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Rimouski Judicial District is named for the Seigneurie of Rimouski which extended along the St. Lawrence River and the name is derived from the Micmac Indian word meaning “land of the moose”.



N – Baie Comeau District and Gaspe District

E – Gaspe District and New Brunswick 

S – Kamouraska District

W – Baie Comeau District


District:  Rimouski Judicial District

District Seat: 



Palais de Justice – Rimouski


Location:  183 Boulevard de la Cathedrale / Rue Sainte Marie

Built:  1951 – 1953

Style:  Modern

Architect:  Maurice Mainguy

Contractor:  Emile Saint Pierre


Description:  The building faces north and is a three story concrete structure. The building is located on landscaped grounds..


Other Palais de Justice


Amqui   /   Matane   /   Mont Joli



Palais de Justice – Rimouski





Photos taken 2016