Synonyms for madawaska or Related words with madawaska

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Examples of "madawaska"
The Madawaska School Department in Madawaska, Maine serves the area of Madawaska, St. David, and Grand Isle. There are two schools that serve the student population, the Madawaska Elementary School and the Madawaska Middle/High School.
The Madawaska - Edmundston Border Crossing is at the Edmundston–Madawaska Bridge that connects the town of Madawaska, Maine with Edmundston, New Brunswick on the Canada–US border.
Upper Madawaska River Provincial Park is a waterway-class provincial park on the Madawaska River in Nipissing District, Ontario, Canada. The park consists of a strip of land along both shores of the Madawaska River from Whitney to Madawaska, both communities in South Algonquin Township. It is upstream and north of the Lower Madawaska River Provincial Park.
Sainte-Anne-de-Madawaska (2006 population: 1,073) is a Canadian village in Madawaska County, New Brunswick.
Madawaska Collins Field Aerodrome, , is located north of Madawaska, Ontario, Canada.
The Republic of Madawaska (French: ) was an unrecognized state in the northwest corner of Madawaska County, New Brunswick (also known as the "New Brunswick Panhandle") and adjacent areas of Aroostook County in the US State of Maine and of Quebec. The word "Madawaska" comes from the Mi'kmaq words "madawas" (porcupine) and "kak" (place). Thus, the Madawaska is "the country of the porcupine". The Madawaska River which flows into the Saint John River at Edmundston, New Brunswick and Madawaska, Maine flows through the region.
Saint-François-de-Madawaska (2011 pop.: 533) is a Canadian village in Madawaska County, New Brunswick.
Two ships of the United States Navy have been named USS "Madawaska", after Madawaska, Maine, a town in northern Aroostook.
Madawaska Valley Airpark or Barry's Bay/Madawaska Valley Airpark, , is located northeast of Barry's Bay, Ontario, Canada.
Lower Madawaska River Provincial Park is a waterway-class provincial park on the Madawaska River in Renfrew County, Ontario, Canada. The park includes the shores on both sides of the Madawaska River from Latchford Bridge to Griffith.
This is a list of notable people from Madawaska County, New Brunswick. Although not everyone in this list was born in Madawaska County, they all live or have lived in Madawaska County and have had significant connections to the communities.
Madawaska's schools serve Madawaska, St. David, and Grand Isle. The Madawaska Elementary School has students from pre-kindergarten through the 6th grade. Madawaska Middle/High School contains grades 7 through 12.
There is a second Canoe Lake in Renfrew County that is also part of the Madawaska system, Canoe Lake (Madawaska River), that enters the Madawaska via an unnamed creek further upstream.
Madawaska is a town in Aroostook County, Maine, United States. The population was 4,035 at the 2010 census. Madawaska is opposite Edmundston, Madawaska County in New Brunswick, Canada, to which it is connected by the Edmundston-Madawaska Bridge over the Saint John River. Many of its residents speak French; 83.4% of the population speak French at home. Home of a large annual Acadian festival, Madawaska is the northernmost town in New England.
The riding consisted of Madawaska and Victoria Counties, which until 1966 had been part of Restigouche—Madawaska and Victoria—Carleton respectively. The district's boundaries did not change during its 30 years. With the 1996 redistribution, most of Madawaska County was placed in the revived Madawaska—Restigouche, while Victoria County became part of Tobique—Mactaquac riding.
Madawaska is a Canadian parish in Madawaska County, New Brunswick. The parish is primarily made up of the city of Edmundston.
With the 1966 redistribution, Madawaska County was moved to the new Madawaska—Victoria riding, while Restigouche County became the district of Restigouche.
Clair is a Canadian parish in Madawaska County, New Brunswick.
Clavette was first elected to the New Brunswick legislature in the 1967 provincial election representing Madawaska. He was re-elected in six subsequent elections in 1970, 1974, 1978, 1982, 1987 and 1991 in what became Madawaska Centre and served until 1995 as an MLA when he was defeated in the riding of Madawaska-la-Vallée.
Madawaska Middle/High School is a public secondary school, serving grades 7 through 12, located in Madawaska, Maine, United States. The school serves students in from Madawaska, Saint David, and Grand Isle. The building also hosts the area's adult education program.