Farms abound in pretty Sainte-Justine-de-Newton. This municipality is responsible for large-scale farming of livestock and grain, but is also home to many stables, a therapeutic riding centre, and a llama farm. Add to this an artisanal goat cheese maker and this village is a stellar representative of the region’s quality food production. Founded by Scots who were later joined by French-Canadians, Sainte-Justine-de-Newton’s architecture reflects its diverse beginnings. The town is also home to a lovely 1865 church and fine examples of rural architecture in an idyllic pastoral setting, making it a great stop for photographers looking for quintessential Québécois scenes.
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