East Aldfield, Quebec

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East Aldfield is a small hamlet in the Outaouais region of Quebec, Canada, part of the Municipality of La Pêche.[1] It is located approximately fifty miles north-west of Ottawa, on the Cleo Fournier Road, north of the intersection with Quebec Route 366.

Among the small businesses located there are Le Boisé Alternatives, a renewable energy company, and the Pontiac Golf Course, a popular nine-hole course founded by Mr. Emile Legros, who was also the owner of the Chateau Louise, named in honour of his daughter Louise Legros.


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Coordinates: 45°44′45″N 76°11′00″W / 45.74583°N 76.18333°W / 45.74583; -76.18333