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Victoriaville is the seat of the judicial district of Arthabaska. It was formerly part of Nicolet-Yamaska county, which was abolished in 2002. The town's main industries are agriculture and forestry, although there is also a large paper mill nearby that provides employment for many residents. Victoriaville has one English language school board (SD73) and two French language school boards (Conseil des écoles publiques de l'Est de l'Ontario - CEPEO; Commission scolaire des Samares). The town has three high schools: Laval, Saint-Jean-Bosco and Notre Dame du Rosaire as well as several elementary schools including École Alexandre Taché Elementary School(French), St Joseph Elementary School(English), Ecole Mgr Groulx Catholic School(French)and École Victor Brodeur Public School (English).