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Chibougamau is a city in Northern Quebec and is a part of the Baie-James municipality. First founded as a mining village in 1950, Chibougamau obtained its status of municipal corporation in 1954.
From southern Québec, the general route to Chibougamau is Route 167 from Trois-Rivières via Shawinigan and Roberval. Western Québec and Ontario are connected to Chibougamau by Route 113. Both routes are paved with a speed limit of 90 km/h.
There is no public transport in Chibougamau. Two taxi services, Taxi Diamond and Taxi Coop, located on 3e rue.
Lake Gillman: Nearby lake that offers walking, biking and fishing possibilities.
All of the following restaurants are located on 3e rue.
Restaurant Chez Julie: Dinner style restaurant serving breakfast, hamburgers, poutines and other rahter greasy dishes.
Le Coq Rôti: Chicken rotisserie belonging to a province wide chain, they serve various chicken dishes as well as pasta and pizza.
All of the below bars are located on 3e rue.
Pub Royal: Sports style bar serving a wide variety of imported and local beers as well as various dishes.
Le Gwillim: Popular local nightclub that attracts a very young crowd. Offers an impressive selection of shooters.
La Ptite Broue: Another fairly popular pub that attracts a good crowd on weekends.
Le Rendez-Vous: Bar at the Hôtel Chibougamau that typically attracts a large aboriginal crowd. Features a pool table and gaming machines.
Le CabArrêt: The local strip club.
All of the following accommodations are located on 3e rue / Road 167
Chibougamau municipal camping, . Located just outside the city on route 167.
Motel Harricana, .
Motel Nordic, .
Hôtel Chibougamau, . Large hotel Located near most of the city's bars and restaurants, includes Internet service, a bar and a restaurant.