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Rouville Regional County Municipality

RCM in Montérégie

Rouville is a regional county municipality (RCM) of Montérégie, Quebec, Canada. Its head office is in Marieville.


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  • 1 Ange-Gardien Ange-Gardien on Wikipedia
  • 2 Marieville
  • 3 Richelieu (Quebec) Richelieu, Quebec on Wikipedia
  • 4 Rougemont Picturesque and contemporary city with excellent infrastructure and services for recreational tourism. Agrotourism is honoured. Marieville calls itself Quebec's apple capital with its magnificent orchards, public markets and agri-food kiosks. Main recreational and tourist activities: CRVTT Rougemont/Saint-Damase club, library, municipal swimming pool, cycling, hiking trails...
  • 5 Sainte-Angèle-de-Monnoir Sainte-Angèle-de-Monnoir, Quebec on Wikipedia Mainly agricultural municipality on the St. Lawrence plain, between Mont Saint-Grégoire and Mont Rougemont. Agrotourism characterizes this locality.
  • 6 Saint-Césaire Saint-Césaire, Quebec on Wikipedia
  • 7 Saint-Mathias-sur-Richelieu Saint-Mathias-sur-Richelieu on Wikipedia
  • 8 Saint-Paul-d'Abbotsford Saint-Paul-d'Abbotsford on Wikipedia

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Routes through Rouville
MontréalLongueuil  W  E  RichelieuFrampton
Sorel-TracySaint-Charles-sur-Richelieu  N  S  RichelieuSaint-Armand
Sainte-MadeleineMarieville  N  S  Mont-Saint-GrégoireVenise-en-Québec
VarennesBeloeil  W  E  Mont-Saint-HilaireRougemont
YamaskaSaint-Hyacinthe  N  S  FahrhamSaint-Armand
MontrealBrossard  W  E  MarievilleSherbrooke

  • 9 Les Maskoutains Regional County Municipality An MRC on the south shore of the St. Lawrence River (without joining the river), in the heart of the St. Lawrence plain, straddling Highway 20 around Saint-Hyacinthe. Recreational tourism activities focus on camping, agritourism, agricultural activities (exhibitions, auctions, offering local products), cycling, hiking...
  • 10 La Vallée-du-Richelieu Regional County Municipality Straddling the Richelieu River, this regional territory has a lot to offer: a great history (notably that of the Patriots and various wars), a picturesque built heritage, an important pleasure boating route with the Chambly Canal and the locks (as well as related services for boaters), an intense cultural life (exhibitions of artists and craftsmen), public events, nature or leisure parks, varied and high-quality restaurants, the magnificent Parc du Mont-Saint-Hilaire, agrotourism, etc.
  • 11 Le Haut-Richelieu Regional County Municipality The territory of this RCM covers the upper part of the Richelieu River and straddles it. The Richelieu River, Missisquoi Bay of Lake Champlain, Mont Saint-Hilaire, Mont Saint-Grégoire and Mont Rougement are the recreational and tourist attractions of this MRC. This strategic waterway that is the Richelieu River has marked cross-border commercial, military and sociological history with immigration in the 19th century to New England. Vacationing and recreational tourism activities (especially nautical) are intense on Missisquoi Bay and the Richelieu River.
  • 12 Brome-Missisquoi Regional County Municipality Brome-Missisquoi Regional County Municipality on Wikipedia Backed by the Canada-US border, this MRC is a region where bilingualism is common. Visitors can practice a variety of outdoor activities here: 732 km of cycling routes, 200 ski runs and more than 200 km of hiking trails. In addition, this MRC has 75 parks and green spaces, 8 public markets, 20 vineyards, numerous orchards and sugar shacks. This MRC is the cradle of Quebec viticulture and the gateway to the Eastern Townships.
  • 13 La Haute-Yamaska Regional County Municipality La Haute-Yamaska Regional County Municipality on Wikipedia In this region of forest, mountains and rural landscapes, recreational tourism activities are an important part of the regional economy. The main recreational and tourist facilities are the Granby Zoo, the Lac Boivin Nature Interpretation Center and the Yamaska National Park. Haute-Yamaska offers outdoor activities, culture, agrotourism and gastronomy.

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