Gatineau Power Company

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Gatineau Power Company

Gatineau Power Company was an electricity generation and distribution company in Quebec, Canada.[1][2]

It was originally a subsidiary of Canadian Pacific and later of International Paper. Its operations included a streetcar company which served Hull, Quebec.

The company disappeared as a separate organization after it and other investor-owned electric companies were acquired by Hydro-Québec as part of the nationalization of electricity in Quebec in 1963.

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  • Gatineau Power Company. Un quart de siècle de progrès et de service./ 1951? 16 p.; 29 cm.
  • Gatineau Power Company. Trente-cinq ans de progrès et de service. 1961? 16 p.; 28 cm

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