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Examples of "cowansville"
Cowansville is the seat of the judicial district of Bedford.
Cowansville is an unincorporated community in Armstrong County, Pennsylvania, United States. The community is located on Pennsylvania Route 268, at northwest of Kittanning. Cowansville has a post office with ZIP code 16218, which opened on August 8, 1849.
The 2002 Cowansville municipal election was held on November 3, 2002, to elect a mayor and councillors in Cowansville, Quebec. Incumbent mayor Arthur Fauteux was re-elected without opposition.
The 2005 Cowansville municipal election was held on November 6, 2005, to elect a mayor and councillors in Cowansville, Quebec. Incumbent mayor Arthur Fauteux was re-elected without opposition.
Les Husky de Cowansville were a Junior "A" team based out of Cowansville, Quebec. They used to play out of the Quebec Junior AAA Hockey League. Their home arena was Pavilion des Sports.
The 2009 Cowansville municipal election was held on November 1, 2009, to elect a mayor and councillors in Cowansville, Quebec. Incumbent mayor Arthur Fauteux was re-elected over former Brigham mayor André Leroux.
Jodoin lives and works in Cowansville, Quebec, and is married to Canadian artist Kevin Sonmor.
Warkworth is a sister institution to Springhill, NS; Cowansville, PQ; and Drumheller, AB.
The Bibliothèque Gabrielle-Giroux-Bertrand in Cowansville is named in her honour.
Brome-Missisquoi is a regional county municipality in the Montérégie region of Quebec, Canada. Its seat is Cowansville.
Sonmor has a studio in Dunham, Quebec, and lives in nearby Cowansville with his wife, painter France Jodoin.
During the 1870s, the construction of the South Eastern Railway linking Montreal to Cowansville and the opening of the first bank, the Eastern Townships Bank, contributed to the expansion of the small city, which allows many businesses settle in the area. The municipality detached from the district of Dunham, and incorporated on the January 1, 1876 and officially was named Cowansville. In February of the same year James O'Halloran was acclaimed as Mayor by the town council. Cowansville saw a strong industrial growth during the 20th century, and became a city on June 25, 1931, and has grown since World War II by various annexations, such as Sweetsburg in 1964.
Brais died on January 2, 1972 at Cowansville. He was buried on January 5, 1972, at Notre-Dame-des-Neiges Cemetery in Montreal.
Sinclair was born in Cowansville, Quebec and raised in North Bay, Ontario, and is currently based in Toronto. "Breathing Lessons" was published by Véhicule Press in 2015.
Charles Francis (born August 17, 1988) is a Canadian competitor swimmer and backstroker. He was born in the small town of Cowansville, Quebec.
St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church is a historic Roman Catholic church located near Cowansville in Sugarcreek Township, Armstrong County, Pennsylvania within the Diocese of Greensburg.
In recent years, Cowansville has seen its commercial activity blossom mainly due to its proximity to a major freeway, Autoroute 10, and the Eastern Townships ski resort region.
Born in East Farnham, Canada East, Vilas was mayor of Cowansville, Quebec from 1911 to 1922. He was acclaimed to the Legislative Assembly of Quebec for Brome in a 1906 by-election. A Liberal, he was re-elected in 1908 and 1912. He was acclaimed in 1916. He was appointed to the Legislative Council of Quebec for Wellington in 1917. He served until his death in Cowansville, Quebec in 1930.
Cowansville is a town in south-central Quebec, Canada, located on Lac Davignon north of the U.S. border. It is the seat of Brome-Missisquoi, a regional county municipality. The population as of the Canada 2011 Census was 12,489.
This riding, in the south of the province, extends along the Canada–US border between Montreal and Sherbrooke, straddling the Quebec regions of Montérégie and Estrie. Its main towns are Cowansville, Magog, and Brome Lake.