Beauport


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Beauport

(bōpôr`), city (1991 pop. 69,158), S Que., Canada, on the St. Lawrence River. It is a suburb of Quebec city. Settled in 1634, it is one of the oldest communities in Canada.
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Beauport, Agence de developpement de reseaux locaux de services de sante et de services sociaux de la Capitale nationale, Direction regionale de sante publique, 2004.
Marc Shadwell, a PGA professional at Beauport Park Golf Club in St Leonards on Sea, East Sussex, said: "He shows some good fundamentals on his backswing.
Anne, we walked through the villages of Beauport, Boischatel, L'Ange-Gardien, and Chateau-Richer.
The office administrator at Beauport Park, St Leonards, East Sussex, said: "When I was told it had been stolen I thought they were joking, but police arrived and began taking fingerprints.
Their milk is still used today in France to make gourmet cheese like Beauport.
Elaine de Beauport, The Three Faces of Mind: Developing Your Mental, Emotional and Behavioral Intelligences (Wheaton, Ill.
Beauport, Quebec, CN:Centre hospitalier Universitaire du Quebec Pavillon Centre hospitalier Universite Laval.
Claude Routhier, President, Poly-Energie, Beauport, Quebec: Was the energy savings pegged to the radiant floor heating system for the whole house energy use?
JETS to jets: that's been the career path for former jump jockey Gordon Shenkin, who has landed a job as first officer for the Jersey-based firm Aviation Beauport.
At Jersey Airport, Channel Islands, resident business operator Aviation Beauport built its own facilities including a hangar on land leased from the state's authorities, but approval for a new terminal has recently been granted here also.
In the Circa 1866 area rug collection, Masland has introduced four styles: Glenmont, Cumberland, Beauport and Melrose.
Attendees enjoyed great food at the Sugar Shack Lac Beauport where they learned the culture of maple sugar making.