ⓘ Montebello, Quebec

Montebello, Quebec

ⓘ Montebello, Quebec

Montebello is a municipality located in the Papineau Regional County Municipality of Western Quebec, Canada. At the 2001 census, there were 1.039 permanent residents. The village has a total area of 7.95 square kilometres, and is located at the eastern edge of Quebecs Outaouais region. It is located on the border with Ontario.

The villages world-famous resort Chateau Montebello, the largest log structure ever built. The resort was host to the 1983 nuclear planning Group of NATO, and in 1981 G7 economic summit.

Park omega, a large drive-through wildlife Park, located in the North in Notre-Dame-de-Bonsecours.

Since 2005, it also hosts the amnesia Rockfest, which became the largest rock festival Canadas. The latter are the system of a down, blink-182, Alice Cooper, the offspring, Korn, Marilyn Manson, Linkin Park, rise against theatre and dreams.

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  • music. In 2015 the band reformed for a reunion concert at Rock in Montebello Quebec and released one more album. Banlieue Rouge translated as Red Suburb
  • 1892, the paper was purchased by Henri Bourassa and relocated to Montebello Quebec He was made speaker in the legislature as a result of pressure from
  • held in Montebello Quebec Canada and nearby Ottawa between July 20 and 21, 1981. The venue for the summit meetings was the Chateau Montebello The Group
  • Sites et circuits du patrimoine naturel de la region de l Outaouais, Montebello Quebec 2008 - 02 - 27 Online version Statistics Canada: 1996, 2001, 2006
  • was known as Ponsonby until 1993. About 30 kilometers 19 mi north of Montebello the municipality is characterized by a relief ranging from 182 meters
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  • On August 22, 1878, Montebello separated from the parish municipality. In the 1870s, the Quebec Montreal, Ottawa and Occidental Railway

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