Synonyms for lachenaie or Related words with lachenaie

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Examples of "lachenaie"
He was born in Lachenaie, Lower Canada, the son of Jean-Marie Mathieu and Josephte Quenneville. Mathieu was educated at the Collège Masson à Terrebonne. In 1830, he married Josephte Duprat. He was a major in the militia, a justice of the peace and president of the agricultural society at Lachenaie. He was also a school commissioner and was mayor of Lachenaie from 1867 to 1869. Mathieu died in Lachenaie at the age of 67.
The Lachenaie landfill is a landfill in Terrebonne, Quebec – northeast of Montreal.
"Note: since June 2001, Lachenaie and La Plaine are now a part of Terrebonne."
The Lachenaie Landfill Site is owned and operated by BFI Canada Inc.
He was born in Montreal, the son of François Beaumont, dit Pistolet and Françoise Boucher. In 1780, he married Marie-Rose Gauthier. Beaumont operated a farm at Lachenaie. He did not run for reelection in 1804. In 1821, he was named a justice of the peace. Beaumont died in Lachenaie at the age of 74.
It consisted initially of the cities of Charlemagne, Lachenaie, Mascouche and Repentigny; and the Parish Municipality of La Plaine in the County Regional Municipality of Les Moulins.
The Université de Montréal has a small campus located near the Pierre Le Gardeur Hospital in the Lachenaie sector of the city of Terrebonne.
Lachenaie is an off-island suburb of Montreal, in southwestern Quebec, Canada on the Rivière des Mille-Îles. It is located within the city of Terrebonne, and is in the Regional County Municipality of Les Moulins. Population: (2001): 21,709
He died August 27, 1916 in Lachenaie. His daughter Adine published his correspondence in 1929. The "Fund-Napoleon Bourassa" was created in his honor at the University of Ottawa. His works were exhibited at Galerie L'Art français
The riding is located to the northeast of the Montreal region, in the Quebec region of Lanaudière. It consists of the Montcalm RCM, the city of Mascouche, and the districts of La Plaine and Lachenaie in the city of Terrebonne.
Jean-Marie Rochon (March 1774 – February 13, 1837) was a master carpenter and political figure in Lower Canada. He represented Leinster from 1822 to 1827 and Lachenaie from 1830 to 1837 in the Legislative Assembly of Lower Canada.
Along with the Ste. Sophie landfill, these two dumps collect garbage for the Greater Montreal Area. Currently, Lachenaie receives approximately 30% of the residual materials produced by the greater Montreal area.
The town of Lachenaie, which was founded in 1670 by Lord Charles Aubert de Lachenaye, is the oldest of the three towns that were merged. Some natives were already present on this territory at the time. The colonisation really started in 1647 when Lachenaie was merged with the Repentigny Seigniory. Louis Lepage de Ste-Claire, priest, canon, and the son of René Lepage de Sainte-Claire, acquired the Seigniory of Terrebonne on 2 September 1720. Abbot Louis Lepage de Ste-Claire built the first church in 1734 and the first manor in 1735. A few years later, Abbot Lepage equipped the town with both a saw mill and a flour mill.
He was born in Mascouche, Quebec, the son of Michel Rochon and Marie-Euphrasie Boismier, and later moved to Lachenaie. In 1799, he married Céleste Cotinot, dit Laurier, a first cousin once removed. Rochon was first elected in an 1822 by-election held following the death of Jacques Trullier, dit Lacombe. He was reelected in 1824 but defeated when he ran for reelection in 1827. Rochon voted in support of the Ninety-Two Resolutions. He died in office at Lachenaie at the age of 62.
The Lachenaie Landfill began receiving municipal solid waste in 1968. Non-hazardous waste comes from the cities of Montreal and Laval as well as from the municipalities of L’Assomption, Thérèse-De-Blainville, Deux-Montagnes, Joliette, Montcalm, Mirabel, Quebec, Rivière-du-Nord and Montérégie.
He was born in Lachenaie, the son of Charles-Jean-Baptiste Bouc and Archange Lepage. He operated a farm at Sainte-Anne-des-Plaines. Bouc was a lieutenant in the militia and served during the War of 1812. In 1813, he married Françoise Dalcourt. Bouc died in office at Sainte-Anne-des-Plaines at the age of 48.
This city is divided in three sectors, namely Lachenaie, La Plaine and Terrebonne. In the past, these sectors were distinct cities, but, on 22 August 2001, they merged under the name of "Terrebonne". According to the 2011 Canadian Census Terrebonne has a population of 106,322, making it Montreal's fourth largest suburb.
It is located immediately north of Laval on the north shore of the Rivière des Mille-Îles, and comprises the municipalities of Terrebonne and Mascouche. Historic communities in the region, which are now arrondissements of the two existing cities, include Lachenaie and La Plaine.
At the time of the municipal merger in late August 2001, Lachenaie had over 20,000 residents, La Plaine had 17,000 residents, and Terrebonne had almost 46,000 residents. This merger made Terrebonne the 10th largest city in Quebec. Ten years later, the city had around 106,322 citizens on of land, according to the 2011 Canadian Census.
Born in Mascouche, Quebec, Tremblay attended the Cégep régional de Lanaudière in Terrebonne and obtained a degree in administration. He was also elected as an independent city councilor in Mascouche in 2005 and served as the director of a local electronic store in Lachenaie.