Synonyms for hochelaga or Related words with hochelaga

kamouraska              pierrefonds              bellechasse              matane              soulanges              cartierville              ahuntsic              boucherville              outremont              laprairie              repentigny              beauharnois              joliette              caraquet              napierville              longueuil              montarville              bizard              yamaska              chambly              charlesbourg              assomption              memramcook              chicoutimi              yamachiche              argenteuil              dorion              papineauville              beauport              chomedey              arthabaska              louiseville              beloeil              montmagny              amqui              lachute              chaleur              maisonneuve              gouin              gatineau              coaticook              rouville              berthierville              papineau              dolbeau              saguenay              portneuf              westmount              lanoraie              pincourt             

Examples of "hochelaga"
"Hochelaga" riding was recreated in 2003 from parts of Hochelaga—Maisonneuve and Laurier—Sainte-Marie ridings.
It was created in 1976 as "Maisonneuve" riding from parts of Hochelaga, Lafontaine and Maisonneuve—Rosemont ridings. It was renamed "Hochelaga—Maisonneuve" in 1978.
Jacques Cartier then visits Hochelaga, and notes its organisation:
Hochelaga-Maisonneuve is now a neighbourhood of Montreal.
Mercier–Hochelaga-Maisonneuve is a borough of Montreal, Quebec.
Blanchard automatically served as a member of the Mercier–Hochelaga-Maisonneuve borough council during his term as city councillor for Hochelaga. After becoming mayor of Montreal, he automatically became mayor of the Ville-Marie borough council.
It was created for the 1912 election from part of Hochelaga electoral district. Its final election was in 1985. It disappeared in the 1989 election and its successor electoral district was Hochelaga-Maisonneuve.
On June 25, 2009, Réal Ménard announced that he would resign from the Hochelaga constituency effective September 16 to run as a Vision Montreal candidate for borough mayor of Mercier–Hochelaga-Maisonneuve in the fall 2009 municipal elections in Montreal.
The neighbouring ridings are Rosemont—La Petite-Patrie, Papineau, Ahuntsic, Bourassa, Honoré-Mercier, and Hochelaga.
The Montreal Public Libraries Network operates the Hochelaga and Maisonneuve libraries.
In 1860, Hochelaga developed as a village counting a little more than 1000 inhabitants. In 1874, Hudon — a cotton factory- moved in. Two years later, the North railway was extended through Hochelaga (the railway was renamed the Canadian Pacific in 1881) further catalyzing its industrial development and encouraging urbanization. In December 1883, Hochelaga was annexed to the city of Montreal against the demands of proprietors in Hochelaga. In response, they founded the village Maisonneuve and in only 15 years Maisonneuve became the 5th industrial slum of Canada. However, the area flourished. By 1918, however, the area was saddled with debt and aging factories and infrastructure. It was annexed to Montreal the same year.
Peter-McGill Street in Mercier-Hochelaga-Maisonneuve borough is named after him.
Hochelaga was a former provincial electoral district in the province of Quebec, Canada.
The Montreal Public Libraries Network operates the Hochelaga, Langelier, Maisonneuve, and Mercier libraries.
This riding was created in 1892 from parts of Hochelaga ridings.
Commissioned as a tender to HMCS "Hochelaga II" 1 November 1941
Île Bizard is an island near the Island of Montreal in the Hochelaga Archipelago region.
Named after the First Nations village of Hochelaga, encountered in 1535–36 by the explorer Jacques Cartier, the neighbourhood was at one time believed to be the location of the prehistoric village. Historians and anthropologists have not reached agreement on the location of Hochelaga, a village of the St. Lawrence Iroquoians, who spoke a Laurentian language and were distinct from the Iroquois nations of the "Haudenosaunee". Nevertheless, it is generally agreed that the village of Hochelaga was in the general area of what is downtown Montreal, near Mount Royal. Ironically, the village was not located in the vicinity of Hochelaga-Maisonneuve.
The Bank of Hochelaga was established in 1920 until 1924. Though not in operation for very long, it gave the townspeople excitement, when an attempted robbery occurred on May 24, 1922. On March 13, 1924 it was reported that the Lafleche Branch of the Bank of Hochelaga would be closed and accounts would be transferred to the Bank of Hochelaga in Gravelbourg. The closing of the Lafleche branch corresponded with changes that were occurring in Montreal at the time.
Mercier–Hochelaga-Maisonneuve is known as a bastion of support for the Vision Montreal party.