ⓘ La Minerve, Quebec

                                     

ⓘ La Minerve, Quebec

La Minerve is a village and municipality in the Laurentides region of Quebec, Canada, part of the Les Laurentides Regional County Municipality.

Located in the Laurentian mountains, La Minerve is still fairly forested and covered with many lakes, in particular, Chapleau, desert, and La Minerve lakes. Its southern part is part of the Papineau-Labelle wildlife reserve of. The area is popular for holiday vacation. In summer, the small local population swells with nearly 15.000 tourists.

                                     
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  • Trois - Rivieres, the first newspaper in Lower Canada outside of Quebec City and Montreal, and also La Minerve which supported the Parti patriote and Louis - Joseph
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  • Quebec Militia. 1825 - Opening of the Lachine Canal. 1826 - Ludger Duvernay, Auguste - Norbert Morin, and Jacques Viger found the newspaper La Minerve
  • Office at Winnipeg from 1871 to 1875. He was a special correspondent for La Minerve in Montreal and later became chief editor for Le Manitoba. In 1874, he