Chicoutimi


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Chicoutimi

(shĭko͞o`tĭmē'), city (1991 pop. 62,670), S Que., Canada, at the confluence of the Chicoutimi and Saguenay rivers. The city is the cultural and economic center of the Saguenay area. It has aluminum plants, pulp, paper, and textile mills, and it produces wrought iron and leather goods. A Jesuit mission was established there in 1676. In the city is a branch of the Université de Québec.

Chicoutimi,

river, c.100 mi (160 km) long, rising in the Laurentian Mts. and flowing N into Lake Kenogami, then E into the Saguenay River at Chicoutimi. A hydroelectric facility on the falls (50 ft/15 m high) just above Chicoutimi supplies power to the region's aluminum and wood-processing industries.
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The bid to pull the Chicoutimi ashore started as Master Seaman Archibald MacMaster, who suffered extensive lung damage when fire broke out on the submarine, remained in the intensive care unit at Sligo General Hospital in the Irish Republic.
"Effects of Alloying Elements and Cutting Tool Materials on the Machin-ability of Aluminum-Silicon Cast Alloys" Guillermo Garza-Elizondo, Ehab Samuel, Agnes Samuel and Favizy-Hosny Samuel, Universite du Quebec a Chicoutimi, Chicoutimi, Quebec, Canada; Adel MA.
Before Iiis four-season stint with the Redmen, Verreault-Paul had played five years with the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League's Chicoutimi Sagueneens His best season in Chicoutimi - in terms of offensive stats - was his third one, 2005-06.
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"My first teacher was Rosaire Simard at the Conservatoire de musique in Chicoutimi. As a teacher, he was a mystic and like a psychologist for me, and helped me a lot.
A special thank you to: Anachemia Science for providing the potassium-aluminum sulphate for the contest; BASF for providing the prizes; the many teachers who supervised their students and gave a lot of their own time; CIC volunteers who coordinated the contest in their local area; and the panel of 7 judges who volunteered to evaluate the crystals at the Universite du Quebec a Chicoutimi just before Christmas.
The 32-year-old died after the incident on HMCS Chicoutimi in the Atlantic last week.
THE commander of the Canadian submarine HMCS Chicoutimi wiped away a tear yesterday as he told how fire broke out aboard his vessel.
HMCS Chicoutimi, which made a Mayday call on Tuesday afternoon after a ``severe'' fire on board, was pulled back into a Scottish naval base following a rescue bid involving forces from both sides of the Atlantic.
The Canadian Navy has confirmed HMCS Chicoutimi will be towed to the Scottish coast today and should arrive at Faslane on Sunday.
They were among nine casualties who suffered smoke inhalation after a blaze broke out on the HMCS Chicoutimi when it was 100 miles off the west coast of Ireland.