Lièvre lēā´vrə [key], river, c.200 mi (320 km) long, rising in Kempt Lake, S Que., Canada, and flowing generally SW into the Ottawa River near Buckingham. Parts of it are navigable. There are five hydroelectric plants along its course two of the most important are at Masson and High Falls.

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