Synonyms for derouin or Related words with derouin


Examples of "derouin"
Joel Derouin currently resides in Los Angeles with his wife and two daughters.
Kimura was the mother of Charlotte Thistle, grandmother of Ella Archer, and sister of Shelagh Derouin and Amber Harvey.
In July 2010, the University of Ottawa appointed James Derouin, an alumni and former player, as their new head coach after the departure of Coach Dave DeAveiro who left for McGill University. Derouin was an assistant coach for the UBC Thunderbirds for the previous two years and was captain of the Gee-Gees Men’s Basketball Team for both the 2000-01 and 2001-02 seasons. In his final year, he also played under former Gee-Gees head coach Dave DeAveiro.
The concept was first conceived during the 2007 RecentChangesCamp in Montreal. After the next RecentChangesCamp, coding began by Travis Derouin, Brion Vibber and other programmers, the button was officially launched on June 19, 2008.
Joel Derouin is a Canadian violinist, concert master, composer and music director. In addition to having worked with many popular musicians, he is also known for his work in film, television and theatre.
Jacques Derouin was among the editors-in-chief of "Investir" who left the post in August 2005. He also held the same post for "Investir Hebdo", a weekly sister magazine of "Investir".
Born in Cornwall, Ontario, Canada on July 29, 1956, Joel Derouin began violin lessons at the age of five and soon became one of the first members of the Riverdale String Ensemble under accomplished Canadian violinist Rosemonde Laberge, travelling to and winning music festivals across Canada.
He was born in Ste-Anne-des-Plaines, Canada East, the son of Pierre Thérien and Claire Derouin, and was educated at the Petit Séminaire de Saint-Thérèse and Université Laval. He was called to the Quebec bar in 1885. Thérien was defeated when he ran for reelection in 1891.
Since the early 1980s, Joel Derouin has worked with some of the biggest names in music, including Dido, M83, Michael Bublé, Ben Harper, Aretha Franklin, Michael Bolton, Paul Anka, Leonard Cohen, The Black Eyed Peas, Nelly Furtado, Mariah Carey, Barbra Streisand, Mary J. Blige, Sheryl Crow, Avril Lavigne, Dixie Chicks, Beck, The Mars Volta, Carrie Underwood, Liz Phair, Paul McCartney, LeAnn Rimes, Aimee Mann, Kelly Clarkson, Vanessa Carlton, Barenaked Ladies, Shakira, Rufus Wainwright, Christina Aguilera, Ricky Martin, Hanson and many others.
The village is famous for its artistic character. Many renowned and amateur artists, writers and dancers live and have lived in Val-David, notably Québécois poet Gaston Miron, jazz bassist Charlie Biddle, ceramist Kinya Ishikawa (who hosts the 1,001 Pots – the largest annual ceramics festival in North America), the painter, engraver and sculptor René Derouin (who hosts an international site-specific art festival annually), and Alan Gerber the singer-songwriter, the painter Jean-Philippe "JP" Audra founder of the Creativismo art movement, and the painters Guy Montpetit, Normand Ménard, Martine Cyr, and Mark Lummis.
The Fairfield Stags softball team competes in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference of NCAA Division I. The Stags play their home games at Alumni Softball Field on the campus of Fairfield University. The team won the MAAC Regular Season Title in 2002, 2003 and 2004. Individually, in 2003 Mellissa Santos became the 16th player in Division I history to reach 1,000 career strikeouts and is currently ranked 23rd all-time on the NCAA Division I Softball career strikeouts list. And Jen Derouin in 1998 and Tara Hansen in 2006 earned Academic All-American honors. The Stags are currently coached by Julie Brzezinski who achieved her 500th career win in 2006.
He was the unsuccessful Conservative candidate in the 1891 federal election for the riding of Quebec-Centre. He was elected to the Legislative Assembly of Quebec for the identically-named provincial riding of Québec-Centre in the 1892 Quebec election. A Conservative, he was defeated in 1897. He was also defeated in the 1900 federal election. He is the father of Alexandre Châteauvert, who became vice-president of J. B. Renaud after the death of his father. He is also the father of Victor Châteauvert, Jr. He was the grandfather of both Jean-Richard Châteauvert (son of Alexandre Châteauvert) and Françoise Châteauvert (daughter of Victor Châteauvert and Flore Derouin), one of whose grandsons is Jean-Nicolas De Surmont. Françoise Châteauvert was a close friend of Yvonne Lemoine, granddaughter of Gaspard Lemoine and the family of Jean Senecal, Guy Des Rivières, Gilles Lamontagne and Jean Lesage. Françoise Châteauvert used also to do horse-riding with Gilles Turcot in the 1930s.
In recognition of her contribution to the visual arts, Petry was inducted into the Royal Canadian Academy of Art (RCA) in 2015. As a multidisciplinary artist, Petry influenced painting, print-making and performance art in Canada. In 1970 she co-founded with Robert Savoie and René Derouin, the Association des graveurs du Québec (later Conseil des graveurs du Québec). From 1977 to 1980 as Vice-Chair and Gallery Coordinator at Véhicule Art, Petry brought many national and international artists to Montreal, including: Nan Hoover, Miller and Cameron, and Reindeer Werk. She was also Véhicule Art's delegate to Arte Fiera (Bologna, Italy) in 1977 and 1978, and was instrumental in "establishing the gallery as the main venue of performance art in Canada".