Senneterre is a town in the Abitibi-Temiscamingue region of northwestern Quebec, Canada. It is in the Vallee-de-l'Or Regional County Municipality. The town's territory includes a vast undeveloped area stretching from the Bell River to the Mauricie region. There are three schools in this city: St-Paul elementary school, Chanoine-Delisle elementary school and La Concorde High school.
This town centre is mainly surrounded by Parent Lake and Tiblemont Lake. The main street of this city is called 10th Avenue. The arena is named Centre sportif André Dubé. The economy of this city is mainly based on wood exploitation. The completion of the railroad accelerated the development of the place.
In 1914, the Parish of Saint-Paul-de-Senneterre was founded, and in 1919, the place was incorporated as the Township Municipality of Senneterre-Partie-Ouest, named after the township and its relative position therein. It developed into a center for forestry, commerce and tourism.