Synonyms for sicotte or Related words with sicotte

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Examples of "sicotte"
Sicotte-Leveque left JHR in 2005, making Peterson the sole executive director. Sicotte-Levesque has since remained on jhr's advisory board and board of trustees.
He is the father of musician Antoine Sicotte of "Sky".
The Speaker of this parliament was Louis-Victor Sicotte.
The film had five Jutra Award nominations, winning in the Best Actor category (Gilbert Sicotte)
Sicotte has taught at the Conservatoire d'art dramatique de Montréal since 1987.
JHR was founded by Benjamin Peterson and Alexandra Sicotte-Levesque in 2002.
Co-founding member Antoine Sicotte has since been active as a culinary chef.
Sicotte won the Québec Cinéma award for Best Actor at the 18th Quebec Cinema Awards.
Anne-Marie Sicotte (born 1962) is a writer in Quebec, Canada.
The township municipality, formed in 1937, was first called Sicotte, named in honour of Louis-Victor Sicotte (1812-1889), County Deputy of Saint-Hyacinthe from 1857 to 1863. The local post office was also named Sicotte in 1927, but renamed to Grand-Remous in 1933. In 1973, the municipality changed its name to conform to the name of the village where the majority of the population lived.
The Saint-Hyacinthe railway station is located at 1450 Sicotte Street in the city of Saint-Hyacinthe, Quebec, Canada.
Louis-Victor Sicotte, QC (November 6, 1812 – September 5, 1889) was a lawyer, judge and politician in Lower Canada.
Sicotte, Anne-Marie. "Marie Gérin-Lajoie: Conquérante de la Liberté". Montreal: Remue-ménage, 2005. [This biography is in French]
Alexandra Sicotte-Levesque, M.S.M, founded Journalists for Human Rights (JHR) in 2002 with Benjamin Peterson. Sicotte-Levesque and Peterson were both awarded a Meritorious Service Medal (Canada) by the Canadian Governor-General for founding JHR. Sicotte-Levesque has also worked as a Radio Producer for the United Nations radio in Sudan (Radio Miraya). A programme she produced, "Our Peace", was awarded a Radio for Peacebuilding Award by Search for Common Ground. She also worked as the Country Director for the BBC World Service Trust in Sudan.
Sicotte Township, located in the Outaouais region of Quebec, was named in his honour (but renamed to Grand-Remous in 1973).
Sicotte-Levesque has a BA in International Studies from Vassar College and a MSc in Human Rights from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).
While in Ghana, Peterson met Alexandra Sicotte-Levesque, employed with a similar internship in Côte d'Ivoire, and created the idea behind jhr over MSN Messenger.
Its cast also includes Gilbert Sicotte, Rose-Maïté Erkoreka, Guillaume Cyr, Gil Bellows, Eliane Gagnon, Normand Carrière, Amélie Grenier, Cliff Saunders and Marilyn Castonguay.
He was the third child of twelve born to Jean Baptiste Cicotte and Angelica Poupard. His birthdate is disputed, ranging from 1775 to 1781. Brothers and sisters include older sisters Angelique and Agathe and younger siblings Joseph, Theresa, John Baptiste, James, Francis Assisi, Francois Xavier, Louis, Marianna and George. His grandfather, Zacharie, was an only child. His great grandfather was Jean Baptiste II Sicotte, who was the only son of the original Sicotte/Cicotte to come to North America.
Zachariah (Zacharie) Cicott (Cicotte, or Sicotte as it is usually written today) (1781-1850) was a French-Canadian trader and is believed to have been the first white settler to live permanently in what became Warren County, Indiana. He was the great-great grandson of Jean Baptiste I Chiquot (or Cicot, Sicotte/Cicotte), who was born in France and immigrated to New France in 1662.