Walk the Walk & Talk the Talk

Language barrier? It’s really more of a bridge.
Oneika is on a homegrown rooftop garden with Chef Arnaud Marchand
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In Québec, the friendly locals are more than accommodating when it comes to catching tourists up to speed on the local language. The Québécois are a proud people, and they will not hesitate to share with you some of their favourite phrases and sayings. That being said, if you want to study up ahead of time, you might want to start with this helpful article. Aweille!

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