Synonyms for valleyfield or Related words with valleyfield
Examples of "valleyfield"
consists of High
which are neighbouring villages in Fife, Scotland, midway between Dunfermline and Kincardine-on-Forth. Low
is on the shore of the Firth of Forth, High
on the ridge immediately to the north.
Aerodrome, , is located southwest of Salaberry-de-
, Quebec, Canada.
The population of High
was 2,940 in the 2001 Census; separate figures for the smaller settlement of Low
were not published.
Braves are a Canadian Junior ice hockey team from Salaberry-de-
, Quebec. They are a part of the Quebec Junior Hockey League.
In the early 1800s, Sir Robert Preston (Floating Bob) commissioned the English landscape architect, Sir Humphry Repton, to design a parkland setting for his classical mansion,
House.The Baronetcy of
became dormant in 1873, following the death of the 9th Baron. By 1918, the estate had been abandoned by its owners, the East of Fife Coal Company, who had opened the
Colliery in 1912.
House was demolished in 1941.
Albert Dumouchel was born into a family of tradesmen at Bellerive, a working-class parish in the municipality of
, Quebec. He was educated at the Séminaire Saint Thomas D'Aquin de
, known today as the Collège de
. From the age of 8, he studied violin and piano, as well as studying singing under Rodolphe Plamondon. From 1936 to 1949, he taught art classes at the Séminaire de
won their first league championship in 1999. The Braves advanced to the Fred Page Cup in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. The tournament was won by the Charlottetown Abbies. In 2002, the Braves returned to the Fred Page Cup in Truro, Nova Scotia. The
Braves playing a semi-final games against the CJHL's Ottawa Jr. Senators in a must-win game between both teams. The Halifax Oland Exports got a bye to the final and were hosting the Royal Bank Cup and the Central representative was to be decided between
and Ottawa. Ottawa won 7-2 and advanced to the Royal Bank Cup, while
returned home. The town of Salleberry-de-
Braves were chosen to host the Fred Page Cup in 2004. The
Braves out-powered 5th ranked St-Eustance Gladiateurs 4 games 1 in the finals. The tournament was eventually won by the CJHL's Nepean Raiders.
, Newfoundland is a village and was served by the C.N.R. It joined the Rural District of Badger's Quay-
-Pool's Island in April 1980 until 1992 when the District merged with other nearby towns to form New-Wes-Valley.
has a good harbour, and is the location of the Beothic Fisheries fish plant.
was a mining village linked to the nearby
Colliery which opened in 1908 and closed in 1978. The workings at
connected to those at Longannet coal mine to the west, and under the river Forth to those at Bo'ness on the south bank of the river opposite.
The 2009 Quebec Men's Provincial Curling Championship (Quebec men's provincial curling championship) was held February 8–15 at the
Arena in Salaberry-de-
, Quebec. The winning team represented Quebec at the 2009 Tim Hortons Brier in Calgary.
Salaberry was named after Colonel Charles de Salaberry who served with the British army during the War of 1812. "
" came from the
Mills, a paper mill south of Edinburgh in Scotland.
Les Braves de
were a Canadian Junior ice hockey team from Salaberry-de-
, Quebec, Canada. They were a part of the Quebec Junior AAA Hockey League for 25 seasons.
is a College of general and vocational education (CEGEP) in Salaberry-de-
, Quebec, Canada. It is located at 169 rue Champlain. It was established in 1967.
Braves beat OHA's Toronto St Michaels Monarchs 9 points to 5.
Leduc was already playing amateur hockey with the Collège de
team which he was attending .
is the seat of the judicial district of Beauharnois.
Loy also operated a paper mill in
owned by Alexander Buntin.
On June 9, 2013 he was claimed by the
Braves in the expansion draft.
The city of Salaberry-de-
is located at the east end of the lake.
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