Synonyms for verreault or Related words with verreault

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Examples of "verreault"
In 1823-24, the explorer François Verreault described the location as:
Joining Verreault-Paul on the tournament all-star team were:
The community was named in tribute to Pamphile-Gaspard Verreault, a notary who represented L'Islet in the Legislative Assembly of Quebec from 1867 to 1878.
SmartGov incorporated in England and Wales on July 29, 2013 as Stat.io Ltd. The directors listed are Nathan Boublil, Elliott Verreault and Michael Williamson.
Francis Verreault-Paul, from the McGill Redmen, was selected as the Major W.J. 'Danny' McLeod Award for CIS University Cup MVP despite receiving a 5-minute Major and Game Misconduct in the 3rd period of the Championship final (charging Western Mustangs goalie, Josh Unice, on a partial break-away), Verreault-Paul was McGill's MVP in their two pool games and was second in tournament goals (3) and tied for 2nd in points (5).
His uncle: Alphonse-Arthur Miville Dechêne served in the Canadian House of Commons and his uncles Pamphile-Gaspard Verreault and François-Gilbert Miville Dechêne were members of the Quebec assembly.
The school's principal is currently Wendy Verreault who took over for Barb Gage at the beginning of the 2012-13 school year. The vice-principals are Steve Jackson and Rob Anderson.
In 1824, during his testimony to the House of Assembly of Lower Canada, explorer and woodsman Francis Verreault emphasizes the Raman (Vermilion) River. In addition, Romaine River, in Côte-Nord (North Shore) region was originally designated Ouramane (Olomane) meaning "vermilion".
Pamphile-Gaspard Verreault (September 6, 1832 – February 7, 1906) was a farmer, notary and political figure in Quebec. He represented L'Islet in the Legislative Assembly of Quebec from 1867 to 1878 as a Conservative member.
His daughter Paméla married Pamphile-Gaspard Verreault, who represented L'Islet in the Quebec assembly from 1867 to 1878. His grandson Louis-Auguste Dupuis also served in the Quebec assembly.
The cast also includes Éric Bernier, Élise Guilbault, Jean-Nicolas Verreault, Pauline Martin, Isabelle Vincent, Christiane Pasquier, Catherine de Léan, Danny Blanco Hall and Anthony Lemke. The show was created by Richard Blaimert and its executive producer is Jocelyn Deschênes.
In 2006, Shaun Verreault released his solo debut, "The Daggerlip Sketches", focusing on acoustic-guitar-based material. It featured new songs and stripped-down versions of familiar material from his band. In early 2008, the Wide Mouth Mason's official website announced that Verreault was releasing a second solo album, titled "Two Steel Strings", and that the full band was writing new material for a future release Since then, Earl Pereira left the band to concentrate on his own band, The Steadies (formally Mobadass), which he has fronted since 2005.
Produced by Shore 104 FM, it features VAMS members Jim Byrnes, sylvi macCormac and Rolf Kempf, joined by Ndidi Onukwulu, The Sojourners, Geoff Hicks, Wide Mouth Mason’s Shaun Verreault, Adaline, Daniel Wesley, Shane Turner and Jets Overhead in a cover of Bob Dylan’s I Shall Be Released.
Westman began playing music at age 11, studied performance and recording at Selkirk College in Nelson, British Columbia (1996-1999). He has released 3 solo albums and one EP with his band Man The Animal in St. John's, NL. Cody shared the bill with many acts including Leon Russell, Shaun Verreault, Blue Rodeo, Steven Page, Blackie and the Rodeo Kings and Alex Cuba.
The project behind SmartGov.co was started by Nathan Boublil, Elliott Verreault and Agastya Muthanna at the University of Cambridge in November 2012. Government entities worldwide produce millions of spreadsheets of socio-economic data each year, increasingly released on hundreds of different statistical portals (Open Data). SmartGov develops software technology to automatically aggregate, process, standardize and geolocalize these datasets.
Wide Mouth Mason is a Canadian blues-based rock band, consisting of Shaun Verreault (Lead Vocals, Guitar), Safwan Javed (Percussion, Backing Vocals), and Gordie Johnson (Bass, Backing Vocals). Former bassist Earl Pereira was also co-founder of Wide Mouth Mason. The band hails from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan and has been active since 1995.
He was born at Saint-Jean-Port-Joli, the son of Antoine Gaspard Verreau and Hélène Fournier. Verreault was educated there and at the Collège de Sainte-Anne-de-la-Pocatière. He qualified to practise as a notary in 1860 and practised in Saint-Jean-Port-Joli and Monmagny. In 1863, he married Paméla Couillard Dupuis, the daughter of Jean-Baptiste Couillard Dupuis. Verreault was mayor of Saint-Jean-Port-Joli from 1880 to 1893 and warden for L'Islet County from 1882 to 1893. He also helped found the Société d'horticulture de L'Islet and was a founder and secretary-treasurer of the Institut littéraire et scientifique de Saint-Jean-Port-Joli. He died in Saint-Jean-Port-Joli at the age of 73.
In 2009, Remy Verreault (ex-GFK, ATM, CP101) and Sonny Letourneau (ex-GFK, Senseless, SonOfaBeat) were looking to start a state of the art punk rock band with the will to bring back this melodic kind of punk seen in the 90's. To do so, they asked long-time friend Bruno Charest (ex-Dual Peak, Crane, Pressure) who joined in to form what will be shortly after known as We Love Danger!
The film also stars Jean-Nicolas Verreault as Marc Vandal, a local pilot whose wife's recent death in a plane crash may be central to the tidal mystery; Julie Gayet as Catherine Rolland, Alice's lesbian friend from college who helps her investigate; and Geneviève Bujold as Colette Lasalle, the owner of the local diner who is convinced that the mystery has a supernatural explanation. Other supporting cast members include Vincent Bilodeau and Gabriel Arcand.
Attikamek designated this river under the toponym "Cousapsigan". At the end of the nineteenth century, the river was sometimes called "Rivière de Jonglerie” (River of Juggling); this designation is similar to the word wizard, or the French equivalent of the word "Wabano". In 1824, the explorer and trader Francis Verreault has designated this water body "River Wizard" in his testimony to the House of Assembly of Lower Canada.