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Canada’s Charlevoix Region

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DEEP BLUE SCENE: Canada’s St. Lawrence River, seen from Pointe-Noire in Baie-Ste.-Catherine, attracts eight species of whales. (Michael S. Lewis/Corbis)
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CLIQUE, CLOP: Horses, pastures and wooded hills line the country roads near Canada’s Laurentian Mountains, where cattle and emus are also raised. (Margo Pfeiff)
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THE PLACE TO PADDLE: The waters off the small Canadian community of Tadoussac, site of the distinctive Hôtel Tadoussac, are a destination for kayakers. (Margo Pfeiff)
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IN STUDIO: The rolling pastoral landscape of the Charlevoix region in Canada’s Québec Province has attracted many artists, including painter Claude Rollin. Visitors can scout out galleries and studios on the self-guided artists-trail tour. (Margo Pfeiff)
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BY THE BUSHEL: A cider maker offers samples on Isle-aux-Coudres. (Margo Pfeiff)
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IN COLOR: Baie-St.-Paul, Charlevoix’s main town, has artists’ studios as well as restaurants and country inns that specialize in Québecois fare. (Margo Pfeiff)
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