Rivière du Nord (Laurentides)
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|Rivière du Nord|
Rivière du Nord at Piedmont, Quebec
|Main source||Lac Brûlé, Quebec|
|River mouth||Ottawa River|
Rivière du Nord is a river in the Laurentides region that flows into the Ottawa River. The oldest bridge over the river was constructed by William Shaw (1805–1894) near the village of Shawbridge, now part of the town of Prévost.
- Commission de toponymie du Québec - Topos sur le Web - Rivière du Nord Archived September 15, 2008, at the Wayback Machine.
- Atlas of Canada
- Commission de toponymie du Quebec - Topos sur le Web - village de Shawbridge Archived September 15, 2008, at the Wayback Machine.
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