About La Romaine
It is with the arrival of two pioneers from Berthier who came to settle around the village as fishermen, that “La Romaine” was born! Mr. George Métivier and Mr. Jean-Baptiste Guillemette settled there definitively in 1860.
The neighbouring islands already hosted fishermen’s families during the long summers. These families naturally migrated to the village and settled there permanently.
It was in 1953 that members of the Innu nation began to settle in the village. This is the start of a great cohabitation.
In the village, currently, in order to remember their story, we have a museum rich in storytelling on our origins and in the way of life of our ancestors. We also offer you, the expertience of a natural campsite nestled in the heart of the village, near services and along an absolutely magnificent pedestrian path. A simple walk in the village will teach you much more than a dozen books! The warm welcome from the curious population is eager to share their joie de vivre.
What are you waiting for? Come visit us!
Services and businesses directory
Directory of services, businesses, associations and organisations for La Romaine (G0G 1M0).
179 chemin du Quai
Hôtel Madame Ruby Inc
132 chemin du Quai
Duplex Hôtel Madame Ruby Inc.
126 chemin du Quai
Les Entreprises Henry Jenniss
12 chemin du Ruisseau
Sureté du Québec
14 chemin de Gethsémani
12 chemin de Gethsémani
Casse-Croûte Le Snack
114 chemin du Quai
Centre de services Desjardins de la Romaine
122 chemin du Quai
47 chemin de Gethsémani
125 chemin du Quai
La Route Blanche
La Route Blanche is a snowmobile trail that facilitates travel for the residents of the Basse-Côte-Nord during the winter period. It is the only continuous land link between Natashquan and Blanc-Sablon.
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Annual water quality assessment
For the period of January 1st to December 31, 2022
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By-laws and policies
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