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Despite its name, Lake Mistassini is not in the drainage basin of the Mistassini River, but is about west from its source. The Mistassini River is easily confused with its tributary, the Mistassibi River.
On December 17, 1997, the cities of Dolbeau and Mistassini were merged to form the City of Dolbeau-Mistassini.
In 1930, the town centre of Saint-Michel-de-Mistassini separated from the municipality to form the Village Municipality of Mistassini. During the construction of the Chute-des-Passes Dam on the Peribonka River in 1944, it experienced commercial growth and gained city status in 1947. In 1976, the Municipality of Saint-Michel-de-Mistassini and the Village Municipality of Mistassini were merged again to form the City of Mistassini.
The city was formed in 1997 through the amalgamation of the cities of Dolbeau and Mistassini. Dolbeau is located on the right (west) bank of the Mistassini River, in the geographic township of Parent (not in the adjacent Dolbeau Township). The town of Mistassini is on the left (east) bank of the Mistassini River at the confluence with the Mistassibi River, directly opposite Dolbeau.
Just like the nearby Mistassini River, the Mistassibi River runs in a north-south direction. It passes through Lac au Foin (Hay Lake) and among its tributaries are the aux Oiseaux, du Dépôt, and North-East Mistassibi Rivers. It drains into the Mistassini River at Dolbeau-Mistassini.
The following are the attractions in Dolbeau-Mistassini:
Primula mistassinica, also known as Mistassini primrose, Lake Mistassini primrose or bird's-eye primrose, is a flowering herb of the genus "Primula". The specific name refers to Lake Mistassini in Quebec, Canada. It is native to the northeastern United States and much of Canada.
Dolbeau-Mistassini is a town in northern Quebec, Canada, at the confluence of the Mistassibi River, Riviere aux Rats and the Mistassini River, on Lac Saint-Jean. Dolbeau-Mistassini is in the Maria-Chapdelaine Regional County Municipality and is the commercial hub of Lac-St-Jean with big stores and shopping centres.
The Monts Otish (Otish Mountains) are a range of tall hills in the geographic centre of Quebec, Canada, north of Lac Mistassini and Manicouagan Reservoir. Within the tall hills is the Réserve faunique des Lacs-Albanel-Mistassini-et-Waconichi.
The name Mistassini came from the Cree "mista assini" or Montagnais "mishta ashini", and means large rock; it probably refers a large glacial erratic stone, about high, located near the outlet of Lake Mistassini into the Rupert River.
Lake Albanel, which runs parallel and to the east of Lake Mistassini, is named after him.
CBJX-FM also has a rebroadcast transmitter in Dolbeau-Mistassini at 90.9 FM.
Dolbeau-Saint-Félicien Airport, , is located southwest of Dolbeau-Mistassini, Quebec. Canada.
Lake Troïlus is a lake in Quebec Canada, 80 kilometres west of Lake Mistassini.
CHVD-FM is a French-language Canadian radio station in Dolbeau-Mistassini, Quebec.
Gagnon was born in Dolbeau-Mistassini, Quebec and is the older brother of Marc Gagnon.
From 1961 to 1968, Villeneuve was mayor of Mistassini. He continued his notary practice until his retirement in 1985.
CKII-FM is a radio station which broadcasts community radio programming at 101.3 MHz (FM) in Dolbeau-Mistassini, Quebec, Canada.
Mistassini is a geographic name which may refer to several geographic features in the Canadian province of Quebec:
The upper portion of the river is characterized by a succession of rapids, waterfalls, and cascades. Only the last , from its mouth to Dolbeau-Mistassini, is navigable. Tributaries of the Mistassini River include the Papillon River, the Rivière des Framboises (Raspberry River), the Rivière aux Rats (Rat River), and the Mistassibi River.