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Sept-Îles (Sector of Sept-Îles) (Region: Duplessis)
Full-course menu offered throughout the week. Special lunch menu. "Happy hour" events in the Le St-Hub resto-bar, from Monday to Friday. Special on kids' meals.  More
Category: Restaurant     

Rivière-au-Tonnerre (Region: Duplessis)
The COoperative for a Sustainable Tourism Environment- Voyages CoSte- invites you to the North Shore of the Saint-Lawrence. Discover the Minganie, Anticosti Island and the Lower-North-Shore More
Category: Travel agency     

L'Île-d'Anticosti (Region: Duplessis)
Known primarily as a paradise for white-tailed deer hunting, Anticosti Island is also a land of great ecological wealth and breathtaking natural beauty. Some 222 km long, 45 More
Category: Québec's national park (Organization)     

Sept-Îles (Sector of Sept-Îles) (Region: Duplessis, New Foundland and Labrador)
Tshiuetin Rail Transportation Inc. operates some 200 kilometres (124 miles) of railway line connecting Sept-Îles, Emeril (Labrador) and Schefferville. Tshiuetin means "north More
Category: Railway line     
 
Blanc-Sablon (Region: Duplessis)
Category: Airport     
 
Sept-Îles (Sector of Sept-Îles) (Region: Duplessis)
Category: Restaurant     
 
Havre-Saint-Pierre (Region: Duplessis)
The Havre-Saint-Pierre tourist information office will tell you all about the municipality and the other villages in the Minganie region. Welcome to our home!  More
Category: Tourist information office  Partially accessible for the physically disabled     
 
Sept-Îles (Sector of Sept-Îles) (Region: Duplessis, New Foundland and Labrador)
This company is one of the oldest air carriers in the world. Founded over 60 years ago, in 1948, it provides reliable transportation to remote communities in Labrador and Québec's More
Category: Airline     

Sept-Îles (Sector of Sept-Îles) (Region: Duplessis)
The Port of Sept-Îles is the most important ore handling port in Canada. Open year-round, the port is characterized by its deep waters and roughly 10-km wide semi-circular bay. More
Category: Port     
 
Côte-Nord-du-Golfe-du-Saint-Laurent (Region: Duplessis)
Category: Airport     
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