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Alcove, Quebec

Alcove is a small community in Quebec, Canada, part of the Municipality of La Pêche. It is located along Highway 105 and the Gatineau River approximately 35 minutes north of Ottawa, immediately north of Wakefield and south of Farrellton. The main ...

Amherst, Quebec

Amherst is a township municipality in the Canadian province of Quebec, located within Les Laurentides Regional County Municipality. The village of Vendee is also located within the municipality.

Anse-au-Foulon

Anse au Foulon is a small cove in Quebec, Canada. It was located about one and one-half miles above Quebec City, in the formerly independent town of Sillery, until the 1st of January 2002, as part of the 2000–06 municipal reorganization in Quebec ...

Argenteuil County, Quebec

Argenteuil County is an historic county in southwestern Quebec, Canada. It was located on the Ottawa River between Gatineau and Montreal. The county seat was Lachute. Argenteuil was bounded on the north by Terrebonne County, on the east by Deux-M ...

Armstrong–Jackman Border Crossing

The Armstrong–Jackman Border Crossing is a border crossing on the Canada–United States border, located southeast of Saint-Theophile, Quebec and northwest of Jackman, Maine. The border crossing is the northern terminus of U.S. Route 201, which als ...

LAscension, Quebec

LAscension is a municipality in the Laurentides region of Quebec, Canada, part of the Antoine-Labelle Regional County Municipality. The area is known as La Vallee de la Rouge).

Aupaluk

Aupaluk is a northern village in Nunavik, in the Nord-du-Quebec region of Quebec. It is the least-populous Inuit community in Nunavik. The name means "where the earth is red", referring to its iron-bearing ferruginous soil. Its population has bee ...

Baie-Obaoca, Quebec

Bay Obaoca is an unorganized territory forming part of the Matawinie Regional County Municipality which is part of the administrative region of Lanaudiere, in Quebec, in Canada.

Barkmere, Quebec

Barkmere is a ville in the Canadian province of Quebec, located in Les Laurentides Regional County Municipality. It is one of the smallest incorporated municipalities in Quebec, with a population of just 58 in the Canada 2011 Census.

Barrington, Quebec

Barrington is a hamlet in the Township of Hemmingford, located at the junction of Rte 219 and Fisher Road. It was previously called Johnsons Corners. Barrington was Mr. Johnsons middle name. The Barrington Post Office operated from a store at Bar ...

Mount Belair

Mount Belair is a peak in the Laurentian Mountains, Quebec, Canada, with an altitude of 485 m. It is located in the Val-Belair section of Quebec City, approximately 24 km west of downtown.

Belcher Mountains

The Belcher Mountains are a former mountain range that stood in the Hudson Bay region of Canada in the late Precambrian. The mountains have since been uplifted and folded erosion has beveled them into a nearly flat plain.

Blanc-Sablon Bay

Blanc-Sablon Bay is a natural bay in municipality of Blanc-Sablon, in Le Golfe-du-Saint-Laurent Regional County Municipality, on the Cote-Nord coast of Gulf of Saint Lawrence, in the province of Quebec, Canada.

Brebeuf, Quebec

Brebeuf is a parish municipality in the Laurentides region of Quebec, Canada, part of Les Laurentides Regional County Municipality. It is located along the Rouge River, near Mont-Tremblant.

Brion Island

Brion Island is a currently uninhabited island in the Magdalen Islands archipelago in the middle of the Gulf of Saint Lawrence and part of the municipality of Grosse-Ile, Gaspesie–Iles-de-la-Madeleine, Quebec, Canada. It is the most northeast of ...

Brome Lake

Brome Lake is a freshwater lake in the town of Brome Lake, in the Brome-Missisquoi regional county municipality of the Monteregie region of Quebec, Canada. It is the source of the Yamaska River. The name Brome Lake comes from Brome Township which ...

Brûle Lake (Romaine)

Brûle Lake is in the unorganized territory of Lac-Jerome in the Minganie Regional County Municipality. The lake lies at an elevation of 485 meters 1.591 ft. Brûle Lake is a widening of the Romaine River, which flows south into the Jacques-Cartier ...

Bryson, Quebec

Bryson is a village and municipality in the Pontiac Regional County Municipality in the Outaouais region of Quebec, Canada. It is located on the northern bank of the Ottawa River.

Camp Fortune

Camp Fortune is a commercial alpine ski centre located in the municipality of Chelsea in the Gatineau Hills north of Gatineau, Quebec, approximately fifteen minutes from Downtown Ottawa, Ontario. Camp Fortune is composed of three mountainsides, i ...

Canaan–Hereford Road Border Crossing

The Canaan–Hereford Road Border Crossing connects the towns of Saint-Hermenegilde, Quebec and Canaan, Vermont on the Canada–US border. The crossing is at the junction of Quebec Route 141 and Vermont Route 141, and is open 24 hours for non-commerc ...

Cannon Corners-Covey Hill Border Crossing

The Cannon Corners-Covey Hill Border Crossing connects the towns of Havelock, Quebec to Mooers Forks, New York on the Canada–US border. It can be reached by Quebec Route 203 on the Canadian side and by Cannon Corners Road on the American side. Th ...

Cap-aux-Meules, Quebec

Grindstone is a former village municipality located on Grindstone Island in Quebecs Magdalen Islands. The previous municipal government was, on 1 January 2002, incorporated into the urban agglomeration of the Les Iles-de-la-Madeleine municipality ...

Cascades-Malignes, Quebec

Cascades-Malignes is an unorganized territory in the Outaouais region of Quebec, Canada, one of five unorganized territories in the La Vallee-de-la-Gatineau Regional County Municipality. The territory is named after the Cascades Malignes French f ...

Champlain Regional County Municipality

Champlain was a former regional county municipality and census division in the Canadian province of Quebec. It ceased to exist when it amalgamated into the expanded city of Longueuil on January 1, 2002. It was the smallest in area and most populo ...

Champlain–St. Bernard de Lacolle Border Crossing

The Champlain–St. Bernard de Lacolle Border Crossing connects Champlain, New York and St-Bernard-de-Lacolle, Quebec on the United States–Canada border. It is the terminus of Interstate 87 in the US and Quebec Autoroute 15 in Canada. The route is ...

Churubusco–Franklin Centre Border Crossing

Churubusco-Franklin Centre is a border crossing connecting Franklin Centre, Quebec to Churubusco, New York on the Canada–US border. In an unusual lack of coordination between the two countries, the United States committed to building a new.8 Mill ...

Compton County, Quebec

Compton County is an historical county in southeastern Quebec, Canada on the western flanks of the Appalachian Mountains on the Canada–United States border. It is in the Estrie region of the province and was named in 1793 after a town in Surrey, ...

La Conception, Quebec

Population trend: Population in 2011: 1287 2006 to 2011 population change: 0.3% Population in 1996: 917 Population in 2006: 1283 Population in 2001: 1050 Population in 1991: 695 Private dwellings occupied by usual residents: 593 total dwellings: ...

Coulee-des-Adolphe

Coulee-des-Adolphe is an unorganized territory in the Gaspesie–Iles-de-la-Madeleine region of Quebec, Canada. It is named after a small ravine found in the centre of the territory coulee is an archaic French word meaning "small canal" or "channel ...

Derby Line–Rock Island Border Crossing

The Derby Line–Rock Island Border Crossing connects the town of Stanstead, Quebec with Derby Line, Vermont on the Canada–United States border. It is where Interstate 91 intersects with Quebec Autoroute 55. While there historically have been many ...

East Aldfield

East Aldfield is a small hamlet in the Outaouais region of Quebec, Canada, part of the Municipality of La Pêche. It is located approximately 80 kilometres northwest of Ottawa, on the Cleo Fournier Road, north of the intersection with Quebec Route ...

Eastmain Reservoir

The Eastmain Reservoir is a reservoir which lies about 800 kilometres north of Montreal. The reservoir is part of a project known as the Eastmain-1-A/Sarcelle/Rupert Project which is designed to increase hydroelectric power for the Canadian provi ...

Estcourt Station - Pohenegamook Border Crossing

Estcourt Station - Pohenegamook Border Crossing connects the villages of Estcourt Station, Maine and Pohenegamook, Quebec on the Canada–US border. The crossing is essentially a single small town divided by an international boundary. Several of th ...

Lac Grand (Quebec)

Lac Grand is a lake in the Outaouais region of Quebec, Canada. It covers an area of about 377 hectares and lies at an elevation of 160 m above sea level. There are no settlements on the lake, although it has many cottages on its shore. Despite ha ...

Greenly Island, Canada

Greenly Island is an island in Blanc-Sablon, Quebec, Canada, near the border of Newfoundland and Labrador, in the Gulf of Saint Lawrence at the southwestern end of Strait of Belle Isle. The rocky surface of Greenly Island has a thin cover of herb ...

Grenville, Grenville-sur-la-Rouge

Prior to April 24, 2002 it was an independent township municipality. On that date it merged with the village municipality of Calumet to form a new municipality which took the name Grenville-sur-la-Rouge, and each of the two components became boro ...

Grindstone Island (Magdalen Islands)

Grindstone Island is an island in the Gulf of St. Lawrence. The island is one of the Magdalen Islands of Quebec, Canada. The island is the second-largest island by area of the Magdalen Islands. The French name is official but rarely used in Engli ...

Hatley, Quebec (historic township)

Hatley was a Canadian township in the Estrie region of Quebec. It was created on 25 March 1803 by publication in the Gazette du Quebec, an un official publication of the Government of Lower Canada. The territory of the township was later divided, ...

Highgate Springs–St. Armand/Philipsburg Border Crossing

The Highgate Springs–St. Armand/Philipsburg Border Crossing connects the towns of Philipsburg, Quebec with Highgate Springs, Vermont on the Canada–US border. It is also the terminus of Interstate 89 and Quebec Route 133. The crossing is the busie ...

Highwater, Quebec

Highwater is a village in the Potton township of the Eastern Townships of Quebec, Canada, in Memphremagog Regional County Municipality of the Estrie region, north of the Canada–United States border from North Troy, Vermont. The Portland-Montreal ...

Honguedo Strait

The Honguedo Strait is a strait in eastern Quebec, Canada, flowing between Anticosti Island and the Gaspe Peninsula. It is one of the two outlets of the Saint Lawrence River into its estuary, the Gulf of Saint Lawrence. The other is the Jacques C ...

Huberdeau, Quebec

Huberdeau is a village and municipality in the Laurentides region of Quebec, Canada, part of the Les Laurentides Regional County Municipality. It is located along the western banks of the Rouge River.

Ile Bigras

Ile Bigras is the largest of the four islands that make up the Iles-Laval archipelago in the Riviere des Prairies in Quebec. They all are part of the city of Laval since 1965. The 1 km 0.62 mi Ile Bigras was named in 1817 as Ile Amesse, after the ...

Ile Jesus

Ile Jesus is a river island in southwestern Quebec, separated from the mainland to the north by the Riviere des Mille Iles, and from the Island of Montreal to the south by the Riviere des Prairies. The second-largest 242 km 2 93 sq mi) island in ...

Inverness, Quebec

Inverness is a municipality in the Centre-du-Quebec region of the province of Quebec in Canada. Irishman William Bennet came to Inverness Township in 1819, but the first colony dates to 1829 with the arrival of 12 families from the Isle of Arran, ...

Jacques Cartier Strait

The Jacques Cartier Strait is a strait in eastern Quebec, Canada, flowing between Anticosti Island and the Labrador Peninsula. It is one of the two outlets of the Saint Lawrence River into its estuary, the Gulf of Saint Lawrence. The other is the ...

Jacques-Cartier Park

Jacques-Cartier Park is a park in Gatineau, Quebec, Canada, along the Ottawa River. It is at the base of the Alexandra Bridge, facing the National Gallery of Canada in Ottawa. It is named for French explorer Jacques Cartier, who arrived at the mo ...

Jamesie

Jamesie is a territory equivalent to a regional county municipality of Nord-du-Quebec, Canada. Its geographical code is 991 and together with Kativik TE and Eeyou Istchee TE it forms the administrative region and census division CD of Nord-du-Que ...

Kangiqsujuaq

Kangiqsujuaq is a northern village in Nunavik, Nord-du-Quebec, Quebec, Canada. It had a population of 750 in the Canada 2016 Census. The community has also been known as Wakeham Bay. The name "Kangiqsujuaq" means "the large bay" in Inuktitut. It ...

LEpiphanie, Quebec (parish)

LEpiphanie was a parish municipality in the Lanaudiere region of Quebec, Canada, part of the LAssomption Regional County Municipality. On May 23, 2018, the parish ceased to exist when it was merged into the Town of LEpiphanie.