Place du Centre is located in downtown Gatineau known as Hull. Through Place du Centre`s many corridors and access bridges; is a place where you can connect to different buildings, amenities, shopping and services.
Place du Centre has a variety of services, such as 16 eateries, boutiques and much more such as a bright and spacious food court, an official Passport Canada office, access to the Palais des Congrès and also to the Provincial Justice Building Jos-Montferrand and Portage I, II, III and IV Buildings.
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The Outaouais region is a top destination for visitors from far and wide, thanks to its diverse year-round events and attractions. Discover the region’s five RCMs (Regional County Municipalities): Pontiac, Vallée-de-la-Gatineau, Collines-de-l’Outaouais, Petite-Nation La Lièvre, and Gatineau, the regional centre. With its bustling city centre, peaceful countryside, world-class cultural attractions, and loads of family activities, this vast territory (33,000 square kilometres) offers something for everyone!
Jacques-Cartier Park in Gatineau is one of the Capital’s main event parks. It is used for national events and festivities such as Canada Day and Winterlude, when it becomes one of North America’s largest snow playgrounds. Jacques-Cartier Park offers excellent views of the Ottawa River and Rideau Falls.
Gainsbourg rhymes with the word love. An unconditional love for the products of the terroir, a effervescent passion for new beers, and especially, a thirst-friendly sharing. The Quebec has experienced the most tasty of revolutions: that of beers that taste something. Honor to our motto: “I remember”. We remember the claimed the years 1970-80 who claimed that the best beers were those that do anything endeared ¦ nothing! Things have changed. Gainsbourg pays tribute to the pioneers of the revolution microbrassicole who have offered us beers that taste. Of cervoises inspired of Belgium, Germany, England: beers which have decapsulates our curiosity and our openness to the world. These pioneers of the transformation of the water have made Quebec a veritable paradise of the beer. We drink Belgian in Belgium, but do not try to drink english! We drink German in Germany but do not try to drink Belgian or english. The opening of spirit of Quebecers has allowed us to develop all the major international styles. Better yet. Much better. We mastered now all conventional methods of agitation, which allows us to innovate and develop new styles. Here’s Gainsbourg. A tribute to Quebec paradise-of-the-beer, a tribute to the agreements beers-mets, an experience “orgasmoleptique”, an appointment epicurean.