Take your pick: adrenaline packed or slow and contemplative?
Sainte-Edwidge's coat of arms symbolizes local community values and the central place of the church (1865) in everyday life. Loyalists cleared the township, and French Canadians had it sanctioned as a parish in 1865, and in 1895 as Sainte-Edwidge-de-Clifton, protected by the pious Duchess Hedwidge of Silesia who lived from 1174 to 1243. Tucked between the Moe and Ascot rivers, the community profits from its dairy- and pork-based economy. The municipality includes a fish farm, Les Arpents Verts, and a bio-fermentation plant, Bio Lacto.