(tāmĭskämăNg`), or


(tĭmĭs`kəmĭng), 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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They took us deep into the heart of Temiscaming, Que.
The fall 2014 leg of Vollant's journey began near Temiscaming, on the Ontario-Quebec border, about 400 kilometres up the Ottawa River from the capital.
The site is reported to be in the Western Quebec seismic zone, an earthquake belt that surrounds the Ottawa Valley from Montreal to the town of Temiscaming, Quebec, as well as the Laurentian Mountains and parts of Eastern Ontario.
The two mills, one located in Temiscaming, QC and the other in France, were idle for one and two weeks respectively in September.
Other named varieties include Temiscaming (red) and GF Wilson (pale purple).
Nous pensons notamment a des agglomerations telles qu'Amos, Matane, Causapscal, Trois-Pistoles, Montmagny, Ste-Anne-des-Monts, Thetford Mines, St-Pamphile, Murdochville, Sept-Iles, Degelis, Havre St-Pierre, La Sarre, Ville-Marie et Temiscaming dont l'aire de polarisation est amenuisee par des problemes de depeuplement et des difficultes d'ordre conjoncturel notamment au plan economique.
Marc Champagne is with Tembec Inc, Temiscaming, Quebec JOZ 3R0, Canada.
in Temiscaming, Quebec, uses the PPS II on its ammonium bisulfite pumps.
Le Centre Canadien de l'Architecture tenait recemment une exposition sur la creation et l'evolution de trois villes industrielles planifiees du Quebec: Shawinigan (1899), Temiscaming (1917) et Arvida (1925).
Ryan grew up in the small town of Temiscaming, Quebec, known as a pulp and paper town; in fact, his own home was owned by the local paper mill.
Tembec, a manufacturer of lumber, paper, pulp and high-purity cellulose, was established in 1973 in Temiscaming, Quebec.