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Antoine-Labelle RCM, Quebec (Canada)


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[Antoine-Labelle RCM flag] image by Olivier Touzeau, 17 June 2020

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The Municipality

Antoine-Labelle is a regional county municipality located in the Laurentides region of Quebec, Canada. Its seat is Mont-Laurier. It is named for François-Xavier-Antoine Labelle (1833-1891), a Roman Catholic priest and the person principally responsible for the settlement of the Laurentians. He is also referred to as "Curé Labelle" and sometimes, the "King of the North."

There are 28 subdivisions in the RCM:

Cities and Towns



11 unorganized territories

Description of the flag

The flag of Antoine-Labelle RCM is white with logo, see:

Olivier Touzeau, 17 June 2020

The logo was unveiled on 26 January 2016 during the year's first council of the MRC.
The logo symbolizes a landscape where the triangle's upper part represents stability and force, while their lower part, curved downwards like waves, represents the MRC human values. The triangles also recall the territory's trees, mountains, valleys and bodies of water. The logo is accentuated by the different green, blue and turquoise shapes.
The balance of the shades, light in the upper part and dark in the lower part, conveys depth, like when looking to the horizon; when a gradation of darkest to lightest shades is perceived. This reflects the MRC's vast Nordic territory.

The typeface belongs to the Agenda family, from top to bottom:
Agenda Bold Extra Condensed
Agenda Medium Extra Condensed
Agenda Light Extra Condensed.
Norms' Guide, 2016
Ivan Sache, 15 February 2022