Sainte-Catherine-de-la-Jacques-Cartier is a city in Québec, located in the regional county municipality of La Jacques-Cartier, in the administrative region of Capitale-Nationale. The Jacques-Cartier River passes through the city.
Local attractions include bicycle paths, the Anne-Hébert social and cultural centre, the ice hotel and the Duchesnay inn. The city also has a youth centre and an elementary school with three buildings.
The city is named after Catherine Nau de La Boissière et de Fossambault, a noblewoman of New France.