ⓘ Pointe-à-la-Croix, Quebec

                                     

ⓘ Pointe-à-la-Croix, Quebec

Pointe-à-la-Croix is a municipality located on the Restigouche River in the Gaspesie region of eastern Quebec, Canada. It is situated across from the city of Campbellton, New Brunswick.

In addition to Pointe-a-La-Croix itself, the municipality also includes the communities LAlverne, oak Bay, and Saint-faithful-de-Ristigouche.

The municipality is home to the battle comfortable, is a national historic site of Canada and petite-Rochelle Clearinghouse.

                                     
  • township and Vallee township Pointe - à - la - Croix Quebec a municipality: Mann township Escuminac, Quebec a municipality of Nouvelle township
  • is a Canadian steel through truss steel deck truss bridge crossing the Restigouche River between Campbellton, New Brunswick and Pointe - à - la - Croix Quebec
  • office tower in Lowell, Massachusetts Pointe - à - la - Croix Quebec English: Cross Point, Quebec Cross Point, a subdivision in Owings, Maryland Cross Point
  • toponymy of Quebec and Canada: Pointe à la Croix Tip of the cross Rose - Croix Rosy Cross Sainte - Croix St. Croix Anse - à - la - Croix Anse of the
  • border: Battle of Restigouche National Historic Site Pointe - à - la - Croix Fort Listiguj Pointe - à - la - Croix Notre - Dame - du - Mont - St - Joseph Oratory Carleton - - - Saint
  • of Escuminac Flats, Fleurant, and Pointe - à - la - Garde. According to missionary Joseph - Etienne Guinard, Escuminac is a Mi kmaq word meaning here are small
  • Listuguj is also used as a name for one of the Mikmaq orthographies. Its southern border is adjacent to Pointe - à - la - Croix Quebec Of the members of the
  • of Cap - à - la - Baleine, L Anse - à - la - Croix Le Grand - Deuxieme, Le Petit - Deuxieme, and Sainte - Felicite - Ouest. According to recent studies, Cap à la Baleine
  • village of Pointe - à - la - Croix in Quebec The river takes its name from the Mi kmaq language and roughly translates as sudden waterway on a curve. The
  • the federal and provincial governments to build a bridge between Campbellton and Pointe - à - la - Croix Quebec The bridge opened in 1962 and is currently named
  • consisting of a series of four lakes contigues in form of a crescent turned to the southwest: lac Inferieur Lower Lake lac à la Croix Lake of the