Synonyms for loretteville or Related words with loretteville

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Examples of "loretteville"
Loretteville was the birthplace of pop singer Mitsou.
André-Philippe Gagnon (born December 17, 1962 in Loretteville, Quebec) is a Canadian comedian and impressionist.
Geneviève Castrée was born in Loretteville, Quebec, and later lived in the Pacific Northwestern United States.
Born in Loretteville, Quebec, she was educated at Collège Notre-Dame-de-Bellevue, the Séminaire de Québec, and the Université Laval.
La Haute-Saint-Charles is a borough of Quebec City. Population (2006): 74,070. It comprises Lac-Saint-Charles, Saint-Émile, Neufchâtel, Loretteville and Val-Bélair.
Quebec County is a historic county in the province of Quebec, Canada. The county included the Quebec City metropolitan area and extended northwestward. The county seat was Loretteville.
Fire fighting in Quebec began in 1765, but the current force was created by amalgamation of several area fire services (Québec, Sainte-Foy, Sillery, Val-Bélair, Loretteville, Saint-Émile, Lac Saint-Charles, Saint-Augustin-de-Desmaures) in 2002:
The central part of the city consists of industrial areas while northern sections (Loretteville, Val-Bélair) and eastern sections (Beauport, Charlesbourg) are mostly a mix of middle-class residential suburbs.
A biography, "L'homme qui est allé au bout des routes", was published in 1995. He suffered a stroke in 2002, but still continued to walk 6 km per day. He died in 2006. The "Complexe sportif Phil-Latulippe", a sports center, is named in his honor in Loretteville (Québec), where he resided for many years.
Quebec was amalgamated with the cities of Beauport, Cap-Rouge, Charlesbourg, L'Ancienne-Lorette, Lac-Saint-Charles, Loretteville, Saint-Émile, Sainte-Foy, Sillery, Val-Bélair, Vanier and Saint-Augustin-de-Desmaures. In the 2006 demerger, L'Ancienne-Lorette and Saint-Augustin-de-Desmaures regained separate status.
On January 1, 2002, surrounding towns were incorporated into the existing city. The "New Quebec city" includes 11 former municipalities: Sainte-Foy, Beauport, Charlesbourg, Sillery, Loretteville, Val-Bélair, Cap-Rouge, Saint-Émile, Vanier, and Lac-Saint-Charles, in addition to the original Quebec City.
Mitsou Annie Marie Gélinas (born September 1, 1970 in Loretteville, Quebec) is a Canadian pop singer, businesswoman, television and radio host, and actress. She is credited as Mitsou Gélinas when acting, but records simply as Mitsou (the French spelling of "Mitsu", which means honey in Japanese).
Loretteville is a former city in central Quebec, Canada. It was amalgamated into Quebec City on January 1, 2002. It is located within the Borough of La Haute-Saint-Charles and also contains the upmarket neighbourhood of Montchatel. Population (2001): 13,737.
The trilobite Crypotlithus tessalatus lorettensis was discovered for the first time next to the Kabir Kouba waterfalls by the paleontologist August F. Foerste in 1924. The name lorettensis originates from Loretteville. Contrary to the majority of trilobites that possessed eyes, Crypotlithus had none.
His parents immigrated to Canada and settled in Montreal in 1958, but relocated later in the year to Loretteville, near Quebec City. His father, Guy, served in a Moroccan regiment of the French Army of the Second World War and was awarded the French Legion of Honour on October 26, 2011.
Maxime Gingras (born April 22, 1978 in Loretteville, PQ) was a Canadian professional ice hockey goaltender. After eight years spent mostly in the ECHL and UHL, he closed out his career by returning to Quebec to spend four seasons with the Trois-Rivières Caron & Guay of the LNAH.
Wendake is the current name for the Huron-Wendat reserve, an enclave within the former city of Loretteville in the La Haute-Saint-Charles borough of Quebec City, Quebec, Canada. One of the Seven Nations of Canada, this was formerly known as "Village-des-Hurons" ("Huron Village"), and also as "(Jeune)-Lorette".
In 1697, the Hurons left in search of better land for hunting and fishing. Afterwards the site became known as Vieille-Lorette ("Old Loreto") or Ancienne-Lorette ("Former Loreto"). A new location became known as Nouvelle-Lorette ("New Loreto") or Jeune-Lorette ("Young Loreto"), and roughly corresponds to the Loretteville of today. A year later in 1698, the Parish of Notre-Dame-de-l'Annonciation was established.
The convent has many of its original walls intact and houses a little chapel and a museum. Located in the middle of the historical district of Quebec City, which is recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage District. The school has two campuses. In the Quebec City campus, there are more than four hundred girls enrolled from pre-school through primary school (5 to 12 years). There is also a coeducational campus in Loretteville.
Steckley has become a deeply respected figure amongst the Wyandot. On his adoption into the Wyandot tribe in 1999, he was named "Tehaondechoren" ("he who splits the country in two"). He was also given the name "Hechon" by descendants of the Huron in Loretteville, Quebec City, while teaching them their own historical language. This was a name that had previously been given to Jean de Brébeuf (1593–1649), one of the North American Martyrs, by his Huron and Wyandot followers.