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  • Chutes Montmorency

  • Dear Global Education Office,

    Here you can behold the beauty of Montmorency Falls – a natural wonder located just outside Quebec City, the provincial capital. Montmorency and St. Lawrence rivers shaped Quebec’s trade and economy, serving as waterway transport for wood, one of Canada’s natural resources. Through Duke in Montreal, I…

  • Credit: Alina Pak
  • Major: Public Policy
  • Tags: Canada, Duke in Montreal
  • Home

  • It took less than a week for me to fall in love with Montréal. From its cozy coffee shops to its vibrant street art, the city named for its gorgeous Mount Royal captivated me. Over the course of the five-week program, my peers and I explored many corners of the city,…

  • Credit: Marissa Michaels
  • Tags: Canada, Duke in Montreal
  • Blues

  • The Saint Lawrence River, just outside of Québec City, is home to many species of whales, including the blue whale, which is the largest animal on the planet. On a full-day whale watching journey, I was able to come face-to-face with these incredible creatures. In a Zodiac boat, miles from shore,…

  • Credit: Marissa Michaels
  • Tags: Canada, Duke in Montreal
  • Blue

  • The Saint Lawrence River, just outside of Québec City, is home to many species of whales, including the blue whale, which is the largest animal on the planet. On a full-day whale watching journey, I was able to come face-to-face with these incredible creatures. In a Zodiac boat, miles from shore,…

  • Credit: Marissa Michaels
  • Tags: Canada, Duke in Montreal
  • Les Tam-Tams Deux

  • The tam-tams, a weekly gathering of musical amateurs at the Parc du Montréal, is something you have to experience firsthand to understand. I fell in love with Montréal for its uniqueness and its duality; for the tam-tam musicians who beat on soil-stained drums facing the shiny skeletons of downtown skyscrapers; for…

  • Credit: Marissa Michaels
  • Tags: Canada, Duke in Montreal
  • Les Tam-Tams

  • The tam-tams, a weekly gathering of musical amateurs at the Parc du Montréal, is something you have to experience firsthand to understand. I fell in love with Montréal for its uniqueness and its duality; for the tam-tam musicians who beat on soil-stained drums facing the shiny skeletons of downtown skyscrapers; for…

  • Credit: Marissa Michaels
  • Tags: Canada, Duke in Montreal
  • Principe Pio - Madrid, Spain