Administrative divisions of Quebec
The province of Quebec is divided into units at the regional, supralocal and local levels. The primary types of subdivision are administrative regions, regional county municipalities (RCMs), metropoli...
List of regions of Quebec
The seventeen administrative regions of Quebec.The province of Quebec, Canada, is officially divided into 17 administrative regions. Traditionally (and unofficially), it is divided into around twent...
List of regions of Quebec - Wikipedia
Regional county municipality
The term regional county municipality or RCM (French: municipalité régionale de comté, MRC) is used in Quebec to refer to one of 87 county-like political entities. In some older English translations ...
Regional county municipality - Wikipedia
Metropolitan Community (Quebec)
There are two metropolitan communities or CMs in the province of Quebec :CMs have responsibility for areas of common interest to their constituent municipalities such as urban planning, economic ...
Local government in Quebec
The lowest unit of local government in Quebec is the local municipality, (Municipalité locale) to distinguish it from the higher-level regional county municipality or RCM, which is also a municipal g...
Types of municipalities in Quebec
The following is a list of the types of local and supralocal territorial units in Quebec, including those used solely for statistical purposes, as defined by the Ministry of Municipal Affairs, Regions...
Types of municipalities in Quebec - Wikipedia
Urban agglomerations of Quebec
An agglomeration, or urban agglomeration, is an administrative subdivision of Quebec at the local level that may group together a number of municipalities which were abolished as independent entities ...
Urban agglomerations of Quebec - Wikipedia
Municipal reorganization in Quebec
The 2000–2006 municipal reorganization in Quebec resulted in large scale amalgamation (merger) of smaller municipalities in Quebec into larger cities. It was undertaken by one administration, and mod...
Municipal reorganization in Quebec - Wikipedia