Châteauguay

Châteauguay is an off-island suburb of Montreal, in southwestern Quebec, located both on the Chateauguay River and Lac St-Louis, which is a section of the St. Lawrence River. The population of the city of Châteauguay as of the 2011 Census was 45,904, and the population centre was 70,812.

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