The Côte-Nord region is located northwest of the province and takes up nearly a quarter of Québec's surface area. It has a population of a little less than 95,000 inhabitants, and it reaches the border of the 50th parallel. Most of its population lives on the shoreline of the river and the Gulf of St. Lawrence. Sept-Îles, the most densely populated city, is the social and economic hub of the region. You can find all the services and attractions of an urban centre nearby a vast territory, which boasts an exceptional flora and fauna.
Côte-Nord benefits from about 20 rivers and 40 lakes, including the Manicouagan River and Lake Manic-Cinq. In fact, many of these stretches of water are used to produce hydroelectricity.Show more