Synonyms for chambly or Related words with chambly

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Examples of "chambly"
It was formed from the merger in 1965 of Fort-Chambly (formerly Chambly-Canton prior to 1952) and the old city of Chambly (formerly Chambly-Bassin prior to 1952, and earlier sometimes called Bassin-de-Chambly).
Chambly Airport , was located northeast of Chambly, Quebec, Canada.
In September 1999, Penfield Academy was merged with Chambly County High School. The combined school, named Chambly Academy, was located on the premises of Chambly County High School.
People have lived in Chambly since the 17th century, but Chambly was not incorporated as a city until 1965.
Chambly is currently served by a local weekly newspaper called the "Journal de Chambly", first published in 1966.
Carignan was originally the Village Municipality of Chambly. The village of Chambly was established in 1855, less than 10 years after the municipality of Chambly was established. In 1965, the village of Chambly was renamed Carignan and incorporated as a city.
He was born in Chambly, the son of Noël Darche and Marie Papineau. Darche farmed in the Chambly area. He was an unsuccessful candidate for the Chambly seat in the assembly in 1858 and 1863. Darche died in Chambly at the age of 64. He never married.
The site lies within Chambly Canal National Historic Site, and so is administered by Parks Canada, from offices at Fort Chambly.
Chambly—Borduas (also previously known as Chambly and Chambly—Verchères) was a federal electoral district in the province of Quebec, Canada, that was represented in the House of Commons of Canada from 1867 to 1935, and from 1968 to 2015. Created by the British North America Act of 1867, its name was changed in 1893 to "Chambly—Verchères". In 1933, it was amalgamated into the Chambly—Rouville and Richelieu—Verchères electoral districts. The district was re-created in 1966 from Chambly—Rouville, Châteauguay—Huntingdon—Laprairie, and Richelieu—Verchères. Its name was changed in 2003 to "Chambly—Borduas". In 2015, most of the district became part of the Beloeil—Chambly, while small parts of it joined Montarville and Pierre-Boucher—Les Patriotes—Verchères.
This riding was created in 1933 from parts of Chambly—Verchères and St. Hyacinthe—Rouville ridings. It was abolished into Chambly and Saint-Hyacinthe in 1966.
Chambly is a provincial electoral district in the Montérégie region of Quebec, Canada. It includes the cities of Chambly and Saint-Basile-le-Grand.
Saint-Lambert International High School (previously known as Chambly Academy or Chambly County High School) is a public secondary school, in Saint-Lambert, Quebec, Canada.
Beloeil—Chambly is a new federal electoral district in Quebec. It encompasses a portion of Quebec formerly included in the electoral district of Chambly—Borduas.
Service to Chambly, Richelieu, Carignan and Marieville
Chambly is also known for the Chambly Canal, a National Historic Site run by Parks Canada. It was built in 1843 to bypass several kilometers of successive Richelieu River rapids between the towns of Chambly, QC, and Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu. Part of a series of waterways connecting the Saint Lawrence River and New York City, Chambly Canal was built to facilitate commercial traffic between Canada and the United States.
He was probably born in Chambly, the son of William Yule and Philo Letitia Ash. Yule was seigneur of Chambly-Est. He provided wood products and supplies to the garrison at Chambly. Yule operated a flour mill and a sawmill and was involved in the timber trade, shipping, railroads and industry. He resigned his seat in the assembly in September 1843. Yule was mayor of Chambly from 1849 to 1872. He operated the toll road from Chambly from 1852 to 1856. He was married twice: first to Eliza Hall; around 1845 and then to Eliza Maria Eliot in 1856. He died in Montreal at the age of 72.
The Gare de Chambly (Chambly station) is a railway station located 500 metres from the centre of the commune of Chambly (Oise department), France. It is on the Épinay-Villetaneuse–Le Tréport-Mers railway and is served by TER Picardie trains from Paris to Beauvais.
In 1892, it was redefined to consist of the town of Longueuil, the villages of Verchères, Boucherville, Chambly Basin, Chambly Canton and Varennes, the municipality of St. Lambert, and the parishes of Boucherville, Chambly, Longueuil, St. Basile le Grand, St. Bruno, St. Hubert, Varennes, Ste. Julie, Verchères, Contrecoeur, Ste. Théodosie, St. Antoine, St. Marc and Beloeil.
Fort Chambly at the foot of the Chambly rapids on the Richelieu River in Quebec, Canada, was built by the French in 1711. It was the last of three forts to be built on the same site. The first — then called Fort Saint Louis — was constructed in 1665 by captain Jacques de Chambly, to protect New France from Iroquois attacks.
On July 1, 2015, Chambly Academy was renamed Saint-Lambert International High School. The school was renamed to better reflect the school's location in Saint-Lambert as opposed to Chambly.