Synonyms for coaticook or Related words with coaticook
Examples of "coaticook"
Gorge is a gorge in
, Quebec, Canada in the Estrie region. The
River runs through it.
is a regional county municipality in the Estrie region of Quebec, Canada. The seat is
is a town in southeastern Quebec, Canada on the
River; it is the seat of the
Regional County Municipality. Its southern border is also the Canada–United States border.
is home to the
Big Bill of the Ligue de Baseball Senior Élite du Québec, which play their home games in Julien Morin Stadium.
for the southern portion which went to MRC de
" was a River-class frigate that served with the Royal Canadian Navy during the Second World War. She fought primarily in the Battle of the Atlantic as a coastal convoy escort. She was named for
Originally known as
Stadium, it was built in 1963. The wooden seats located in the dugouts were purchased from the Montreal Royals. The stadium was originally home to the
Canadians of the Provincial League.
He was born on March 29, 1864 in
to Ruth E. and Lyman Shurtleff. In March 1889, he and L.S. Channel bought the
"Observer", which had been founded in 1869.
Main towns include
, Lennoxville (now part of Sherbrooke), North Hatley, Stanstead, and Ayer's Cliff.
He died in
, in 1859, from an inflammation of the lungs.
Compton is a municipality in
Regional County Municipality in the Estrie region of Quebec, Canada.
The village is situated north of East-Hereford, south of St. Malo, and east of
In 1901, Dale was appointed U.S. Consul in
, Quebec, Canada, serving until 1902.
He was born on April 13, 1900 in
, Eastern Townships.
CFIN-FM is a defunct radio station in
, Quebec Canada.
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He died on New Years Day, January 1, 1954. He was buried in Mount Forest Cemetery in
After crossing the international border, the river enters the municipality of
and flows generally north through:
Mount Hereford () is a mountain located in
Regional County Municipality, Estrie, Quebec, Canada. It rises to .
Cemeteries in or near
include Mount Forest Cemetery, Saint Edmond Cemetery, St-Luc and St-Wilfrid-de-Barnston.
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