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Centre d'interprétation de Clarke City

Region City
Côte-Nord Sept-Îles
The Clarke brothers, from New York City and Toronto, built a paper mill in Clarke City in 1903, followed by an entire village and a hydroelectric station in 1908. Check out the interpretation centre and interpretive panels on the sites where the village’s main buildings were constructed.
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General admission

Free admission

Other charges may apply.

Contact information

160, rue du Moulin, Sept-Îles, Québec, Canada, G0G 1H0

Vehicle and Parking Services

  • Free parking

Available activities

  • Guided tour
  • Nature interpretation/observation
  • Self-guided tour

Restaurant and food services

  • Picnic area

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