Population (2006): 874
Surface area: 82,36 sq.km
Major: Jean-Pierre Gratton
The municipality of Saint-Épiphane is centrally located in the Rivère-du-Loup MRC and is 25 km southeast of the town of the same name. Saint-Épiphane is mostly agricultural and its CLSC Rivières et Marées (healthcare services) branch serves the surrounding municipalities. There is a variety of landscapes visible in and around the village which extend from north to south. From the very agricultural rivière Verte (Green River) valley, the land rises progressively towards the more forested Appalachian plateau. From the height of the 4th rang (concession road), you can see the mountains of the Charlevoix region, across the St. Lawrence.
The territory and name of Saint-Épiphane still carry traces of the ancient Malecite Amerindian reserve located northeast of the village and which was expropriated in 1869 for the regions settlers.