René Lévesque, the founder of the Parti Québécois political party and former Premier of Québec (1976-1985), grew up in this charming village; his statue is found in Espace René-Lévesque. Discover rich and diverse attractions: follow the heritage tour and relive the village’s Loyalist history via churches, historic monuments and magnificent wooden residences bordered by century-old trees, which are reminders of over two centuries of friendly relations between the local Englishspeaking and French speaking communities.
Enjoy the beautiful beaches (wooden boardwalk, bird sanctuary), excellent restaurants and lodging establishments, campgrounds and humorously painted fire hydrants!
- Population: 1425
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