Kipawa

Kipawa:

see TemiscamingTemiscaming
, Témiscamingue
, or Timiskaming
, town (1991 pop. 2,944), SW Que., Canada, at the south end of Lake Timiscaming, NE of North Bay. A paper mill is the town's most important industry. Gold, silver, cobalt, and arsenic are mined in the region.
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, Que., Canada.
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His bathroom is fully accessible and features a wall adorned in 100-year-old reclaimed wood, hauled up from the Kipawa River.
LUXURY Gareth Johnson's The pair run the Johnson International Group - a plant hire company that employs 125 staff based on the Kipawa Industrial Estate, in Dar Es Salaam.
He said this when he visited Libermann Primary School in Kipawa in the outskirts of Dar es Salaam where he was met by 350 jubilant pupils and 28 teachers.
L'exploitation des forets autour des lacs Temiscamingue et Kipawa donne de l'espace utile a l'agriculture.
The most popular items come from the Kipawa line, which was named after the boat on which the royal family sailed.
One rare earth junior who has inked such a partnership is Matamec, who is advancing the Kipawa project in a joint venture with Toyota Tsusho Corp.
Our purpose here is to highlight the wealth of neotectonic structures that deform the bottom sediments of lakes Kipawa and Timiskaming within the Timiskaming Graben along the border of Ontario and Quebec (Fig.
International Resource News-26 May 2010-Matamec reports operational update on rare earth-yttrium-zirconium Kipawa deposit(C)2010 ENPublishing - http://www.
Stephen "Quiet Wolf" Bachand of Leicester, part Kipawa from Quebec, said the path he has led in his life is one cast upon him by a higher power.
A landmark in the development of this process was the opening in June, 1946, of what was probably the first chlorine dioxide plant in any pulp mill, at the Kipawa mill of CIP in Temiskaming, Quebec.
The report, issued by BC environmental group Earthwild, ties Quebec's Rupert and Kipawa Rivers at first place.