Celebrating Winter

January 2008
Weekly Reader - Edition 2;Jan2008, Vol. 77 Issue 4, Special section p2
This article offers facts about the Quebec Carnival that will begin on February 1, 2008 in Quebec. The event, which lasts for 17 days, will feature activities like skiing, ice-skating and sledding and special events like sled dog race and canoe race. Another highlight of the carnival is the ice palace, which is made from about 9,000 tons of ice.


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