Synonyms for audet or Related words with audet
Examples of "audet"
, President and Chief Executive Officer, Cogeco Inc.
2008 Silver Screen Recipient: "Rusted Pyre" written by Daniel
is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Although the post office has been known has
since 1894, named after Michel
, the first postmaster, the municipality was known as Saint-Hubert-de-Spaulding until 1959, referring to the township of Spaulding, in which it is located.
(born June 4, 1977) is a Canadian former professional ice hockey player that played for the Detroit Red Wings in the NHL.
was born in Ottawa, Ontario and raised in Saint-Joseph-du-Lac, Quebec.
Eventually, the Samson faction re-joined the party and
served as House Whip. Nonetheless,
and most of his colleagues lost their bid for re-election in the 1973 election.
Incumbent mayor Gilles
was re-elected in Moonbeam over challenger Henriette Lapointe.
Commandant : général
(1939-26 February 1940), then général Mellier (February 27, 1940).
In 1857, he married Louise Couture.
was postmaster for North Stukely in Shefford County.
(born April 5, 1981) is a Quebec author, translator et blogger.
Board of Directors (Justin Benincasa (Chairman), Leonard Slap, Barry Fougere, Xun Xi, John
In the 1970 election, Courcy was defeated and replaced by Aurèle
of the Ralliement créditiste.
(born October 15, 1961) is a Canadian poet from Montreal, Quebec.
, (December 7, 1918 – November 12, 1993) was a French Canadian academic and philosopher.
Principal people are Dominic
, Chief of Innovation, Sakchin Bessette, Creative Director and Éric Fournier, Executive Producer.
(September 14, 1822 – April 19, 1905) was a merchant and political figure in Quebec. He represented Dorchester in the Legislative Assembly of Quebec from 1878 to 1886 as a Conservative. His name also appears as Nicodème
, dit Lapointe.
He was born in Saint-Gervais, Lower Canada, the son of Augustin
dit Lapointe and Marie Dallaire, and was educated in Saint-Anselme. He set up business in Saint-Anselme. He married Marie-Célina Turgeon in 1856. In 1892,
was named to the Legislative Council of Quebec for Lauzon division. He died in office in Saint-Anselme at the age of 82.
graduated from McGill University in 2004 with a degree in French, English and Spanish literature. In 2006, she earned a master’s in Translation Studies from Concordia University. Her father is Michel
, a Quebec politician who was Minister of Finance in the early 2000s.
(October 12, 1920 – November 28, 2015) was a politician in Quebec, Canada and a Member of the National Assembly of Quebec (MNA).
(born 20 January 1962) is a Canadian former cyclist. She competed in the women's road race event at the 1984 Summer Olympics.
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