List of Indian Residential Schools in Canada - Quebec


  • Amos Indian Residential School (St. Marc's Indian Residential School) Amos, QC; opened 1948; closed 1965 (RC)
  • Federal Hostel at George River
  • Federal Hostel at Great Whale River (Poste-de-la-Baleine, Kuujjaraapik)
  • Federal Hostel at Payne Bay (Bellin)
  • Federal Hostel at Port Harrison (Inoucdjouac, Innoucdouac)
  • Fort George Hostels (Quebec) for the period of September 1, 1975, to June 30, 1978
  • Fort George (St. Phillip's); opened 1934; closed 1979 (AN)
  • Fort George (St. Joseph's Mission, Residence Couture, Sainte-Thérèse-de-l’Énfant- Jésus); opened 1936; closed 1952 (RC)
  • La Tuque Indian Residential School; opened September 1963; closed June 30, 1978 (AN)
  • Pointe Bleue Indian Residential School; opened 1956; closed 1965 (RC)
  • Sept-Îles (Seven Islands,Notre Dame, Maliotenam); opened 1952; closed 1967 (RC)

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