We would like to share with you some of the main tourist attractions in the area.

Festivals in Montréal

Montreal is a city of festivals, a tradition that peaks in early to mid summer but continues year-round. Some dates for 2017 events are already up, but many 2016 dates remain in the calendar as reminders. Almost everything is updated till the middle of the year, but it’s hit or miss after that for now. In 2017, Canada will be celebrating its 150th anniversary, and Montreal its 375th, so extra events and special versions of regular events may be expected. Please see our page for anniversary-specific links, events and news. Festival sites occasionally play music automatically on load. We try […]

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Ottawa – Canada’s capital

Ottawa is Canada’s capital, a dynamic showcase city of more than one million people. Located in Ontario at the Quebec border, it’s a place where you’ll hear English and French spoken in the streets; where you can discover Canada’s proud heritage at impressive national sites and famous landmarks, including the Rideau Canal (a UNESCO World Heritage Site). It’s a city steeped in culture, with world-class museums and galleries displaying stunning national collections and special exhibitions from Canada and around the world. Ottawa is a destination alive with celebration, beginning each year with February’s Winterlude, continuing through May’s Canadian Tulip Festival, […]

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Summerheights Golf · Links

Summerheights is excited to have you Discover Golf in Cornwall! Voted Cornwall and areas’ favorite Golf Course consecutively since 1997. Established in 1962, Summerheights Golf Links is family owned and operated, featuring 36 holes, leading and excelling in the ever changing golf environment, while providing the most entertaining and enjoyable golf experience. Two Courses … One Location! Summerheights offers two dynamic 18 hole golf courses for your enjoyment. Follow these links to take a look at each course, including a course map, score card and individual hole profiles. Visit the website

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St. Raphael’s Ruins

In 1970 a fire consumed the church of St. Raphael’s, one of the earliest Roman Catholic churches in English-speaking Canada. Fortunately the outer walls were spared and today its impressive scale and fine masonry work continue to attract the tourists to the site. The Ruins were declared a National Historic Site in 1999. Visitors are welcome to tour the site. Gates are open during the day in the summer months with a curator on duty in July and August.. No charge but free will donations are gratefully accepted. Visit the website

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