Abitibi-Témiscamingue

The Abitibi-Témiscamingue and Outaouais territory, teeming with wild forests and lakes, covers close to 100 000 km2. Although western Quebec is known for its wood-runners and gold miners, one must remember that it has been home to the Anishinabeg Natio...

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Bas-Saint-Laurent, Gaspésie

Here, the Saint Lawrence River merges with the sea, and the surrounding landscape is stunning and sprawling. Four national parks, impressive historical sites, the famous Percé Rock, flocks of Northern Gannet, whales, and Baie des Chaleurs, one of the m...

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Eastern Townships, Montréal, Montérégie

Historically, the southwest of Quebec (including Montreal)  was an important route for nomadic Indigenous people. Today, Mohawks are the guardians and guides of this important part of Indigenous history. When settlers in then-New France first encounter...

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Centre-du-Québec, Mauricie

Set in the mountainous wilderness, the Mauricie region is an epitome of duality, where the urban life of the St. Lawrence Valley meets the untamed backcountry. To the north, live the Atikamekw. To the south, in the Centre-du-Québec region, live the Abe...

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Côte-Nord

The Côte-Nord is a sprawling territory between land and water, where your senses will dip and swerve over 1,300 km of coast. Powerful bodies of water located at the heart of the boreal forest, breathtaking scenery, an abundance of natural resources... ...

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Eeyou Istchee, Baie-James

Ding ding: last stop before the Great North! Between the 49th and 55th parallel, Eeyou Istchee Baie-James is Quebec’s largest freshwater reserve. The region’s vast taiga and boreal forest represent roughly one fifth of the province. These natural attri...

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Lanaudière, Laurentians

Between the urban excitement of the outskirts of the St. Lawrence and the detachment of the great uninhabited spaces of the North, these two regions cover a vast contrasted and colorful territory, composed of mountains and plains, thousands of lakes an...

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Nunavik

Nunavik is the legendary Far North, complete with polar bears, marine mammals, caribou, muskoxen, and larger-than-life landscapes. A land like no other, where tundra and taiga are punctuated with majestic mountains, flowing rivers, and more lakes than ...

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Outaouais

The Ottawa River, which separates Quebec from Ontario, is named—like the region⁠—after an ancient Anishnabe (Algonquin) band that occupied the territory at the time of the first European settlers. Two of the nine Algonquin communities live in Outaouais...

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Québec

Québec City, the province’s namesake, was built on the Huron-Wendat town of Stadacona, located along the riverbanks below Cap Diamant. Naturally and historically wealthy, the fortified city reveals a heritage that’s one of a kind in North America. In c...

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Saguenay, Lac-Saint-Jean

A country within a country, Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean owes much of its deeply entrenched identity to its natural assets, like the Saguenay Fjord and Lac-Saint-Jean, but also just as much to the people who influenced its past and continue to build its fut...

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