Lauzon

Lauzon:

see Lévis-LauzonLévis-Lauzon
, city (1991 pop. 39,452), S Que., Canada, on the St. Lawrence River opposite Quebec. Settled in 1647, it was a base (1759) for Wolfe's siege of Quebec. Lévis-Lauzon is a port with shipbuilding, lumbering, and other industries.
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, Que., Canada.
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FO2 Joel Quizmondo recommended the approval of NCCC's fire safety compliance certificate while SFO1 Leo Lauzon endorsed SSI's.
The Goodwin team was led by partners Mitchell Bloom and Danielle Lauzon and included associates James Xu and Gabriela Morales-Rivera.
Less than two minutes later Bruton turned provider as he shot, recycled the puck and the final touch was made by Carl Lauzon as the puck came in from the point and off the boards.
The company's growth led to the hiring of Danny Neuberger as Senior VP of Sales EMEA & APAC and Roy Lauzon as VP of R&D.
On May 28, 2015, Jeffrey Lauzon resigned as iTeknik's President and a member of the board of directors as part of a stock swap agreement.
Lauzon said he will retire effective August 1, 2015.
Cushman & Wakefield announced that Mark Lauzon, a Senior Director at the firm, has been presented the "Senior Person of the Year 2014" by the Young Men's/Women's Real Estate Association of New York (YMWREA).
Lauzon sees the new Rock Walk Park as a testament to the contributions of mining to the North and across Canada.
Parade participants include: Post Commander Steve Gallant; Past Commander John Lauzon, and Chaplin Phyllis Gallant; the Tuttle Post Color Guard; Tuttle Post members; Sons of the American Legion Post 279; Legion Auxiliary; Auburn Police and Fire departments; Auburn-Webster Elks; selectmen; Knights of Columbus; Melha Temple Shriners of Springfield; youth groups and public school bands.
Carl Lauzon and Guillaume Doucet reduced the visitors' deficit by each scoring.
Matt Haywood scored a superb equaliser and Kenton Smith put Clan ahead only for Carl Lauzon to grab a late leveller, signalling overtime.
Lauzon learns from his subjects the necessity of "making two blades of grass grow where only one had grown before" (13).