Côte-Nord

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Côte-Nord
Region
Map of Côte-Nord in relation to Quebec.
Coordinates: 50°26′06″N 63°42′09″W / 50.4350°N 63.7025°W / 50.4350; -63.7025Coordinates: 50°26′06″N 63°42′09″W / 50.4350°N 63.7025°W / 50.4350; -63.7025
Country Canada Canada
Province Quebec Quebec
Area
 • Total 247,627.06 km2 (95,609.34 sq mi)
Population (2001)
 • Total 97,766

Côte-Nord (French for "Northern Coast", area 247,627.06 km², or 95,609.34 sq mi) is the second largest administrative region by land area in Quebec, Canada. It covers much of the northern shore of the Saint Lawrence River's estuary and the Gulf of Saint Lawrence past Tadoussac. At the 2006 census it had a resident population of 95,911 inhabitants.

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