Abercorn is a village in south-central Quebec, Canada on the United States border in the Regional County Municipality of Brome-Missisquoi. It is near the larger town of Sutton, Quebec. ...more on Wikipedia about "Abercorn, Quebec"
Acton Vale is a town in south-central Quebec, Canada. It is the seat of the ...more on Wikipedia about "Acton Vale, Quebec"
Alma ( 2001 population: 30,126) is a town located on the southeast coast of Lac Saint-Jean where it flows into the Saguenay River, in the Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean region of Quebec, Canada, approximately 175 km north of Quebec City. Alma is the seat of Lac-Saint-Jean-Est Regional County Municipality. ...more on Wikipedia about "Alma, Quebec"
Amos is a town in northwestern Quebec, Canada on the Harricana River. It is the Regional County Municipality seat of Abitbi Regional County Municipality. The North West territories in which Abitibi was located was owned by the Hudson Bay company and was bought by Canada in 1869. Abitibi itself was then annexed to the province of Quebec on June 13th 1898 by a federal decree. ...more on Wikipedia about "Amos, Quebec"
Amqui is a town in eastern Quebec at the base of the Gaspe peninsula. Located on the Matapédia River, it is the seat of La Matapédia Regional County Municipality. ...more on Wikipedia about "Amqui, Quebec"
Anjou is a community on the Island of Montreal in southwestern Quebec, Canada. It was amalgamated into the city of Montreal in 2002. The community is served by the Borough of Anjou. ...more on Wikipedia about "Anjou, Quebec"
Arvida (from ARthur VIning DAvis, one of the founders of Alcan) was founded as an industrial city by Alcan in 1927, when the first aluminum smelter was constructed. Located 127 miles north of Quebec City, south of the Saguenay River between Chicoutimi and Jonquière, the town was planned from the first day and was developed as a company town, to get a population of about 14,000 inhabitants, 4 Catholic parishes, and many other denomination parishes, schools. ...more on Wikipedia about "Arvida, Quebec"
Asbestos is a town in southeastern Quebec, Canada on the Nicolet River and is the seat of the MRC d'Asbestos. The town covers an area of 29.55 sq. km. and has a population of 6,645. It is located in the centre of a triangle formed by the cities of Drummondville, Sherbrooke and Victoriaville. It is the site of the world's largest asbestos mine, and the mine has long been the town's largest employer. It was the site of the famous 1949 Asbestos Strike. Despite this some townpeople support changing the town's name due to the negative connotations asbestos now has. ...more on Wikipedia about "Asbestos, Quebec"
Ascot is a former town in southeastern Quebec, Canada. It was amalgamated into the city of Sherbrooke in 2002. It is located within the Borough of Mont-Bellevue. Population ( 2001): 6,908 ...more on Wikipedia about "Ascot, Quebec"
Aylmer is a sector of Gatineau, Quebec, Canada, located on the Ottawa River. Population ( 2001): 36,085. It is named for Lord Aylmer, who was a Governor-General of the United Province of Canada in the 1800's. It remains primarily a suburb of Hull and Ottawa. ...more on Wikipedia about "Aylmer, Quebec"
Baie-Comeau, Québec is the hometown of former Canadian Prime Minister Brian Mulroney. It is a small town located approximately 420 kilometers north-east of Quebec City in the Côte-Nord region of the province of Québec, Canada. Its population was of 23,079 at the 2001 census. Baie-Comeau is also the seat of Manicouagan Regional County Municipality ...more on Wikipedia about "Baie-Comeau, Quebec"
Baie-d'Urfé is a municipality located near to the western tip of the Island of Montreal, in Quebec, Canada. After the amalgamation of the Island's 27 distinct municipalities, it was merged with neighbouring Beaconsfield to create the Borough of Beaconsfield—Baie-d'Urfé, in the new city of Montreal. It later voted to demerge and was re-established as a town on January 1, 2006. ...more on Wikipedia about "Baie-D'Urfé, Quebec"
Baie-Saint-Paul is a city in the Province of Quebec, Canada on the northern shore of the Saint Lawrence River. Population ( 2001 census) 7,290. Baie-Saint-Paul is the seat of Charlevoix Regional County Municipality. ...more on Wikipedia about "Baie-Saint-Paul, Quebec"
Beaconsfield, located on the western part of the Island of Montreal, is a municipality in Quebec, Canada. Beaconsfield is a part of the suburban, mostly anglophone, part of Montreal that is commonly referred to as the West Island. ...more on Wikipedia about "Beaconsfield, Quebec"
Beaumont is a village of about 2,100 people just east of Levis, in Quebec, Canada. It is a mostly rural community, with most people working in Levis as there are no major businesses in Beaumont. It was chosen as one of the top 20 nicest villages in the province of Quebec. ...more on Wikipedia about "Beaumont, Quebec"
Bécancour is a town in central Quebec, Canada; it is the seat of the Regional County Municipality Bécancour. It is located at the confluence of the Bécancour River and the Saint Lawrence River, opposite Trois-Rivières, Quebec. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bécancour, Quebec"
Bedford is a town located in southern Quebec, Canada, near the Vermont border. This small community is just an hours drive from larger cities such as Burlington and Montreal and is the home to southern Quebec's largest scout troop. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bedford, Quebec"
Beebe Plain is a small village founded circa 1789 by Zeba Beebe of Connecticut, and situated on the border between Canada and the United States at 45.01°N 72.15°W. The border runs up the middle of Canusa Street, and is also the border between Memphrémagog Regional County Municipality, Quebec and Orleans County, Vermont. ...more on Wikipedia about "Beebe Plain"
Bellefeuille is a settlement in southwestern Quebec, Canada, northwest of Montreal. It is located within the City of Saint-Jérôme. Population ( 2001): 14,066 ...more on Wikipedia about "Bellefeuille, Quebec"
Belœil is a town in southwestern Quebec, Canada on the Richelieu River in the Regional County Municipality of La Vallée-du-Richelieu. ...more on Wikipedia about "Beloeil, Quebec"
Berthier-sur-Mer is a town in the Montmagny Regional County Municipality within the Chaudière-Appalaches region of Quebec. It is located on the south shore of the Saint Lawrence River, east of Quebec City on Highway 132. ...more on Wikipedia about "Berthier-sur-Mer, Quebec" My way is www.shortopedia.com Communities_in_Quebec
Berthierville is a Canadian town near Trois-Rivières in the province of Quebec. Population (2001 census) 3,939. Berthierville is the seat of D'Autray Regional County Municipality. ...more on Wikipedia about "Berthierville, Quebec"
Béthanie is a municipality (municipalité) in the Regional County Municipality of Acton, in the province of Quebec, Canada. ...more on Wikipedia about "Béthanie, Quebec"
Bonaventure is a town on the Gaspé Peninsula in the Bonaventure Regional County Municipality of Quebec. It is located on Chaleur Bay near the mouth of the Bonaventure River. The town is situated on Highway 132 between Saint-Siméon and New Carlisle. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bonaventure, Quebec"
Boucherville is a town in the Canadian province of Quebec. It is a suburb of Montréal on the South shore of the Saint-Lawrence river. ...more on Wikipedia about "Boucherville, Quebec"
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