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Examples of "marieville"
Service to Chambly, Richelieu, Carignan and Marieville
He was born in Chambly, Lower Canada, the son of Jean-Baptiste Robert, dit Lafontaine and Marie-Anne Tifault. He established himself at Marieville. Robert served as justice of the peace, member of the municipal council and mayor of Marieville. In 1846, he married Euphrasie Désautels. Robert was defeated when he ran for reelection to the Quebec assembly in 1878 and 1881. He died at Marieville in 1885.
He was born on September 29, 1889 in Marieville and was a stock broker.
She is now an English teacher at Monseigneur Euclide-Théberge School in Marieville.
Rouville is a regional county municipality in the Montérégie region of Quebec, Canada. Its seat is Marieville.
Within the town, there are several villages and neighborhoods, such as Allendale, Centredale, Fruit Hill, Greystone, Louisquisset, Lymansville, Marieville, Woodville, and Geneva.
Marieville is accessible via Quebec Autoroute 10, which runs from Montreal to Sherbrooke via Granby and Magog. Quebec Route 112 is a route that runs parallel to A-10 but through the municipality but continues north of Sherbrooke toward Thetford Mines. Quebec Route 227 is the secondary road that connects A-10 to the center of Marieville and runs south towards Champlain Lake and north towards Quebec Autoroute 20 near Sainte-Madeleine.
Born in Sainte-Marie-de-Monnoir, Quebec, the son of Pierre Girard and Marie Pelletier, Girard began his education at Marieville College, and afterwards passed a course in Sherbrooke College, finally graduating in law at McGill College in 1882, when he received his B.C.L. He was called to the Quebec Bar in 1882 and began practicing law in Marieville, Quebec. He eventually moved to Montreal where he practiced law. He was created a King's Counsel in 1903.
Marieville has its own Christmas Market. There were two Christmas Markets so far in 2010 and 2011. The 2012 edition has already been announced. It also has its Public Market from June to October, since June 2012.
Prior to 1978, CBM broadcast from a transmitter site near Marieville. In 1978 the CBC consolidated its two AM transmitters for Montreal at a site in Brossard, on the south shore of Montreal.
Marieville is a city in the Canadian province of Quebec. It is located within the Rouville Regional County Municipality in the Montérégie region about 30 kilometers east of Montreal. The population as of the Canada 2011 Census was 10,094.
Born in Marieville, Canada East (now Quebec), the son of Jeremie Forget and Marie Guenette, he was called to the Bar of Lower Canada in 1871. In 1875, he joined the Canadian civil service and served in different positions.
Born in Marieville, Quebec, the son of Georges Arès and Dorila Théberge, he was ordained a Jesuit Priest in 1944. From 1974 to 1975, he was President of Académie I of the Royal Society of Canada.
Born in Marieville de Monior, Iberville, Province of Quebec, Canada, MonastIn the spring of 1865 immigrated to the United States with his father, who settled in Pawtucket, Rhode Island.
He was born in Marieville, Canada East, the son of Victor Robert and Euphrasie Désautels. He was educated at the Collège Sainte-Marie-de-Monnoir in Marieville. Robert was co-registrar for Rouville County and a director of the Colonization Society for Saint-Jean County. In 1886, he married Marie-Rose Martel. He was first elected to the Quebec assembly in an 1908 by-election held after Alfred Girard was named a judge. Robert resigned his seat in 1922 after being named colonization and immigration agent for Quebec. He later ran unsuccessfully for a seat in the Quebec assembly in 1935. He died in Magog at the age of 84 and was buried in Marieville.
Iberville is a provincial electoral district in the Montérégie region of the province of Quebec, Canada, and is located south of Montreal. It includes part of the city of Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, as well as Mont Saint-Grégoire, Rougemont, Marieville and Saint-Césaire.
Service declined starting in 1951, when CN replaced the electric tramways with diesel trains between Marieville and Granby. In June 1955, CN decided to remove the streetcar rails on the Victoria Bridge and service was cut back to Saint-Lambert. The streetcar made its final voyage on October 13, 1956.
Born in Marieville, Quebec, Paquette studied in medical sciences at the Montreal campus of Université Laval. After additional studies and training at Bellevue Hospital in New York City, Paquette worked first for the Canadian Red Cross in the Balkans, then in the Canadian Forces as a Medical Officer. He also served at several hospitals in Europe including in Paris and in England.
On November 20 at 5.30 p.m., in Sainte-Marie-de-Monnair (a rural neighbourhood of Marieville) several people heard a noise similar to an electric generator and saw some strange lights in the sky. Two days after the phenomenon a perfect round circle was found outside the residence of Mr Jean Prigent, one of the witnesses of the sighting.
Route 112 is a busy east/west highway on the south shore of the Saint Lawrence River in Quebec, Canada. Its eastern terminus is in Frampton at the junction of Route 275, and the western terminus is in Downtown Montreal (at the corner of Peel Street and Sherbrooke Street), after crossing the Victoria Bridge. The stretch between Vallée-Jonction and Sherbrooke is a very busy highway as it is the main link between the southern regions of Quebec, in particular the Beauce region and the Eastern Townships. Between Sherbrooke and Marieville there is less traffic, since Autoroute 10 is in close proximity to the highway. (Before Autoroute 10 was put in service in the early 1960s, Route 1 (now Route 112) was the main link between Montreal and the Eastern Townships; see paragraph below.) From Marieville to Montreal it is a very busy highway, in most parts a four-lane separated highway, upgraded to freeway standards in certain places.