Welcome to La Pêche!

The Municipality of La Pêche invites you to discover its wealth of opportunities! La Pêche is a hidden jewel nestled in the Gatineau Hills about 20 kilometres north of the City of Gatineau. The Municipality is bordered to the South by Gatineau Park, and the Gatineau River crosses it from the East.

Whether it be Spring, Summer, Autumn, or Winter, the Municipality has something to offer the resident and visitor alike: be they magnificent landscapes, a myriad of lakes and rivers, activities of all kinds and an astonishing vitality.

Everything comes together to make La Pêche a year-round destination!

News items
  • March 1st, 2017

    Wakefield Waterfront Revitalization Project and Borrowing By-Law: Opening of a register


  • February 14 to 25, 2017

    Wakefield Waterfront Revitalization Project

    The Wakefield-La Pêche Chamber will hold two information sessions on the Gatineau River Revitalization Project More...

  • January 26, 2017

    Borrowing By-Law 17-734: Results of the register

    A register was opened on January 25, 2017, regarding a By-Law entitled Règlement d'emprunt 17-734 décrétant une dépense de 400 000 $ et un emprunt de 370 000 $ afin de permettre le projet de revitalisation du secteur riverain de la rivière Gatineau, secteur Wakefield More...

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  • March 14, 2017

    Wakefield spring

    Are you a user of the Wakefield Spring? More...

  • January 6, 2017

    The Municipality of La Pêche Supports the Wakefield Bay Waterfront and Parks Revitalization Project

    Last December 15th, La Pêche Mayor Robert Bussière announced a contribution of 0,000 in support of the revitalization of Wakefield Bay waterfront and parks, a project initiated by the Wakefield-La Pêche Chamber. More...

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council meetings
  • Regular meeting 2017-02-06

    Regular meeting of council 2017-02-06 More...

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