Otterburn Park is a Canadian Ville Quebec, located in the regional Municipalité of county of It Valley-of-Richelieu the, in the administrative area of the Montérégie. It is one of the rare cities officially bilingual in Quebec.
In 1848, the Saint-Lawrence and Atlantic Railway builds the bridge of the trains which crosses the Rivière Richelieu. The area currently occupied by the city was initially rural, but it becomes one of the favorite destinations for the picnics of the employees of CN. Thus, several country cottages were built, and possibly people were established in a permanent way there.
- Repertory of the municipalities of Quebec
- Commission of toponymy of Quebec
- municipal Businesses and areas - regional charts
- Official site of the town of Otterburn Park
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