Location




Greater Joliette is the administrative capital of the Lanaudiere area and is not only conveniently located near major Canadian and Quebecois highways, but also benefits from outstanding industrial and manufacturing sectors, which are both dynamic and extremely diverse.
The region is easily accessible, prosperous and extremely vibrant.
  • Conveniently located at the heart of the most dynamic province in Canada.
  • A short 45-minute drive away from Montreal.
  • 120 minutes away from Quebec City.
  • 90 minutes away from the US and Ontario borders.

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Location




Greater Joliette is the administrative capital of the Lanaudiere area and is not only conveniently located near major Canadian and Quebecois highways, but also benefits from outstanding industrial and manufacturing sectors, which are both dynamic and extremely diverse.
The region is easily accessible, prosperous and extremely vibrant.
  • Conveniently located at the heart of the most dynamic province in Canada.
  • A short 45-minute drive away from Montreal.
  • 120 minutes away from Quebec City.
  • 90 minutes away from the US and Ontario borders.

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Location




Greater Joliette is the administrative capital of the Lanaudiere area and is not only conveniently located near major Canadian and Quebecois highways, but also benefits from outstanding industrial and manufacturing sectors, which are both dynamic and extremely diverse.

The region is easily accessible, prosperous and extremely vibrant.

  • Conveniently located at the heart of the most dynamic province in Canada.
  • A short 45-minute drive away from Montreal.
  • 120 minutes away from Quebec City.
  • 90 minutes away from the US and Ontario borders.

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Transportation




A strategic location.
LIts proximity to large urban centers such as Montreal and Trois-Rivieres allows easy access to a broad range of transport infrastructure, making it possible to reach more than 4M people within a 100 km radius, which represents over 60% of the Quebec population.

Along Highway 31
  • 15 km away from Highway 40, which connects Montreal to Quebec City.
  • 50 minutes away from the Trans-Canada Highway (Highway 20).

Moreover, the city provides regional access to a sorting center and a public wharf connected to the rest of the continent by three major railway lines and one commercial airfield.

Pierre-Eliott Trudeau

International Airport (Montréal), a 90-minute flight away from Boston and New York City.



Canadian National

and Quebec-Gatineau railway lines.



Montreal and Trois-Rivieres seaports

accessible in less than 60 minutes.

Access to several highways

  • Highway 20 (main axis of the Windsor-Quebec City corridor)
  • Highway 10 (to the Eastern Townships)
  • Highway 30 (to the US borders)
  • Highway 15 and Highway 50 (to Ottawa and the United States).

Transportation




A strategic location.
LIts proximity to large urban centers such as Montreal and Trois-Rivieres allows easy access to a broad range of transport infrastructure, making it possible to reach more than 4M people within a 100 km radius, which represents over 60% of the Quebec population.

Along Highway 31
  • 15 km away from Highway 40, which connects Montreal to Quebec City.
  • 50 minutes away from the Trans-Canada Highway (Highway 20).

Moreover, the city provides regional access to a sorting center and a public wharf connected to the rest of the continent by three major railway lines and one commercial airfield.

Pierre-Eliott Trudeau

International Airport (Montréal), a 90-minute flight away from Boston and New York City.




Canadian National

and Quebec-Gatineau railway lines.



Montreal and Trois-Rivieres seaports

accessible in less than 60 minutes.

Access to several highways

  • Highway 20 (main axis of the Windsor-Quebec City corridor)
  • Highway 10 (to the Eastern Townships)
  • Highway 30 (to the US borders)
  • Highway 15 and Highway 50 (to Ottawa and the United States).

Demographics




The region is rapidly growing and supports the most ambitious corporations.

Demographics




The region is rapidly growing and supports the most ambitious corporations.

Demographics




The region is rapidly growing and supports the most ambitious corporations.

+ 6,8 %

The population increase in the Lanaudière area is among the highest in the province of Quebec (+ 6.8% between 2016 and 2021 vs. 3.8% for Quebec as a whole).

35 %

Increase in immigration rate between 2006 and 2016 (total immigration of 2.7% in 2016).

+ 29,7 %

Prospective population growth between 2011 and 2036 (ISQ).

62 %

Growth in the number of institutions between 2005 and 2016.

+ 4,8 %

Increase in the number of jobs created, a record since 2009.

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