Guerin

The municipality of Guerin is located in the Abitibi-Temiscamingue administrative region. The village is located in the Temiscamingue County. It has a population of 300.

Des Quinze Lake occupies a large part of municipal territory Guerin is born in 1872 with the arrival of logging.

The township of Guerin is proclaimed in 1904, but the first settler, Mr. Ovide Falardeau, comes to the township in autumn of 1907. Other families would follow suit in the following spring. Gurin owes its name to James John Guerin, Member of Legislative Assembly (Parliament) of Quebec.

Guerin has several infrastructures offering municipal services. There are a few tourist attraction here, such as an interesting Museum of Guerin, snowmobile trails, Oasis Marsh and so on.

The Museum of Guerin is considered one of the most interesting patriomonial sites of interest. It’s located in an octagonal shaped house that was built in 1910. The municipality of Guerin aspires to see revive a place of gathering within the village, such as the restaurant/convenience store.

Furthermore, Guerin aims its efforts toward finding entrepreneurs to help the village to become one of the tourist centres of Temiscamingue. Tourists can reach Guerin by the road that connects the village to Nedelec. This road leads to the Trans-Canada Highway 101 and the Road 391.

Adresse of Guerin:

516, rue St-Gabriel Ouest C.P. 1040 Guerin J0Z 2E0

Phone : 819 784-7011

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