Synonyms for beauceville or Related words with beauceville

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Examples of "beauceville"
Born in Beauceville, Quebec, Renault was mayor of Beauceville-Est from 1930 to 1933.
She was born in Beauceville, Quebec. Her parents were Pierre-Ferdinand Renault (1853–1912) and Amanda Montminy (1853–1922). Pierre-Ferdinand Renault was a Beauceville businessman (originally from Ste-Claire-de-Dorchester) and changed his family name from Renaud.
Beauceville's new constitution dates from 1998, when it amalgamated with Saint-François-Ouest and Saint-François-de-Beauce. The previous city was also the creation of a merging between Beauceville and Beauceville-Est, distinction made because each shared a bank of the Chaudière River. Beauceville was the first municipality in Beauce to be constituted as a city when it detached from Saint-François-de-Beauce in 1904.
Along with other local school boards, the Commission Scolaire de Saint-Victor merged into the Commission Scolaire de Beauceville in July 1972.
Beauceville is a city in and the seat of the Municipalité régionale de comté Robert-Cliche in Quebec, Canada. It is part of the Chaudière-Appalaches region and the population was 6,354 as of the Canada 2011 Census.
Established in 1982 as a successor to Beauce County, Robert-Cliche is made of ten municipalities and is mainly French-speaking. The territory is a mix of urban and rural. Beauceville, the county seat, is the most populous municipality.
On July 1, 2010, it was announced that Beauceville, Quebec was nominated to be a stop on the TSN Kraft Celebration Tour. It will face-off against Wakefield, Quebec on July 20, 2010.
Beauce-Nord is a provincial electoral district in the Chaudière-Appalaches region of Quebec, Canada that elects members to the National Assembly of Quebec. It includes the municipalities of Beauceville, Sainte-Marie and Vallée-Jonction.
Lift footbridge, Ile Ronde, Beauceville - Roche carried out preparatory studies and submitted requests for authorization. It also designed the structure, the pilings and the lift system and coordinated the design for the lift footbridge.
The area was first settled as Tring township municipality, established in 1804. Colonization peaked between 1834 and 1838. Settlers came from the neighboring areas of Saint-François (Beauceville), Saint-Joseph-de-Beauce, Lauzon, and Bellechasse.
Normand Poulin was born in Beauceville in 1954. His father owned a local taxi company. Poulin was educated at the Cégep de Thetford and later Laval University, where he received his Bachelor of Science in finance.
Chapman was born at Saint-François-de-Beauce, Quebec (today's Beauceville), and was educated at Levis College. He studied law, afterward engaged in commercial pursuits, and later entered the civil service of the Province of Quebec. Chapman worked for some time as a journalist in Quebec City and Montreal; but in 1902 became a French translator for the Dominion Senate and removed to Ottawa.
The Chaudière valley mostly crosses the Beauce area. The river impacts its industries and way of life, particularly during spring run-off, when it frequently overflows into populated areas, in spite of the 160 dams and levees. The river flows through several cities and villages of the area such as Sainte-Marie, Saint-Georges, Beauceville, and Saint-Joseph-de-Beauce.
Beauce is a historical and traditional region of Quebec located south of Quebec City. It corresponds approximately to the regional county municipalities of Beauce-Sartigan, Robert-Cliche and La Nouvelle-Beauce, and its major communities are Saint-Georges, Sainte-Marie, Beauceville, Saint-Joseph-de-Beauce and Saint-Gédéon-de-Beauce.
It incorporates the same colours as the French flag as a sign of the community's French identity. The three green maple leaves on a white background represent its maple country location, while the number three is for the founding communities of Saint-Isidore, Sainte-Marie and Beauceville. The flag was adopted in 1955.
Joseph-Édouard Fortin (June 10, 1884 – April 9, 1949) was a Canadian provincial politician. He was the Liberal member of the Legislative Assembly of Quebec for Beauce from 1929 to 1935. He was also mayor of Beauceville, Quebec from 1922 to 1925. His son, Carrier Fortin, was also a member of the Legislative Assembly of Quebec.
The first record of the name goes back to 1739. "Nouvelle Beauce" (New Beauce) designated the "seigneuries" granted earlier along the Chaudière River and which would later become the current cities of Sainte-Marie, Saint-Joseph-de-Beauce, Beauceville, and Saint-Georges, as well as several other communities which would detach from these territories.
Poulin began working in business and finance in the local region, first working for Banque Nationale du Canada in 1978. He later shifted his focus to economic development. He served in a variety of capacities in local development, becoming the Director-General of the City of Beauceville from 1990 to 1994.
Route 108 is a two-lane east/west highway on the south shore of the Saint Lawrence River in the Eastern Townships and Chaudière-Appalaches regions of Quebec, Canada. Its eastern terminus is in Beauceville at the junction of Route 173, and the western terminus is at the junction of Route 112 in Magog.
The first house of the congregation in the Americas was founded at St-Joseph, Levis, Quebec, Canada, in 1855. In 1876, Sillery, Quebec, became the Provincial motherhouse for America. Canada has four other houses, at St-Gervais, St-Michel, Trois-Pistoles, and Beauceville.