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Christmas In Quebec City
The Quebec City area is the ideal place to spend the holidays. After all, it’s got everything: abundant snow, carolers, sleigh rides, Christmas trees, Nativity scenes, and Midnight mass. Just like in our childhood storybooks, when our parents read to us in front of a warm fire.
Throughout the city, trees, homes, storefronts, and office buildings are decorated and lit for the Christmas season. Smiles are bigger, arms open wider, and the snow gives everyone the luxury of a beautiful white carpet on Christmas Eve. But thereâ€™s more to enjoy in QuÃ©bec City at this time of the year. With its enchanting boutiques (and in particular its 1,000 boutiques in five large shopping centers), its special events, and the Christmas exhibitions set up by many museums, kids as well as adults will be delighted. Here are some ideas for holiday fun
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An Old Fashioned Christmas at Cap-Sante
Come experience a culinary, artistic, historic, and festive adventure. An Old Fashioned Christmas at Cap-SantÃ© is an outdoor and indoor market of yesteryearâ€”just like in the good old days! November 28, 29, and 30, 2008, at Place de lâ€™Ã‰glise in Cap-SantÃ©.
Christmas Sleigh Bells in Days of Yore (The Story of Christmas in Quebec City During Queen Victoria’s Reign) Relive the charm of winter in the mid-19th century. Go back in time to a Victorian Christmas with traditional gift exchanges and the first Christmas trees. Steep yourself in the stories and music that sparked the magic of the holidays. Then, listen to the romantic sleigh ride or snowshoe adventures of our ancestors. Starting December 27 and 28, 2008, at 2 p.m., by reservation only with Six-Associates Historic Guided Tours.
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Pitt Meadows Airport is centrally located in Pitt Meadows, north of the Fraser River, serving the Lower Mainland and Fraser Valley regions. It is 2.5 km east of the junction of the Pitt and Fraser Rivers, and only a 45-minute drive to downtown Vancouver, and 40 minutes to Abbotsford and the Fraser valley.
Situated at the heart of the Fraser Valley and connected to the entire Lower Mainland region of British Columbia, Abbotsford International Airport has been proudly serving the surrounding communities of the Vancouver and Lower Mainland for over 30 years.
In 2008 more than 500,000 passengers came through Abbotsford Airport. Come discover why more and more people are choosing to fly YXX.
Canada’s second busiest airport, Vancouver International Airport welcomed 16.2 million people in 2009, facilitated more than 258,000 aircraft take-offs and landings on our runways and handled 198,400 tonnes of cargo.
Since 1992, when the Airport Authority assumed responsibility for the airport, passenger traffic has increased more than 78% from 9.9 million passengers, and cargo has increased nearly 57% from 144,000 tonnes.
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