Synonyms for arthabaska or Related words with arthabaska

bellechasse              laprairie              soulanges              cowansville              coaticook              matane              lachute              plessisville              missisquoi              louiseville              yamaska              berthierville              napierville              repentigny              neigette              rouville              papineauville              portneuf              shippagan              joliette              beauharnois              nigadoo              stanstead              montarville              boucherville              outremont              memramcook              ormstown              maniwaki              beloeil              kamouraska              pierrefonds              chapais              beauce              chambly              marieville              edmundston              lachenaie              chicoutimi              charlesbourg              ahuntsic              hochelaga              gravelbourg              bromptonville              madawaska              senneterre              estrie              chapleau              bromont              assomption             

Examples of "arthabaska"
Perrault was an unsuccessful candidate for a seat in the House of Commons in 1910 in Drummond—Arthabaska. He was elected to the Quebec assembly as the member for Arthabaska in 1916 and re-elected in 1919. In 1923, he was elected in both Arthabaska and Abitibi, resigning the Abitibi seat later that year to represent Arthabaska. He was subsequently re-elected in 1927, 1931 and 1935.
The neighbouring ridings are Richmond—Arthabaska and Compton—Stanstead.
Victoriaville is the seat of the judicial district of Arthabaska.
Drummond-Arthabaska (or Drummond et Arthabaska) was a former provincial electoral district in the province of Quebec, Canada. It was created for the 1867 election (and an electoral district of that name existed earlier in the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Canada). Its final election was in 1886. It disappeared in the 1890 election and its successor electoral districts were Drummond and Arthabaska.
In the early 1980s Quebec's counties were abolished and most of Arthabaska County became the Arthabaska Regional County Municipality. The northeastern part of the county was transferred to L'Érable Regional County Municipality.
It was created in 1966 from Drummond—Arthabaska, Nicolet—Yamaska and Richmond—Wolfe.
Barthe would eventually die on May 10, 1930. She was buried in Arthabaska.
The neighbouring ridings are Saint-Jean, Shefford, Richmond—Arthabaska, and Compton—Stanstead.
The son of L. Bourbeau and Édesse Gauvreau, Bourbeau established himself as a merchant in Victoriaville. He married M.B. Bouchard. Bourbeau was a director of the Arthabaska Building Society, the Arthabaska Agricultural Society and the Mutual Insurance Company. He was elected to the Canadian House of Commons in 1877 in a by-election as a Member of the Conservative Party to represent the riding of Drummond—Arthabaska. He was re-elected in 1878 and 1882. Besides his federal political career, he was also mayor of Arthabaska, Quebec.
Tingwick is a Canadian municipality of Quebec established in Arthabaska Regional County Municipality, Quebec.
The neighbouring ridings are Bas-Richelieu—Nicolet—Bécancour, Richmond—Arthabaska, Shefford, and Saint-Hyacinthe—Bagot.
Neighbouring ridings are Brome—Missisquoi, Richmond—Arthabaska, Sherbrooke, and Mégantic—L'Érable.
It was created for the 1890 election from a part of Drummond-Arthabaska electoral district.
Dubois was educated at Arthabaska College. He was also author of a history of Gentilly.
It was created in 1924 from parts of Sherbrooke (Town of) and Richmond—Arthabaska ridings.
In June 1993, after a referendum on amalgamation, the municipalities of Sainte-Victoire-D'Arthabaska, Arthabaska and Victoriaville merged to form the city of Victoriaville. The aboriginal name "Arthabaska", unique and well-appreciated by residents, was retained in several ways, notably in the name of the regional county municipality and in the name of the highest (and only) mountain that overlooks the city; as well, in 2004, the section of Route 116 that passes through Victoriaville was renamed boulevard Arthabaska.
The neighbouring ridings are Brome—Missisquoi, Saint-Jean, Chambly—Borduas, Saint-Hyacinthe—Bagot, Drummond, and Richmond—Arthabaska.
In 1996, it was again abolished when it was redistributed into the new districts of Richmond—Arthabaska and Compton—Stanstead.
He was named to the Legislative Council in 1887 and died in office at Arthabaska in 1889.
Lavergne died in office at Ottawa in 1935 and was buried in Arthabaska, Quebec (today part of Victoriaville).