Synonyms for la_tuque_quebec or Related words with la_tuque_quebec

dégelis              mont_laurier              la_tuque              cloridorme              puvirnituq              chibougamau              sept_îles_quebec              côte_nord              cacouna              sainte_agathe_des_monts              saint_jovite              etchemin              maniwaki              louiseville              abitibi_témiscamingue              laurentides              matapédia              saguenay_quebec              rivière_rouge              capitale_nationale              sept_îles              sainte_flavie              natashquan              causapscal              kuujjuaq_quebec              gaspésie              aguanish              mistissini              montérégie              nemaska              les_escoumins              winnipegosis              quaqtaq              val_brillant              la_tuque_urban_agglomeration              vaudreuil_dorion              lévis_quebec              batiscanie_quebec              saint_jean_chrysostome              sainte_thècle_quebec              témiscaming              baie_comeau_quebec              oujé_bougoumou              cookshire              matagami              matane              tasiujaq              lac_au_saumon              cap_santé              wemotaci             

Examples of "la_tuque_quebec"
On March 26, 2003 it was merged into the expanded city of La Tuque, Quebec.
CFLM-FM is a French-language Canadian radio station located in La Tuque, Quebec.
La Tuque Water Aerodrome, , is located north of La Tuque, Quebec, Canada.
Clova is a hamlet within the city of La Tuque, Quebec, Canada, in the Mauricie region.
La Tuque Airport, , is located adjacent to La Tuque, Quebec, Canada.
La Tuque railway station is a staffed Via Rail station located on Rue St-Louis in La Tuque, Quebec, Canada.
"The call sign CBME was formerly used for a low-power AM repeater in La Tuque, Quebec which changed to CBVE-1."
Parent railway station is a staffed Via Rail station located on rue Commerciale in the Parent community of La Tuque, Quebec, Canada.
The call sign CBME was formerly used for a low-power AM repeater in La Tuque, Quebec which changed to CBVE-1.
Steven Guilbeault (born 1970 in La Tuque, Quebec) is a Canadian science reporter, environmental reporter, environmental journalist, writer, consultant, venture capitalist, professional speaker, NGO founder and environmental activist. He is best known as the co-founder of Équiterre, a non-profit and non-governmental organization.
In June 2014, about 80 high school students in La Tuque, Quebec, each received 10-dollar Cool Taxi coupons provided by the city of La Tuque and the Sûreté du Québec provincial police so that the students could get home safely after their graduation dance.
Camil Bouchard (born October 27, 1945 in La Tuque, Quebec) is a Quebec politician, teacher and psychology researcher. He was a Member of National Assembly of Quebec from 2003 to 2010, representing the riding of Vachon in Longueuil. He is a member of the Parti Québécois.
Constant Awashish (born in 1981 in La Tuque, Quebec) is an Atikamekw chief. Since 2014, he is the Grand Chief of the Conseil de la Nation Atikamekw (CNA), the tribal council uniting the three Atikamekw Nations. He is known to have declared the sovereignty on their ancestral territory, the Nitaskinan, with the other Atikamekw chiefs.
He was born in La Tuque, Quebec, Canada from a family of pioneers in 1914, sixth in a family of eleven children. He began his studies at the University of Ottawa but was forced to stop due to the Great Depression.
The town of Bécancour was created October 17, 1965, from an amalgamation of eleven municipalities. Bécancour was one of the province of Quebec's first amalgamated cities. At the time, Bécancour was the largest city in Quebec in terms of land area (as of 2003, the title belongs to La Tuque, Quebec).
Awashish was born in La Tuque, Quebec in 1981. He was mainly raised by his maternal grandparents on the Indian Reserve of Opitciwan in the northern Mauricie region of Quebec. He completed his elementary and high school studies in La Tuque. He received a law degree from the University of Ottawa, specializing in the rights of the Indigenous people and their territorial rights, the legislation of indigenous entities, and corporative law.
By the early 20th century, paper mills sprang up around New England and the rest of the world, due to the high demand for paper. At this time, there were many world leaders of the production of paper; one of such was the Brown Company in Berlin, New Hampshire run by William Wentworth Brown. During the year 1907, the Brown Company cut between 30 and 40 million acres of woodlands on their property, which extended from La Tuque, Quebec, Canada to West Palm, Florida.
The Conseil de la Nation Atikamekw (CNA) (French for "Council of the Atikamekw Nation"), officially named Atikamekw Sipi - Conseil de la Nation Atikamekw, is a tribal council in Quebec, Canada. It is composed of the three Atikamekw bands: Manawan, Opitciwan and Wemotaci. Together, the three bands have a total registered population of 7,747 members in 2016. It is headquartered in La Tuque, Quebec. The role of the CNA is to officially represent all Atikamekw Nehirowisiw. In September 2014, the CNA declared its sovereignty on its ancestral territory, the Nitaskinan, covering approximatly 80,000 sq km.
The municipalities in Sweden cover the entire territory of the nation. Unlike the United States or Canada, there are no unincorporated areas. The municipalities in the north cover large areas of sparsely populated land. Kiruna, at 19 446 km², is sometimes held to be the world's largest "city" by area, although places like La Tuque, Quebec (28 421 km², official style "Ville"), Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo, Alberta (63 343 km², official style "specialized municipality") and the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder in Western Australia (95 575 km²) are larger. (By comparison, the total area of the state of Lebanon is 10 452 km².) At any rate, several northern municipalities are larger than many counties in the more densely populated southern part of the country.
Evans was born and raised in Norway House, Manitoba, and was educated in Winnipeg, Calgary and La Tuque, Quebec. Prior to his career with the clergy and politics, Evans was a truck driver and commercial fisherman. As a priest, Evans is a member of the Diocesan Council in the Anglican Diocese of Keewatin and a member of the "Anglican Council of Indigenous People". He served as a band councillor in Norway House from 1980 to 1988, and was the band's acting chief for two years during this period. He was elected as the band's chief in 1996, was re-elected in 1998 and 2002, and was also an executive councillor in the Manitoba Keewatinowi Okimakanak and the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs. He stepped down as chief of Norway House Cree Nation to run for the AMC leadership. In addition to his political work, Evans is a member of the "Norway House Fisherman's Co-op", and holds a commercial fishing license. In 1998, Evans was presented with "The Order of the Buffalo Hunt" from then-Premier Gary Filmon.