Bas-Saint-Laurent
With a coastline carved with coves and bays, and an inland lush with green mountains and dotted with sparkling lakes and rivers, the Bas-Saint Laurent on the lower St. Lawrence River is one of the most enchanting regions in the Quebec Maritime. Over 206,000 people call the region’s 135 cities, towns and villages home, embodying a unique culture, infectious joie de vivre and a strong sense of community that make Bas-Saint Laurent a beautiful place to live.

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The region, which stretches along the St. Lawrence Estuary, has been called the Bas-Saint-Laurent since the end of the 19th century. The region stretches 320 kilometres along the coastline and encompasses 135 cities, towns and villages grouped into eight regional county municipalities Kamouraska, Rivière-du-Loup, Témiscouata, Les Basques, Rimouski-Neigette, La Mitis, Matane and La Matapédia. Urban centres that offer services to the surrounding population are distributed throughout the region, with Rimouski the largest of these with a population of approximately 33,000.

 
It’s no surprise that in a region with a landscape dominated by lush green hills and valleys, the massive Appalachian Mountains, and a network of rivers and streams, its economic landscape is shaped by nature as well. Agriculture is the Bas-Saint-Laurent’s primary sector, and the forestry and peat industries are major economic players. The Bas-Saint-Laurent's strategic location along the St. Lawrence estuary has also helped it develop a unique maritime industry. Other key industries include green energy, housing and construction, transportation, information and communications technologies, and tourism. 
 
Whatever property you envision, our Bas-Saint-Laurent real estate agents are here to help you discover the perfect home or cottage in a community sure to enrich your lifestyle.

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