Synonyms for gobeil or Related words with gobeil

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Examples of "gobeil"
Lac Gobeil Water Aerodrome, , was located on Lac Gobeil, Quebec, Canada and is open from the middle of May until the middle of November.
Paul Gobeil (born March 1, 1942) is a Canadian businessman and former politician and businessman. Gobeil was born in Saint-Rémi-de-Tingwick, Quebec.
Lower course of the river Gobeil (flowing at Maine on )
The term "Gobeil" is a French original family surname.
Higher Courses of the river Gobeil (flowing in Quebec on )
Gilles Gobeil (born September 27, 1954) is an electroacoustic music composer from Sorel-Tracy, Quebec, Canada, and currently living in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Gobeil received his musical education at the Université de Montréal (Mmus in Composition).
Samuel Gobeil, PC (August 17, 1875 – January 1, 1961) was a Canadian politician.
The Gobeil River is a tributary of the Big Black River (Saint John River), flowing through:
From its source, the "River Gobeil" flows over , according to the following segments:
Rob Hart (born Rob Gobeil in St. Boniface, Manitoba on December 28, 1970) is a western Canadian radio personality.
Lac Gobeil Water Aerodrome has been conducting a business of air excursions on Lac Gobeil in the municipality of Sacré‑Coeur since 2005. It was licensed under the "Aeronautics Act" to conduct such a business, and registered its aerodrome pursuant to the "Canadian Aviation Regulations".
The toponym "Gobeil River" was formalized on December 5, 1968 at the Commission de toponymie du Québec (Quebec Places Names Board).
The "River Gobeil" rises to the Northwest of the route 216, in the canton of Garneau in the Northeastern part of the municipality of Sainte-Félicité, Chaudière-Appalaches, Quebec. This source is located at:
He was first elected to Parliament at the Compton riding in the 1925 general election then re-elected in 1926. He was defeated by Samuel Gobeil of the Conservatives in the 1930 federal election.
Following a cabinet shuffle on June 23, 1988, Vallerand was appointed as minister responsible for international affairs. This was a junior portfolio; Vallerand worked under Paul Gobeil, Quebec's minister of international relations.
The station is located at 1411 chemin du Bord-de-l'Eau at rue Gobeil, in Laval. It is easily accessible from Autoroute 440 which, west of Autoroute 13, becomes Avenue des Bois.
River Gobeil empties into a river bend on the North bank of the Big Black River (Saint John River) in the Township T14 R16 WELS in Aroostook County in Maine, the United States.
His works have been performed in concerts throughout Canada and abroad. Gilles Gobeil is a member of the Canadian Electroacoustic Community (CEC), Associate Composer of the Canadian Music Centre (CMC) and co-founder of the concert organization Réseaux.
Until 1995, the municipality's zoning by-law did not allow for water aerodromes or aeronautics in general to be conducted on Lac Gobeil. The by-law was amended to allow such activity for part of the lake, but not the part in which the aerodrome in question was operating. The municipality applied for an injunction ordering the company to cease its aviation activities on Lac Gobeil on the ground that operation of the aerodrome and the associated business in that zone violated the by‑law.
The upper part of the sub-catchment of the "River Gobeil" is accessible by route 216; other parties in the Quebec by the road of Rang Saint-Camille, the Rosario route, the road of the rank of Moreau and road of Double rank.