Arvida, a planned industrial city, jewel of Saguenay, Québec and Canadian heritage, is known for its unique character and landscape as well as its exceptional architecture and great infrastructures. It was awarded the highest level of heritage recognition, namely “Heritage Site” from the Government of Quebec and is also designated as a National Historic Site by the Government of Canada.

Once known as the home of the greatest aluminum plant in the world, the model town is worth rediscovering today. Meticulously planned from the start, the picturesque landscapes of Arvida reveal a great epic, fantastic adventures, social utopia and lasting memories; unveiling the history of both urban planning and the 20th century.

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  Official City of Saguenay website