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Audet is a municipality in the Le Granit Regional County Municipality in the Estrie region of Quebec, Canada. Population is 724 as of the Canada 2011 Census.
Although the post office has been known has Audet since 1894, named after Michel Audet, the first postmaster, the municipality was known as Saint-Hubert-de-Spaulding until 1959, referring to the township of Spaulding, in which it is located.
Audet sits on a plateau at 535 metres in altitude in the Appalachians, making it one of the highest municipalities in Quebec.