Types of municipalities in Quebec

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The following is a list of the types of local and supralocal territorial units in Quebec, including those used solely for statistical purposes, as defined by the Ministry of Municipal Affairs, Regions and Land Occupancy and compiled by the Institut de la statistique du Québec.wikipedia
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Granby, Quebec (township)

Granby TownshipTownship of Granby
Many such cases have had their names changed, or merged with the identically-named nearby municipality since the 1950s, such as the former Township of Granby and City of Granby merging and becoming the Town of Granby in 2007.
The Township of Granby (French: Canton de Granby) was a township municipality in south-central Quebec, Canada in the La Haute-Yamaska Regional County Municipality.

L'Île-Dorval

Dorval IslandÎle DorvalDorval
The least-populous towns in Quebec (Barkmere, with a population of about 60, or L'Île-Dorval, with less than 10) are much smaller than the most-populous non-town municipalities (Saint-Charles-Borromée and Sainte-Sophie, each with populations of over 13,300).
Dorval Island or L'Île-Dorval is a city and an island in southwestern Quebec, Canada, in Lake Saint-Louis off the Island of Montreal.

Saint-Charles-Borromée, Quebec

Saint-Charles-BorroméeSaint-Charles-Borromée-du-Village-d'Industrie Saint-Charles-Borromée
The least-populous towns in Quebec (Barkmere, with a population of about 60, or L'Île-Dorval, with less than 10) are much smaller than the most-populous non-town municipalities (Saint-Charles-Borromée and Sainte-Sophie, each with populations of over 13,300).
Saint-Charles-Borromée, Quebec (2011 Population 13,321) is a municipality in southwest-central Quebec, Canada on the Rivière l'Assomption.

2000–06 municipal reorganization in Quebec

Municipal reorganization in Quebec2000–2006 municipal reorganization in Quebecearly 2000s municipal reorganization in Quebec
Dorval and Côte Saint-Luc had the status of city when they were amalgamated into Montreal on January 1, 2002 as part of the municipal reorganization in Quebec; however, when re-constituted as independent municipalities on January 1, 2006, it was with the status of town (ville) (although the municipal government of Dorval still uses the name Cité de Dorval).
The 2000–2006 municipal reorganization in Quebec resulted in large-scale amalgamation (merging) of smaller municipalities in Quebec into larger cities.

Local municipality (Quebec)

Local government in Quebecmunicipalitylocal municipalities
The following is a list of the types of local and supralocal territorial units in Quebec, including those used solely for statistical purposes, as defined by the Ministry of Municipal Affairs, Regions and Land Occupancy and compiled by the Institut de la statistique du Québec.

Quebec

QuébecProvince of QuebecQC
The following is a list of the types of local and supralocal territorial units in Quebec, including those used solely for statistical purposes, as defined by the Ministry of Municipal Affairs, Regions and Land Occupancy and compiled by the Institut de la statistique du Québec.

List of township municipalities in Quebec

CantonCantons of Quebectownship municipality
This is the list of communities in Quebec that have the legal status of township municipalities (canton, code=CT) as defined by the Ministry of Municipal Affairs, Regions and Land Occupancy.

List of parish municipalities in Quebec

parish municipality
This is a list of communities in Quebec that have the legal status of parish municipalities (paroisse, code=P) as defined by the Ministry of Municipal Affairs, Regions and Land Occupancy.

List of towns in Quebec

List of cities in QuebecCityList of cities and towns in Quebec
This is the list of communities in Quebec that have the legal status of city (ville, code=V) as defined by the Ministry of Municipal Affairs, Regions and Land Occupancy.

Dorval

Dorval, QuebecGentillyVille de Dorval
Dorval and Côte Saint-Luc had the status of city when they were amalgamated into Montreal on January 1, 2002 as part of the municipal reorganization in Quebec; however, when re-constituted as independent municipalities on January 1, 2006, it was with the status of town (ville) (although the municipal government of Dorval still uses the name Cité de Dorval).
Although Dorval had the legal status of cité prior to the merger, the reconstituted city has the status of ville (see Types of municipalities in Quebec).

List of united township municipalities in Quebec

United township
This is the list of communities in Quebec that have the legal status of united township municipalities (cantons unis, code=CU) as defined by the Ministry of Municipal Affairs, Regions and Land Occupancy.

Regional county municipality

RCMregional county municipalitiesMRC
A list of local municipal units in Quebec by regional county municipality can be found at List of municipalities in Quebec.
For a list of all municipalities in Quebec together with their legal status, geographical code and date of incorporation, see List of the official municipalities of Québec, Institut de la Statistique du Québec (ISQ).

List of village municipalities in Quebec

List of villages in Quebec
This is the list of communities in Quebec that have the legal status of village municipalities (village, code=VL) as defined by the Ministry of Municipal Affairs, Regions and Land Occupancy.

Barkmere, Quebec

Barkmere
The least-populous towns in Quebec (Barkmere, with a population of about 60, or L'Île-Dorval, with less than 10) are much smaller than the most-populous non-town municipalities (Saint-Charles-Borromée and Sainte-Sophie, each with populations of over 13,300).

Sainte-Sophie, Quebec

Sainte-SophieLacorneLac-Alouette
The least-populous towns in Quebec (Barkmere, with a population of about 60, or L'Île-Dorval, with less than 10) are much smaller than the most-populous non-town municipalities (Saint-Charles-Borromée and Sainte-Sophie, each with populations of over 13,300).

List of Indian reserves in Quebec

Indian reserves
Therefore, the northern villages and associated reserved lands of the Cree and Inuit are not included, as they are governed by a separate law.

List of northern villages and Inuit reserved lands in Quebec

List of northern villages in Quebecvillages
This is the list of communities in Quebec that have the legal status of northern village (village nordique, code=VN) as defined by the Ministry of Municipal Affairs, Regions and Land Occupancy and the Act respecting Northern villages and the Kativik Regional Government legislation.

Cree

Cree peopleNehiyawCree Nation
* Naskapi Nation of Kawawachikamach is located in the Naskapi village of Kawawachikamach, Quebec, 15 km northeast of Schefferville, Quebec.

Granby, Quebec

GranbyCity of GranbyGranby*
Many such cases have had their names changed, or merged with the identically-named nearby municipality since the 1950s, such as the former Township of Granby and City of Granby merging and becoming the Town of Granby in 2007.

Statistics Canada

StatsCanDominion Bureau of StatisticsCanadian census
There is also a different kind of submunicipal unit, which is defined and tracked not by the Quebec Ministry of Municipal Affairs but by Statistics Canada in the 2011 census: see List of unconstituted localities in Quebec.

Kativik Regional Government

Administration régionale KativikKativikKativik region
The Cree village Whapmagoostui, near the northern village of Kuujjuarapik, on the eastern shore of Hudson Bay, is an enclave in the Nunavik region and its inhabitants do not participate in the Kativik Regional Government.

Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing (Quebec)

MAMROTMinistry of Municipal Affairs, Regions and Land OccupancyMinistry of Municipal Affairs
The following is a list of the types of local and supralocal territorial units in Quebec, including those used solely for statistical purposes, as defined by the Ministry of Municipal Affairs, Regions and Land Occupancy and compiled by the Institut de la statistique du Québec.

Institut de la statistique du Québec

Quebec Statistical Institutestatistics agency of Quebec
The following is a list of the types of local and supralocal territorial units in Quebec, including those used solely for statistical purposes, as defined by the Ministry of Municipal Affairs, Regions and Land Occupancy and compiled by the Institut de la statistique du Québec.

List of municipalities in Quebec

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A list of local municipal units in Quebec by regional county municipality can be found at List of municipalities in Quebec.

Côte-Saint-Luc

Côte Saint-LucCôte-Saint-Luc, QuebecCote St. Luc
Dorval and Côte Saint-Luc had the status of city when they were amalgamated into Montreal on January 1, 2002 as part of the municipal reorganization in Quebec; however, when re-constituted as independent municipalities on January 1, 2006, it was with the status of town (ville) (although the municipal government of Dorval still uses the name Cité de Dorval).