Synonyms for plessisville or Related words with plessisville

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Examples of "plessisville"
Denis Blondin (born 1947 in Plessisville, Quebec) is a Canadian (Quebec) anthropologist and writer.
In January 2009, Campagna Motors announced the relocation of their Plessisville, Quebec plant to Boucherville, Quebec to be closer to Montreal.
In January 2009, Campagna Motors announced the relocation of Plessisville plant in Boucherville, particularly in order to get closer to Montreal .
Plessisville is a parish municipality in the Centre-du-Québec region of Quebec. It completely surrounds the city of the same name.
The Plessisville V. Boutin were 2006 Estrie-Mauricie playoff champions. With their victory, the V. Boutin gained entry into the Coupe Dodge tournament in Gatineau, Quebec. In the preliminary round, Plessisville defeated the Delta Ducs 4-2 and the Jonquiere Marquis 4-3. In the elimination round, Plessisville began by defeating the Suroit Express 3-2 in overtime. In the quarter-final, they defeated the West Island Royals 4-2 and in the semi-final they beat the Trois-Pistoles Rebels 9-0. Their wins set them up for a rematch against Jonquiere for the Quebec Junior AA Crown. The game would go into overtime, but Plessisville V. Boutin would win 1-0 in the extra frame to take home the Coupe Dodge.
Route 265 is a two-lane north/south highway on the south shore of the Saint Lawrence River in Quebec, Canada. Its northern terminus is in Deschaillons at the junction of Route 132, and the southern terminus is at the junction of Route 165 in Plessisville. It used to continue up to Black Lake (now part of Thetford Mines) at the junction of Route 112, but the segment between Plessisville and Black Lake was later re-numbered to Route 165 in the 1990s.
In 1972, he founded CKTL in Plessisville and CJAN in Asbestos. The radio stations became the Réseau des Appalaches. In 1977, Labbé founded CJLP in Disraeli, which became the sixth station in the Réseau des Appalaches.
Born in Deschaillons, Quebec, Houde was mayor of Plessisville from 1910 to 1913. He was the member of the Legislative Assembly of Quebec for Mégantic from 1939 to 1940.
L'Érable ("Maple") is a regional county municipality in the Centre-du-Québec region of Quebec, Canada. Named for its maple trees, the area is rural in nature and is located 50 km southwest of Quebec City. Its seat is Plessisville.
CKYQ-FM is a Canadian radio station, broadcasting at 95.7 FM in Plessisville, Quebec. Owned by Attraction radio, the station airs a hot adult contemporary format branded as KYQ FM.
Straddling the Quebec regions of Centre-du-Québec, Chaudière-Appalaches and Estrie, it consists of the regional county municipalities of Les Appalaches, L'Érable, and Le Granit. Notable towns include Thetford Mines, Plessisville and Lac-Mégantic.
Arthabaska is a provincial electoral district in the Centre-du-Québec region of Quebec, Canada that elects members to the National Assembly of Quebec. It includes the cities or municipalities of Victoriaville, Plessisville, and Princeville.
Louis-Édouard Roberge (11 September 1896 – 1 July 1982) was a Liberal party member of the Canadian House of Commons. He was born in Plessisville, Quebec and became a merchant by career.
The third of nine children, Pierre-André Fournier was born to Joseph-Eudore Fournier and Jeannette Marquis in Plessisville, Quebec. He attended "Collège Saint-Édouard" and "Collège de Lévis" before entering the Grand Seminary of Quebec in 1963, later earning a Licentiate in Theology from Université Laval. He was ordained to the priesthood by cardinal Maurice Roy on June 10, 1967.
The first person to permanently settle in the area was Jean-Baptiste Lafond, in 1835. First incorporated as the village of Somerset, the settlement was officially incorporated as the village of Plessisville in 1855 in honour of Monseigneur Octave Plessis, bishop of Quebec at the time.
Born in Plessisville, Quebec (located 30 km from Victoriaville, Quebec), the son of Daniel Garneau and Valérie Gosselin, he received a Master's degree in Commercial Sciences from Université Laval in 1958 and a licence in economics from the University of Geneva in 1963.
Labbé was also the owner of Publications Appalaches, which owned two newspapers, "La Feuille d'Érable" in Plessisville and "La Mine d'Information" in Thetford Mines. He was also a director of the insurance company La Solidarité and a governor of the Université Laval Foundation.
Two radio stations, CFJO ("O97,3") and CFDA ("Passion-Rock 101,9") serve Victoriaville. Both stations air programming produced partially in Victoriaville and partially in Thetford Mines. CKYQ ("KYQ FM"), a station licensed to Plessisville, also has a studio and a transmitter in Victoriaville.
The reserve is located in warehouses in a number of rural Quebec towns. The first two facilities were in Saint-Antoine-de-Tilly (which holds 6,300 tonnes), and Plessisville (which holds 1,400 tonnes). In 2011, a year which saw huge excesses of maple syrup production, FPAQ expanded the ISR to a third warehouse in Saint-Louis-de-Blandford, which holds 4,500 tonnes of syrup.
Route 267 is a two-lane north/south highway on the south shore of the Saint Lawrence River in Quebec, Canada. Its northern terminus is in Plessisville at the junction of Route 265, and the southern terminus is at the junction of Route 269 in Adstock ("secteur" Saint-Méthode).