Côte-Nord-du-Golfe-du-Saint-Laurent

29, chemin d’Aylmer Sound, bureau 100cote-nord-du-golfe-du-saint-laurent
Chevery  QC  G0G 1G0

Tel.: 
418 787-2244

Fax:  418 787-2241
Email:  mcngsl@xplornet.com

 

The municipality of the Côte-Nord-du-Golfe-du-Saint-Laurent is composed of five villages: Kegaska, La Romaine, Chevery, Harrington Harbour and Tête-à-la-Baleine. The population of this municipality is 856. An Innu community, Unamen Shipu is located in proximity of La Romaine with a population of 977. It is the most western located municipality of the MRC. What sets this municipality apart from the rest is that the villages are not connected to each other by a road network. The villages are accessible by the Bella Desgagnés (boat), Air Liaison and Provincial Airlines (airplane) and by snowmobile during the winter months when the Route Blanche is open. Kegaska is the western most village of the MRC and has been recently connected by the Route 138 (Fall of 2013) that extends to the rest of Quebec. The languages spoken in this municipality are English, French and Innu.

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Gros-Mécatina

30, route Mécatina, C. P. 9gros-mecatina
La Tabatière  QC  G0G 1T0
Tel.:  418 773-2263
Fax:  418 773-2696
Email: mungrosmecatina@xplornet.com

 

The municipality of Gros-Mécatina is composed of two villages, Mutton Bay and La Tabatière with a population of 428. The two villages are connected by Route 138 but are not connected to any other municipality of the MRC. The villages are accessible by the Bella Desgagnés (boat), Provincial Airlines (airplane) and by snowmobile during the winter months when the Route Blanche is open. The language mainly spoken in this municipality is English.

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Saint-Augustin

C. P. 279staugustin
Saint-Augustin  QC  G0G 2R0
Tel.:  418 947-2404
Fax:  418 947-2533
Email: bureau.msa@globetrotter.net

 

The municipality of Saint-Augustin is composed of the village of Saint-Augustin with a population of 445. An Innu community, Pakua Shipu is located on the west bank of the Saint-Augustine River within the municipality with a population of 237. The villages are located on either side of the Saint-Augustin River which is lined with sandy beaches. The municipality of Saint Augustin is not connected to any other municipality by road but is accessible by the Bella Desgagnés (boat), Air Liaison and Provincial Airlines (airplane) and by snowmobile during the winter months when the Route Blanche is open. The languages spoken in this municipality are English and Innu.

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Blanc-Sablon

1149, boul. Dr Camille Marcoux, C. P. 400blanc-sablon
Lourdes-de-Blanc-Sablon  QC  G0G 1W0
Tel.:  418 461-2707
Fax:  418 461-2529
Email: mbsablon@globetrotter.net

 

The municipality of Blanc-Sablon is composed of three villages Brador, Lourdes-de-Blanc-Sablon and Blanc-Sablon with a population of 1,112. The three villages are connected by the Route 138 and are also connected to the neighbouring municipality of Bonne-Espérance and to the north to Labrador. All villages are accessible by the Bella Desgagnés (boat), Air Liaison and Provincial Airlines (airplane) and by snowmobile in the winter when the Route Blanche is open. This municipality is also connected to the island of Newfoundland via ferry. The languages spoken in this municipality are English and French.

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Bonne-Espérance

C. P. 40bonne-esperance
Rivière-Saint-Paul  QC  G0G 2P0
Tel.: 418 379 2911
Fax: 418 379 2959
Email: info@bonneesperance.ca

 

The municipality of Bonne-Espérance is composed of three villages Old Fort, St. Paul’s River and Middle Bay with a population of 681. The three villages are connected by the Route 138 and to the municipality of Blanc-Sablon. All villages are accessible by the Bella Desgagnés (boat), Air Liaison and Provincial Airlines (airplane) with a short drive from Blanc-Sablon. The Route Blanche also connects this municipality with the rest of the MRC during the winter months. The language mainly spoken in this municipality is English.

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