Synonyms for lennoxville or Related words with lennoxville

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Examples of "lennoxville"
Lennoxville (Airview) Airport, , was located south of Lennoxville, Quebec, Canada.
The Bishop's campus uniquely features a golf course and club: The Old Lennoxville Golf Club. The club was founded by Bishop's University and received a charter from the Royal Canadian Golf Association in the year 1897. There are four golf clubs that pre-exist Lennoxville in the RCGA. They are: Royal Montreal founded in 1873; Royal Quebec founded in 1874; Murray Bay founded in 1876; and Royal Ottawa founded in 1891. In 1963, the Directors of the Lennoxville Golf Club founded and constructed the "Milby" course. Owned and operated by the Lennoxville Golf Club, the directors continued to operate both clubs under the umbrella of "the Lennoxville Golf Club" until 1975. The two different locations were being referred to as the Lennoxville Golf Club (Milby Course) and the Lennoxville Golf Club (the Old Course), thus the present name of the "Old Lennoxville Golf Club" was established. The course remains one of the oldest in Canada.
The Brazilians were represented by their national team, which trained at the Lennoxville Curling Club in Lennoxville, Quebec. They are all students at the Université de Sherbrooke.
Lennoxville had previously existed as an independent city until Jan. 1, 2002, when the city of Lennoxville, along with several other formerly independent towns and cities in the region, were merged with the city of Sherbrooke. A demerger referendum held on June 20, 2004 failed to attract the required majority of votes to reestablish Lennoxville as an independent city.
Champlain College Lennoxville is the Champlain Regional College campus serving the Eastern Townships (Estrie). The campus is located in the borough of Lennoxville, of Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada. Like the other campuses of Champlain Regional College, the Lennoxville campus is an English-language public post-secondary institution.
Lennoxville is an "arrondissement", or borough, of the city of Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada. Lennoxville is located at the confluence of the St. Francis and Massawippi Rivers approximately five kilometres south of downtown Sherbrooke.
Numerous educational institutions are located in Lennoxville, including Bishop's University, Champlain Regional College, Bishop's College School and Alexander Galt Regional High School. During the school year, the population of Lennoxville increases significantly as students from elsewhere in Canada and around the world move to Lennoxville to attend school. Bishop's College School is home to Canada's oldest indoor ice hockey rink.
During the urban agglomeration in 2002, the City of Sherbrooke acquired the borough of Lennoxville, and along with it, the bog. Lennoxville had long used the lands as its water source, which has since been abandoned.
Davis was educated at the University of Bishop’s College, Lennoxville and ordained in 1932.
The Lennoxville massacre, or Lennoxville purge, was a mass murder which took place at the Hells Angels clubhouse in Lennoxville, Quebec on March 24, 1985. Five members of the Hells Angels North Chapter, founded by Laurent "L'Anglais" Viau and Yves "Apache" Trudeau, were shot dead. This event divided rival outlaw motorcycle gangs in Quebec, leading to the formation of the Rock Machine club, a rival to the Hells in the 1990s.
Main towns include Coaticook, Lennoxville (now part of Sherbrooke), North Hatley, Stanstead, and Ayer's Cliff.
Bishop's College School is a private school in Lennoxville, Quebec, Canada.
Champlain College Lennoxville shares a campus with its neighbour, Bishop's University.
Tom Nütten (; born June 8, 1971) is a former American football guard who played eight seasons in the National Football League (NFL) with the St. Louis Rams. He was raised in Oelde, Germany and played high school football in Magog, Quebec and at Bishop's College School in Lennoxville, Quebec. He played college football at Champlain Lennoxville – Prep School located on the Bishop's University campus, also in Lennoxville, and at Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo, Michigan.
He is currently the Principal and Vice-Chancellor of Bishop's University in Lennoxville, Quebec.
In 2002-03, Champlain College Lennoxville got a team to play in the LHJAAAQ - Lennoxville Cougars, based on the campus of College Champlain and Bishops University. The Cougars, who were coached by former NHLer Stéphane Lebeau formed a discipline style of hockey. The method paid off, and Lennoxville captured the Napa Cup as league champions and won the Fred Page Cup. Lennoxville finished the Royal Bank Cup 1-3, the Cougars exited the tournament with a semi-finals loss to the Camrose Kodiaks of the AJHL.
Waterman was born into an ecclesiastical family, educated at University of Bishop’s College, Lennoxville and ordained in 1921.
The oldest operating cadet corps in Canada is the Bishop's College School #2 Cadet Corps in Lennoxville, Quebec.
The Brazilian team was training at the Lennoxville Curling Club in Quebec in preparation for the challenge.
In the Quebec municipal elections on 1 November 2009, Price was elected president of the Lennoxville borough of Sherbrooke.