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Quebec : Southwestern Quebec : Montérégie : Chambly
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Chambly is a city in the Montérégie region of Quebec.


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  • Fort Chambly, 2 rue De Richelieu, +1 450 658-1585 (toll free: +1 888 773-8888), [1]. Mid May-mid Jun: 10AM-5PM daily; mid Jun-early Sep: 10AM-6PM daily; early Apr-mid May and early Sep-mid Oct: W-Su 10AM-5PM. A French fort built in the 1700s. $5.65 adults, $4.90 seniors 65+, $14.20 families/groups (up to 7 people with maximum of 2 adults).  edit
  • Chambly Canal, [2]. The city of Chambly is at the north end of the Chambly Canal, a national historic site. Built to bypass the rapids of the Richelieu River and facilitate trade between Canada and the United States, commercial traffic dwindled after World War I and the canal now sees more traffic from recreational boats. It's also used by ice skaters in the winter.  edit

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Routes through Chambly
MontrealBrossard  W noframe E  EastmanSherbrooke
END  N noframe S  Saint-Jean-sur-RichelieuBurlington via QC-133.png
Sorel-TracyBeloeil  N noframe S  Saint-Jean-sur-RichelieuChamplain

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