Betsiamites


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Betsiamites

(bĕt'sēämĭt`) or

Bersimis

(bĕr'sĭmē`), river, c.240 mi (390 km) long, rising in the highlands of E Que., Canada, and flowing SE into the St. Lawrence River at Betsiamites. Two hydroelectric plants provide power; Bersimis Dam (1,050,000-kW capacity; completed 1956) impounds Lake Pipmuacan.
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3]/s) and three large rivers on the north shore--the Betsiamites, Aux Outardes and Manicouagan rivers, which have a combined discharge of 1600 [m.
2008, Late-Quaternary morpho-sedimentology and submarine mass movements of the Betsiamites area, Lower St.
Tous les informateurs rencontres sont des Innus, a l'exception du cure de la paroisse catholique de Betsiamites et de deux religieuses qui ont enseigne dans les reserves, des temoins precieux des pratiques catholiques encore repandues et des syncretismes religieux.
Napoleon-Alexandre Labrie, qui a ete un personnage immense sur la Cote-Nord, decrit avec beaucoup de details le milieu qui l'a forme (Godbout et Manicouagan) et, a partir de 1923, son ministere a Betsiamites, Pointe-aux-Outardes (1929) et Baie-Rouge au Labrador (1931).
Sodexho has established partnerships with four First Nations--the Membertou, a Mi'kmaw nation in Nova Scotia; the Betsiamites and the Chibougamau in Quebec; and the Tahitan Nation in British Columbia, as well as the North Slave Metis in Yellowknife.
Two areas were studied, corresponding to the fires of Forestville and of Betsiamites, where we compared the harvest before (1986 to 1990) and after the fares (1991 and 1992).
Lawrence, Shipshaw, Betsiamites, Pentecote, Batiscan, and SaintMaurice rivers.
Le point de depart de cet eveil et de cette lutte, Russel Bouchard l'attribue aux negociations que le gouvernement a entreprises des l'an 2000 avec les Innus de Mashteuiatsh, d'Essipit, de Betsiamites et peu apres de Nutashkuan ; le texte issu de ces negociations est mieux connu sous le nom d'Approche Commune.
Sodexho has established partnerships with four First Nations-the Membertou, a Mi'kmaw nation in Nova Scotia; the Betsiamites and the Chibougamau in Quebec; and the Tahitan Nation in British Columbia, as well as the North Slave Metis in Yellowknife.
Along the banks of the river and estuary, it is possible that a landslide could commence subaerially and enter the water catastrophically, as suggested for the Betsiamites slide of 1663 (Cauchon-Voyer et al.
Vollant grew up in the Montagnais region of Betsiamites on the Quebec north shore.