66, rue Notre-Dame
This village has for a long time borne the name of the river that virtually gave birth to it : the L’Achigan. L’Épiphanie is best known, in fact, for cigar making. In 1895 the Bourdon family settled here to produce cigars, and the business prospered, creating employment for many local people. Of interest to visitors is the Parc du Barrage, a good place in summer for canoe touring and pedalboating, and for skating and cross-country skiing in winter. The snowy season also features the Lanaudière International dog-sledding race. L’Épiphanie has some attractive art galleries and an antique dealers, as well as a golf club.