Synonyms for lecours or Related words with lecours

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Examples of "lecours"
Lecours Lumber Company Ltd. which operates a sawmill located in Calstock on a long-term federal lease. Lecours is the main employer of the Constance Lake First Nation, with 225 employees at this location. After months of negotiations, on 25 February 2013 Ben Lecours of Lecours Lumber Company Ltd. and Constance Lake First Nation negotiated memorandum of agreements through Regina based mediator Kenneth Gamble regarding Lecours operations on Constance Lake First Nation. The MOAs cover "employment and training for Constance Lake members, and business opportunities for the First Nation businesses" in addition to the land "lease agreement."
Lecours Lumber Company Ltd. which operates a saw mill located in Calstock on a long-term federal lease, is the main employer of the community. After months of negotiations, on 25 February 2013 Ben Lecours of Lecours Lumber Company Ltd. and Constance Lake First Nation negotiated memorandum of agreements through Regina based mediator, Kenneth Gamble regarding Lecours operations on Constance Lake First Nation. The MOAs cover "employment and training for Constance Lake members, and business opportunities for the First Nation businesses" in addition to the land "lease agreement."
Danny Lecours (born October 5, 1955) is a Canadian retired professional ice hockey player.
Adolphe Lecours (January 23, 1878 – July 6, 1955 ) was a Canadian sports executive.
On January 4, 1987, in a pre-game ceremony, the Milwaukee Admirals retired Danny Lecours sweater #27.
Born in 1955 in Princeville, Quebec, Lecours played three seasons in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League with the Quebec Remparts and Chicoutimi Saguenéens. Lecours also played two seasons in the semi-pro USHL (with the Milwaukee Admirals) before he began his professional career in 1977 with the Milwaukee Admirals of the International Hockey League where over nine seasons he played 554 regular season games and registered 360 goals and 282 assists for 642 points, while earning 345 penalty minutes. Lecours also played 45 playoff games for the Admirals, scoring 16 goals and 15 assists for 31 points, with 27 minutes in penalties.
Lecours, who once told the team's management that he "didn't want to play for any team that was going to trade him", played his entire professional career with the Milwaukee Admirals. At the time of his retirement, following the 1986-87 season, Lecours held the IHL record for most goals in a season with 75, and he also held 16 Admirals team records. He continues to hold onto several of his team records including:
Lecours was the president of the L'Association athletique d'amateurs le National in 1910 when the Club Athletique-Canadien, owned by George Kennedy purchased the Montreal Canadiens professional ice hockey team. Lecours became the second head coach of the Montreal Canadiens. He coached the team for only the one season 1910–11. His record that one year was 8-8-0. He demanded a raise in pay and was replaced by Napoléon Dorval.
Ernest Anselm LeCours (August 6, 1911 – March 10, 1993) was a Canadian politician. He served in the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia from 1964 to 1972, as a Social Credit member for the constituency of Richmond.
Napoleon Dorval was the third head coach of the Montreal Canadiens, following Adolphe Lecours. He coached the team for the 1911–12 season and the 1912–13 season. His record for those two seasons was 17-21-0.
On April 13, 2013, as part of the Admirals celebrating their 35th season, Lecours was named the 2nd greatest Milwaukee Admiral of all time as voted by fans, behind only Pekka Rinne.
Fyfe's preliminary hearing began on 6 November 2000. Jean Lecours was the crown prosecutor heading up the case against Fyfe. He is now serving a life sentence in a psychiatric hospital in Saskatchewan . The four last victims he admitted to only after being incarcerated .
He was born in Bromptonville, Quebec (now Sherbrooke, Quebec), the son of Edgar A. Boucher and Yvette Lecours, and was educated at the Université de Sherbrooke. He was employed in the fields of health, education and social services and was manager at the CLSC in Sherbrooke. Boucher was mayor of Saint-Denis-de-Brompton and served as prefect for the Regional County Municipality of Val-Saint-François. He was defeated when he ran for reelection in the 2007 provincial election.
When Maurice Duplessis, premier of Quebec in the 40's, sets in motion rural electrification, it is teamwork of electricity cooperatives of Roxton Pond, Sainte-Cécile-de-Milton, Ange-Gardien, Saint-Alphonse, and Saint-Valérien who undertake the project in this region; the COOP didn't rival each other and instead create "Coopérative d'électricité de Saint-Valérien de Shefford", inaugurated in 1947. An airport is established on the land that used to belong to Albert Lecours; it is sold to Granby three years later (its activity ceases with the arrival of "Autoroute des Cantons" in 1962).
The river begins at an unnamed lake and heads southwest through geographic Nickle Township into the municipality of Manitouwadge to Agonzon Lake. It exits the lake over a dam east, then resumes a southwest course, passes under Ontario Highway 614, through geographic Lecours Township, then under Ontario Highway 17 and the Canadian Pacific Railway main line. The river enters geographic Pic Township, passes over the Wawatay Generating Station and dam, takes in the left tributary Little Black River, and reaches its mouth at the Pic River, across from the Ojibways of the Pic River First Nation Pic River 50 reserve and just above that river's mouth at Lake Superior.
He is the estranged brother in law to a French-speaking French-Canadian Quebecer who was supplying Tony Soprano with the expired prescription drug Labetalol shipments that they were smuggling from Canada as newly produced medication at an agreed price. He also speaks Québécois French and is a follower of Bohemian and Rastafari movement culture by having natty dreadlock type hair. Rene had divorced from the Quebecer's sister and as a result the two were involved in a dispute over custody of their child and wants to take the child to Winnipeg, Manitoba where he works as a drummer. It is suggested that he is only battling over custody of their child in a vain attempt to have his wife make amends and come back to him. He is negligent of his alimony and child support checks. The Quebecers agreed to drop the price of the Labetalol if Tony organized someone to "take care of the problem", meaning Rene. Tony appointed Bobby to do the hit. Bobby followed Rene into the laundry room of his apartment building in Ottawa, Canada and shot him in the chest, leaving him choking for breath on the floor. Earlier in the episode Tony had pointed out that Bobby had yet to kill anyone; unlike his father who was referred to as a "Terminator". Bobby then finished the job and shot LeCours in the head, and quickly fled the scene.