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Vikings are a Junior ice hockey team based out of
, Quebec. They play in the National Capital Junior Hockey League.
On November 29, 2000, the Village Municipality of
and the Parish Municipality of Sainte-Angélique were reunited and merged into the new Municipality of
. The name Sainte-Angélique now identifies the sector of
which corresponds to the territory of the former parish municipality.
He died at Hintonburg (later part of Ottawa) in 1904 and was buried at
In 1896, the Village Municipality of
separated from Sainte-Angélique. Its first mayor was Henri Bourassa.
Papineau is a regional county municipality in the Outaouais region of Quebec, Canada. The seat is
Montpellier is a town and municipality in the Papineau Regional County Municipality in the Outaouais region of Quebec, Canada. The town is located northwest of
The towns, located along Quebec route 321 is located about 10 kilometers north of
and Quebec route 148 (and the future Quebec Autoroute 50) and about an hour away from Downtown Ottawa.
is a town and municipality in the Outaouais region of Quebec, Canada. It is the seat of the Papineau Regional County Municipality and part of Canada's National Capital Region. In 2001 its population was 2247.
He was born in Sainte-Scholastique, Canada East, the son of Joseph Beautron dit Major and Elmire Biroleau. His father was a leader in the Lower Canada Rebellion. In 1876, Major married Cymodocie Trudel. He was admitted to the Quebec bar in 1877 and set up practice in Montreal with Raymond Préfontaine. He later moved to
and then to Hull, where he practised with Hyacinthe-Adélard Fortier, who became his son-in-law in 1901. Major was a promoter and later director of the Northern Colonization Railway. He served as mayor of
and was warden for Ottawa County in 1891 and 1892. He was first elected to the House of Commons in an 1917 by-election held after Henri Bourassa resigned his seat. Major was defeated when he ran for reelection to the House of Commons in 1911. In 1913, he was named judge for Montcalm, Pontiac, Ottawa and Terrebonne districts. Major died in
at the age of 73.
He attended Montford Fathers at
, Quebec and joined the Company of Mary in 1956. He continued his studies (philosophy and theology) at Saint John's Scholasticate in Vanier, Ontario and then pastoral theology at Saint Paul University and University of Montreal.
Papineau is a provincial electoral district located in the Outaouais region of Quebec, which elects members to the National Assembly. It includes part of the City of Gatineau, and municipalities such as Val-des-Bois, Thurso,
, Montebello, Ripon and Montpellier.
Route 321 is a regional road in Quebec, Canada, that consists of two unconnected sections: one in Papineau Regional County Municipality that runs from
to Duhamel, and a second section of the road goes from Nominingue to L'Ascension in the Antoine-Labelle Regional County Municipality.
Also in 1855, a post office was established with the name
. This may be named in honour of one of two persons named Papineau: Joseph Papineau (1752–1841), father of Louis-Joseph Papineau, who in 1801 bought the lordship of the Petite-Nation where the town formed; or Denis-Benjamin Papineau (1789–1854), brother of Louis-Joseph and husband of Angélique-Louise, and considered the founder of this place.
The first permanent sawmill was established by Sadler and O'Neil in the early 1890s. Robert Booth and Patrick Shannon, were also actively logging this region from 1895. Booth and Shannon produced square timber, which was taken by CPR to
for export to Britain, from the Port of Quebec in Quebec. By 1903 Booth and Shannon were the only lumber producers in Biscotasing, possibly having taken over and expanding the O'Neil mill which closed in 1898.
, Quebec, she studied in science (Biology) at the University of Montreal and then management at the University of Ottawa. She joined the public service of Canada as a summer student with the Department of Transport in 1974. She was rapidly promoted to the level of Deputy Minister. She served in several Departments including Consumer and Corporate Affairs (Industry), Cabinet Secretary for Federal-Provincial Relations, President of Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA), and Transport Canada.
École secondaire Louis-Joseph Papineau is a public francophone high school in the Quebec region of the Outaouais. It is located in the municipality of
in the Papineau (also called la Petite-Nation) region about 30 kilometres east of the eastern limits of the city of Gatineau along Route 148 and 60 kilometres from downtown Ottawa. It is operated by the Commission scolaire au coeur des Vallees school board. The school is named after the late Quebec politician and leader of the Patriote movement involved in the Rebellions of 1837-38 Louis-Joseph Papineau.
Born in Montreal, he was the son of Joseph Papineau and Rosalie Cherrier. He studied at the Petit Séminaire de Québec. He oversaw the operation of the Seigneury of Petite-Nation, first for his father and later for his brother Louis-Joseph; he also served as postmaster for the region. He also was a partner in a Montreal bookstore. He was named a justice of the peace for Montreal district. In 1822, he became seigneur for the fief of Plaisance. He was elected to the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Canada representing Ottawa district in Canada East in 1842 and served until the end of 1847. Besides serving as joint premier, he also was Commissioner of Crown Lands and of public works from 1844 to 1847. He died in Sainte-Angélique (
), Lower Canada.
The anti-clerical sentiment which arose in the French government in the late 19th century, resulted in the enacting of the Jules Ferry laws which led to many religious congregations which operated schools to leave France. The Montfortian novices took refuge in the Netherlands, where a novitiate and a scholasticate were established. In 1883, a school was also begun at Schimmert. That same year saw the establishment of the first house in Canada. The beatification of de Montfort, in 1888, gave a new stimulus to the company's expansion. A novitiate and a scholasticate were founded near Ottawa (1890); a mission school at
, Quebec (1900) and missions in Denmark. In 1901 the Company took charge of what was then the Apostolic vicariate of Nyassa Land (Malawi) where the congregation ministers to this day.
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