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1675, avenue Larivière Rouyn-Noranda (Québec) J9Y 0G6

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For visitors

It’s no secret. In Rouyn-Noranda, there is never a dull moment!

We have created this page to satisfy your curiosity and allow you to discover the locals’ favourite places and activities!

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My husband and I love to have breakfast together: we love the St-Exupéry in Rouyn. The eggs Benedict are simply fabulous, the coffee is excellent and the atmosphere is great!

Judith Létourneau citizen

Le Gisement, for a sweet treat with family or friends!

Martine Gélinas Resident

Our gourmet address: The Moulin Noir! The welcome, the service, the quality of the place and what can I say about the food… We always celebrate our birthdays at Moulin Noir.

Francine Bachand Resident

RécréOsisko is my treasure! It gives access to multiple ways to discover our iconic lake. It’s amazing to be able to move through the city, a body of water and the forest in the same activity that is either free or low cost in winter as well as in summer.

Noémie C. Boudreault Resident

The Pâtissières de Ruelle! For the vintage decor and their fabulous cupcakes.

Laurie G. Resident

The Collines Kekeko, a great place to escape for a few moments in nature. It’s 15 minutes from downtown and there are several levels of difficulty for the trails. I enjoy it in summer and winter.

Hubert C. Resident

In my favorites, there is the microbrewery Trèfle Noir to try new beers and their nachos with jerky.

Fanny T. Resident

My treasure is the Bar-Librairie Livresse to take a break and enjoy a glass of wine and read a book.

Karine C Resident

My favorite is the Joannès Adventure Park and its tree-to-tree course. After being hot, you can even go swimming at the beach just next door.

Samuel G. Resident

I love to have a hot chocolate at Le Gisement after walking the bike path near Osisko Lake. It’s important to do it in this order, it’s the best remedy for mental fatigue due to work and studies.

Gabrielle C. Resident

For locals

Do you have a best-kept secret just waiting to be revealed to the public? We’re curious to know about the places and activities you treasure most! Submit your best-kept secret here.

02Free Permits for Tourists & Parking

Free Permits for Tourists

You are visiting Rouyn-Noranda? Ask the team at the Tourist Information Office for details about the 3-day free parking pass for visitors from outside Abitibi-Témiscamingue. Contact us !

 

Where are the public parking lots located?

The City of Rouyn-Noranda uses both parking meters and pay-and-display units.

Interactive parking map

Click here to consult the interactive parking map

Parking meters and pay-and-display units

Click here to find out their location and operating hours

 

Winter overnight parking and snow removal

Under municipal bylaw, it is forbidden to park your vehicle on a public road between 2:00 a.m. and 7:00 a.m. from November 1 to April 1, inclusively, in order to facilitate snow removal operations. During the winter period, the City of Rouyn-Noranda makes a few parking spaces available to visitors.

Click here for more information

03Map, Brochure & Guide

Download our  documents to improve the quality of your visit.

Tourist Map of Rouyn-Noranda

Tourist Guide of Rouyn-Noranda

04Shopping

Fancy a shopping spree?? There are plenty of opportunities for window shopping.

Quartier Centre

The Quartier Centre is sure to charm you with its three streets comprised of 200 stores, service businesses, restaurants and entertainment venues. In summer, an entire section is converted into a pedestrian zone where a host of activities and services unlike any other in the region are offered.

www.sdcrn.com

 

Shopping Centres

You prefer to avoid the risk of getting caught in bad weather? Rouyn-Noranda has two distinct shopping centres. Inaugurated in 1972, Place Rouanda was not only the first shopping centre to open its doors in Abitibi-Témiscamingue, but it was also the first one built north of Montréal. Some fifteen stores and major retail chains have established themselves there.

www.placerouanda.com

With nearly forty stores, including major retail chains and local, independent stores, Les Promenades du Cuivre is the largest shopping centre in the region.

www.lespromenadesducuivre.ca

 

Big-Box Stores

For those of you who prefer shopping in big-box stores, your needs will be met in the Senator Development located at the western limit of Rouyn-Noranda’s urban core. Here you will find giants like Walmart, Canadian Tire and Rona.

05Electric Charging Stations

Exploring Rouyn-Noranda by electric car is easy! Our public charging stations are strategically located to enable you to discover the city centre on foot while your vehicle recharges.

Electric Charging Stations

Find a station in Rouyn-Noranda

Click here to find a station

Consult the Electric Circuit

Click here to consult the Electric Circuit

06City Bus & Taxis

City Bus

To get around town in Rouyn-Noranda, you can opt for public transportation; the city buses can take you on a number of different routes at a low cost:

Click here to consult the City Bus schedule

 

Need a taxi?

Taxi COOP :
819 762-1733
taxicoop.net

07Boat Launches / Fishing

Numerous boat launches and docks are available all over the territory of Rouyn-Noranda for fishing or recreational boating. Here is a list of the municipal boat launches and docks:

Click here to consult the boat launches list

All there is to know about fishing in Quebec

Click here to know about fishing in Quebec

Fishing in zone 13

Click here to know about fishing in zone 13

Fishing in the region’s outfitters

Click here to consult the outfitters list

Cleaning of recreational equipment

Click here to learn about cleaning of recreational equipment

Location of boat wash stations

Click here to consult the location of boat wash stations