Synonyms for chicoutimi or Related words with chicoutimi

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It was created as "Chicoutimi" riding in 1924 from Chicoutimi—Saguenay. It was renamed "Chicoutimi—Le Fjord" in 2000.
Founded in July 1967, while the CEGEP network was being established, the Cégep de Chicoutimi was formed through the merger of the Séminaire de Chicoutimi, the École des infirmières de l'Hôtel-Dieu Saint-Vallier, the Institut familial de Chicoutimi, the Institut de technologie de Chicoutimi and the École de Commerce de Chicoutimi. It was the first CEGEP in Quebec to obtain its letters patent.
Chicoutimi/Saint-Honoré Aerodrome , is located east southeast of Saint-Honoré and approximately from Chicoutimi in Quebec, Canada.
Chicoutimi-Saguenay (or Chicoutimi et Saguenay) was a former provincial electoral district in the province of Quebec, Canada.
In the municipal amalgamations of 1976, Chicoutimi annexed the neighbouring towns of Chicoutimi-Nord and Rivière-du-Moulin. In a later round of amalgamations in 2002, the cities of Chicoutimi, Jonquière, La Baie, Lac-Kénogami, Laterrière, Shipshaw and part of Tremblay merged to form the new city of Saguenay. Chicoutimi became a borough of Saguenay.
In the municipal amalgamations of 1976, Chicoutimi annexed the neighbouring towns of Chicoutimi-Nord and Rivière-du-Moulin. In a much larger round of Municipal reorganization in Quebec in 2002, the cities of Chicoutimi, Jonquière, La Baie, Lac-Kénogami, Laterrière, Shipshaw and part of Tremblay merged to form the new city of what was named as Saguenay. Chicoutimi became a borough of Saguenay.
"Upholder" was renamed HMCS "Chicoutimi", in honour of the city of Chicoutimi, Quebec (now a borough of the city of Saguenay).
Piché grew up in Quebec's remote Gaspé Peninsula and learned to fly as a teenager. In 1973 he graduated from a college in Chicoutimi (CEGEP de Chicoutimi).
Chicoutimi railway station is a former Canadian National Railway Company railway station in the Chicoutimi borough of the city of Saguenay in Quebec's Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean region.
The colours of "Chicoutimi" are blue and white. The motto of "Chicoutimi" is "MAÎTRE DU DOMAINE", which translates into English as "master of the domain".
The city has been home to the QMJHL's Chicoutimi Saguenéens since 1973. They play at the Centre Georges-Vézina in the borough of Chicoutimi.
In 1976, it was redefined to consist of the Cities of Alma and Chicoutimi North, and parts of the Counties of Chicoutimi and Lac-Saint-Jean East.
Chicoutimi—Le Fjord (formerly known as Chicoutimi) is a federal electoral district in Quebec, Canada, that has been represented in the House of Commons of Canada since 1925.
The riding consisted of Chicoutimi County until 1947, when it shrank somewhat, but has always been centred on the city of Chicoutimi, Quebec.
District 10: Marc Pettersen, Independent (Chicoutimi-Nord)
Directorate of History and Heritage - HMCS Chicoutimi
The landscape of Chicoutimi consists of hills, valleys and plains, with the terrain becoming steeper near the Saguenay River. Its two major physical features are the Saguenay Graben, a rift valley of the Laurentian Highlands in which the city spreads, and the Saguenay Fjord, the glacier-carved steep shores of the Saguenay River. Mount Valin at is the tallest mountain of the region, and overlooks Chicoutimi north-east. The Chicoutimi, Du Moulin and Valin rivers all empty in the Saguenay river in Chicoutimi.
What was ultimately to become the centre of the borough of Chicoutimi was first settled in 1676 as a French trading post in the fur trade. At that time, the Saguenay and the Chicoutimi rivers had been used for centuries by the Montagnais tribes (Innu). The name "Chicoutimi" means "the end of the deep water" in the Montagnais language. Chicoutimi trading post was in operation until 1782.
Several Canadian naval units have been named HMCS "Chicoutimi".
1929 Purchases the Salon Champlain, rue Sainte-Anne, Chicoutimi