Synonyms for amqui or Related words with amqui

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Examples of "amqui"
Amqui, homes forts dans la vallé, Semi-Pro, 4th place
Amqui railway station is located on Boulevard Saint-Benoît Boulevard Ouest in the town of Amqui, Quebec, Canada. The station is a heated and semi-staffed shelter equipped with washrooms and is wheelchair-accessible. Amqui is served by Via Rail's "Ocean", and Montreal – Gaspé train. Both trains share the same rail line between Montreal and Matapédia.
Amqui, Hommes forts dans la vallé Semi-Pro, 2nd place
On July 6, 2011, the station applied to add a new FM transmitter at Amqui. The proposed transmitter in Amqui was to be operated at 92.7 MHz; the application was withdrawn on September 23, 2011.
Provincially, Amqui is represented by Pascal Bérubé in the Matane-Matapédia electoral district.
CFVM-FM is a French-language Canadian radio station located in Amqui, Quebec.
In January 1991, the Parish Municipality of Saint-Benoît-Joseph-Labre was merged into the Town of Amqui.
Jean-Luc Joncas (born 16 December 1936 in Amqui, Quebec) was a Progressive Conservative member of the Canadian House of Commons. He was a businessman by career.
Perrault LaRue (31 March 1925, Amqui, Quebec – 8 November 1987) was a Progressive Conservative party member of the Canadian House of Commons. He was a dentist by career.
Born in Amqui, Quebec, he received a Bachelor of Arts in 1951, a Bachelor of Science in 1956, and a Ph.D. in 1960 from Université Laval.
The station is representative of the boom in rail use in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, the associated expansion of the railways in general, and the Intercolonial Railway of Canada (IRC) in particular. Amqui depended on the railway to transport their agricultural products and finished parts made of wood. Subsequently, Amqui became an important stop on the train's route from Montréal to Halifax, and from Montréal to Gaspé.
The central community of Amqui, excluding the smaller communities within its municipal boundaries, is counted as a population centre in Canadian census data, with a population of 4,557 in 2011; three non-contiguous parcels of land which were part of the pre-1991 boundaries of Amqui but are not sufficiently urbanized to be included in the primary population centre are also separately counted as a designated place, with a population of 258 in the same census.
The station is representative of the boom at the turn of the century, and the associated expansion of the railways in general, the Intercolonial Railway of Canada (IRC) in particular. Amqui depended on the railway to transport their agricultural products and finished parts made of wood. Subsequently, Amqui became an important stop on the train's route from Montréal to Halifax, and from Montréal to Gaspé.
The design of the station Amqui is unusual for a station of the IRC. It is distinguished by its two-stage design, housing the housing of the station master and his family.
The Matapedia Valley includes of land dedicated to agriculture and of forest divided equally between the public and private sectors. The main agricultural municipalities of the valley are Amqui, Causapscal, Saint-Damase, Val-Brillant, and Saint-Léon-le-Grand.
In 1904, the Municipality of Saint-Edmond was incorporated when it separated from the Parish Municipality of Saint-Benoît-Joseph-Labre (now Amqui). The following year, the Village Municipality of Lac-au-Saumon was established.
Throughout its history, Matapedia Valley has shared much of its culture with the Acadians. Additionally, one can observe the Acadian flag in many municipalities in the area, notably Amqui, Causapscal, and Lac-au-Saumon.
Lake Matapedia is a body of water in the Matapedia Valley in Quebec, Canada, and the source of the Matapedia River. The town of Amqui lies at the southeast corner of the lake.
Solange Charest (born August 3, 1950 in Amqui, Quebec) is a Quebec politician. She was a Member of the National Assembly of Quebec for the riding of Rimouski from 1994 to 2007, representing the Parti Québécois.
In 1907, the village itself separated from the parish municipality and was incorporated as the Village Municipality of Saint-Benoît-Joseph-Labre, renamed to Amqui in 1948. It gained "town" status in 1961.