Quebec Route 167

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Route 167
Route information
Maintained by Transports Québec
Length: 411.8 km[1] (255.9 mi)
Major junctions
South end: Route 169 in Saint-Félicien
  Route 113 in Chibougamau
North end: Lac-Albanel
Major cities: Saint-Félicien, Chibougamau
Highway system

Quebec provincial highways

Route 165 Route 169

Route 167 is an isolated provincial highway in Quebec, Canada. It begins at the shore of Lac Saint-Jean in Saint-Félicien. It proceeds north-west to Chibougamau 232 km (144.2 mi) away. There are no services along this long stretch. At Chibougamau, the highway turns north-east towards Mistissini.

Maps are conflicting about the northernmost extent of this highway. The latest provincial road map[2] shows the highway ending 16 km (9.9 mi) south of Mistissini, while the pavement does continue to the town itself. According to Ministère des transports publication "Distances routières", the route continues up as far as Lac-Albanel, east of Lac Mistassini.

Municipalities along Route 167[edit]


The Quebec Department of Transportation has proposed to extend Route 167 North, in the direction of the Otish Mountains, approximately 250 km to the northeast of Albanel Lake.[3]

Construction began in February 2012. The 240 km extension to the Stornaway Renard Mine was completed in 2014.[4]

The first deliveries of liquified natural gas, by truck, with the new road where made on June 2016 to the Renard Mine.[5]

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