Synonyms for lac_masketsi or Related words with lac_masketsi

lac_lapeyrère              trois_rives              matawinie              val_brillant              batiscanie_quebec              lac_aux_sables              capitale_nationale              grandes_piles              causapscal              matawin              côte_nord              témiscamingue              mékinac              la_tuque_urban_agglomeration              abitibi_témiscamingue_abitibi              la_tuque              laurentides              zec_tawachiche              cloridorme              rivière_aux_eaux_mortes              montérégie              lac_frontière              ferme_neuve              les_escoumins              témiscaming              sainte_thècle_quebec              les_chenaux              grand_remous              lac_édouard              sept_rivières              portneuf_wildlife_reserve              sainte_agathe_des_monts              témiscouata              nord_du_québec              baie_trinité              maskinongé              saint_ubalde              val_des_monts              cacouna              rivière_rouge              les_appalaches              miguick              territoire_équivalent              matapédia              louiseville              mcmasterville              despinassy              évain              brownsburg_chatham              memphrémagog             



Examples of "lac_masketsi"
In 2004, Lac-Masketsi was reduced in size by some when portions were annexed by mostly Trois-Rives (70 km²) as well as Lac-aux-Sables (20 km²).
On August 28, 2004, Trois-Rives was enlarged by some when it annexed a portion of the Lac-Masketsi Unorganized Territory.
While the Tawachiche West River is fed by lakes Masketsi, Little Masketsi and Roberge, located in the non organized territory of the Lac-Masketsi.
The Lake Masketsi is located in the unorganized territory of Lac-Masketsi, in the Mekinac Regional County Municipality, in Mauricie, in Quebec, in Canada.
The Railway of Canadian National Railway linking Hervey-Jonction to La Tuque pass through the township Marmier, between Audy station and Lac-Masketsi station.
The Rivière du Milieu (River of the middle) (popularly named "River pike”) flows southward in the unorganized territory of Lac-Masketsi, in the Mekinac Regional County Municipality, in Mauricie, in Quebec, in Canada.
In 2004, Lac-Masketsi (unorganized territory) was reduced in size by some when portions were annexed by mostly Trois-Rives (70 km²) as well as Lac-aux-Sables (20 km²).
The Hackett Lake is located in the Hackett (township) in the unorganized territory of Lac-Masketsi, in the Mekinac Regional County Municipality, in the administrative region of Mauricie, in Quebec, in Canada.
The Hackett Township was created on June 2, 1899 by the Government of Quebec. This forested township is located in the unorganized territory of Lac-Masketsi, in the Mekinac Regional County Municipality, in Mauricie, in Quebec, in Canada. The territory of this township is part of the watershed of Saint-Maurice River.
The length of the lake Roberge (Lac-Masketsi) is 2.25 km (north-south axis) and its maximum width is 1.25 km. A strip of land (in the north-south axis) whose width varies between 0.7 km and 1.6 km, with mountains, separates the lake and Roberge Lake Masketsi which is located west of the first.
Lac-Masketsi is an unorganized territory in the Mauricie region of province of Quebec, Canada, part of the Mékinac Regional County Municipality. Most of its area is part of the Zec Tawachiche. The discharge of Masketsi Lake at the south-east flows in the Little Lake Masketsi, which empties into the Tawachiche West River.
The Roberge Lake is located in the unorganized territory of Lac-Masketsi, Quebec, the Mekinac Regional County Municipality, in Mauricie, in Quebec, in Canada. This lake whose surface is usually frozen from November to April is located entirely in forest land.
The Canadian National Railway to Abitibi runs from 1909, linking Hervey-Jonction to La Tuque. The railway was built along the eastern shore of this lake, and was servicing the hamlets of Gouin and Lac-Masketsi (). Each hamlet had a railway station that has long served the lumber camps, resorts and tourist activities.
Entire eastern half of the Masketsi lake is bordered since 1909 by railway of the Canadian National Railway, which connects Hervey-Jonction to La Tuque. The east side of the lake has mountains that required extensive blasting during construction of the railway. Two small railway stations, called "Gouin" and "Lac-Masketsi" (northern part of the lake), were located on the east side of the lake, and separated of few kilometers.
The territory of the tourist subregion "Mekinac" is the territory of the regional county municipality of the same name. It is composed of ten municipalities and four unorganized territories: Grandes-Piles, Hérouxville, Lac-aux-Sables, Lac-Boulé (TNO), Lac-Masketsi (TNO) Lac-Normand (TNO), Notre-Dame-de-Montauban, Rivière-de-la-Savane (TNO), Saint-Adelphe, Sainte-Thècle, Saint-Roch-de-Mékinac, Saint-Severin, Saint-Tite and Trois-Rives.
The zec Tawachiche is a "zone d'exploitation contrôlée" (controlled harvesting zone) (zec) covering 318 km², of which 310 km² are located in Mékinac Regional County Municipality, in Mauricie, in the province of Quebec, in Canada. This zec is mainly located in the municipality of Lac-aux-Sables and in the non-organized territories of Lac-Masketsi and Lac-Lapeyrère. The zec territory is situated north of Sainte-Thècle and Saint-Tite. Located approximately 80 km north of Trois-Rivières, it is bordered to the east by Portneuf Wildlife Reserve.
In sector Audy (near the mouth of the Tawachiche West River), the railway forks (9.1 km from Hervey-Jonction) to the north-west, parallel to the path of the Tawachiche West River. All the way from Hervey-Jonction, the railway stay on the right bank of the Tawachiche West River and Tawachiche river. And 20.6 km from Hervey-Jonction, the railway skirts the "petit lac Masketsi" by the northeast, continues along the Masketsi lake along its length (east side), and passes through sector Gouin, located on the lake. At some points, the journey by rail area encroaches on the lake.
The south part of Missionary Lake is located partly in the municipality of Lac-aux-Sables (5th and 6th Row Price) and partly in Trois-Rives (from 1st row N.-E. to 5e row N.-E.). The Trois-Rives section was part of the unorganized region of Lac-Masketsi until August 28, 2004. The southern part of the lake is elongated along the north-south axis, with a length of 5.1 km and a maximum width of 0.5 km. The southern part of the lake is accessible by road from Hervey-Jonction's sector (in the municipality of Lac-aux-Sables), connected by Lac en coeur Road to Missionary Lake Road which runs along the south-western part of the lake. Missionary Lake Road continues beyond the Groleau strait, along the southwestern bank of North Missionary lake.