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Examples of "gatineau"
Buckingham District (District 18) is a municipal district in the city of Gatineau, Quebec. It is represented on Gatineau City Council by Martin Lajeunesse of Action Gatineau.
Pointe-Gatineau District (formerly Promenades District (District 11) is a municipal district in the city of Gatineau, Quebec. It is represented on Gatineau City Council by Myriam Nadeau.
G-Anime is an annual weekend anime convention held in late January in Gatineau, Quebec, Canada at the Palais des congrès de Gatineau and the Four Points Sheraton Gatineau. The convention is run and organized by "La Société d'Animation Japonaise de Gatineau" ("SAJG") and is one of two anime conventions in the Ottawa-Gatineau Area.
Gatineau electoral district was re-created from Gatineau—La Lièvre ridings in 1996.
Gatineau is a provincial electoral district in the Outaouais region of Quebec, Canada which elects members to the National Assembly of Quebec. It includes most of the area surrounding the Gatineau River, as well as portions of the Gatineau sector of the city of Gatineau north and west of Autoroute 50 and east of the Gatineau River.
Gatineau-Ottawa Executive Airport () is located northeast of Gatineau, Quebec, Canada. It has a single, Asphalt runway oriented east-west.
At 8:59 pm, CBC reported that Marc Bureau, the incumbent mayor of Gatineau had won the Gatineau mayoral race.
At 8:59 PM, CBC reported that Marc Bureau, the incumbent mayor of Gatineau had won the Gatineau mayoral race.
Tracteur Jack is a rock duo from Gatineau, Quebec. The two members reside in Gatineau and Quebec City
He served on Gatineau City Council from 2009 to 2013, representing Aylmer District. He was first elected in the Gatineau municipal election, 2009, but was defeated by Josée Lacasse in the Gatineau municipal election, 2013.
Denholm is a municipality in La Vallée-de-la-Gatineau Regional County Municipality, Quebec, Canada, north of Gatineau. Its territory is along the eastern shores of Lake Sainte Marie, part of the Gatineau River.
Football Club Gatineau is a Canadian semi-professional soccer club based in Gatineau, Quebec. Since 2013, the club has competed in the Première Ligue de soccer du Québec. In 2017, FC Gatineau integrates Soccer Hull Association.
The Gatineau Hills are located in the city of Gatineau, and in Les Collines-de-l'Outaouais Regional County Municipality, Quebec.
La Pêche river empties into the Gatineau River at south of the covered bridge of Wakefield, northern sector of the city of Gatineau, and upstream of the mouth of the Gatineau River in Ottawa River.
Polyvalente Nicolas-Gatineau is public secondary school located in Gatineau, Quebec. The school is located at the corner of Boulevards Labrosse and La Vérendrye in the city's east end. It is run by the Commission Scolaire des Draveurs school board in Gatineau. The Nicolas-Gatineau school is the largest in the city of Gatineau, enrolling about 3000 students every year from Secondary 1 to 5, and the second largest in Quebec.
Rue Saint-Louis is a main street in Gatineau, Quebec, Canada, that runs mostly along the north and east side of the Gatineau River in the old city of Gatineau. It starts at the boundaries of the city of Gatineau and the suburban town of Cantley, Quebec and ends at Boulevard Maloney. On its northern end until Autoroute 50, it runs parallel to the Gatineau River, while it briefly runs parallel to the Ottawa River on its eastern end.
Gatineau is the city of licence for several television and radio stations serving the National Capital Region, which is a single media market. Many of the Ottawa-Gatineau region's TV and FM broadcast stations transmit from Camp Fortune just north of Gatineau. All of the stations licensed directly to Gatineau broadcast in French.
The Lady Aberdeen Bridge, which is the first bridge upstream to cross the Gatineau river, in Gatineau, was named in her honour. After falling through the ice at the confluence of the Gatineau and Ottawa Rivers, Lady Aberdeen was rescued by Gatineau locals. Out of gratitude she funded the construction of a church near the site of the accident and the Lady Aberdeen Bridge.
The Deschênes District (District 3) is a municipal district in the city of Gatineau, Quebec. It is represented on Gatineau City Council by Richard M. Bégin.
The Gatineau Privilege referred to a monopoly introduced to limit the cutting of timber along the Gatineau River in Lower Canada from 1832 to 1843.