Real Estate in Warwick, Quebec
Learn More About Warwick, Quebec
Warwick is a small town north east of Montreal, located in Arthabaska county, Quebec, Canada. The town was incorporated in 1861 and named after a city of the same name in England.
Up until 2014 the town hosted Quebec's annual summer cheese festival, which showcases many of the locally produced artisanal cheeses. In 2014 the festival was moved to Victoriaville. Warwick is also claimed to be one possible birthplace of the poutine (fries with gravy and cheese curds).
It is an industrial centre, with factories for agricultural machinery, washing-machines, overalls, cheese-boxes, and doors.
Warwick is located on Route 116.