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A boutique-style city

Fact sheet

Port Services and Facilities

  • 1 berth available for cruise ships
  • Complete range of port services
  • Located within walking distance of historic district

Main Facts

  • Second oldest French-speaking city in North America (1634)
  • Embracing  375 years of history, the city takes pride in its classified historic quarter, where museums, art galleries and a heritage trail reflect its rich history
    • Home to explorers and adventurers whose names are synonymous with early settlement in North America: Pierre-Esprit Radisson, Médard Chouart Des Groseillers, Jean Nicolet, Nicolas Perrot, Pierre Gaultier de Varennes, Sieur de La Vérendrye, etc.

    • Gateway to the Lake St Pierre Biosphere Reserve, a recognized member of UNESCO’s prestigious world network of biospheres
  • More than 20 annual national and international events
  • First large city in Quebec to be designated Cultural Capital of Canada (2009) by Canadian Heritage

  • Ville-boutique with shopping, nightlife, inns, restaurants and friendly cafés within walking distance of port
  • Central core internationally recognized for quality and originality
  • Unique cultural and historic attractions, such as Borealis Centre (history of pulp and paper industry), Old Prison, Québec Museum of Folk Culture, La Mauricie National Park, Sugar Shack, Cité de l’énergie and religious sites
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