Passage of time
In moving their operations and village from Magpie, the Dubreuil brothers sought to establish a larger village with better amenities to ensure the comfort of its residents. Eighteen new modern family homes were immediately built along the main street followed by a school, a service station, a dormitory and a kitchen for the single employees.
At that time, the village consisted only of the upper part of what exists today. While the first houses and the service station still stand, the rest of the town that is now Dubreuilville was cleared and built later as the lumber company grew and employed more workers.