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Southwestern Quebec

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Southwestern Quebec is a region in Quebec. The culturally rich and lively city of Montreal is the focal point of the region. North of the city and the St. Lawrence River lies the Laurentian Mountains, a popular recreation area, especially for skiing. South of the city and the St. Lawrence River are many small towns, farms, lakes and hills. Parts of this area were settled by Loyalists from the American Revolution giving the area a bit of a New England feel.

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Map of Southwestern Quebec
  Eastern Townships
on the border of Quebec near Vermont and New Hampshire
  Lanaudière
northeast of Montreal, between the Laurentian mountains and the St. Maurice River valley
  Laurentians
ski country north of Montreal
  Montérégie
the area immediately south, west and east of the island of Montreal

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  • 1 Laval — the island just north of Montreal
  • 2 Longueuil
  • 3 Magog
  • 4 Montreal — the city and island of Montreal
  • 5 Sherbrooke

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