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Examples of "joliette"
Musée d’art de Joliette (Joliette Museum of Art), Joliette, QC
Besides the town of Joliette, rue Joliette and Joliette metro station in Montreal were named for him.
Joliette Airport, , is located northwest of Joliette, Quebec, Canada.
Station Joliette (exit République and Place de la Joliette)
Joliette is the seat of the judicial district of Joliette.
However, Joliette-Montcalm disappeared in the 1981 election and Joliette was recreated from parts of Joliette-Montcalm and Berthier electoral districts.
Lourdes-de-Joliette Airport, , is a registered aerodrome located north of Lourdes-de-Joliette, Quebec, Canada.
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Joliette () (erected 27 January 1904) is a suffragan in Joliette of the Archdiocese of Montréal.
Joliette is a regional county municipality in the Lanaudière region of Quebec, Canada. Its seat is Joliette.
This station is named for rue Joliette. Barthélémy Joliette (1789–1850) served in the House of Assembly and Legislative Council of Lower Canada; he also founded the village of L'Industrie (later Joliette, Quebec).
He was born in Joliette, Quebec, the son of François-Octave Dugas and Alix Godin who was the daughter of François Benjamin Godin, and was educated at the Séminaire de Joliette and the Université de Montréal. He was admitted to the Quebec bar in 1921 and practised law in Joliette. He taught at the Séminaire de Joliette. Dugas was named King's Counsel in 1931.
Joliette has 3 francophone high schools and 1 anglophone high school as well as the Joliette campus of the Cégep régional de Lanaudière.
In 1909, he was named judge in the Quebec Superior Court for Joliette district. He died at Joliette at the age of 66.
Le National de Joliette were a Junior "A" team based out of Joliette, Quebec. They used to play out of the Quebec Junior AAA Hockey League.
1997, Topeka, Kansas: Marathon Basketball - Joliette, Illinois
Joliette is a city in southwest Quebec, Canada. It is approximately northeast of Montreal, on the L'Assomption River and is the seat of the Regional County Municipality of Joliette. The city is home to the Joliette Art Museum, whose works of art include paintings, sculptures, paper artwork and a large collection of art from the French Middle Ages.
The Olympic Archery Field, Joliette was a field located in Joliette, Quebec. Approved in 1974 by the International Archery Federation (FITA) for use, it hosted the archery competitions for the 1976 Summer Olympics.
Joliette Institution for Women () is a prison for women in Joliette, Quebec, northeast of Montreal. It is operated by the Correctional Service of Canada (CSC) and has a capacity of 115 prisoners.
It was created by the British North America of 1867 which preserved existing electoral districts in Lower Canada. In 1933, Joliette became part of the new electoral district of Joliette—L'Assomption—Montcalm.
After graduation, he became a biology professor at Joliette Seminary, Le collège constituant de Joliette partie intégrante du Cégep régional de Lanaudière and Sacred Heart of Antanimena School in Antananarivo in Madagascar.