Synonyms for etchemin or Related words with etchemin

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Examples of "etchemin"
Lac Etchemin Airport, , is located adjacent to Lac-Etchemin, Quebec, Canada.
The new municipality of Lac-Etchemin was created in 2001 following the amalgamation of the city of Lac-Etchemin and the parish of Sainte-Germaine-du-Lac-Etchemin.
The Beauce-Etchemin School Board ("Commission scolaire de la Beauce-Etchemin") has its headquarters on 118th Street. Saint-Georges is home to the Cégep Beauce-Appalaches.
Lac-Etchemin is a municipality in and the seat of the Municipalité régionale de comté des Etchemins in Quebec, Canada. It is part of the Chaudière-Appalaches region and the population is 4,088 as of 2009. It takes its name from Etchemin Lake, at the centre of the municipality. "Etchemin" means "men, human beings" in Abenaki language.
Les Etchemins is a regional county municipality in the Chaudière-Appalaches region of eastern Quebec, Canada. It is named for the Etchemin River which finds its source in the region, as well as Etchemin Lake. Lac-Etchemin is the seat of the RCM. Les Etchemins can be found on the Maine border, southeast of Quebec City.
"January 13-20, club de curling Etchemin, Saint-Romuald"
The Beauce-Etchemin School Board (la Commission scolaire de la Beauce-Etchemin) has its headquarters in the town of Saint-Georges, Quebec. The Director-General of the School Board is Camil Turmel as of June 26, 2006.
CFIN-FM is a French-language Canadian radio station located in Lac-Etchemin, Quebec.
The Etchemin River is a river in the Chaudière-Appalaches region of eastern Quebec.
He was born on August 6, 1900 in Lac-Etchemin, Quebec and was a car dealer.
The Etchemin River flows into the Saint Lawrence River at Saint-Romuald.
This source is located at Southeast of Lac Etchemin and Northeast of the Canada-US border.
The source of the Etchemin River is in Saint-Luc-de-Bellechasse.
He was mayor of Sainte-Germaine-du-Lac-Etchemin from November 1933 to December 1935.
Henderson Manor is a historical landmark located along the Etchemin River and the South end of the village.
Born in Lac-Etchemin, Quebec, Bernard is a graduate of the Conservatoire d'art dramatique de Québec in 1980.
In 1804, as a result of the Napoleon's European blockade, Caldwell persuaded Henry Dundas, 1st Viscount Melville, the Lord of the Admiralty, to instead develop Canadian timber for the Royal Navy. His sawmills became the best known in Quebec and the Etchemin mills at the mouth of the Etchemin River were among the largest.
Etchemin was a language of the Algonquian language family, spoken in early colonial times on the coast of Maine. The word Etchemin is thought to be either French alteration of an Algonquian word for "canoe" or a translation of "Skidijn" the native word for people in use by the inhabitants of the St. John, Passamaquoddy and St. Croix Rivers.
The only known record of the Etchemin language is a list of the numbers from one to ten recorded by Marc Lescarbot in the early 17th century and published in his book "The History of New France" (1609). The numerals in the list match those of Malecite-Passamaquoddy, Eastern Abenaki, as well as languages of southern New England such as Wampanoag, but as a set they do not match any other Algonquian language. The Etchemin language disappeared not long after Lescarbot's visit, and it is unknown what became of the tribe. All other language records called 'Etchemin', under more detailed analysis, appear to be the neighboring Malecite-Passamaquoddy language.
On November 18, 1975, the CRTC denied Radio Beauce an AM rebroadcaster at Lac-Etchemin for its Saint-Georges station, CKRB 1460; the rebroadcaster was to have operated on 920 kHz with 1,000 watts. Radio Beauce would receive approval in 1976 for a new AM station at Lac-Etchemin, this time at 1240 kHz with a daytime power of 1,000 watts and night-time power of 250 watts; as in the initial application, programming would originate with CKRB, with four hours of local programming daily for the Lac-Etchemin area. CIRB signed on the air on October 16, 1977.