Our underground spring and adjacent facilities are located in Saint-Élie-de-Caxton, a picturesque little village of some two thousand residents located in the heart of the Mauricie region, a small Canadian community in eastern Canada. Known throughout the French-speaking world for the tales, folk legends, songs, and poems of Fred Pellerin, one of the artists of the community of Saint-Élie-de-Caxton, tourists flock to the village to discover, among other things, the elf traverse and the ” pink peppermint ” tree. Proud of its 150 year old heritage, the village enjoys a protected natural environment, lakes renowned for their purity, multicolored mountains, and an underground spring with an exemplary freshness. 

Located in an exceptional geological environment, benefiting from a privileged geographical situation, and occupying fully integrated facilities, Les Sources Saint-Élie Inc. is strategically located near the vast majority of its local suppliers.