(mətăn`), town (1991 pop. 12,756), SE Que., Canada, on the St. Lawrence River at the mouth of the Matane River at the beginning of the Gaspé Peninsula. Matane is a fishing, lumbering, and pulpwood-shipping center, and a summer resort.
Lawrence regions, including a 30% interest in 1,065,839 acres (431,339 hectares) through a joint venture with Squatex and a 100% interest in a block of exploration permits totaling 101,029 acres (40,885 hectares) located between Rimouski and Matane prospective for hydrothermal dolomite hosted light oil.
Eastern Canada ready mixed market reader Beton Provincial has taken delivery of the largest order to date of Western Star 4700-mounted mixers, including seven trucks shown here at the Matane, Quebec, headquarters plant near Montreal.
In particular, the 'Education Reform' (Avalos, 1992; Matane, 1986) led to attempts to introduce student-centred teaching, albeit with some official and nonofficial disagreement (Department of Education, 1991; O'Donoghue, 1994, 1995).
That was the path followed by Alain Coulombe, the much-in-demand bass who hails from the historic town of Matane in the Gaspesie, studied at Laval University in Quebec City and subsequently made his way to Montreal and then Toronto to join the Canadian Opera Company Ensemble Studio.
Trails are numbered much like highways and clearly point you in the direction of hotels, restaurants and key attractions, such as the giant windmill farms in the Matane region or picturesque lighthouses that dot the estuary.
Le 4 decembre 1895, le representant d'un comte bien eloigne de Quebec, le depute Louis-Felix Pinault, de la circonscription de Matane, introduit, sans explications, un projet de loi pour abroger la charte de la SBJNQ (66).