Chabad Finds New Home at Quebec Ski Resort

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Mont-Tremblant is known worldwide as a ski centre and après-ski hot spot, but this famous Laurentian Mountain resort is actually a popular holiday destination year-round.

The rolling mountains and picturesque lakes and rivers provide an ideal setting for summer activities such as cycling, hiking, golfing and canoeing.

About 90 minutes north of Montreal, the resort village, with its many hotels, spas, boutiques and dazzling mountain-top casino, caters to international tourists that include Jewish visitors from around the world.

It’s not uncommon to see some of them attending Shabbat services and holiday celebrations at Chabad of Mont-Tremblant, a Jewish centre, which used to be housed in a condo in the resort. The centre recently relocated to 110 Chemin Desmarais, which is a two-minute walk from a ski hill.


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