Situated at the junction of TransCanada Highway 11, of the Ontario Northland railway and the Missinaïbi River, half-way between Toronto and Winnipeg, Mattice – Val Côté is an Ontario French community with a residential vocation where it is good to live.
If you would like to know specifics about our community, you can also browse the Nordaski web site.
The monument at the right has been erected in October 1977 by the Municipality of Mattice – Val Côté with financial assistance from the Government of Canada and the Province of Ontario. Realised from an original image from Florence Dupéré, this sculpture called “The Missinaïbi Traveller” is the work of sculptor Denys Heppell of St-Jean-Port-Joli, Quebec.
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