Documents for Student Groups Traveling to Canada

Canadian flag with a blue sky background

Documents for Student Groups Traveling to Canada Here is some key information on the travel documents for student groups traveling to Canada requirements. Crossing by Land Flying into Canada Keeping a Student Passenger Manifest Land Crossing/ Motorcoach U.S. and Canadian citizen children under age 19 arriving by land or sea* from contiguous territory and traveling […]

Quebec School Trip Itinerary Ideas

Old church in lower town quebec city school trip itinerary ideas

Quebec School Trip Itinerary Ideas There are many variations of possible trips you can imagine. Our Quebec School Trip Itinerary ideas will help you enrich your students understanding of Canada’s french province. It will all depend on your trip objectives, time and destinations in the province. Discovering Quebec City and Montreal on a school trip […]

Benefits of Quebec City School Trips

Porte St Louis of Quebec City

Benefits of Quebec City School trips School trips are a great way for teachers and students to connect beyond the class room. It’s a chance for educators to help students discover new places, history, cultures, languages and more. One of the best places to do this is in Quebec City in “La Belle Province”. There […]

School Trips and the Chateau Frontenac

Chateau Frontenac with blue sky in background

See the Chateau Frontenac on your School Trip Who is Frontenac? Did you ever ask yourself where the name of the famous hotel, Chateau Frontenac, comes from? Who is Frontenac? It takes its name from Louis de Buade, Comte de Frontenac. This now famous hotel sits on the site of what was once Fort St-Louis. […]

The Plains of Abraham

The “Battle of the Plains of Abraham”   Montcalm and Wolfe faced off in this pivotal battle of the French-Indian war (known as the Seven Years war if you’re from Canada)  that would shape the course of North American history and geography.   In September 1759, Wolfe’s force found a way to attack Quebec City. […]