Gatineau[gat′'n ō; Fr gȧ tē nō′]
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city in S Quebec, Canada, near Ottawa: pop. 101,000
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A city of southwest Quebec, Canada, northeast of Hull near the mouth of the Gatineau River, about 386 km (240 mi) long. The river rises in the Laurentian Plateau and flows generally southwest to the Ottawa River. The city is an industrial center. Population: 242,000.