Antoine-Labelle Regional County Municipality, Quebec


Antoine-Labelle Regional County Municipality, Quebec

Antoine-Labelle Regional County Municipality is located in Western Quebec. The Regional County Municipality seat is Mont-Laurier.

Communities

*Towns
** Mont-Laurier

*Municipalities
** Beaux-Rivages
** Chute-Saint-Philippe
** Des Ruisseaux
** Ferme-Neuve
** Kiamika
** Lac-du-Cerf
** Lac-Saint-Paul
** La Macaza
** L'Ascension
** Marchand
** Mont-Saint-Michel
** Nominingue
** Notre-Dame-de-Pontmain
** Notre-Dame-du-Laus
** Saint-Aimé-du-Lac-des-Îles
** Sainte-Anne-du-Lac

*Villages
** Lac-des-Écorces
** Lac-Saguay
** L'Annonciation
** Sainte-Véronique
** Val-Barrette

*Unorganized Areas
** Baie-des-Chaloupes
** Lac-Akonapwehikan
** Lac-Bazinet
** Lac-De La Bidière
** Lac-de-la-Maison-de-Pierre
** Lac-de-la-Pomme
** Lac-Douaire
** Lac-Ernest
** Lac-Marguerite
** Lac-Oscar
** Lac-Wagwabika

Highways

Highways that run through Antoine-Labelle are as follows:
*Primary Highways: #107, Trans-Canada Highway #117
*Secondary Highways: #309, #311, #321

Protected Areas

*Parc quebecois du Mont-Tremblant
**Information Centers/ Camp Areas:
*** Lac Cache
*** Post d'accueil de la Cache
*Reserve faunique de Papineau-Labelle
**Information Centers/ Camp Areas:
*** Accueil Pie IX
*** Benjamin
*** Camp de gardien
*** Camp du gardien (on Lac Joinville)
*** Camp du gardien (on Lac Ernest)
*** Caragana
*** Corbeau
*** De l'Averse
*** De l'Hote
*** Desaulniers
*** Du Sourd
*** Entree Benjamin
*** Entree Corbeau
*** Entree Du Sourd
*** Entree Louvigny
*** Fascinant
*** Flood
*** Heron
*** Lac-du-Sourd
*** Lac-Ernest
*** Lac-Joinville
*** Lagace
*** Leclerc
*** Le Mesange/Vieux Foyer
*** Letourneau
*** Quatre-Temps
*** Sept Freres
*** Tarte
*** Travers
*** Wisik/Calliergon/Trille
*Reserve faunique Rouge-Matawin
**Information Centers/ Camp Areas:
*** Entree de La Macaza
*** Poste d'accueil de La Macaza
*** Poste d'accueil de l'Ascension
*ZEC Le Sueur
*ZEC Mitchinamecus
*ZEC Normandie
*ZEC Petawaga

Attractions

*Armand-Lachaine Covered Bridge [1906] (Chute-Saint-Philippe)
*Exposition de Mont-Laurier Centre (Mont-Laurier)
*Ferme-Rouge Covered Bridge [1903] (Kiamika/Saint-Aime-du-lac-des-Iles)
*La Gare Centre of Exposition [1903] (L'Annonciation)
*Macaza Covered Bridge [1904] (La Macaza)
*Mont-Laurier Airport (Des Ruisseaux)
*P'tit-train du Nord trail

Demographics

From the Canada 2006 Census:
*Population: 34,999
*Population change (2001-2006): 4.6
*Dwellings: 21,811
*Area (km²): 14,954.44
*Density (per km².): 2.3

urrounding Census Divisions

*Les Laurentides Regional County Municipality, Quebec
*La Vallée-de-la-Gatineau Regional County Municipality, Quebec
*La Tuque, Quebec
*Matawinie Regional County Municipality, Quebec
*Papineau Regional County Municipality, Quebec

External links

* [http://www.mrc-antoine-labelle.qc.ca/doc/intro.html MRC d'Antoine-Labelle]


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