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Old 04-12-2016, 07:30 PM   #1
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Montreal, Quebec and PEI in the Fall

Thinking about traveling up into Canada this fall (right after Labor Day) and going to Montreal, Quebec and then on to PEI for a week or so. Not sure of the typical weather this time of year. Last fall in New England it was unseasonably warm so trying to sort out what to expect if things are "normal".

Also, I don't speak any French. Is that a major hurdle?
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You won't need French in PEI. We used Harvest Host for camping there.
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You won't need French in PEI. We used Harvest Host for camping there.

You won't need it in Quebec either, LOL.

In any of the larger cities you'd be challenged to find someone who spoke no English, especially anywhere they deal with tourists.

In the more rural areas you may still encounter some, but not very many, and again, not in a store, restaurant, gas station or campground.
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You didn't mention your route to P.E.I. from Quebec. We went up the western side of the St. Lawrence to Rivere de loup(spelling) and took a ferry across to New Brunswick then around the Gaspe' Peninsula to P.E.I. It was a nice scenic trip.
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That sounds great. What time of year? Wondering if it will cool down too much in the fall.,
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That sounds great. What time of year? Wondering if it will cool down too much in the fall.,
It was 1st two weeks of Sept., and the weather was fine. Warm days & cool nights......AND cheap lobster.
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Simply Google "Average temperature by month for X", replacing the X with your desired city or province destination. Doing this will get you the actual numbers rather than personal impressions.
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You might want to check with some campgrounds and see when they start closing down.
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