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Bathurst Hospitality Days
Music Festival Bathurst

Annual festival taking place in the city of Bathurst. 

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ClassikFest Chaleur
Music Show Bathurst

Classic music festival in the Chaleur region.

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Blues d’la Baie 2024
Music Petit-Rocher Festival Culture

Blues d'la Baie will celebrate its 9th edition in 2024, from July 25th to July 28th.

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Belledune Days
Belledune Festival

Come celebrate Belledune Days from July 27th to August 4th, 2024!

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Latest Stories

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Where to enjoy ice cream in the Chaleur region
Experiences

Warmer weather = enjoying a refreshing ice cream, right? Treat yourself with a visit to one (or many) of our ice cream locations this summer!  

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Culture & Events: What’s Going on in 2024?
Events

From music festivals and Pow Wows to art installations, the Chaleur Region has a rich and unique culture locals are eager to share! 

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Paw-some Places: Your guide to dog-friendly places in the Chaleur Region
Experiences

With the summer fast approaching, we know you’ve likely started thinking about all of the adventures you and your pup will take on. This is why we’ve compiled a list of dog-friendly places in the Chaleur Region. Want to make sure your furry friend is never left behind? We’ve got you covered!

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