Moisie


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Moisie

(mwäzē`), river, 210 mi (338 km) long, rising in E Que., Canada, near the Labrador border, and flowing S to the St. Lawrence. The Hudson's Bay Company has an important trading post at the village of Moisie near the river's mouth.
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At Sept-lles you can also take a train ride from the port along the Moisie River.
Du Bellay dubs his lady a "Gorgonne cruelle" but then declares: "Je ne veulx deguiser ma simple poesie / Sous le masque emprunte d'une fable moisie, / Ny souillir un beau nom de monstres tant hideux" (Les Regrets 188.
Cited as Montagnais, they were acquired variously at Sept-at Sept-Iles, Moisie River, and Lake St John, Quebec.
We have failed to sell Europe to the people," lamented Dominique Moisie of the French Institute for International relations.
Les circonstances jamais eclaircies de la mort de pecheurs innus sur la riviere Moisie dans les annees 1970 contribuerent a envenimer les relations.
En fait, depuis pres d'un demi-siecle, la Haute Cote-Nord va de Tadoussac a Moisie, la Moyenne Cote-Nord va de Moisie a Havre-Saint-Pierre et la Basse Cote-Nord va de Havre-Saint-Pierre a Blanc-Sablon ; le terme Minganie vient en fait s'y superposer et represente plutot la region touristique.
Centre de guerison Kutikuniu, Moisie, QC: in the Cote-Nord region, near the Aboriginal community of Maliotenam.
The child, Moisie, has normal cognitive functioning, but he is unable to speak.
Also proposed are the diversions of two of the headwaters of the salmon-rich Moisie River, the Carheil River and Aux Pekans River, into the neighbouring Ste-Marguerite River basin.
This is the first public inquiry into the June 9, 1977 deaths of the Montagnais Innu men who drowned in the waters of the Moisie River, north of Sept-Iles near the St.
One of three winners in the large public service category, other nominees included Remy Bastien of Moisie, Que.