Baie Comeau


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Baie Comeau

(bā kō`mō), town (1991 pop. 26,012), E Que., Canada, on the St. Lawrence River near the mouth of the Manicouagan River. A deepwater sea port, it has hydroelectric plants on the Outardes and Manicouagan rivers that supply Quebec city with electricity. Its manufactures include aluminum and paper products. Brian Mulroney, the prime minister of Canada, was born there.
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14, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- From North Vancouver to Baie Comeau, Cargill employees have been tirelessly planning activities around the upcoming UN World Food Day on October 16 to help raise awareness amongst employees and their communities about the realities of lingering food insecurity in Canada.
He is the first Worcester player from Baie Comeau, but not the first with his particular job description.
Canada's five snowiest cities are, from most snowy to least snowy: Gander NL (443 cm/year), Corner Brook NL (442 cm/year), Sept-Iles QC (412 cm), Campbellton NB (392 cm), Baie Comeau QC (362 cm).
Alcoa announced that it has finalized new power agreements in Quebec through 2040 that will supply clean, renewable energy to all three aluminum smelters in the province - Baie Comeau, Becancour (ABI) and Deschambault -- and enable the company to upgrade and expand Baie Comeau production.
Danielle eventually spent eight months with the community of Myriam Bethlehem in Baie Comeau to seek God and His will.
Vollant now practises surgery in Baie Comeau, but remains dedicated to providing the Montagnais of his village with health care tailored to their special needs.
Nevado is currently focused on advancing the La Blache Iron-Titanium-Vanadium Project in the Baie Comeau region towards National Instrument 43-101 mineral resources and development.
She was a nun at the Assumptionist convent in Baie Comeau on the north shore of the Saint Lawrence river, and there is a letter that I remember seeing in which Dawson gives his impressions of Quebec City and the way it had kept its Catholic character.
For nearly a decade, Gilardeau had been president of Alcoa's Primary Products facilities in Canada, which include smelters in Baie Comeau, Becancour and Deschambault as well as a rod plant in Becancour.
The agreements will supply clean, renewable energy to all three of the Company's aluminum smelters in the province - Baie Comeau, Becancour (ABI), and Deschambault -- and enable Alcoa to upgrade and expand Baie Comeau production.
These agreements are enabling Alcoa to pursue its plans to upgrade Baie Comeau production, with initial engineering studies having already started.
The Baie Comeau curtailment will be implemented as part of the previously announced modernization program at the plant.