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Bas-St-Laurent

Bas-St-Laurent

DISCOVER THE BAS-SAINT-LAURENT

Flanked to the north by the St. Lawrence River and to the south by Maine, whale region has more than 2,400 lakes and offers the perfect mix of urban and rural life. Visit the picturesque villages, towns and lighthouses, or escape to one of the three national parks to admire some of the most beautiful landscapes in Québec.

THINGS TO DO AND SEE

For lovers of the great outdoors and wildlife observation, the Parc national du Bic, Parc national du Lac-Témiscouata, Baie de l’Isle-Verte National Wildlife Area and Société d'écologie de la batture du Kamouraska marine park have so much to offer.

The Petit Témis Interprovincial Linear Park: The first bike path in Canada that connects Quebec with New Brunswick, covering 134 km.

The Canyon des Portes de l'Enfer: Thirteen kilometres of walking trails and seven kilometres of bike paths featuring unique vistas and the highest suspended walkway (63 m) in Québec. Round out your trip with the “Descente aux enfers” (meaning descent into hell): 300 steps leading to Rimouski River.

The Rivière-du-Loup whale-watching cruise: The most beautiful whale-watching spot in the world, with its many islands and old lighthouses.

SERVICES AND RESOURCES

  • Public transit
  • Intercity transport
  • Nearby airports
  • Settlement and integration services
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    FACTS AND FIGURES

  • Population : 200,000
  • Land area : 22,185 km²
  • Unemployment rate : 6.1% (2017)
  • Major cities and towns :
  • Located 6 hours from Montréal and 4 hours from Québec City
  • Key industries :
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