Sainte-Anne River

The Sainte-Anne River is a river in the province of Québec; it is a tributary of the St. Lawrence River.

It is well known for ice fishing, with the primary catch being Tommy Cod, (poulamon in French), during the winter at Ste-Anne de la Pérade. A small village builds up from the end of December to mid-February.

It is also regionally known for flooding, especially in St-Raymond, and sometimes in St-Casimir.

The river has its source in the Reserve des Laurentides and flows through St-Raymond, St-Casimir and Ste-Anne de la Pérade to empty into the north shore of the Saint Lawrence.

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