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The name was changed in 1923 from Mount Johnson.
Montérégie, derived from the Latin form of the name Mont-Royal (mons regius), owes its name to the five hills that form the boundary between the island of Montreal and the Appalachians. This 11,000 km2 of land abounds in historical events that have shaped the Quebec of today. Discover the diversity of the four separate tourism industries in the region: Suroît, South Shore, Richelieu River and Montérégie-Est.
The South Shore welcomes you to experience the rich heritage of the city's historic districts. Nature lovers will be charmed by the two national parks and the majesty of Saint-Bernard Island. You'll be pleased with the many shopping centres and niche boutiques for an outstanding shopping experience.
The Richelieu River region, which stretches from Lake Champlain to the mouth of the St. Lawrence River, is known for its history and rare flora and fauna in North America. Don't skip the Route du Richelieu, abundant in jewels of nature, culture and heritage.
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