Lonely Planet review
This was once the world's biggest pulp mill. A guided tour and exhibitions explain the mill's history and its pivotal role in the development of a town that increased its population from 708 in 1899 to 4255 in 1929. The site also features the House of Arthur Villeneuve , now a museum. The barber-artist painted the entire building inside and out like a series of canvases in his bright, naive folk style.