Estrie

Sherbrooke Quebec List of regions of Quebec
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Estrie
LocationEstrie.png
CountryCanada Canada
ProvinceQuebec Quebec
Regional County
Municipalities (RCM) and Equivalent
Territories (ET)
Government
 • Regional conference of elected officersJacques Demers (President)
Area
 • Land10,212.00 km2 (3,942.88 sq mi)
Population
 (2016)[1]
 • Total319,004
 • Density31.2/km2 (81/sq mi)
Demonym(s)Estrien(ne)
Time zoneUTC-5 (EST)
 • Summer (DST)UTC-4 (EDT)
Postal code
Area code819
Websiteestrie.gouv.qc.ca

The Estrie (French pronunciation: ​[ɛstʁi]) is an administrative region of southern Quebec that mostly overlaps the Eastern Townships (though not entirely). Estrie, a French neologism, was coined as a derivative of est, "east".

The region has a land area of 10,212.00 km² (3,942.88 sq mi) and a population of 319,004 inhabitants as of the 2016 Census.[1] Its largest population centre is the city of Sherbrooke. Estrie also has numerous natural parks.

Demographics

Economy

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Subdivisions

Regional County Municipalities

Regional County Municipality (RCM) Population
2016 Canadian Census[2]
Land Area Density
(pop. per km2)
Seat of RCM
Coaticook 18,497 1,339.80 km2 (517.30 sq mi) 13.8 Coaticook
Le Granit 21,462 2,735.21 km2 (1,056.07 sq mi) 7.8 Lac-Mégantic
Le Haut-Saint-François 22,335 2,273.39 km2 (877.76 sq mi) 9.8 Cookshire-Eaton
Le Val-Saint-François 30,686 1,403.43 km2 (541.87 sq mi) 21.9 Richmond
Les Sources 14,286 787.13 km2 (303.91 sq mi) 18.1 Asbestos
Memphrémagog 50,415 1,319.29 km2 (509.38 sq mi) 38.2 Magog

Equivalent Territory

Equivalent Territory (ET) Population
2016 Canadian Census[2]
Land Area Density
(pop. per km2)
Seat of ET
Sherbrooke 161,323 367.10 km2 (141.74 sq mi) 456.0 Sherbrooke

Major communities

School Districts

Francophone:

Anglophone:

See also

References

  1. ^ a b c d "Census Profile, 2016 Census: Estrie [Economic region], Quebec". Statistics Canada. Retrieved November 22, 2019.
  2. ^ a b "Population and Dwelling Count Highlight Tables, 2016 Census". Statistics Canada. Retrieved December 4, 2019.