Exploring French-Canadian Culture

During the winter break, students from the French class/club embarked on a four-day trip to Quebec City in Canada. Throughout their stay, they engaged in various winter activities, including tubing, dog sledding, and exploring an ice castle. They also had the opportunity to immerse themselves in French-Canadian culture by making maple butter at an authentic cabane à sucre. Additionally, they visited Village Huron, gaining insights into the past life of First Nations communities. The students walked across the suspended bridge at Montmorency Falls, the tallest waterfall in the Province, which holds significance in historic battles and legends. Furthermore, they sharpened their French language skills while exploring Old Quebec.

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