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At the shore of the Saint Lawrence River in Nicolet, Quebec, is a boardwalk trail that offers spectacular views through the forest and across the marsh of the local Parc écomaritime de l'Anse-du-Port.

The 710-metre trail leads to a 12.3-metre lookout tower, where, from the top, it looks like the boardwalk stretches endlessly through nature.

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Attention comic and graphic novel fans. Montreal's Festival BD (FBDM) is coming back on May 27, 28, and 29 — this time, on rue Saint-Denis. This bilingual, free event is made possible through a collaboration with the Société de développement commercial (SDC) Rue Saint-Denis.

The FBDM is an annual festival where fans of graphic novels can buy comics and meet their favourite creators, as well as participate in comics-themed events. "Since 2011, the Montreal Comics Festival has welcomed an ever-growing number of cartoonists under its tents," the FBDM said in their February 16 post announcing the event.

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Montrealers, street festivals are finally back! This weekend, avenue du Mont-Royal will transform into a giant street sale fair for the first time since the start of the pandemic.

All kinds of merchants will come out from their stores and set up for the city's longest open-air street sale.

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All aboard! From August 26 to 29, you can climb aboard the much-anticipated Réseau express métropolitain (REM) before anyone else at Quartier DIX30.

It will be a party atmosphere, with live music, food, drinks, and even a contest.

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