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Examples of "jodoin"
He was born in Boucherville, Lower Canada, the son of Jean-Baptiste Jodoin and Céleste Quintal. Jodoin was married twice: to Gilette Viau in 1830 and to Marie-Louise Jodoin in 1866. He was mayor from 1862 to 1868. Jodoin died in Montreal at the age of 74.
Individuals born in Sainte-Madeleine include artist France Jodoin.
He was born in Boucherville, Lower Canada, the son of Amable Jodoin and Esther Weilbrenner. Jodoin served as a member of Montreal city council. He married Marie-Hélène Jodoin in 1853. Jodoin was a director of the Metropolitan Bank. In 1870, he purchased a foundry in Longueuil. The Jodoins also purchased several properties in the Old Montreal area. His election to the House of Commons in 1874 was overturned; he won the by-election which followed in 1875 but that election was again appealed; Pierre Basile Benoit won the by-election held in 1876. Jodoin died four years later at the age of 51 in Beloeil, Quebec.
Valerie Jodoin Keaton is a Canadian photographer and musician.
In 2001, Valerie Jodoin Keaton earned a degree in commercial photography at Dawson's Institute of Photography.
Kuehn Malvezzi, Pelletier De Fontenay, Jodoin Lamarre Pratte, Dupras Ledoux and NCK
Jodoin lives and works in Cowansville, Quebec, and is married to Canadian artist Kevin Sonmor.
Jodoin was eliminated. McLean was eliminated after the second count with 2890 votes.
Jodoin was the first francophone woman and the first woman from Quebec named to the Senate.
Sonmor has a studio in Dunham, Quebec, and lives in nearby Cowansville with his wife, painter France Jodoin.
Valerie Jodoin Keaton is represented in Canada by 2m2 Agency and in the United States by Morrison Hotel Gallery.
In 2012 he co-produced and mixed American psychedelic rock band Heavy Glow's second album together with Nic Jodoin.
Jodoin played junior ice hockey with Rosemont National in the QMHL during 1969–70 and 1970–71, and later with Concordia University in the CIS. Jodoin was hired as an assistant coach with the Pittsburgh Penguins for the 1987–88 NHL season, then earned his first head coaching duties with the Halifax Citadels of the American Hockey League during 1990–91 and 1991–92. Jodoin would return to the NHL as an assistant coach with the Quebec Nordiques for 1992–93 and 1993–94. When the QMHL expanded to the Maritimes, Jodoin returned to the City of Halifax as coach of the Halifax Mooseheads for their first three seasons from 1994–95 to 1996–97. Jodoin was again hired as an NHL assistant coach, this time with the Montreal Canadiens for six seasons from 1997–98 to 2002–03. Jodoin returned to the QMJHL, coaching the Lewiston Maineiacs for three seasons from 2004–05 to 2006–07. Jodoin received the Paul Dumont Trophy in the 2005–06 as "Personality of the Year."
René Jodoin (30 December 1920 — 22 January 2015) was an animation director and producer who founded the French-language animation studio of the National Film Board of Canada. Born in Hull, Quebec on December 30, 1920, Jodoin died in Montreal on January 22, 2015 at the age of 94.
Eltjo Wiersema was acclaimed as reeve of Dawson. Brenda Jodoin, Aime Desaulniers, Bennett Drennan and Archie Wiersema were elected to council.
Marianna Beauchamp Jodoin (29 November 1881 – 4 January 1980) was a Liberal party member of the Senate of Canada. She was born in Montreal, Quebec.
Organized as an artistic collective, Le Patin Libre is currently composed of five dedicated members: Samory Ba, Jasmin Boivin, Taylor Dilley, Alexandre Hamel, Pascale Jodoin.
Clément Jodoin (born January 10, 1952) is a retired ice hockey player, former head coach of the Hamilton Bulldogs of the American Hockey League, and current assistant coach of the Montréal Canadiens, having previously been the head coach of the Rimouski Océanic of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League. Jodoin was an assistant coach with the Canada national junior hockey team for the 2008 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships. Jodoin has twice been named the QMJHL's "Coach of the Year," receiving the Ron Lapointe Trophy in 1997 and 2007. The Canadian Hockey League honoured Jodoin with the Brian Kilrea Coach of the Year Award in 2007, leading the Lewiston Maineiacs to the QMJHL President's Cup and a 2007 Memorial Cup berth. He is representing the Cantonniers of Magog Midget AAA hockey team for the 2012-2013 season as their president of honour.
He is co-animator for the radio station CKOI-FM for the show "Lève-toi et marche" with Guy Jodoin, Patrice Bélanger and Karine Robert.
The daughter of Jean-Joseph Beauchamp and Élisa Décary, she was educated at the Convent d'Hochelaga. In 1905, she married Tancrède Jodoin.