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This village, René Lévesque's birthplace, enchants with the richness and the diversity of its attractions. Mr. Lévesque, whose statue is located in the municipal park, was the founder of the Parti québécois and Premier of Québec from 1976 to 1985.
Follow its heritage circuit, relive the village's loyalist history to find churches, historic monuments, old houses, and magnificent wooden residences. All these features, bordered by century-old trees, remind you of the architectural and cultural characteristics of more than two centuries of harmonious cohabitation of the Anglophone and Francophone citizens.
Enjoy the beauty of its beaches, the wooden promenade, a bird sanctuary, the quality of its restaurant and lodging establishments, its campgrounds, and its fire hydrants that are unique and humorous!
- Population: 1 379 inhabitants.