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Chambly

(shäNblē`), city (1991 pop. 15,893), S Que., Canada, on the Richelieu River, E of Montreal. Chambly Fort was built in 1665 and was a strategic point in the defense of New France against the British and the Iroquois. The British captured it in 1760. It was seized by the invading Americans in 1775 and burned when they withdrew in 1776. The partially restored fort is a national historic site.
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Located in Chambly, Quebec, Canada, it brews more than 15 beer brands and has won over 280 international awards since its inception.
Unibroue, of Chambly, Quebec, has introduced its latest seasonal release, Ephemere Canneberge, a beer made with the addition of cranberries.
Heritage Branch's Immediate Past President, Okill Stuart UE, and his wife, Sylvia, attended the annual picnic of Sir John Johnson Centennial at Fort Chambly, Quebec, on 18 August 2011.
There had been opera in Canada long before the magazine, of course, and there was already an impressively long roster of Canadian artists who had built international reputations, starting in the late 19th century with Emma Albani, nee Emma Laje-unesse in Chambly, Quebec.
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S also is attractive to the Canadian microbrewery Unibroue, located in Chambly, Quebec.
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Projects such as Fort Chambly, Quebec, and Louisbourg, Nova Scotia, illustrate how regional heritage activists shaped the interpretation and development of national historic sites.
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For the third time the Johnson Bell, cast in London, England in 1812, has found its niche in Saint Stephen's Anglican Church in Chambly, Quebec.
Coincidentally, the first Canadian on the alphabetically arranged roster is Emma Albani, nee Emma Lajeunesse in Chambly, Quebec, who made her debut with the company in Meyerbeer's Les Huguenots in 1891.