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  • In 1967, which she called "my good year," Ruby first went to the Sivananda Vedanta yoga camp at Val Morin in the Laurentian Mountains in Canada where she met Swami Visnudevananda who would become her guru.

    We Remember - Ruby Blue, 1918 - 2008

  • Raised in the same neighborhood near St. Urbain Street, my father also worked at sweater factories and spent his summer waiting tables in the hotels of the Laurentian Mountains.

    An 'Apprenticeship' In First-Generation Chutzpah

  • We lived in the Laurentian Mountains north of Montreal, so no fossils are known in this part of the Canadian Shield.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • As for the location; the Red River Resort - as it is known by the locals - is an awe inspiring place; 100 miles of trout filled river making a unique sound that can be heard throughout the site, and is drowned out only by bird calls and other sounds of the fantastic nature that the Laurentian Mountains, Quebec and Canada as a whole are world renowned for.

    Archive 2008-01-01

  • But when you see the nature that the Laurentian Mountains and surrounding area has to offer you may just emigrate.

    Archive 2008-01-01

  • Paula Fox On winter weekends, we went to a ski cabin in the Laurentian Mountains.

    Borrowed Finery, A Memoir

  • Laurentian Mountains, the Jacques Cartier river makes its troubled way to the broad St. Lawrence.

    "The Red Watch" With the First Canadian Division in Flanders

  • Warner, a splendid individual, could not be called entertaining; he was totally absorbed in his business, often away at the wood-pulp mill, in the Laurentian Mountains, in which he had a large interest.


  • Several years later, when I was spending the summer at Shahwandahgooze, in the Laurentian Mountains, I again met Billy Le Heup, the hunter, and one night when we were listening to a wolf concert I mentioned the foregoing newspaper thriller.

    The Drama of the Forests Romance and Adventure

  • The lake itself is the cradle of the mighty Saguenay: an inland sea, thirty miles across and nearly round, lying in the broad limestone basin north of the Laurentian Mountains.

    Little Rivers; a book of essays in profitable idleness


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