Synonyms for shediac or Related words with shediac

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Examples of "shediac"
Shediac Bridge Airport , is a private airfield located south of Shediac Bridge-Shediac River in New Brunswick, Canada.
Shediac Bridge-Shediac River is a local service district in the Canadian province of New Brunswick. The small local service district is located in Shediac Parish in Westmorland County, New Brunswick, surrounding the shores of the Shediac River near Shediac Island.
In 1972 a new 4-lane expressway opened between Moncton and Shediac, which was then referred to as the Shediac Four-Lane Highway or Shediac Expressway (it was subsequently numbered Route 15 and is known as the Veterans Memorial Highway). Prior to this new expressway, Route 11 followed the Shediac Road from Shediac to Moncton, terminating at Route 2, the Trans-Canada Highway in Lakeville. Route 11's southern terminus was then changed to the current interchange at Route 15 in Shediac.
Shediac is situated primarily on Route 133 around Shediac Bay, a sub-basin of the Northumberland Strait.
Shediac-Beaubassin-Cap-Pelé is a provincial electoral district for the Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick, Canada. It was created in 1973 as Shediac. Though it has had few geographic changes over the years, it has twice been renamed to more inclusively reflect the communities within its boundaries, first to Shediac-Cap-Pelé in 1994 and then to Shediac-Beaubassin-Cap-Pelé in 2013.
Route 15 only extended from Shediac to Port Elgin until the early 1970s, when the Shediac Four-Lane Highway (the first rural expressway in New Brunswick) was built from Dieppe to Shediac. Its construction was controversial, with critics alleging that it was only built to give Moncton-area politicians better access to their summer cottages in the Shediac area. A two-lane bypass of Shediac itself was built shortly afterward.
It is located about 50 km north-east of Moncton. The nearest population centre is Shediac. There are two small islands in the bay Shediac Island, and Skull Island, There is one major beach Parlee Beach which runs close. The bay contains Shediac Harbour which is a popular boating and fishing area. The Canadian Coast Guard maintain an inshore rescue boat station (CCG IRB Shediac) at Pointe du Chêne. The bay was a stopover location for Italo Balbo's transatlantic mass flight in 1933.
"Shediac" was ordered to leave "Fidelity" 30 miles astern and rejoin the convoy while searching for survivors. "Shediac" rescued 35 survivors from "Melmore Head" and 71 from "Ville de Rouen" between 0310 and 0330 and 24 from "Empire Shackleton" at 0530. "Shediac" rejoined the convoy at 1300 short of fuel and with inadequate provisions for the number of survivors aboard.
Shediac is a Canadian parish in Westmorland County, New Brunswick.
Beside motoring as previously mentioned in the header, he was an avid sailor / yachtsman. The Shediac Bay Yacht Club was founded in 1933 by Donald Cowl of New York / Shediac Cape, NB and Hal Weldon, a Montreal banker and Shediac area native. Edward McDonald was among the first directors of the club which also included Allan S. Tait & Donald S. Smith.
Shediac Bay Yacht Club is on the Register of 'Canada's Historic Places' for being the location of a local wharf for nearly a century. The previous Shediac Bay Yacht Club House was designed by Roméo Savoie.
Between Shediac and Miramichi, and between Bathurst and Campbellton, it is a two-lane road with some sections designed as a Super two expressway. The highway is twinned for 2 kilometres in the Shediac region near the Route 15 interchange.
HMCS "Shediac" was a of the Royal Canadian Navy during the Second World War. She served primarily in the Battle of the Atlantic as a convoy escort. She was named after the town of Shediac, New Brunswick.
The Shediac/Cap-Pele Predators are a Canadian Junior ice hockey team from Shediac, Scoudouc, Grand-Barachois and Cap-Pelé in New Brunswick, Canada. The Predators play in the New Brunswick Junior C Hockey League.
Route 132 is a New Brunswick provincial collector road that runs between Dieppe and Shediac.
In 2012, a section of this highway between Moncton and Shediac was designated "Veteran's Memorial Highway".
Shediac Bay is a tidal embayment, an extension of the Northumberland Strait in New Brunswick, Canada.
Grande-Digue (2011 pop.: 2,182) is a Canadian community in Kent County, New Brunswick near Shediac.
Major streams feeding into the bay are the Shediac River, Bateman Brook, and Scoudouc River.
Shediac Parish is defined in the "Territorial Division Act" as being bounded: