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Gatineau

(găt`ĭnō), river, c.240 mi (390 km) long, rising in the Laurentians, SW Que., Canada, and flowing S to the Ottawa River at Hull. There are several rapids with hydroelectric power plants on the river.

Gatineau

(găt`ĭnō), city (1991 pop. 92,284), SW Que, Canada, at the junction of the Gatineau and Ottawa rivers, adjoining Hull. The fifth largest city in Quebec, it was created through the merger of 7 municipalities. Its diversified industrial base has led to rapid growth and extensive development since the mid-1970s.
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1 million; Ottawa, however, is significantly larger than Gatineau (846,802 compared to 286,831; Statistics Canada 2006).
com/) Globe and Mail , the timeline of the five stores' opening will be as follows: Les Promenades Gatineau in August 2015, West Vancouver's Park Royal Shopping Centre in October 2015, Square One in Mississauga in March 2016, Ottawa's Rideau Centre in August 2016 and The Core in Calgary in March 2017.
The Gatineau mill produces absorbent nonwoven materials on two airlaid machines for the feminine hygiene and specialty wipes markets.
Gatineau Police Chief Mario Haren said in the afternoon that when police arrived, they found a gunman dead in one home, with his shotgun beside him; another man, a janitor at the daycare, was also found dead in another home.
Gatineau police said they believe a lone man in his 20s caught on camera in the latest incident was also responsible for the earlier vandalism.
GATINEAU, Canada - Foreign Ministers from the Group of Eight countries voiced concerns about Iran's nuclear ambitions and urged Teheran to comply with international obligations Tuesday as they wrapped up their two-day gathering in the resort city of Gatineau, Quebec.
The lake is half-an-hour's drive from Ottawa and the cabin, in Gatineau Park, can only be reached by boat.
Okada and Lavrov also agreed on the need to seek progress in the territorial dispute between the two countries in talks held on the sidelines of a Group of Eight foreign ministers' meeting in the Canadian resort of Gatineau.
In Gatineau, foreign ministers from the Group of Eight nations urged the international community to take "appropriate and strong steps" to show its resolve over the nuclear program.
Held at the Maisondu Citoyen in Gatineau, Quebec, the event highlighted individuals who set themselves apart through their commitment to their community.
In October, just two months after eight employees at a Walmart store in Gatineau, Quebec, became the only Walmart employees in North America to be covered by a union contract, the big box retailer shut down the Tire and Lube Express where they worked.
Mackenzie King visited the Gatineau Hills in 1900 and bought a small parcel of land in 1903.