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Quebec #132 Highway Guide

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Ferry Terminal for crossing Lac Saint-Pierre, QC
This ferry links the communities of Sorel-Tracy and Saint-Ignace-de-Loyola, QC. Ferry crossing fees for a van or car with two adults was $7.35 can. August/2002. East to community of Levis, QC. North and west to communities of Lachute, QC Gatineau/Hull, QC, Ottawa, ON. Note Highway #133 overlaps highway #132 at this point. - Lac Saint-Pierre is a lake and nature reserve in Quebec; Located on the Saint Lawrence River between Sorel, QC, and Trois-Rivires, QC, east of Montreal, QC and is part of the Saint Lawrence Seaway.
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Photo
View from Ferry Terminal crossing Lac Saint-Pierre, QC, linking communities of Sorel-Tracy, QC & Saint-Ignace-de-Loyola, QC. Sorel-Tracy, QC, is located at the confluence of the Richelieu River, QC and the St. Lawrence River. Sorel, QC is the fourth oldest city in Canada. Established in 1641.
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Junction of Highway #133 & #30
East to Sainte-Anne-de-Sorel, QC. West to Saint-Roch-de-Richelieu, QC.
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3.1
Junction of Highway #133 west
Note. Highway #133 0verlaps highway #132 at this point. West to community of Saint-Ours, QC. Saint-Ours, QC, is a community in the municipality of Bas-Richelieu, QC.
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9.8
Access to Airport
South side of highway
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12.2
Community of Saint-Robert, QC
South side of highway. Saint-Robert, QC is a small parish municipality southeast of Sorel-Tracy, QC, in the Regional county municipality of Bas-Richelieu.
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Community of Yamaska, QC
Services at highway
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Photo
View from highway. Community of Yamaska, QC.
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19.4
Junction of Highway #235
South to Massueville, QC. The community was named for Gaspard-Aime Massue.
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23.0
Junction of Highway #122
South to community of Drummondville, QC. Services at highway. Drummondville, QC is located in the Centre-du-Qubec region of Quebec, it is located east of Montreal, QC on the Saint-Franois River, QC. Attractions in and around Drummondville, QC: Village Quebecois d'Antan this village offers a heritage town, where costumed staff and restored buildings and antiques. - Mondial des Cultures de Drummondville. Offers the history of photography - Union Life Art Gallery.
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Access to Community of Saint-Gerard-d'-Yamaska, QC
South of highway.
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Junction of Highway #143
Community of Saint-Francois-du-lac, QC. South to Drummonville, QC. Saint-Francois-du-lac, QC is located at the confluence of the Saint Lawrence and Saint-Franois rivers, at the edge of Lac Saint-Pierre, QC.
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Point of Interest
Crossing the River Francois, QC.
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Photo - View from highway.
Crossing the River Francois, QC.
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Junction of Highway #226
North to community of Notre-Dane-de-Pierreville, QC.
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Community of Pierreville, QC
Access from highway. Pierreville, Quebec is located at the confluence of the Saint Lawrence and Saint-Franois rivers, at the edge of Lac Saint-Pierre, QC.
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44.0
Junction of Highway #255
Community of Baie-du-Febvre, QC. South to community of Saint-Zephirin-de-Courval, QC. Baie-du-Febvre, QC, is located on the southern shore of Lac Saint-Pierre. where on the south shore is a UNESCO biosphere reserve, a haven for migrating snow geese. Many birdwatching enthusiasts gather here in spring and fall to observe them.
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Community of Nicolet-Sud, QC
Access to a Information centre.
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Point of Interest
Crossing the River Nicolet, QC.
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Junction of Highway #259
Community of Nicolet, QC. South to community of Sainte-Monique, QC, Sainte-Perpetue, QC. Attractions in Nicolet, QC the L'Anse du Port, featuring an observatory offering an excellent view of the Lac Saint-Pierre, QC. Nicolet, took its name from Jean Nicolet, a French explorer.
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Junction of Highway #30
Note. Highway #30 overlaps highway #132 at this point
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Community of Saint-Gregoire, QC
Access from highway. Saint-Grgoire, QC is a community near the city of Bcancour, Quebec.
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69.5
Junction of Highway #55
Note highway #55 overlaps highway #132 at this point. North to city of Trois-Rivieres, QC. Trois-Rivires is a city, located at the confluence of the Saint-Maurice, QC and Saint Lawrence rivers. Trois-Rivieres, QC; was founded in 1634. Attraction in Trois-Rivieres, QC: - Circuit Trois-Rivires, an internationally known racetrack. The track hosts American Le Mans series, NASCAR Canadian Tire Series, and the Formula Atlantic race events. - Forges du Saint-Maurice, a foundry which dates back to the 1730s - Ursulines Monastery - Notre-Dame-du-Cap Basilica.
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Junction of Highway #30 #55
Note Highways #30 and #55 overlap highway #132 at this point
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Roadside Highway Turnout Rest Area
Picnic area south side of highway
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Point of Interest
Crossing the River Godefory, QC.
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Community of Sainte-Angele-de-Laval, QC
Access from highway. Sainte-Angle-de-Laval has a strong naval history; it has a a Sea Cadet training centre, the CSTC HMCS Quebec, operates there during the summer. It also has the biggest analemmatic sundial in North America, and the only one in the province of Quebec.
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Roadside Highway Turnout
Lookout area. South side of highway
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Community of Becancour, QC
Access from highway. Becancour, QC; is located at the confluence of the Bcancour River, QC and the Saint Lawrence River, opposite Trois-Rivires, Quebec.
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Junction of Highway #30
West to Trois-Rivieres, QC.
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Junction of Highway #261
South to community of Sainte-Gertrude, QC
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96.6
Point of Interest
Note highway #30 overlaps highway #132 at this point
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Community of Gentilly, QC
Services at highway. Gentilly, QC; is home to the Gentilly Nuclear Generating Station.
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Junction of Highway #263
South to community of Sainte-Marie-de-Blandford, QC.
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104.6
Roadside Highway Turnout
South side of highway
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Community of Saint-Pierre-les-Becquets, QC
Services at highway
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Junction of Highway #218
South to community of Sainte-Cecile-de-Levrard, QC. Sainte-Ccile-de-Lvrard is a parish municipality in the Centre-du-Qubec.
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123.9
Roadside Highway Turnout
North side of highway.
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Junction of Highway #265
Community of Deschaillons-sur-Saint-Laurent, QC. South to community of Parisville, QC.
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Roadside Highway Turnout
With Information, north side of highway
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Point of Interest
Crossing the River Duchene, QC
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Roadside Highway Turnout Rest Area
Picnic tables, toilets
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Community of Liciercville, QC
Access from highway
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Photo
View from highway
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Visitor Information
South side of highway
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Community of Lotbiniere, QC
Access from highway.
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Roadside Highway Turnout
Large turnout. North side of highway
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Community of Saint-Croix, QC
Access from highway
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Junction of Highway #271
South to community of Laurier-Station, QC, Saint-Flavien, QC.
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Photo
View from highway
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Community of Saint-Antoine-de-Tilly, QC
Established 1702. South side of highway. Saint-Antoine-de-Tilly, QC, is becoming, one of the main distributors of maple syrup in Quebec. Attractions in Saint-Antoine-de-Tilly, QC: The Bergeron Cheese Dairy has tours and tastings.
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Junction of Highway #273
South to community of Saint-Apollinaire, QC. South to highway #20, 7 km's
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Community of Saint-Nicolas, QC
Access from highway. Saint-Nicolas, QC, is a village, located on the St. Lawrence River
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Junction of Highway #171
South access to highway #20 (Trans Canada Highway)
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196.8
Services at Highway
South side of highway
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Junction of Highway #116
South to highway #20 (Trans Canada Highway). South to community of Berrteres, QC.
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Photo - View from highway
Highway #73 bridge, crossing the River Saint-Laurent, access to Quebec City. The Saint Lawrence River is the largest estuary in the world, flowing 3,058 kilometres (1,900 miles out of Lake Ontario at a location between Kingston, Ontario and Cape Vincent, New York. The river passes the communities of Gananoque, Brockville, Ogdensburg, Massena, Cornwall, Montreal, Trois-Rivires, and Quebec City before draining into the Gulf of Saint Lawrence.
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Junction of Highway #73
North to Quebec City. South to highway #20 (Trans Canada Highway) Attractions in and around Quebec City, QC: - The Citadelle. This Fortress is called the Gibraltar of America. Construction began in 1820 and continued for thirty years. The Citadelle in a Canadian, National Historic Site. Guided tours of the museum dedicated to the Royal 22e Rgiment (also known as the Van Doos)are available. The Citadelle holds military ceremonies during the summer. - Fortifications of Quebec a National Historic Site of Canada. The Fortification is a imposing rampart that surrounds the city for a distance of 4.6 kilometres (2.9 miles). There is a path with interpretation signs. - Artillery Park Heritage Site, features various defense structures built by the French in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. - Villa Bagatelle - Cartier-Brbeuf National Historic Site of Canada, Located on the shore of the Rivire Saint-Charles the site commemorates the first winter spent by the French navigator, Jacques Cartier, (1535-1536) - National Battlefields Commission. The Pavilion of the Plains of Abraham, features an exhibit showing the history of the Plains of Abraham, QC. - Htel du Parlement; One of the most important historical sites in Qubec City.
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Junction of Highway #175
Access to highway #20, highway #73
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Town of Levis, QC - The city of Levis, QC, is located on the south shore of the St. Lawrence River.
All services. North to Ferry Terminal and ferry that crosses the St. Lawrence River, joining Levis, QC, with Quebec City.
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Point of Interest
Milebymile visited Quebec City via the ferry from Levis. This is an excellant way to go, rather than driving over the bridge west of Levis and trying to find a parking spot in a rather congested area. For a few dollars one can park your vehicle in the terminal parking lot and cross the ferry as a walk on passenger, the ferry stops at the oldest part of Quebec City (easy walking distance)
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Photo - View from ferry
Looking at Quebec City skyline from ferry crossing the River Saint-Laurent.
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Photo - View from ferry
Looking at skyline of Levis from the River Saint-Laurent.
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Photo of old Quebec City
Tourist area not far from ferry terminal to Levis, QC.
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Junction of Highway #173
West to Levis , Sorel-Tracy. East to Riviere-du-Loup, Province of New Brunswick