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Toitures Lemay

LEMAY ROOFING IS A LOCALLY OWNED BUSINESS IN THE OTTAWA-GATINEAU AREA THAT WAS FOUNDED BY CURRENT OWNER JP LEMAY IN 2010.

Toitures Lemay

12 Rue Jubilée
Gatineau QC J9H 4S9
Canada

(613) 915-9991

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Our goal is to provide the client with an enjoyable experience when re-roofing. We will do everything we can to ensure that you are satisfied, from the moment you hear about us until the job is completed and beyond. Always addressing any questions or concerns you may have.
Our bilingual team of qualified estimators and skilled roofers will work with you from beginning to end to provide quality workmanship delivered in a timely manner.
We are committed to delivering a professional service based on accessibility, flexibility and efficiency.

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About Gatineau

Gatineau ( GAT-in-oh; French: [ɡatino]) is a city in southwestern Quebec, Canada. It is located on the northern bank of the Ottawa River, immediately across from Ottawa, Ontario. Gatineau is the largest city in the Outaouais administrative region of Quebec and is also part of Canada's National Capital Region. As of 2021, Gatineau is the fourth-largest city in Quebec with a population of 291,041, and it is part of the Ottawa-Gatineau census metropolitan area with a population of 1,488,307 making it the fourth largest in Canada.Gatineau is coextensive with a territory equivalent to a regional county municipality (TE) and census division (CD) of the same name, whose geographical code is 81. It is the seat of the judicial district of Hull.It is also the most bilingual (French-English) city in Canada. == Toponomy == In 1613, during his first passage on the Ottawa River, the great explorer Samuel de Champlain was the first European to speak of "the river that comes from the north", traveled for millennia by Aboriginals, but he did not name it. In 1721, Canadian surveyor Noël Beaupré recorded the river, but did not give it a name. In short, the name Gatineau was not used in New France.In fact, it was not until 1783 that the river was mentioned as Lettinoe in a report by Lieutenant David Jones to the Governor of Quebec, Sir Frederic Haldimand. In 1817, a map by Theodore Davis shows Gatteno, a name taken up with Gatino, Gateno and Gattino on plans by Philemon Wright, the founder of Hull Township, and by Lieutenant-Colonel John By, the engineer responsible for building the Rideau Canal. It was not until 1821 that the name Gatineau first appeared on a map of Nepean Township, Ontario.

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