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Dynamic companies that care about a great quality of life!

The Haute-Gaspésie region offers outstanding potential for manufacturers and industries. The information below showcases the energy and drive that the CLD staff devotes to providing a wide range of high quality services to entrepreneurs and investors.

In addition to the CLD providing the tools, support and resources you need to establish your business here, the Haute-Gaspésie offers you and your employees an exceptional quality of life.


A helping hand!

A host of financial resources are available to you!

Because of the Gaspésie’s status as a resource region, companies that invest here are eligible for financial assistance from the provincial and federal governments through special programs to foster economic development.


Industrial Parks

For some companies industrial parks represent the ideal location to start a new business. For others, they offer great sites to relocate or expand their operations. In addition, very attractive conditions may be available to companies planning projects with strong job-creation potential. The staff of the CLD de La Haute-Gaspésie works diligently and discretely to facilitate the establishment of new businesses within the existing industrial parks or elsewhere.

Industrial Park of the City of Cap-Chat

The gateway to the RCM of the Haute-Gaspésie, the city of Cap-Chat offers new industrial sites located less than 500 metres from downtown Cap-Chat.

Owner: City of Cap-Chat
Total area: 83 hectares
Available space: 55 hectares
Available services: Water, sewer and infrastructure assets; electricity from Hydro-Quebec.

Industrial Park of the City of Sainte-Anne-des-Monts


Strategically located less than five minutes from downtown and the airport, right on Route 132, the industrial park in Sainte-Anne-des-Monts offers great opportunities on existing buildings.

Owner: City of Sainte-Anne-des-Monts
Total area: More than nine hectares
Available services: Water, sewer and infrastructure assets; electricity from Hydro-Quebec.

The City also has several building sites close to the airport, with all services — including fibre optic connections — for future business projects.



The city of Sainte-Anne-des-Monts has an airport equipped with ARCAL, GPS approach and NDB systems to facilitate aircraft landing approaches, as well as an automated AWOS III weather tower.

The asphalt runway is 3,977 feet long and 90 feet wide, and is kept clear at all times. Fuel services (100 LL and Jet B) are also available.

The airport can accommodate diverse aircraft, including private planes and air carriers with a 10- to 30-seat capacity. There is also a heliport area.

Note: There is also a regional airport in Mont-Joli, less than 150 kilometres away. With 370 hectares of land, the Mont-Joli Airport has two runways: runway 06-24 at 5,000 feet and runway 15-33, 3,954 feet.