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Our team

Do not hesitate to contact us. We are happy to facilitate the organization of your trips and your stay, and to welcome you to our island!

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Contact details

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7 chemin des Forestiers

CP 160, Port-Menier

Anticosti Island (Quebec) G0G 2Y0

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Tourist reception office's season schedule:

Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Closed Saturday

Sunday 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

From Sunday June 18 to Sunday Sep. 10, 2023

Museum:

Sunday to Friday kindly refer to the tourist office for opening hours.

Closed Saturday

From Sunday June 18 to Sunday Sep. 10, 2023


Off-season period: voice messages and e-mails for reservations and information requests are checked weekly. For any other request, contact the tourism manager below.

Media and shootings, groups, special requests:

Genevieve Fournaise
Head of Tourism & Project Manager
418 535-0311
gfournaise@ile-anticosti.org

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Genevieve Fournaise

Tourism & project manager
With experience in international tourism management thanks to the creation of her own agency specializing in ecotourism and adventure tourism in Belize, Geneviève chose to settle on the island.  Having worked in teaching and translation, as well as for airlines, seaside resorts in the Caribbean and in travel agencies, Geneviève is a lover of remote areas. Her passion for cultures leads her to work in an environment where it is possible for her to maintain a balanced lifestyle, in a timeless environment like the one provided by Anticosti.
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Sonia Michaud

Expert guide & interpreter
A native of Gaspésie, Sonia has been an Anticostian at heart for more than half a century. A great lover of natural and human history, especially that affecting Anticosti, Sonia enthusiastically shares her passion with visitors who wish to discover the many treasures of the island. She loves hunting, fishing, wide open spaces and improvised hikes. Not only is she overflowing with knowledge, but she is also funny and endearing. Among her colleagues and visitors alike, she is known for her resourcefulness and empathy.
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Amandine Triguel

Travel advisor
Originally from Brittany, Amandine arrived for a year in Quebec as a nurse, and finally decided to stay, charmed by the province, its space and the welcome she received. Passionate about biodiversity, the outdoors and curious about nature, she recently turned to sustainable tourism. Sailing from island to island in her travels, it was only natural that she felt called by Anticosti after several months spent on the North Shore. Amandine loves theatre, dance and gastronomy; she knows how to meet others and thus promote a warm exchange. Cheerful and positive of nature, she will be able to give you personalized advice for your visitit, always with a touch of humor and a smile.
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Evangeline Viau-Dube

Travel advisor

Evangeline fell in love with Anticosti Island on her first visit in 2017. She is fascinated by the calm of Port-Menier and is always saddened when she has to leave. Smiling and playful, Evangeline is a young girl who takes every opportunity to learn. She has a great thirst for learning and likes to pass on her knowledge. She is also a history buff and loves listening to stories about Anticosti Island. Finally, she is a talented musician who constantly seeks to improve. Evangeline is always happy to help the people around her!

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Joelle Dufour

Scientific guide-interpreter

After obtaining a bachelor's degree in geology at the University of Ottawa, Joëlle took on several contracts and gained experience both in the laboratory and in mining exploration. She then worked in tourism in Gaspésie and on the North Shore, which allowed her to develop a passion for sharing scientific knowledge and vulgarization and to strengthen her love for the natural sciences. Despite her time spent in big cities, her footsteps have constantly brought her back to the river, with a growing fascination for the aquatic environment, from more than 400 million years ago to today. Joëlle will welcome you with dynamism and a smile! Answering your questions, she hopes to pass on some of her curiosity and joie de vivre to you. Hope to see you very soon.

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