Mikael Kingsbury returned to the top of the podium at the Moguls World Cup after triumphing on home snow in Mont-Tremblant.
The 26-year-old Olympic champion is the dominant force in the sport, winning the overall Freestyle World Cup title for the last seven seasons in a row and boasting more than 50 victories.
A rare lapse last time out in Lake Placid saw him finish fifth, however, although normal service has now resumed.
Kingsbury scored 86.73 points to claim a fourth victory out of the five events held so far this term.
"It's a special feeling to stand on top and have all those people screaming your name," said Kingsbury.
"And to win in front of my family and friends just makes me really happy."
Ikuma Horishima of Japan scored 85.02 points for silver with Kazakhstan's Dmitriy Reikherd scoring 83.42 for bronze.
In the women's event the reigning Olympic champion also triumphed as France's Perrine Laffont scored 75.51 for victory.
Australia's Jakarta Anthony could not back up her Lake Placid win as she tallied 75.08 for silver, as Canada's Justine Dufour-Lapointe bagged home bronze on 73.67.
"It was a hard and cold day here in Quebec," said Laffont.
"The crowd was amazing though and the fans were really cheering us on so I tried to enjoy the course and do my best.
"I'm really happy with the win here."
Kingsbury now leads the men's World Cup standings with 545 points, a significant lead over France's Benjamin Cavet who has 375 and Sweden's Walter Wallberg who has 316.
Laffont has 500 points to lead the women's standings, with Anthony second on 405 and American Jaelin Kauf third on 400.
The skiers will now focus on the World Freestyle Championships, taking place in Utah from February 1.