Mont Laurier

Mont Laurier

(môN lō`rēā'), town (1991 pop. 7,862), SW Que., Canada, on the Lièvre River, N of Ottawa. Located in the Laurentian Mts., it is a winter resort in a lumbering and potato-growing region and has a hydroelectric-power station.
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Quant a Constance Mont Laurier, ancienne maEtresse de Guilhem et epouse de Ratoneau, sera-t-elle une amie ou une adversaire ?
R]] Melamine collection as well as laminate flooring from its mills in Sayabec, Val d'Or, Mont Laurier and Laval.
Nova Uranium is dedicated to exploration and development of its Mont Laurier uranium property in Quebec--an area undergoing significant revitalized uranium exploration with the potential of hosting world-class, economic deposits.
Nova Uranium's management team, with more than 60 years' combined exploration and mine development experience, is focused on exploring the company's 100 per cent--owned Mont Laurier uranium property.
The Algonquins say it may be a long hard winter in logging towns such as Grand Remous, Maniwaki, Mont Laurier and Val d'Or with the mills shut down.
Jerome, QC, has been appointed bishop of Mont Laurier, QC.
The first is the Andy Lake property, located directly east and contiguous to NOVA Uranium's Mont Laurier Uranium property.
Mr Yacoub is also the owner of the neighbouring Mont Laurier uranium property that has been optioned to Nova Uranium.
Nova Uranium and Strateco (RSC) share the promising North East trend in the Mont Laurier area.
Extensive shallow-dipping radioactive white metamorphic pegmatite horizons have been defined to the north by Allied Mining, Canadian Johns-Manville and Mont Laurier Uranium Mines Inc.