Lac-Simon, Abitibi-Témiscamingue, Quebec

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Not to be confused with Lac-Simon, Outaouais, Quebec.

Lac-Simon is an Indian reserve and lake in Abitibi-Témiscamingue, Quebec.

There are also a number of residential cottages and summer houses around the lake. It is about 15 miles long and 2 miles wide with a large island containing a smaller pond itself. There are several small islands on it, some of which are large enough to camp on.

In the 1950s a small rc-3 sea bee with four people on board crashed and sank in very deep water in lake simon. In 2007 the aircraft was discovered in 150 ft. of water.[1]

The return of deer to the area was featured in an episode of Lorne Greene's New Wilderness in the mid-1980s.

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Coordinates: 48°3′41.4″N 77°21′39.2″W / 48.061500°N 77.360889°W / 48.061500; -77.360889