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Examples of "lachute"
In 1966, Lachute and the Village of Ayersville merged, forming the "Cité de Lachute". In 1971, during the construction of Montréal-Mirabel International Airport, a part of the Saint-Jérusalem Parish was added to Lachute. In 1981, "Cité de Lachute" became "Ville de Lachute". In 2000, about 10 square kilometers of Mirabel's territory was annexed by Lachute. In 2002, the "Service de police municipale de Lachute" was transferred to the Sûreté du Québec.
Lachute Airport is a general aviation airport southwest of Lachute, northwest of Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
Born in Montreal, Quebec, Whissell received a bachelor's degree in civil engineering from the École polytechnique de Montréal in 1990. He worked as an engineer at Whissell Inc., in Lachute, and became the president and owner of Beton 344 Inc. in Saint-André-d'Argenteuil near Lachute, and the president and vice-president of the Chamber of Commerce of Lachute.
In 1885, the Town of Lachute was incorporated with a population of around 1300 persons, and in the same year Lachute high school was founded. In 1901, electricity was brought to the town.
McGibbon was born in Chatham in the Laurentians region of Quebec, the son of Findlay McGibbon, was educated at the Lachute Academy and established himself at Lachute. In 1876, he married Margaret Elizabeth McArthur.
CJLA-FM is a French-language Canadian radio station located in Lachute, Quebec.
He resides in Lachute, Quebec, Canada where he works as a councillor when not skiing.
Yves St-Denis’ riding office in Lachute was formerly occupied by David Whissell, and Roland Richer.
It is the seat of Argenteuil Regional County Municipality, and is served by the Lachute Airport.
In 2000, about 10 square kilometres of Mirabel's territory was annexed by Lachute.
He was born in Lachute, Canada East, the son of John Simpson and Jane Dey, and was educated at the Collège de Lachute. Simpson published "The Watchman and Ottawa Valley Advocate". In 1874, he married Mary Fitzgerald. He served in the Argenteuil Rangers, retiring at the rank of lieutenant. Simpson was also master of the local Masonic lodge. He was secretary-treasurer for the Lachute municipal council from 1886 to 1889. Simpson was defeated when he ran for reelection in 1897; he ran unsuccessfully as the Conservative candidate for a federal seat for Argenteuil in 1900. He died in Lachute at the age of 49.
Prior to entering federal politics, McGibbon was an alderman on the Lachute town council for six years.
Argenteuil is a regional county municipality located in the Laurentides region of Quebec, Canada. Its seat is Lachute.
Christie was the first pharmacist in Lachute. He was unable to hold the riding in the 1904 federal election when he was defeated by Conservative candidate George Halsey Perley. He attempted to regain the seat 17 years later in the 1921 federal election, this time running as a conservative, but was again defeated. He died in Lachute at the age of 79.
Born in Chatham, Canada East, Hay was a farmer. He was mayor of Lachute from 1907 to 1909. He ran unsuccessfully for the Legislative Assembly of Quebec in the riding of Argenteuil in 1892. He was elected in a 1910 by-election and was defeated in 1912. A Liberal, he was elected in 1916 and served until his death in 1925 in Lachute.
HMCS "Lachute" was a modified that served with the Royal Canadian Navy during the Second World War. She saw action primarily in the Battle of the Atlantic as a convoy escort. She was named for Lachute, Quebec. After the war she was sold to the Dominican Navy.
He was born in Lachute, Lower Canada, the son of John Meikle, originally a manufacturer in Glasgow, and Jean Greenshields. In 1830, he became co-owner of the general store established by his father at Lachute. Meikle was a justice of the peace and also served in the Commissioners' Court. He ran unsuccessfully for a seat in the House of Commons in 1887.
The village grew quickly: by 1803 there were 30 families scattered on both banks of the North River and by 1810, Lachute counted 83 families, including 211 children of school age. In 1804, a mill was built at the falls and the first general store opened in 1813. One year later, Sir John Johnson bought a large part of the Argenteuil Seigneury. He built a sawmill and gave land for the construction of churches, helping to attract new settlers to Argenteuil. In 1825, Thomas Barron became the first judge, then the first mayor of Lachute. The Lachute post office was established in 1835.
Born in Lachute, Quebec, Valois was educated at the Seminaire de Joliette and the Université de Montréal, attained Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Laws degrees.
Route 158 is an east-west arterial road running between Lachute and Berthierville, north of the Ottawa and Saint Lawrence rivers, in the Laurentides region.