As I posted when someone earlier, perhaps you, mentioned a possible ski trip to Quebec City, GO.
I have been twice in the winter, the first a trip with my son to ski Mount Saint Anne and Stoneham. staying at the Victoria Hotel in the walled city. The second time a few years ago to attend Winter Carnival (Quebec City's version of Mardi Gras) where I skied and she and I enjoyed the sights, food and atmosphere of Old Quebec and the carnival. What fun, what a different experience from any other ski slopes in North America, so European, so friendly, so exciting. I recommend that anybody thinking of this adventure, take it. Especially great for those with non-skiing family members. Winter Carnival is unique, with an Ice Palace, dog sled races, large canoe races in the St. Lawrence dodging and carrying the canoes over ice burgs, a park turned into a winter playground, toboggan runs on the promenade overlooking the St. Lawrence, etc. For the Winter Carnival we used Hilton points and stayed at their hotel overlooking the old city, across the street from the old walls.
I wanted to get to Le Massif but it is a bit more of a drive from downtown Quebec City. It was expanded a few years ago to create a ski area with sufficient vertical to allow a failed bid to host the Winter Olympic Games. You can get a multi-day, multi-area pass to all three of these ski areas plus one more close to Quebec City.
I am glad you enjoyed yourself. I remember my experiences fondly.