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Edmundston

(ĕd`mənstən), city (1991 pop. 10,835), NW N.B., Canada, at the confluence of the St. John and Madawaska rivers, at the U.S. border. It has a large pulp mill and is a railroad center and hunting and fishing base. Settled c.1785 by Acadians, it was known as Petit Sault to the French and Little Falls to the English before being named in 1850 for Sir Edmund Head, later governor-general of Canada.
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PRNewswire/ - There are less than two weeks left to go in the Kickstarter campaign to fund the transportation of Lancaster Bomber KB882 from Edmundston, New Brunswick, Canada to Edmonton, Alberta, Canada and the Alberta Aviation Museum, a distance of over 4,100 kilometres (over 2,500 miles).
BOWMAN of Regina, Saskatchewan, was in the Royal Canadian Navy and served aboard HMCS Edmundston, which attacked and destroyed German submarine U-87 on December 27, 1944.
There were also, during this period, a number of activists in the locals of the federation such as Sandy Beckingham of Dalhousie and Maurice Clavette of Edmundston.
In an address made to the Acadian community and international representatives gathered in Edmundston today, he recognized the constructive role of the Congres mondial acadien (CMA) as part of the Economic Summit in building a strong economy in La Francophonie.
Le chapitre qui suit explique les difficultes d'integration a la structure de l'Universite de Moncton et de son fonctionnement en reseaux entre les campus de Moncton, Shippagan et Edmundston.
Bathurst 152 119 172 170 Campbellton 73 18 85 27 Edmundston 40 94 31 66 Fredericton 373 3 550 5 Miramichi 203 10 399 7 Moncton 474 39 512 62 Saint Jean 481 1 696 1 Woodstock 98 0 126 0 Total 1 894 284 2 571 338 Decennies 2001-2010 Total Circonscriptions judiciaires Angl.
7 Miramichi earthquake on January 9, 1982, seismometers were installed in the province at Edmundston (EBN), Caledonia Mountain (LNM), about 40 km, south of Moncton, McKendrick Lake (KLN), about 20 km southeast of the Miramichi earthquake epicentre and St.
Stephane Dorais, the new appointee, would lead the bank's commercial banking teams in Fredericton, Woodstock, Grand Falls, Edmundston and Bathurst.
She was born in Edmundston, New Brunswick, Canada on April 25, 1944, the daughter of the late Maurice and Agnes Santerre.
ALL WHITE NOW A farmer rounds up his Alpacas at Edmundston in Northumberland
Horizontal, paired terraces showed that a lake had flooded the Saint John valley between Grand Falls and Edmundston, while to the south, terraces above the river sloped south and were often unpaired, so appeared to be fluvial in origin.
A Edmundston, Gaspar Boucher, editeur en chef du journal Le Madawaska, enseignait l'economie politique, Claude Gauthier, le cooperatisme, Simon Larouche, les relations entre l'Eglise et l'Etat, Mgt Aurele Plourde, directeur des sciences sociales au College St-Louis d'Edmundston, la doctrine sociale de l'Eglise (L'Evangeline 1951a:3 et 1951b:1).