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Rimouski, the regional capital of Quebec’s Lower St. Lawrence, is located on the shores of the St. LawrenceEstuary, one of the largest estuaries in the world. The city of 46,430 inhabitants is a major administrative hub in the region. Renowned as a hotbed of maritime technology, Rimouski is home to an impressive array of educational institutions and internationally-recognized teaching facilities in the fields of marine science and technology. And for visitors, Rimouski is brimming with must-see attractions, such as the famous Reford Gardens, the Regional Museum of Rimouski, the historic maritime site of Pointe-au-Père, home to the submarine Onondaga, and the breathtaking Canyon des Portes de l’Enfer (Hell’s Gate Canyon)—not to mention, just 15 kilometres (barely 10 miles) outside the city, the Parc national du Bic and its stunning backdrop of islands, reefs and cliffs sculpted by the power of the sea.

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