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Examples of "tousignant"
Montreal Concordes Luc Tousignant QB Fairmont State
2004: “Victor Arimondi,” Geras Tousignant Gallery, San Francisco
Claude Tousignant, (born December 23, 1932 in Montreal, Quebec) is a Canadian artist. Tousignant is considered to be an important contributor to the development of geometric abstraction in Canada.
Alain Chanoine proposed to Audrey Tousignant-Maurice at the Pit Stop of Leg 8.
Major-General Guy Tousignant, CMM, CD (born 1941) is a Canadian soldier.
BY TOM AUSTIN PHOTOGRAPHS BY MARC RICHARDS TOUSIGNANT: http://web.archive.org/web/20100711065431/www.oceandrive.com/culture_0610_article1.html
Luc Tousignant (; born July 4, 1958) is a former quarterback in the Canadian Football League and Olympic handball player.
On July 3, 2014, Tousignant left the Admirals after one season to sign as a free agent on a one-year contract with the Adirondack Flames an affiliate of the Calgary Flames. In the 2014–15 season, Tousignant was a fixture amongst the forward group's checking line, appearing in 70 games for 5 goals and 19 points.
Guido Molinari created Plasticien works between 1959 and 1962. Other artists associated with the movement are Claude Tousignant Denis Juneau, and Fernand Leduc.
Mathieu Tousignant (born November 21, 1989) is a Canadian professional ice hockey player. He is currently playing for the Ravensburg Towerstars in the DEL2.
On August 16, 2013, Tousignant signed a one-year contract as a free agent to remain in the AHL with the Milwaukee Admirals.
Henri Tousignant (born 20 August 1937 in Palmarolle, Quebec) was a Liberal party member of the Canadian House of Commons. He was an industrialist by career.
de Tonnancour taught at the Université du Québec à Montréal, the University of British Columbia and Mount Allison University. Among his students were Claude Tousignant and Graham Coughtry.
Tousignant is considered a member of the second generation of the modern art movement in Montreal called "les Plasticiens". This group of four painters (Jean-Paul Jérôme, Louis Belzile, Rodolphe de Repentigny and Fernand Toupin) felt painting should be pure form and colour; meaning and spontaneous expression were to be avoided. In 1962, Tousignant introduced the form of the circle, which would become his signature motif, into his geometric paintings.
With the Flames relocating AHL affiliate at the conclusion of the season, Tousignant left the AHL as a free agent and signed a contract with German club., Ravensburg Towerstars of the DEL2 on August 21, 2015.
The most well-known painters of the 1960s include Guido Molinari, Claude Tousignant, and Yves Gaucher. During the 1960s, art "happenings" took place in Montreal, as in other artistic centres worldwide. Public art also became more visible in Montreal.
Tousignant was previously the Secretary General of CARE International Secretariat. The Secretariat, located in Brussels, Belgium, is the central hub of the CARE family, coordinating the efforts of 13 member nations around the world.
The reserve houses the proposed Valley-Tousignant Biodiversity Reserve and shares its boundary with the Zec du Chapeau-de-Paille to the southwest and the Zec Wessonneau to the north.
In 2003, the gallery was named "Best New Space" by Isa Tousignant, the journalist for the Hour (Montreal), and François St-Jacques et Rhéal Olivier Lanthier were awarded "Best gallery directors" by Christine Redfern, the journalist for the Montreal Mirror. Tousignant mentions that the gallery "..is a magnificent space that has quickly become one of the most attractive art sites in the city.." with "..overall solid programming", and Redfern remarks: "I always feel like I can pop by and see something interesting at Gallery Art Mûr~".
The Special Representative of the Secretary-General (SRSG) or head of the mission, was Jacques-Roger Booh-Booh of Cameroon. At the beginning of July, 1994, Jacques-Roger Booh-Booh was replaced by Shaharyar Khan of Pakistan. The military head, and Force Commander was Canadian Brigadier-General (promoted Major-General during the mission) Roméo Dallaire. In August 1994, General Roméo Dallaire, suffering from severe stress, was replaced as Force Commander by Major-General Guy Tousignant, also from Canada. In December 1995, Tousignant was replaced by Brigadier General Shiva Kumar from India.