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(môN lō`rēā'), town (1991 pop. 7,862), SW Que., Canada, on the Lièvre River, N of Ottawa. Located in the Laurentian Mts., it is a winter resort in a lumbering and potato-growing region and has a hydroelectric-power station.
TSX-V: BKR)( "Berkwood") is pleased to release the review of historical data and results from check assays on its recently acquired Peter Lake Copper Property (the "Property"), located 90 km north of Mont-Laurier, Quebec.