Synonyms for hudon or Related words with hudon

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Examples of "hudon"
District 4: Rejean Hudon, Independent (South, Pibrac)
In his first full professional season in 2014–15, Hudon was assigned to the Canadiens AHL affiliate, the Hamilton Bulldogs. Hudon quickly assumed a top-line scoring role and recorded a spectacular rookie season with 57 points in 75 games. Finishing second amongst the Bulldogs in scoring and second amongst rookie's league-wide, Hudon was selected to the AHL All-Rookie Team. Hudon was also selected to the AHL All-Star Game, posting 3 goals and an assist to earn co-MVP honors.
Simone Marie Yvette Hudon-Beaulac (1905–1984) was a Canadian printmaker.
Jean-Yves Bernard and Julie Hudon, for the intervener the Attorney General of Quebec.
Gilbert's known victims are Stanley Jagodowski, Henry Hudon, Kenneth Cutting, and Edward Skwira.
The Flyers left the following players unprotected: goaltender Gil Hudon and skaters Don Nachbaur and Brian Tutt.
Isabelle Hudon, born in 1967, is a Canadian businesswoman. She is Executive Chair, Quebec and Senior Vice-President, Client Solutions for Sun Life Financial.
On May 5, 2013, Hudon was signed to a three-year entry-level contract with the Montreal Canadiens. During his last junior season in 2013–14, continuing as the Saguenéens captain, Hudon lead the offense with 41 points in 33 games before he was traded to Baie-Comeau Drakkar. He helped Drakkar to the President Cup Finals, co-leading the team in goals with 10 and finishing third amongst points with 21.
In February 1963, the Front de libération du Québec (FLQ) was founded by three Rassemblement pour l'indépendance nationale members who had met each other as part of the Réseau de résistance. They were Georges Schoeters, Raymond Villeneuve, and Gabriel Hudon.
Isabelle Hudon was President and Chief Executive Officer of the Board of Trade of Metropolitan Montreal from 2004 to 2008. She then served as President of Marketel, a position she held until joining Sun Life Financial in 2010.
Jean-Guy Hudon (born 24 April 1941 in La Pocatière, Quebec) was a Progressive Conservative member of the Canadian House of Commons from 1984 to 1993. He was an administrator by career.
Leduc's grand nephew, Philippe Hudon, is an ice hockey player who was drafted by the Detroit Red Wings in the 5th round of the 2011 NHL Entry Draft. Philippe is currently playing NCAA Division I college hockey at Cornell University.
In February 1963, the FLQ was founded by three RIN members who had met each other as part of the Réseau de résistance. They were Georges Schoeters, Raymond Villeneuve, and Gabriel Hudon.
In 2013 he signed with the label La Meute and released the album "Bestove". Live he performs with the Dauphins Vampires, which consists of Alex Champigny (guitars/keyboards), Carl-Éric Hudon (bass) and Lydia Champagne (drums).
Hudon [the Dean of Law at Laval], a Conservative and adviser to Prime Minister Duplessis, was a rival of Pigeon, who was a Liberal and the adviser to Adélard Godbout, the Liberal Leader of the Opposition. During question period in the National Assembly (then known as the Legislative Assembly), Hudon would stand behind the green curtain on the left side of the Speaker's Chair and advise Duplessis, when a particular question of the Opposition was difficult. Pigeon stood behind the same curtain on the other side and fed questions and advice to Godbout. When the question period was over, the two adversaries — Hudon and Pigeon — would walk out arm-in-arm, complaining audibly about the state of politics and politicians.
A group of comedians for the show is selected after sending in a text or video application. Others are contacted directly by the show's artistic director Charles Hudon and his colleague Émilie Dieudonné at humour festivals. Some are hesitant to participate because they are scared of the jury, as was the case with mainstay Arnaud Tsamere.
Gossabrough is a coastal hamlet, wick and ness on the southeast side of the island of Yell, Shetland, Scotland. The Wick of Gossabrough lies between the northern extremity of Gossabrough Ness and the Saddle of Swarister. The hamlet is accessed via the B9081 road. The Loch of Hudon lies just to the southwest.
On one occasion, according to the journalist Pantaléon Hudon, Ducharme’s Indians tracked down and captured six deserters from Salaberry’s unit; they were court-martialled and, on the lieutenant-colonel’s orders, shot. Ducharme, who regarded such punishment as too severe, never forgave Salaberry and told him that he would have helped the men to escape had he known the fate that awaited them.
Charles Simard-Hudon (born June 23, 1994) is a Canadian professional ice hockey Left Wing currently playing for the St. John's IceCaps in the American Hockey League (AHL) as a prospect to the Montreal Canadiens of the National Hockey League (NHL). He was drafted 122nd overall by the Canadiens in the 2012 NHL Entry Draft.
Hudon played his amateur midget hockey within his native Quebec with the Saint-Eustache Vikings of the QMAAA. He was drafted to the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League, 6th overall by the Chicoutimi Saguenéens. Following two prolific seasons in the QMJHL he was selected in the 2012 NHL Entry Draft by the Montreal Canadiens.