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Located at the mouth of the Gulf of St. Lawrence


World-class logistical infrastructures: largest mineral port in North America | Highly efficient railway network.


Hub for travellers: 3rd-busiest airport in Quebec


Vast and accessible industrial zones
(over 4,000 hectares available)


Ideal for the development of projects in the primary and secondary sectors


Presence of large multinational companies
in the region:

Strong and diversified network of SMEs


Abundance of natural resources
(water, minerals, forests)


Access to liquefied natural gas | Emerging energy sources in the vicinity


Fisheries
(catching and processing industry)


Government services on site


Green renewable energy easily available

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Knowledge hub: education, research, and innovation institutions
 

Workforce specialized in industrial fields
 

Canada and Quebec: strict regulations focused on sustainability and progressive practices | Stable political environment

 

Rich cultural hub (indigenous and non-indigenous communities)  3 spoken languages (French, English, Innu-aimun)


Sept-Îles is at the heart of the government’s economic development strategies