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Trois-Rivières means three rivers in French and may refer to:
- in Canada
- Trois-Rivières, the largest city in the Mauricie region of Quebec, Canada
- Circuit Trois-Rivières, a racetrack in Trois-Rivières, Quebec
- Trois-Rivières (provincial electoral district), a provincial electoral district in Quebec
- Trois-Rivières (electoral district), a federal electoral district in Quebec
- Trois-Rivières (Province of Canada), a defunct electoral district in the Province of Canada (1841-1867)
- Trois-Rivières (Lower Canada), a defunct electoral district in Lower Canada (1792-1838)
- Trois-Rivières (territory equivalent to a regional county municipality), a statistical area
- Trois-Rivières, historically the collective name for the Petitcodiac River, the Memramcook River, and the Shepody Bay in New Brunswick.
- in Guadeloupe
- Canton of Trois-Rivières, canton in the Arrondissement of Basse-Terre on the island of Guadeloupe.
- Trois-Rivières, Guadeloupe, a commune and chef-lieu of the Canton of Trois-Rivières
- in Haiti
- Les Trois Rivières, a river in Haiti
- in Martinique
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