Côte-Nord

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Côte-Nord (, French for "North Coast" (land area 247,655.33 km2) is the second largest administrative region by land area in Quebec, Canada, after Nord-du-Québec.wikipedia
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Quebec

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Côte-Nord (, French for "North Coast" (land area 247,655.33 km2) is the second largest administrative region by land area in Quebec, Canada, after Nord-du-Québec.
This marine environment sustains fisheries and smaller ports in the Lower Saint Lawrence (Bas-Saint-Laurent), Lower North Shore (Côte-Nord), and Gaspé (Gaspésie) regions of the province.

Nord-du-Québec

Northern QuebecNord-du-Quebecnorthern Québec
Côte-Nord (, French for "North Coast" (land area 247,655.33 km2) is the second largest administrative region by land area in Quebec, Canada, after Nord-du-Québec.
It is bordered by Hudson Bay and James Bay in the west, Hudson Strait and Ungava Bay in the north, Labrador in the northeast, and the administrative regions of Abitibi-Témiscamingue, Mauricie, Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean, and Côte-Nord in the south and southeast.

Anticosti Island

AnticostiL'Île-d'AnticostiEllis Bay, Anticosti
While most of the region is in the same time zone as the rest of Quebec, the far eastern portion east of the 63rd meridian, including half of Anticosti Island, is officially in the Atlantic Time Zone. Important landmarks of Côte-Nord include Anticosti Island, the Mingan Archipelago, and the Manicouagan Reservoir.
Anticosti Island is separated on the north from the Côte-Nord region of Quebec (the Labrador Peninsula) by the Jacques Cartier Strait, and on the south from the Gaspé Peninsula by the Honguedo Strait.

Sept-Îles, Quebec

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The towns of Baie-Comeau and Sept-Îles combined amount to a little more than half of the population of the region.
Sept-Îles (, Quebec French pronunciation :, French for "Seven Islands") is a city in the Côte-Nord region of eastern Quebec, Canada.

Baie-Comeau

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The towns of Baie-Comeau and Sept-Îles combined amount to a little more than half of the population of the region.
Baie-Comeau (2011 city population 22,113; CA population 28,789) is a city located approximately 420 km north-east of Quebec City in the Côte-Nord region of the province of Quebec, Canada.

Manicouagan Reservoir

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Important landmarks of Côte-Nord include Anticosti Island, the Mingan Archipelago, and the Manicouagan Reservoir.
The reservoir is located in Manicouagan Regional County Municipality in the Côte-Nord region of Quebec, Canada, about 300 km north of the city of Baie-Comeau, although its northernmost part is located in Caniapiscau Regional County Municipality.

Manicouagan River

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Côte-Nord's fourteen hydroelectric dams, notably the Manicouagan-Outardes complex, supply Hydro-Québec with over 10,500 megawatts of power.
The Manicouagan or Manicuagan River, often clipped to Manic, is a river in Côte-Nord region of Quebec, Canada.

Le Golfe-du-Saint-Laurent Regional County Municipality

Le Golfe-du-Saint-LaurentGolfe-du-Saint-Laurent
Le Golfe-du-Saint-Laurent is a regional county municipality in the Côte-Nord region of far-eastern Quebec, Canada.

Caniapiscau Regional County Municipality

CaniapiscauCaniapiscau RCMRegional county municipality
Caniapiscau is a regional county municipality in the Côte-Nord region of Quebec, Canada.

Minganie Regional County Municipality

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Minganie is a regional county municipality in the Côte-Nord region of Quebec, Canada.

List of generating stations in Quebec

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Côte-Nord's fourteen hydroelectric dams, notably the Manicouagan-Outardes complex, supply Hydro-Québec with over 10,500 megawatts of power.

La Haute-Côte-Nord Regional County Municipality

La Haute-Côte-NordLa Haute-Côte-Nord RCMHaut-Côte-Nord region
La Haute-Côte-Nord is a regional county municipality in northeastern Quebec, Canada, in the Côte-Nord region.

Manicouagan Regional County Municipality

ManicouaganManicouagan RCMManicouagan region
Manicouagan is a regional county municipality in the Côte-Nord region of Quebec, Canada.

Sept-Rivières Regional County Municipality

Sept-RivièresSept-Rivières RCM
Sept-Rivières (French for "Seven-Rivers") is a regional county municipality of Quebec, Canada, in the Côte-Nord region.

Tadoussac

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It covers much of the northern shore of the Saint Lawrence River estuary and the Gulf of Saint Lawrence past Tadoussac.

Hydro-Québec

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Côte-Nord's fourteen hydroelectric dams, notably the Manicouagan-Outardes complex, supply Hydro-Québec with over 10,500 megawatts of power.
In 1988, all of Quebec and parts of New England and New Brunswick lost power because of an equipment failure at a substation on the North Shore.

Gulf of Saint Lawrence

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It covers much of the northern shore of the Saint Lawrence River estuary and the Gulf of Saint Lawrence past Tadoussac.
The Federal Government of Canada has national parks along the Gulf of Saint Lawrence at Forillon National Park on the eastern tip of the Gaspe Peninsula, Prince Edward Island National Park on the northern shore of the island, Kouchibouguac National Park on the northeastern coast of New Brunswick, Cape Breton Highlands National Park on the northern tip of Cape Breton Island, Gros Morne National Park on the west coast of Newfoundland, and a National Park Reserve in the Mingan Archipelago on the Côte-Nord of Quebec.

Lac-John

Lac JohnLac-John ReserveLac-John, Quebec
Lac-John is a First Nations reserve on John Lake in the Côte-Nord region of Quebec, Canada, about 3.5 km north-east from the centre of Schefferville.

La Romaine, Quebec

La RomaineIndian reserve of the same nameGethsemani
La Romaine, also known as Unamenshipit in Innu-aimun, is an Innu First Nations reserve in the Côte-Nord region of Quebec, Canada, at the mouth of the Olomane River on the Gulf of Saint Lawrence.

Matimekosh

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Matimekosh (or Matimekush, officially Matimekosh 3) is a First Nations reserve on Lake Pearce in the Côte-Nord region of Quebec, Canada.

Kawawachikamach, Quebec

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The Naskapi Reserved Land is south of the 55th parallel and is geographically located within the Caniapiscau Regional County Municipality of the Côte-Nord region of Quebec, although not juridically a part of it; the Naskapi Village Municipality is north of 55 and is within the Kativik Territory.

Innu Takuaikan Uashat Mak Mani-Utenam

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It is based in Sept-Îles in the Côte-Nord region on the North shore of the Saint Lawrence River.

Forestville, Quebec

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Forestville is a town in the Côte-Nord region of Quebec, Canada.

Havre-Saint-Pierre

Havre-Saint-Pierre, QuebecHavre-Saint-Pierre, QCEskimo Point
Havre-Saint-Pierre is a town on Pointe-aux-Esquimaux, which is on the Quebec north shore (Côte-Nord) of the Saint Lawrence River in Canada.

Essipit

Essipit First NationEssipit, QuebecInnue Essipit
Essipit (known as Les Escoumins until 1996) is an Innu Indian reserve in the Canadian province of Quebec, located on the north shore of the Gulf of Saint Lawrence in the Côte-Nord region.