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For the sake of accuracy, it should be mentioned that while it is true that the Lairet River was completely enclosed in a pipe in the late 1960s, work to revitalize the area was carried out in 2008 and restored part of this watercourse for about 300 metres. This section is located in Cartier-Brébeuf Park.

See http://www.toponymie.gouv.qc.ca/ct/ToposWeb/fiche.aspx?no_seq=33640

In 1988, this river gave its name to one of Quebec City's 35 neighbourhoods, located in the borough of La Cité-Limoilou. In 1991, the City of Québec named part of this revitalized site "Lairet Park".

See https://www.ville.quebec.qc.ca/citoyens/patrimoine/toponymie/fiche.aspx?...