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Festival Western de Saint-Tite

The Festival western de Saint-Tite is an annual event held in September, in Saint-Tite, Quebec. It developed from a rodeo inaugurated in 1967 to promote the leather industry. It hosts a major rodeo competition, along with other cultural events.

Voted "Best Outdoor Rodeo in North America" since 1999, St-Tite's festival, now in its 42nd edition, attracts around 450,000 visitors every year.

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