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Saint Just de Bretenieres - St. Juste Maine Border Crossing

The Saint Just de Bretenieres - St. Juste Maine Border Crossing is primarily used by Canadian logging trucks to access the privately owned land in Maine. This crossing was opened in 2003 when it was determined that access was for logging operatio ...

Saint Pamphile Border Crossing

The Saint Pamphile Border Crossing, connecting Saint-Pamphile, Quebec to the US state of Maine across the Canada–United States border, is primarily used by Canadian logging trucks to access the privately owned North Maine Woods in Maine. Near the ...

Saint-Augustin, Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean, Quebec

Saint-Augustin is a parish municipality in the Maria-Chapdelaine Regional County Municipality in the Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean region of Quebec, Canada. The municipality had a population of 400 as of the Canada 2011 Census.

Saint-Barthelemy, Quebec

Private dwellings occupied by usual residents: 870 total dwellings: 1044 Mother tongue: English and French as first language: 0% Other as first language: 2.2% English as first language: 0.5% French as first language: 97.3%

Saint-Colomban, Quebec

Saint-Colomban is a city in the regional county municipality of La Riviere-du-Nord in Quebec, Canada. It is situated in the Laurentides region of Quebec and was named in honour of Saint Columbanus. The pioneer responsible for developing the villa ...

Saint-Faustin–Lac-Carre, Quebec

Saint-Faustin–Lac-Carre is a municipality in the Laurentides region of Quebec, Canada, part of the Les Laurentides Regional County Municipality.

Mont Saint-Gregoire

Mont Saint-Gregoire) is a mountain in the Monteregie region of southern Quebec, Canada. It is composed of essexite and syenite, strongly contrasting with the surrounding sedimentary rocks. The area around Mont Saint-Gregoire is known for its mapl ...

Saint-Norbert, Quebec

Population trend: Population in 2001: 1046 Population in 2011: 1059 2006 to 2011 population change: -0.7% Population in 1996: 1070 Population in 1991: 971 Population in 2006: 1067 Private dwellings occupied by usual residents: 450 total dwellings ...

Saint-Paul, Quebec

Population trend: Population in 2006: 3987 Population in 1991: 3648 Population in 1996: 3644 Population in 2011: 5122 2006 to 2011 population change: 28.0% Population in 2001: 3616 or 3606 with 2006 boundaries Private dwellings occupied by usual ...

Saint-Pierre, Quebec

For other places in Quebec called Saint-Pierre, see: Saint-Pierre, Canada. Saint-Pierre is a village municipality in Joliette Regional County Municipality in the Lanaudiere region of Quebec, Canada.

Saint-Stanislas, Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean, Quebec

Saint-Stanislas is a municipality in Maria-Chapdelaine Regional County Municipality in the Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean region of Quebec, Canada. Its population was 353 in the Canada 2011 Census.

Saint-Thomas-Didyme, Quebec

Saint-Thomas-Didyme is a municipality in Maria-Chapdelaine Regional County Municipality in the Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean region of Quebec, Canada. It had a population of 677 in the Canada 2011 Census.

Saint-Wenceslas, Quebec

Saint-Wenceslas, Quebec is a municipality in Nicolet-Yamaska Regional County Municipality, Quebec, Canada. The town is situated at a bend in the Becancour River. The northern branch of Autoroute 55 terminated at the 9e rang of Saint-Wenceslas unt ...

Sainte-Genevieve-de-Berthier, Quebec

Population trend: Population in 2011: 2365 2006 to 2011 population change: 2.5% Population in 2006: 2307 Population in 1996: 2402 Population in 1991: 2263 Population in 2001: 2387 Private dwellings occupied by usual residents: 949 total dwellings ...

Sainte-Jeanne-dArc, Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean, Quebec

Sainte-Jeanne-dArc is a village in the Canadian province of Quebec, located within the regional county municipality of Maria-Chapdelaine. The village had a population of 1.089 in the Canada 2011 Census.

Sainte-Julienne, Quebec

Sainte-Julienne is a community and municipality in Lanaudiere, Quebec, Canada. According to the 2001 Canadian census, the community has a population of 7.182 The Sainte-Julienne Aerodrome is located in Sainte-Julienne.

Sainte-Lucie-des-Laurentides, Quebec

Population trend: Population in 2001: 923 Population in 2006: 1138 Population in 1991: 891 Population in 1996: 999 Population in 2011: 1269 2006 to 2011 population change: 11.5% Private dwellings occupied by usual residents: 597 total dwellings: ...

Sainte-Sophie, Quebec

The new Municipality of Sainte-Sophie was created on May 2, 2000, when the old Municipality of Sainte-Sophie was merged with the Village Municipality of New Glasgow.

Sanmaur, Quebec

Sanmaur is a village in the Haute-Mauricie, in La Tuque, in Quebec, Canada. Sanmaur was incorporated into the city of La Tuque in 2003.

Shawinigan-Sud, Quebec

Shawinigan-Sud is a predominantly French-speaking settlement in the Mauricie area in Quebec, Canada on the Saint-Maurice River. In 1996, its population was 11.804.

Shelter Bay, Quebec

Shelter Bay was named by Col. Robert R. McCormick in 1919 as the name of the Quebec North Shore Paper Companys port, since the name previously used for that location was Riviere-aux-Rochers, and vessels would be reluctant to call. It is located o ...

Stadacona

French explorer and navigator Jacques Cartier, while travelling and charting the Saint Lawrence River, reached the village of Stadacona in July 1534. At the time, the village chief was Donnacona, who showed Cartier five scalps taken in their war ...

Stoke, Quebec

Stoke was first known in 1792 as Cowans Clearance in memory of Moses Cowan, who surveyed the land for the British Crown. The Township was abandoned until 1837 due to a lack of interest, and passed into the hands of the British American Land Compa ...

Stoneham Mountain Resort

Stoneham Mountain Resort is a ski resort, located north of Quebec City, Quebec, Canada, in the municipality of Stoneham-et-Tewkesbury. It has a peak elevation of 593 metres above sea level and a vertical drop of 345 metres. There are 41 trails co ...

Taqpangajuk

Taqpangajuk was an attempted Inuit resettlement located at Singer Inlet, 40 km southwest of Killinq in Quebec, northeastern Canada. The settlement was created in the 1980s as part of a relocation programme from Killiniq. Its forecast population i ...

Therese-De Blainville Regional County Municipality

Therese-De Blainville is a regional county municipality in the Laurentides region of Quebec, Canada. It is located immediately north of Laval on the north shore of the Riviere des Mille-Iles. The population according to the 2016 Canadian Census w ...

Three Rivers and St. Maurice

Three Rivers and St. Maurice was a federal electoral district in Quebec, Canada, that was represented in the House of Commons of Canada from 1892 to 1935. This riding was created as "Three Rivers and St. Maurice" riding in 1892 from Three Rivers ...

Umiujaq (Inuit reserved land)

Umiujaq is an Inuit reserved land in Nunavik, in northern Quebec. Like all Inuit reserved lands in Quebec, it has no resident population and is associated with a nearby northern village of the same name: Umiujaq. To its south, the Inuit reserved ...

Val-des-Lacs, Quebec

Val-des-Lacs is a municipality in the Laurentides region of Quebec, Canada, part of the Les Laurentides Regional County Municipality.

Warwick, Quebec

Warwick is a small town north east of Montreal, located in Arthabaska county, Quebec, Canada. The town was incorporated in 1861 and named after a city of the same name in England. Up until 2014 the town hosted Quebecs annual summer cheese festiva ...

Wemindji

Wemindji is a small Cree community on the east coast of James Bay at the mouth of the Maquatua River in Quebec, Canada. Its legal name is the Cree Nation of Wemindji. Wemindji is a part of the Abitibi-Baie-James-Nunavik-Eeyou district which is pr ...

Wolinak, Quebec

Wolinak is an Abenaki First Nations reserve in the Centre-du-Quebec region, Quebec, Canada. An enclave within the city of Becancour, it was one of the Seven Nations of Canada.

Mont Yamaska

Mont Yamaska is part of the Monteregian Hills in southern Quebec. Its summit stands 411 m above sea level. This mountain is largely covered with deciduous forest dominated by sugar maple. Some apple orchards are raised on lower slopes.

Lake Yasinski

Lake Yasinski is a lake in Baie-James municipality, Jamesie territory, in Nord-du-Quebec, Quebec, Canada. It is in the James Bay drainage basin about 80 kilometres east of James Bay. The primary inflow, at the southwest, is the Iskutawapu Sakahik ...

Air Ronge

Air Ronge is a northern village in Northern Saskatchewan, Canada, 235 km north of Prince Albert. It lies on the western shore of Lac la Ronge, and is 3 km south of La Ronge and Lac La Ronge Provincial Park. According to 2006s census, the northern ...

Alida, Saskatchewan

Alida is a village within the Rural Municipality of Reciprocity No. 32, in the province of Saskatchewan, Canada. The village is approximately 85 km east of the City of Estevan. Farming and oil are the major local industries. Several ghost towns a ...

CFD Alsask

Canadian Forces Detachment Alsask was a military radar station in the Rural Municipality of Milton No. 292, just north of the hamlet of Alsask, Saskatchewan, Canada, a village on the Alberta-Saskatchewan border. It is within the Rural Municipalit ...

Alticane, Saskatchewan

Alticane is an unincorporated community in the Rural Municipality of Douglas No. 436, Saskatchewan, Canada, located at 52° 54 18.0" N, 107° 29 02.4" W, at an elevation of 710 meters. Alticane was established in 1928 on the new Canadian National R ...

Alvena

Alvena is a village within the Rural Municipality of Fish Creek No. 402, Saskatchewan, Canada, approximately 60 km northeast of Saskatoon.

Ambrose–Torquay Border Crossing

The Ambrose–Torquay Border Crossing connects the towns of Ambrose, North Dakota and Torquay, Saskatchewan on the Canada–US border. It is reached by North Dakota Highway 42 on the American side and Saskatchewan Highway 350 on the Canadian side. Th ...

Amisk Lake

Amisk Lake is a lake in east-central Saskatchewan in Canada. Amisk means beaver in Cree. Saskatchewan Highway 167 provides road access. Denare Beach, the largest settlement, is located on the east side of the lake.

Amsterdam, Saskatchewan

Amsterdam is a hamlet within the Rural Municipality of Buchanan No. 304, Saskatchewan, Canada. Listed as a designated place by Statistics Canada, the hamlet had a population of 25 in the Canada 2016 Census. The hamlet is located 63.9 km north of ...

Annaheim, Saskatchewan

Annaheim is a village within the Rural Municipality of St. Peter No. 369, Saskatchewan, Canada. The village is located about 125 km east of the city of Saskatoon, at the junction of provincial Highway 756 and Highway 779. Annaheim is the seat of ...

Archerwill

Archerwill is a village within the Rural Municipality of Barrier Valley No. 397, Saskatchewan, Canada. The village is approximately 55 km north of Wadena, 52 km south of Tisdale and 70 km southeast of the city of Melfort. Since 1981 Archerwill ha ...

Arelee, Saskatchewan

Arelee is an unincorporated community in central Saskatchewan, Canada, approximately 60 km west of Saskatoon. It is located in the Rural Municipality of Eagle Creek No. 376. The RMs offices constitute one of the only businesses in the community. ...

Arran, Saskatchewan

Arran is a village within the Rural Municipality of Livingston No. 331, Saskatchewan, Canada. The village is approximately 90 km northeast of the city of Yorkton and 10 km west of the Manitoba border. Arran is located on Highway 49. The village w ...

Avonlea, Saskatchewan

Avonlea is a village with in the Rural Municipality of Elmsthorpe No. 100, Saskatchewan, Canada. The village is approximately 82 km southwest of the city of Regina. The village was named after the fictional town of Avonlea, Prince Edward Island i ...

Aylsham, Saskatchewan

Aylsham is a village within the Rural Municipality of Nipawin No. 487, Saskatchewan, Canada. The village is approximately 65 km northeast of the city of Melfort. Aylsham was named by its migrating settlers after Aylsham, Norfolk, England.

Bangor, Saskatchewan

Bangor was settled in 1902 by descendants of Welsh families who had migrated to Patagonia in 1860. Due to increasing conflicts with the Argentine authorities plus a flood in 1899, some 250 decided to migrate again. At the urging of David Lloyd Ge ...

Barthel, Saskatchewan

Barthel is an unincorporated community in northern Saskatchewan, Canada. It is a populated locality, an area similar to a locality but with a small group of dwellings or other buildings. It is near the following areas: Morin Creek 26.9 km St. Wal ...