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To visit

My office is located in the Edmundston region, in the heart of the Appalachians in northwestern New Brunswick, the only officially bilingual province in Canada!


If you are traveling from abroad for your QHHT® session, this may be an opportunity to treat yourself to a little vacation.

Edmundston is a border town of 16,500 inhabitants, located 20 minutes from Dégelis in Quebec and the other side of the international bridge from the municipality of Madawaska, in the State of Maine.

What to do

There are several tourist attractions, outdoor activities, and cultural events
In the region.



theNew Brunswick Botanical Gardenwelcomes visitors from mid-May to mid-October.



There are also several biking and hiking trails.

In winter, theMont-Farlagne Outdoor Center, is a must. For hockey fans, the teamBlizzard, 2018 champions of the Maritime Junior A Hockey League (MLH), also has the crowds racing at the new Center Jean-Daigle.

Watch this video published by Tourisme Edmundston.

Here is a video featuring theMont Farlagne.

Where to stay and eat

There are several hotels, motels, as well as B&Bs, as well as restaurants for all tastes.

Visit the siteEDMUNDSTON TOURISM  for suggestions.

How to get there

Approximate distances


Caraquet, NB: 370 km

Fredericton, NB: 270 km

Moncton, NB: 440 km


Degelis, QC: 40 km

Riviere-du-Loup, QC: 115 km

Caribou, ME: 80 km

Houlton, ME: 190 km

Bangor, ME: 205 miles

Fredericton, NB : International Airport (285 km)

Quebec, QC: Jean-Lesage International Airport (320 km)

Almost Isle, ME: Almost Isle International Airport  (64 miles)

From Rivière-du-Loup, QC in Edmundston, NB:Petit-Témis Linear Park

From the Maritimes to Edmundston :NB Trail/Trans Canada Trail

(hiking or biking)

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