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Laurentides Administrative Region (Quebec) (Canada)
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1966: Montréal Administrative Region created.
1987: The Administrative Regions of Laval,
Laurentides, Lanaudière and Montérégie are created out of Montréal.
Counties (7 MRC, 1 TE):
Municipal flag information
Luc Baronian, 22 May 2005
- Ville de Bellefeuille (1966-2002, Rivière-du-Nord):
This city has been a part of Saint-Jérôme since 2002. I saw a white flag
(possibly with the logo) on the website in December 2000.
- Municipalité du canton de Gore (Argenteuil):
I saw a white flag (possibly with the logo) on the website (December
- Municipalité du canton de Grenville
This municipality was merged to its neighbor in 2002 to form the new
municipality of Grenville-sur-la-Rouge. I saw a white flag with coat of
arms in December 2000.
- Village de L'Annonciation (Antoine-Labelle):
This village is now part of Rivière-Rouge. In the Summer of 1999, I saw a
white 1:2 flag with a coat of arms and lettering.
- Municipalité de Pointe-Calumet (Deux-Montagnes):
On the city website, there were two flags flying in front of city hall:
one white with perhaps the coat of arms; the other flying below on the
same staff is vertically white and blue with a symbol on each half
by Dave Fowler, 14 February 2022