L’ile D’orleans in Quebec

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Uploaded on January 23, 2009 by marshallbenwhit

If you go to Canada, you must go to Quebec. If you go to Quebec, you must go to Quebec City. And if you go to Quebec City you must go to L'ile d'Orleans.
L’ile d’orleans is an island in the St. Lawrence River just outside Quebec City. The Native Indians were the first people to be drawn to the island due to the abundance of fish and game, and were undoubtedly attracted to "Minigo", "the Enchantress", as they called it, because of its mysterious charm. The fertile soil then attracted the first settlers who established one of the first colonies of New France
All this has led to L’ile d’orleans being known for it’s excellent regional cuisine and local produce, and a perfect example of this is Cassis Monna a Fis.

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