RIMOUSKI: an attractive town

The regional capital of Bas-Saint-Laurent, Rimouski, presenting a new face, a renewed dynamism.

In total, 46,430 people participate in the growth of their city and thus provide a new impetus to this beautiful living space, both in urban and in its agriculture and forestry:

  • 50 km2 of urban area
  • 285 km2 of agricultural land and forest

Rimouski Technopole maritime du Québec opening more and more about the sea being bordered by the Gulf of St. Lawrence. Much of his vocation of teaching and research took the colors of navy blue:

City tourism and convention, the vitality of its main attractions is growing continuously:

  • Parc national du Bic
  • Site historique maritime de la Pointe-au-Père
  • Canyon des portes de l’enfer
  • Île Saint-Barnabé
  • Musée régional de Rimouski
  • Maison Lamontagne
  • Théâtre du Bic
  • Parc Beauséjour
  • Walk to the Sea
  • Sentiers du littoral