Hello @Charles Desbiens,
Welcome to the Community.
Take a look at git remote command. Run git remote -v to list all remotes, then change/remove the wrong one.
I guess in your case push and fetch URL are different for some reason, and push URL is pointing to the wrong repository. This is not what you want, unless you're using something like Smart Mirroring. In this case you'll need to update the push URL to match the fetch one:
git remote set-url --push origin <correct URL here>
Hope this helps. Let me know if you have any questions.
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