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Re: members in Quebec

Postby Denob » Tue Jul 12, 2016 1:25 pm

Hey Jakes,
always glad to see another Quebeker...and especially one from my home town!
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Re: members in Quebec

Postby Adagio » Tue Jul 12, 2016 2:16 pm

Welcome jakes67.
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Re: members in Quebec

Postby Conroy85 » Tue Aug 16, 2016 1:37 pm

New prepper right here! Having a young son makes me want to be able and ready to protect my family
From "la petite nation" not far from Gatineau
Nice to see there's already a community of people that are getting ready for when shtf
Have a great day!
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Re: members in Quebec

Postby Denob » Wed Aug 17, 2016 7:50 pm

Hey Conroy, welcome to the forum!
Always glad to see another Quebecer on the board.
I love the Petit Nation region...we just went camping in St-Andre Avelin a few weeks ago.
Too bad you just missed the Eastern Ontario meet...a lot of us Quebecers check that one out.
Hope to hear from you often.
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Re: members in Quebec

Postby angie121176 » Sat Sep 03, 2016 12:48 am

Hi peppers ,name is Angie I'm from des laurentides Québec .I have been prepping for some time now but never met anyone else doing that. Are there any meet ups? Thank you
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Re: members in Quebec

Postby Denob » Sat Sep 10, 2016 2:45 pm

Hi Angie,
I'm right next door to you in the Lanaudiere.
We usually do a spring coffee meet & greet, but I may do a fall one this year too.
We've been looking for a quiet and private place to do some real meets, but so far, the only good lead I have is near Thetford Mines...a bit far for most.
Don't worry, I'll keep everyone posted on this.
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Re: members in Quebec

Postby tharkun » Sun Oct 09, 2016 1:42 am

Hi all,

I'm from Europe but moved to Canada a while back. I kind of see myself as a Montrealer now. I used to live on the west island but moved to the off island to the west a while back now. I still work in Montreal but I was never someone that liked living in cities. I like big cities for the work opportunities and amenities they provide (like a university ;)) but you'd have to beat me to live in one (west island doesn't count as big city to me unless you live in the wrong parts).

While looking for how to grow and preserve food yourself it's almost inevitable to come across prepping. I'm not what some non preppers would call a "crazy prepper" by any standard but I'd like to be prepared to live in a less comfortable world than most of us live in today because I can see times that resemble what my great grandparents had to live through coming back to us if we're not very careful. I don't think I have to discard all the other nice things life can offer though until it actually happens, so I don't live in the middle of nowhere. So I grow food in the garden, I try to learn how to preserve it and I buy all other foodstuffs in bulk. I love cooking anyway so none of this is really about buying any 70 year shelf life overpriced prepper food but more about sustainable living under possibly less fortunate circumstances. I'm much too close to a city of millions of people to be able to survive the "zombie apocalypse" without moving away but anything short enough or not bad enough to make it that should now be OK. You know, if the power goes out in an ice storm or such things. It actually happened last year here for a bit more than 24 hours. But at least I'll have some time to leave while they blow up the bridges to the island so the zombies can't easily get to us ;)

As a European I actually like the life in Quebec compared the rest of North America minus the PQ and OQLF and anyone that complains about government and taxes and such in NA will probably enjoy a nice debate with me when we get to actually comparing taxation systems, health insurance systems and such to some European countries.

Anyone else living west of the Montreal island or close by?
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Re: members in Quebec

Postby Denob » Sun Oct 09, 2016 1:54 pm

Welcome to the forum tharkun, glad to see another member from Quebec
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Re: members in Quebec

Postby Adagio » Wed Oct 12, 2016 3:11 am

Always nice to see another member from quebec. Welcome aboard
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Re: members in Quebec

Postby mtlcruisin » Thu Nov 17, 2016 2:03 am

Tharkun,

I live in Dollard. Where off the island do you live?
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