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Nature, beyond measure!

The Côte-Nord, an immense territory between Tadoussac and Blanc-Sablon, Schefferville and Anticosti Island, offers 1,300 kilometers of coastline and countless breathtaking landscapes and invigorating activities. Favorite place for outdoor enthusiasts, hunting, fishing, fauna, flora, photography and archeology, North Shore charm your greatest passions. The boreal forest, nordicity, powerful rivers and abundant natural resources are all wealth in the eyes of the Côte-Nord. If you love nature and adventure, this great wilderness is for the explorer in you!

  • Size: 236,502 km2
  • Main cities: Sept-Îles (25,671 inhabitants), Baie-Comeau (21,658 inhabitants), Port-Cartier (6,640 inhabitants), Havre-Saint-Pierre (3,471 habitinhabitantsnts), Forestville (3,163 inhabitants)


For more information: Tourisme Côte-Nord

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  • Agriculture, fisheries and food industry: commercial fishing and marine products processing, berry and potato harvesting, permaculture
  • Natural resource development and processing: energy, forest, mines, metallurgy
  • Niches of excellence: marine resources, science and technology; mineral and metallurgical process engineering
  • Health care and social work sector


For more information on the economy: Services Québec


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