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If your data is already projected properly into EPSG:26913 (NAD83/UTM13N) or something equivalent, then your problem might simply be that your project is set to WGS84. One easy way to fix this is to right click on a shape/grid that is in your MTM projection and select "Set Project CRS from Layer". If you are use the QGIS tool "Create Grid", you can specify ...


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It looks like you are using a CRS of WGS84, which is EPSG:4326. You need to save as your data into UTM 13N projection, and load that data into fresh QGIS project so it will take by default the projected coordinate of UTM 13 in the QGIS project. Then you can use research tools -> vector grid methods, and choose 1000 (which is 1000 m) grid cell, to create 1 km ...



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