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'''Southeastern Quebec''' is a coastal region in [[Quebec]] with small towns and villages hugging the coast. It is east of Quebec City and south of the St. Lawrence River .  The Gaspé is considered particularly scenic.
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'''Southeastern Quebec''' is a coastal region in [[Quebec]] with small towns and villages hugging the coast. It is east of Quebec City and south of the St. Lawrence River .  The Gaspé is considered particularly scenic.  
 
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==Regions==
 
==Regions==
 
* [[Bas-Saint-Laurent]] - between the St. Lawrence River and northern [[Maine]]
 
* [[Bas-Saint-Laurent]] - between the St. Lawrence River and northern [[Maine]]
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==Talk==
 
==Talk==
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French is the primary language of communication here, and you hardly here any English spoken.
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Not to say that younger people are not bi-lingual.
  
 
==Get in==
 
==Get in==

Latest revision as of 14:58, 23 July 2012

Southeastern Quebec is a coastal region in Quebec with small towns and villages hugging the coast. It is east of Quebec City and south of the St. Lawrence River . The Gaspé is considered particularly scenic.

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French is the primary language of communication here, and you hardly here any English spoken. Not to say that younger people are not bi-lingual.

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