February 25, 1998
Saint-Ludger, Quebec Wikipedia
Saint-Ludger is a municipality in the Municipalité régionale de comté du Granit in Beauce, Quebec, Canada on the Canada–United States border. Population is 1,197 as of 2006.
The municipality of Saint-Ludger was created in 1998 from the amalgamation of the village of Saint-Ludger, the municipality of Risborough and the township of Gayhurst-Partie-Sud-Est. The first settlers arrived in the area before 1863. It is named in honour of Ludger of Utrecht, the first bishop of Münster in the 9th century.