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Administrative divisions of Quebec

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Administrative divisions of Quebec

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Contents

  • Usage 1
    • Optional parameters 1.1
  • Criteria for inclusion of municipalities 2
  • Microformat 3
  • See also 4

Usage

Use in articles regarding Communities and subdivisions of Quebec.

Optional parameters

state
  • to force collapsed state of the navigational box
  • to force expanded state of the navigational box
Additional lines
  • for the hub cities of all census agglomerations in Quebec.
  • for List of regional county municipalities and equivalent territories in Quebec, displays a line with counties in Quebec.
  • for Regions of Quebec, displays a line with regions in Quebec.
  • ; region can take the following values:
    • region= 01 or Bas-Saint-Laurent displays a line with municipalities, RCMs and TEs in Bas-Saint-Laurent
    • region= 02 or Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean displays a line with municipalities, RCMs and TEs in Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean
    • region= 03 or Capitale-Nationale displays a line with municipalities, RCMs and TEs in Capitale-Nationale
    • region= 04 or Mauricie displays a line with municipalities, RCMs and TEs in Mauricie
    • region= 05 or Estrie displays a line with municipalities, RCMs and TEs in Estrie
    • region= 06 or Montreal displays a line with municipalities, RCMs and TEs in Montréal (region)
    • region= 07 or Outaouais displays a line with municipalities, RCMs and TEs in Outaouais
    • region= 08 or Abitibi-Témiscamingue displays a line with municipalities, RCMs and TEs in Abitibi-Témiscamingue
    • region= 09 or Côte-Nord displays a line with municipalities in, RCMs and TEs Côte-Nord
    • region= 10 or Nord-du-Québec displays a line with municipalities, RCMs and TEs in Nord-du-Québec
    • region= 11 or Gaspésie–Îles-de-la-Madeleine displays a line with municipalities, RCMs and TEs in Gaspésie–Îles-de-la-Madeleine
    • region= 12 or Chaudière-Appalaches displays a line with municipalities, RCMs and TEs in Chaudière-Appalaches
    • region= 13 or Laval displays a line with municipalities, RCMs and TEs in Laval region
    • region= 14 or Lanaudière displays a line with municipalities, RCMs and TEs in Lanaudière
    • region= 15 or Laurentides displays a line with municipalities, RCMs and TEs in Laurentides
    • region= 16 or Montérégie displays a line with municipalities, RCMs and TEs in Montérégie
    • region= 17 or Centre-du-Québec displays a line with municipalities, RCMs and TEs in Centre-du-Québec
Example

will produce:

Criteria for inclusion of municipalities

  • in list of "major cities": either a census metropolitan area or big enough to be one on its own if it weren't already part of another CMA (usually, population ≥100,000).
  • in list of "other cities": hub city of a census agglomeration.
  • in regional lists: for most regions, status of "ville" (V), or population of at least 5,000 in 2006 census, highlighted if 10,000 or over; for Montréal and Laval, all municipalities; for Nord-du-Québec, status of ville (V), or population at least 1,000 in 2006 census, highlighted if over 2,000; for Montérégie, population at least 10,000 in 2006 census, highlighted if over 25,000.

Microformat

The produced by this template includes an adr microformat that makes postal addresses or their component parts (regions, postal codes, country names, etc) readily parsable by computer programs. This aids tasks such as the cataloguing of articles and maintenance of databases. For more information about the use of microformats on WorldHeritage, please visit .
Classes used

The HTML classes this microformat uses include:

  • adr
  • country-name
  • extended-address
  • locality
  • postal-code
  • region
  • street-address
Please do not rename or remove these classes.

See also

QC
Subdivisions of Provinces and territories of Canada templates
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