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Encyclopedia > Mauricie

Mauricie is a traditional and current administrative region of Quebec. La Mauricie National Park is contained within the region, making it a prime tourist location.


References

  • Bonjour Quebec (provided by Tourisme Quebec) page on the Mauricie region (http://www.bonjourquebec.com/anglais/regions/mauricie.html)


Regions of Quebec

Abitibi-Témiscamingue | Bas-Saint-Laurent | Capitale-Nationale | Centre-du-Québec | Chaudière-Appalaches | Côte-Nord | Estrie | Gaspésie–Îles-de-la-Madeleine | Lanaudière | Laurentides | Laval | Mauricie | Montérégie | Montréal | Nord-du-Québec | Outaouais | Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean

see also: Regional County Municipalities of Quebec


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Innovation in Canada: Innovation Performance—Mauricie Region (4112 words)
The total population of the Mauricie region went from 265 324 in 1996 to 261 089 in 2001, a decrease of 1.6 percent.
The proportion of jobs for the other occupational groups in the Mauricie is similar to that of the province as a whole, with the exception of arts, culture, sports and leisure, which account for proportionally fewer jobs in the region (1.8 percent vs. 3.1 percent).
Jobs in the management and professional levels are not as prevalent in Mauricie as in Quebec, respectively 8.3 percent and 13.1 percent in the Mauricie vs. 9.5 percent and 16.9 percent for Quebec.
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