Notre-Dame-de-l'Annonciation is among the most visibly prominent buildings within the municipality of L'Ancienne-Lorette, Quebec, in the Capitale-Nationale region. Its most striking features are its twin, 71-metre towers.
Boucherville, in Quebec's Montérégie region, is firmly linked with the Saint-Laurent / Saint-Lawrence; it has some notable ecclesiastical architecture; a one of its prominent, historical figures was Louis-Hyppolite La Fontaine (1807-1864)
Parc Jacques-Cartier / Jacques Cartier Park will often be the first area that visitors entering Quebec at Gatineau will see. Its scenic location includes a popular Marina.
The building dates from the time of the first municipal meeting in 1855; but human settlement has been driven for centuries by the nearby Rivière des Outaouais / Ottawa River.
Pink Lake in Quebec's Gatineau Park is an intriguing, meromictic lake. Bacteria at the lower levels of its waters really are coloured pink; but the lake is actually named for a local Irish-Canadian family from nearly 2 centuries ago.
The environs of a prominent hill near Montreal contain a National Park; the municipality's name has a complicated history.
The Downtown area of Gatineau, Québec / Quebec — Le Promenade des Voyageurs / Voyageurs Pathway — is truly a vantage point for some spectacular views.
Place de la nation huronne-wendat, Vieux-Wendake is a First Nations enclave within Quebec City, Quebec; it is overlooked by a church building dating from 1722, rebuilt in 1865.
The city of Gatineau, Quebec's fourth largest city, deserves to be better known. Be prepared to be surprised.
This uninhabited island is in a curious position in the middle of Rivière des Outaouais / Ottawa River. Wholly within Quebec's Municipalité régionale de comté de Pontiac / Pontiac Regional County Municipality, it is situated close to Portage-du-Fort. The wider region has many fishing opportunities.