Synonyms for beloeil or Related words with beloeil
Examples of "beloeil"
Aerodrome, , is located northwest of Saint-Mathieu-de-
, Quebec, Canada.
Generally, the region surrounding
remains agricultural. The Census Consolidated Subdivision of Saint-Mathieu-de-
, which includes
as well as McMasterville, has of farmlands, out of a total area of 67 square kilometres (42.6%). The wider Vallée-du-Richelieu census district, of which Saint-Mathieu-de-
is part, has of farmland, out of total area, or 66.4%.
, in 2006, had an unemployment rate of 4.6% (the provincial average is 7.0%. The median income in 2005 was $29,600 (the provincial median was $24,430). In 2006, 10 170 inhabitants reported being employed, of whom 5565 worked outside the
region, or 54.7%.
today is primarily a commuter town for people working in Montreal.
The major road connections to
are route 116, built in 1940, and autoroute 20, built in 1964. Both of these roads connect Montreal to Quebec by way of
and Saint-Hyacinthe. The route 116 serves as the primary commercial street of
Several artists, sportsmen and politicians were born, lived, or died in
When the Campbell family replaced the Hertel de Rouville family, the mountain took up the name "Mont
", after the nearby municipality of
, on the other side of the Richelieu River. However, the name Mont Saint-Hilaire, after the parish of Mont-Saint-Hilaire established at the foot of the mountain, became prevalent by the early twentieth century. Even so, quarrels between inhabitants of
and Mont-Saint-Hilaire, both near the mountain, as to which the mountain should be named after lasted well into the twentieth century, with the town newspapers of
attempting to resurrect the debate as late as 1986.
There is no longer any local train station in
. Instead, people wishing to take the Montreal commuter train must do so at the McMasterville train station. CIT de la Vallée du Richelieu offers a bus service linking Saint-Hyacinthe to Longueuil by way of
along route 116. Its Longueuil terminus connects directly to the Yellow Line of the Montreal Metro. An additional, more occasional service links
to downtown Montreal directly.
, Mont-Saint-Hilaire, and Sorel-Tracy are important communities on its route.
has four French-language public elementary schools serving around 1200 to 1300 elementary school age children (6 to 12): "Le Petit Bonheur", "Le Tournesol", "Saint-Mathieu" and "Jolivent", which belong to the "Commission Scolaire des Patriotes", as well as one English-language elementary school, "Cedar".
also has a French-language high school, the "École Secondaire Polybel".
on 28 June 1858. It used a Distribution postal code 8 with bars (before 1864), and 35 with points before 1874.
Claude Lamoral II, Prince of Ligne (7 August 1685 – Chateau de
, 7 April 1766) was a Field marshal and sixth Prince in the House of Ligne.
On 25 November 2010, Roussel agreed with Dutch side HSV Hoek to play in the Topklasse. In August 2011 he moved to RUS
or Belœil is the name of two municipalities. It has also been applied to various events and locations linked with these two municipalities.
Borduas is a provincial electoral district in the Montérégie region of Quebec, Canada that elects members to the National Assembly of Quebec. It includes the municipality of
—Chambly is a new federal electoral district in Quebec. It encompasses a portion of Quebec formerly included in the electoral district of Chambly—Borduas.
Worsley suffered a heart attack on January 22, 2007, and died at his home in
, Quebec on January 26, 2007.
He was born in Saint-Mathieu-de-
, Lower Canada, the son of Abraham Bernard and Julie Préfontaine. Bernard was involved in the trade in hay and agricultural produce. In 1852, he married Apolline Vinet Souligny. His election in 1881 was overturned by the Quebec Superior Court in 1886 but he won the subsequent by-election. Bernard was defeated when he ran for reelection in 1886. He died in Saint-Mathieu-de-
at the age of 86.
During the First World War, Montreal became a major producer of munitions. Among other things, cordite was manufactured at
, Quebec, by Canadian Explosives Limited and at Nobel, Quebec, by British Cordite Limited.
, Quebec, he was first elected to the Canadian House of Commons in the 1891 election as Liberal Member of Parliament (MP) for Rouville, Quebec. He represented the riding continuously until his retirement prior to the 1911 election.
—Chambly was created by the 2012 federal electoral boundaries redistribution and was legally defined in the 2013 representation order. It came into effect upon the call of the 42nd Canadian federal election, scheduled for 19 October 2015.
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