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ⓘ La Macaza, Quebec




La Macaza, Quebec
                                     

ⓘ La Macaza, Quebec

La Macaza is a municipality and village in the province of Quebec, Canada. The village is located in the Laurentian Mountains, in the Laurentian region, in Antoine-Labelle Regional County Municipality. Its population was 1053 in the Canada 2011 Census.

It is the home to La Macaza international airport of Mont-Tremblant, which serves the region. The average of the Federal security service of penitentiary institutions near the airport.

There is a covered bridge that runs over the Macaza river, built in 1904 and is an international tourist attraction. There are many lakes and beaches in the municipality.

Depending on the geographical names of Quebec, 1921, "Macaza name of a native chief from the region", possibly the name of the old Indians, who were encamped on the shores of lake Macaza.

                                     
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