario, who will haveyou reliving a great era from 400 years ago.5 À 7 BOUCHÉES DE LA MERWhile admiring the splendour of the majestic St. Lawrence River, enjoy the 5 à 7 Bouchés de lamer, presented by Historian Catherine Ferland. On the menu, wine and alcohol tastings matchedwith bite-size foods inspired from recipes from sailors throughout the centuries and composedof the best seafood that the St. Lawrence has to offer. This event takes place on the GoéletteBridge. Purchase your tickets now at www.nouvellefrance.qc.ca.TOURS ONBOARD A HISTORICAL SCHOONER – Enjoy tours on the St. Lawrence River onboardthe Goélette Grosse-Île, the only historical ship still sailing in Canada. The morning tours areaccompanied by a guide and let you discover the history of Québec from the River, and theevening tours are perfect to admire the Grands Feux Loto Québec. Tickets are available atwww.nouvellefrance.qc.ca.Even more activities!Whether it’s at Place Royale, De la Cetière Parc, the Royal Battery, the Civilization Museum or onthe streets of the historical neighborhood, more than 400 activities, conferences and animationsare included in the 2015 program, which is extremely rich and diversified. Consult the completeprogram at www.nouvellefrance.qc.ca.BIKE PARKS:In cooperation with the Société des traversiers du Québec, the New France Festival providesaccess to two bike parks that will be set up near the crossing in Lévis and Québec. This initiativeaims to get participants to travel to the event sites by bike. Moreover, the bike parks will alsooffer an innovative and locally-developed bike mount: Accrovélo.2015 MEDALLION: IMMERSE YOURSELF IN THE CELEBRATIONS!The 2015 Medallion represents a sailboat. It symbolizes the transportation of merchandise andcivilians, nuns and soldiers on the River during their travel overseas toward Québec. The hullrepresents solidity and the sail, energy: two factors that helped to establish a sustainable colonywith the welcome of Aboriginal nations. The Medallion is now available on pre-order for $10,until July 31st, in participating SAQ stores and TD branches in the Greater Québec Area and atnouvellefrance.qc.ca/billetterie. It will then be sold for $12 in these same stores and branchesand directly on the event sites. *Access to the sites is free for children aged 12 and under.NEW ROYAL MEDALLION ON SALEThis year, purchase the Royal Medallion, and take full advantage of your experience at the NewFrance Festival. The Royal Medallion package, worth a total of $70, is sold at a regular unit priceof $45 plus tax. In addition to the 10K gold-plated medallion, it namely includes tasting coupons,a free drink and a few costume items and also gives access to the Royal zones identified on THEsites.TAKE THE BUS!Throughout the New France Festival, the Réseau de transport de la Capitale (RTC) remains themost efficient way to access the sites. To travel as close as possible to the festivities, routes 1and 400, and Metrobus 800 are your best options. For more information, visit rtcquebec.ca.THANK YOU TO ALL PARTNERSThe New France Festival would like to thank and highlight the major contribution of its partnersthat have been making this event possible for many years. This year, we would like to mentionthe involvement of the Government of Canada, the Government of Quebec, the City of Québecand the Office du tourisme de Québec.

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    New France Festival: Immerse yourself in the 5-day celebrations!
  •  Today, Valcartier Vacation Village is announcing the construction of a major recreation and tourism complex featuring an indoor waterpark and 4-star hotel with 153 suites, the first of its kind in Quebec! This major tourism industry initiative, representing a private investment of $65 million, will complement the group’s entertainment offerings with year-round accommodations and annual activities that will be sure to please the entire family. The complex is scheduled to open inDecember 2016. “The idea behind building Valcartier Vacation Village’srecreation and tourism complex is to provide ourvacationers, particularly families, with an optimal entertainment and accommodation experience. Our expertise in waterpark and winter playground management has allowed us to improve this experience: our vacationers will now have the chance to visit a waterpark in any season. This type of attraction has never been seen before in Quebec!” stated Guy Drouin, president and general manager of Valcartier Vacation Village.A first in Quebec: an indoor waterpark covering over 102,000 square feet  The first of its kind, Valcartier Vacation Village’s future indoor waterpark will cover more than 102,000 square feet – almost two football fields – and will appeal to families, catering to both kids and adults. With its Polynesian theme, the indoor waterpark will have attractions created both for the little ones and the more adventurous. Thrill-seekers will be happy to ride exciting waterslides at the park, heated to 30°C year-round! There will be something for everyone: a huge wave pool, over 14 waterslides (including five standing at 15.25 m (50 ft) tall), a family pool, a multi-activity adventure river, and an attraction that is sure to be popular: a double surf wave. There will also be countless chairs, relaxationareas and private cabanas.A 4-star, comfortable family hotelThe five-story, 194,000-square-foot Valcartier Vacation Village 4-star hotel will be made up exclusively of suites, featuring a total of 153 (including some luxury suites with patios and private spas) on the three top floors. “We decided to offer suites in order to provide our visitors with optimal comfort. Families will be happy to learn that these suites were specially designed to meet their needs. They include a large living room attached to closed bedrooms and ergonomic bathrooms that can be used by more than one guest at a time. We’ve covered all bases to provide our guests with an unforgettableexperience!” added Drouin. Plus, there are five dorm rooms that can accommodate up to 12 people each, available at a reasonable price for youth groups. The hotel’s mezzanine will be home to a huge indoor entertainment room with an arcade featuring multiple games and private rooms for children’s birthday parties and other group activities. On the first floor, there will be a spa with personal care facilities, including various baths, an indoor pool adjoining an outdoor pool, and a large gift shop featuring essentials and souvenirs. A lounge-style sports bar and restaurant will round out this one-of-a-kind space.The future Valcartier Vacation Village recreation and tourism complex in numbers:- A private investment of $65 million- A 102,450-square-foot indoor waterpark heated to 30°C year-round, including: - A large wave pool of 4 000-square-foot - Over 14 slides, with 5 standing at 15.25-m (50-ft) tall - A family pool with water games - A multi-activity adventure river - A double surf wave - A patio restaurant with private rooms for groups - 12 private cabanas- A 194,000-square-foot, four-star hotel with 153 suites (including 7 luxury suites with a patio and private spa) featuring:Accommodations: - 123 regular suites that can accommodate up to 4 people, including a king bedin a closed room and a large retractable bed in the living room (including 15 universally accessible beds) - 23 family suites with 2 closed rooms - 2 luxury suites with a closed room, living room, patio and private spa - 5 luxury family suites with 2 closed rooms, a patio and a private spa - A dormitory that can accommodate groups of up to 60 people with 5 separate rooms- A 10,600-square-foot entertainment room, including: - A large arcade with multiple games. - A lounge-style sports bar and restaurant. - A gift shop and a convenience store.- A 6,000-square-foot spa, including: - 8 treatment rooms (2 double rooms). - A steam bath.  - A Finnish sauna. - 1 hot tub and 3 ice baths. - An indoor pool with an adjoining outdoor pool.The tourism and recreation complex is set to open in December 2016.

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    Valcartier Vacation Village announces the construction of an indoor waterpark and 4-star hotel complex
  •  The FIS (Fédération internationale de ski) technical committee met in Varna,Bulgaria last week, and the FIS expressed its delight at plans for Ski Tour Canada 2016 – FIS Cross-Country World Cuppresented by Viessmann. Local organizing committees are actively preparing for each of the eight stages that make up thetour to be held March 1st to 12th, 2016 in the iconic Canadian locations of Gatineau, Montréal, Québec City, Canmore, andLake Louise. “The next major milestone includes a visit in August by the FIS technical staff and marketing representatives toapprove tracks and stadium layouts used on each stage of the tour,” explains Dave Dyer, director of events at CrossCountry Canada. “With under a year to go before the Tour gets underway, we’re really excited about the project and can’twait for the 2015-2016 season to start!”The world’s top Cross-Country skiers from over 25 countries will go head-to-head on Canadian soil at the FIS CrossCountryWorld Cup’s grand finale for the season. With no Olympic Games or World Championships on the internationalcalendar in 2015-2016, Ski Tour Canada 2016 will be one of the pinnacle events of the upcoming cross-country ski season.WebsiteAfter months of work and consultation, the national organizing committee has unveiled the official event logo and website,skitourcanada.com . The website will be home to full details for each of the eight FIS World Cup stops until the very last dayof competitions, meaning that the general public, athletes, teams, and the media will be able to follow all the action onlinefrom this history-making event in Canada. Moreover, the latest news of the event will also be available via the socialnetworks of the event.https://www.facebook.com/skitourcanada https://twitter.com/skitourca https://instagram.com/skitourca/At a Glance Gatineau – March 1 (Sprint F)Montréal – March 2 (13/22 km – Mass Start - C) Québec City – March 4 (Sprint F) Québec City – March 5 (10/15 km – Pursuit – F)Canmore – March 8 (Sprint C)Canmore – March 9 (15/30 km Skiathlon)Lake Louise – March 11 (10/20 km – Interval Start – F)Canmore – March 12 (10/15km – Pursuit – C)*F = freestyle*C = Classic About FISFIS, founded in 1924, is the governing body for international skiing and snowboarding. Recognized by the InternationalOlympic Committee, FIS manages the Olympic disciplines of Alpine Skiing, Cross-Country Skiing, Ski Jumping, NordicCombined, Freestyle Skiing, and Snowboarding, and sets the international competition rules. Through its 119 nationalfederations, more than 7,000 FIS ski and snowboard competitions are staged annually. Specific initiatives are undertakenby FIS to promote winter sports, particularly for the young.About Cross Country Ski CanadaCross Country Canada is the governing body of cross-country skiing in Canada, which is the nation’s optimal winter sportand recreational activity with more than one million Canadians participating annually. Its 58,000 members include athletes,coaches, officials, and skiers of all ages and abilities, including those on Canada’s National Ski Teams and Para-Nordic SkiTeams. With the support of its valued corporate partners—Haywood Securities Inc., AltaGas and Mackenzie—along withthe Government of Canada, Canadian Olympic Committee, Canadian Paralympic Committee, Own the Podium, and B2dix,Cross-Country Canada develops Olympic, Paralympic, and world champions. About the National Organizing Committee (NOC)The (NOC) has been established by Cross Country Canada (CCC) to assist in managing and coordinating Ski Tour Canada2016. By facilitating communication between CCC and the Local Organizing Committees (LOCs) including ÉVÈNEMENTSNORDIQUES GATINEAU (Gatineau), QUÉBEC WINTER EVENTS CORPORATION (Montreal and Quebec City) and theALBERTA WORLD CUP SOCIETY (Canmore & Lake Louise) the NOC plans to deliver a seamless Tour in both easternand western Canada.

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    FIS delighted with Ski Tour Canada 2016 Cross-Country skiing at its best, March 1 to 12, 2016
  • This summer, five attractions—Aquarium du Québec, Musée de la civilisation, Musée du Fort, Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, and Observatoire de la Capitale are joining forces to offer 20% off the price of admission when you present an admission receipt from a participating attraction. It’s a great way for locals and visitors to experience more of what Québec City has to offer. The 5/20 Tour runs from June 1 to October 31, 2015. Aquarium du Québec, a playground teeming with life Québec’s provincial aquarium is home to 10,000 aquatic creatures, including fish, reptiles, invertebrates, and mammals. Polar bears and seals put on great shows and demonstrations at feeding time and during training. It’s a fascinating place for all ages! The big 16-hectare site is a joy to explore indoors and out, with its picnic tables, watersports, and safe, child-friendly arboreal adventure course. www.sepaq.com/ct/paq/ Observatoire de la Capitale, the top of the city With its breathtaking 360° views, Observatoire de la Capitale—an observation deck on the 31st floor of the Marie-Guyart Building on Parliament Hill—is one of the area’s “top” attractions. It affords a sweeping panorama of the Old City, Lower Town, the mighty St. Lawrence River, Île d’Orléans, the south shore, and the Appalachian and Laurentian mountain ranges. An original presentation introduces visitors to the city’s landscape and history, awakening the senses of visitors young and old. www.observatoire-capitale.com Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, a very special art complex This outstanding complex of galleries is right in National Battlefields Park, one of the world’s iconic urban parks, and offers a one-of-a-kind mix of art, architecture, and nature. Its extensive collection comprises more than 38,000 works dating back to the 17th century showcased in three distinctive buildings. Paintings, sculptures, drawings, photographs, and prints are shown in various exhibitions in the historical art pavilion, while stars like Jean Paul Lemieux, Alfred Pellan, Fernand Leduc, and Jean Paul Riopelle dazzle in a pavilion dedicated to modern art. A 4th building will be opening in 2016 to feature the Museum’s post-1960 contemporary art collection. There is also a magnificent sculpture garden and a terrace looking out across the Plains of Abraham to round out this feast for the senses. www.mnbaq.org   Musée de la civilisation, a journey into the human essence The city’s major museum explores every aspect of human reality in a signature style that blends enchantment, understanding, and thinking. Its thematic approach transports young and old to the heart of the world’s great cities, key social and cultural movements, fascinating ancient civilizations, and the Québec society that surrounds it. Among this season’s highlights are Egyptian Magic, Rebel Bodies, Horse Power: the Paul Bienvenue Carriage Collection, Frame x Frame: Animated Film at the NFB, and People of Québec…Then and Now. www.mcq.org   Musée du Fort, to re-live the Battle of the Plains of Abraham For 50 years now, Musée du Fort has thrilled audiences with highlights of the six sieges of Québec City, including the one ending in the celebrated Battle of the Plains of Abraham. Its 30-minute presentation reveals the strategic importance of the local geography and the military strategies that have made this site such a coveted prize. Its immense, 40-square metre scale model of the area circa 1750 lights up to bring Québec City’s storied past to vivid life and reveal how the city remains intimately in symbiosis with its heritage. www.museedufort.com Québec City Tourism salutes this visitor-friendly initiative Québec City Tourism, like many organizations, is concerned with the recent drop-off in attendance at local attractions. An ad hoc committee was struck in 2012 to address the issue, and has since given rise to a number of actions. The new 5/20 Tour is one such an initiative, and Québec City Tourism hails it—an enticing offer made possible through the collaboration of five major promoters. New strategies are clearly the best route to new results—let the touring begin! 

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    Five attractions team up for the new 5/20 Tour
  • 23rd Season of the Edwin-Bélanger Bandstand The National Battlefields Commission The National Battlefields Commission is proud to present its 23rd season of free summer concerts on the Plains of Abraham. Over the years, over 600,000 spectators have gathered to hear close to 3,000 artists from near and far at the Edwin-Bélanger Bandstand, the perennially popular outdoor stage that has seen over 1,000 different acts performing in exceptional surroundings. This year the Bandstand continues its summer tradition with a diverse lineup of top notch musical programming: 28 outdoor evening concerts from June 11 to July 5 and from July 23 to August 9, Thursdays through Sundays at 8 p.m. New groups and old favourites alike are on the bill. Get ready for a summer of music at the Bandstand! The summer at a glance • From jazz to blues, from oldies to country, and with world music, Quebec acts, rock, pop, folk, and traditional in between, discover passionate artists excited to share their sounds: Martine St-Clair, Frédérick de Grandpré, Wesli, Valérie Clio, Lost Fingers, Élizabeth Blouin-Brathwaite, and so many more! See our website for the full list of shows. • Singer Guy Dussault and musical director François Moison will lead two Bandstand Varieties concerts with the Abraham Band. You’ll love the first Varieties show on Sunday, June 14, which brings together several artists from the 2015 summer season: Annie Blanchard, Marie-Noëlle Claveau, Jeanick Fournier, Jean-François Lambert and Kenneth Saulnier. The second Varieties, which closes the season on August 9, will take you back and get you groovin’ to the oldies with Patrick Zabé, Guy Harvey and Pierre Perpall. • For the fourth year in a row, concertgoers will be invited to vote for their favourite artist of the season—the act that moved them and brought them to their feet! The form for voting will be available at the start of the season at www.theplainsofabraham.ca. Last year’s winner, Black Divas, will be back this season on July 5. The winner for the 2015 season will be announced August 10. • As part of its ongoing efforts to care for the environment and preserve this unique heritage for future generations, the National Battlefields Commission encourages Bandstand enthusiasts to view the program online, complete with artist photos and descriptions. The print version will still be available onsite. Concertgoers can share their comments and reviews of Bandstand concerts on our Facebook page. And a hotline will provide weekly concert listings—dial (418) 648-4050. • On show nights, all are invited to come on foot, by bus, to rideshare or, for $8, to park their car near the Bandstand. A parking attendant will be at the green tent to direct drivers starting at 5 p.m. The entrance is via Avenue Wolfe-Montcalm across from Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec heading towards the Edwin-Bélanger Bandstand. • Built between 1991 and 1992 and inaugurated in 1993, the Edwin-Bélanger Bandstand is named after a musical luminary of the Québec City region. Captain Edwin Bélanger was a violinist, violist, conductor, arranger, composer, and professor who enjoyed a varied and rewarding career. Born in Montmagny on November 18, 1910, Edwin Bélanger guided the destinies of major orchestras such as Cercle Philharmonique de Québec (which he founded in 1935 and conducted for seven years), Orchestre Symphonique de Québec, and La Musique du Royal 22e Régiment (1937-61), which acquired an enviable international reputation under his baton. He died on January 14, 2005. Stay connected Follow us on Facebook www.theplainsofabraham.ca

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    A summer of music at the Bandstand!

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