Lac La Blanche

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Lac La Blanche
Forêt-la-Blanche Lac la Blanche.JPG
Location Mulgrave-et-Derry / Mayo, Papineau Regional County Municipality, Quebec
Coordinates 45°43′25″N 75°19′10″W / 45.72361°N 75.31944°W / 45.72361; -75.31944Coordinates: 45°43′25″N 75°19′10″W / 45.72361°N 75.31944°W / 45.72361; -75.31944
Primary inflows Inlet River
Primary outflows Blanche River
Basin countries Canada
Max. length 4 km (2.5 mi)
Max. width 2.8 km (1.7 mi)
Islands 5

Lac La Blanche (French, meaning "White Lake") is a small lake located on the boundary between Mulgrave-et-Derry and Mayo, Quebec, Canada. The lake has three islands.

A 20.52 square kilometres (7.92 sq mi) area between its eastern shores and Lac Britannique (Britannia Lake) is protected in the Forêt-la-Blanche Ecological Reserve. This area contains a rare old-growth forest and many endangered plant species.[1]

Fish species: mostly Largemouth bass, Yellow Perch, Sunfish, Catfish, and trout.

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  1. ^ La Blanche Forest Ecological Reserve (retrieved: 2009-03-03)