ⓘ Reservoir Blanc

                                     

ⓘ Reservoir Blanc

The Reservoir Blanc is a reservoir located in the city of La Tuque, in Quebec, Canada. The artificial lake was created in 1930 by the construction of the Rapide-Blanc Generating Station on Saint-Maurice River. The year 1996 marked the end of a period of 150 years of" drave” on the Saint-Maurice River, consequently the amateurs of recreation-touristic activities have appropriated the "Reservoir Blanc" mainly for boating and fishing. Around the reservoir and tributaries, a few hundred cottages are there and a few outfitters provide services to visitors.

                                     
  • The Rapide - Blanc generating station is a hydroelectric facility, comprising a reservoir a dam and a hydroelectric plant. It is located on the Saint - Maurice
  • Quebec, passing to the east of Manicouagan Reservoir This trip by the north between Baie - Comeau and Blanc - Sablon is 1, 722 km 1, 070 mi Once Route
  • about 55 km to the south - west part of Reservoir Blanc The latter is artificially formed by the Rapide - Blanc Generating Station, built on the Saint - Maurice
  • First Nation reserve, in Cloutier Township, on the north shore of Reservoir Blanc on the Saint - Maurice River in the Mauricie region of Quebec, Canada
  • empties into the Reservoir Blanc in front of the hamlet Windigo located on the west side of Saint - Maurice River The Reservoir Blanc is an artificial
  • generating station Gouin Reservoir Grand - Mere Generating Station La Gabelle Generating Station La Tuque Generating Station Rapide - Blanc Generating Station Saint - Narcisse
  • Lake Aylmer Baskatong Reservoir Batiscan Lake, Quebec Lac Beauchamp Lake Bermen Lake Bienville Lac aux Biscuits Reservoir Blanc Lac La Blanche Lake Blouin
  • Lac de Mauvoisin is a reservoir in the canton of Valais, Switzerland. The reservoir is formed by the Mauvoisin Dam, which is 250 m high. The dam is currently
  • Flamand River which runs north at first, then west to empty in the Reservoir Blanc on Saint - Maurice River. The toponym Zec Fremont borrows the name