Ashuaps is a North American version of the Loch Ness Monster that originated from Québec, Canada. It was believed to live in the Ashuapmushuan River which flows into Lac Saint-Jean, hence the beast's name. It was described to be 10-60 feet in length, and its colour is deep blue or black.
This creature has been sighted since ancient times, but sightings have continued until present day.
- In 1978, Marcel Tardif and his wife saw a blackish animal, 50–60 feet long, off Scott Point.
- In the same day as above, something overturned a canoe paddled by Michel Verreault, his wife, and daughter.