river in SC Quebec, Canada, flowing southeastward from Lake St. John into the Gulf of St. Lawrence: c. 120 mi (193 km); incl. principal headstream north of Lake St. John, 475 mi (764 km)
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A river, about 201 km (125 mi) long, of southern Quebec, Canada, flowing from Lake St. John eastward to the St. Lawrence River. First visited by Jacques Cartier in 1535, it was long an important route for explorers, missionaries, and fur traders.