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Cabano | Quebec

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Fort Ingall

Originally built in 1839 as a safety measure during the Aroostook War between Great Britain and America, Fort Ingall is a designated historical monument. The present-day site features an authentic reconstruction of the fort that houses a museum containing various exhibits and artifacts detailing the history of the war and the fort.

Open from June to September every day; the unique monument offers guided tours that outline the lives of the soldiers that lived here during the war and visits to archeological digs on site. There is also a campground and barrack-style dormitory accommodation available for visitors to immerse themselves in the location’s history fully.

Photos: Google Maps, Alain PELLETIER; https://www.musees.qc.ca/en/museums/guide/fort-ingall

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Home Town of Paul Triquet

Brigadier-General Paul Triquet was a Canadian recipient of the Victoria Cross, the highest award for valour “in the face of the enemy.”

He was born in Cabano in 1910. He was 33 and a captain in the Royal 22e Régiment, Canadian Army, and Royal Canadian Infantry Corps during the Second World War.

On December 14, 1943, Captain Triquet’s company, augmented by an Ontario Tank Regiment squadron, fiercely assaulted the fortified Casa Berardi. Enemy resistance cut them off from the rest of the regiment.

With only fifteen men and three tanks remaining, he continued to advance. By the time the regiment finally sent reinforcements the next day, Triquet’s group had repelled numerous counter-attacks. Triquet’s sense of duty and leadership earned him the Victoria Cross.

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Musée du Témiscouata

Témiscouata Museum preserves and presents aspects of the colonial history of Témiscouata. It allows visitors to take a peek into the society of the time and its cultural heritag

The museum is home to a large exhibition hall hosting various temporary exhibitions annually.

Photos: https://www.facebook.com/museedutemiscouata

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Clair Soleil Park

Located in the downtown area, Clair Soleil Park is a mesmerizing park perfect for a day full of activities in nature. The park has activities for visitors of all ages. There is a splash pad and playground for the kids, a bike path, an in-line skating trail, a walking path, picnic areas with a breathtaking lake view, and a bird sanctuary. The park’s central location also makes it close to many restaurants and shops. Don’t forget to try the favourite local gelato from Les Folies Glacées across the street!

Photo: https://www.tourismetemiscouata.qc.ca/vacances-quebec/membres/visiter/jardins-et-parcs/parc-clair-soleil.aspx

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Lake Témiscouata

A well-developed site surrounded by breathtaking mountains and valleys, Lake Témiscouata, has been named one of the ten most beautiful lakes in Québec by L’Actualité magazine. The 45-kilometre-long lake, located against the town’s striking landscapes, is a nature lover’s delight. Activities here include biking on the Petit Témis bike path, fishing, birdwatching, hiking, and walking. Lake Témiscouata is also the perfect stop for a relaxing picnic with friends and family. This natural wonder is a must-visit on your trip to Cabano!

Photo: Amqui, CC BY-SA 4.0

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Touladi River

Running through Cabano, the beautiful Touladi River flows into the Eastern shore of Lake Temiscouata. The river itself is accessible by route 232 East and also flows through Lake-Témiscouata National Park. Surrounded by plenty of trails, the most popular activities at the Touladi River are biking and hiking. Other activities include canoeing, fishing, hiking, biking, camping and boating. A scenic river with plenty of wildlife and nature, this spot is a perfect getaway from the hustle and bustle of city life!

Photo: Fralambert, CC BY-SA 4.0

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Temiscouata Celestial Gardens

The Temiscouata Celestial Gardens are part of a series of gardens scattered throughout the region with the solar system as its core theme. The well-maintained, unique gardens have various information panels about Earth.

This unique horticultural project maintained by talented local gardeners and set against the magnificent landscapes of this town is a must-visit.

Photos: https://www.tourismetemiscouata.qc.ca/quebec-vacations/members/visit/parks-and-gardens/jardins-celestes-du-temiscouata.aspx#pid=4

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