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Cowansville

(kou`ənzvĭl'), town (1991 pop. 11,982), S Que., Canada, on the Yamaska River, SE of Montreal. It is a manufacturing town producing textiles, furniture, pottery, and plastics.
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(4) Audrey O'Brien and Marc Bosc, eds., House of Commons Procedure and Practice, 2nd ed., (Cowansville: Yvon Blais, 2009), Chapter 21.
(20) Michel Bastarache et Michel Doucet, dir, Les droits linguistiques au Canada, [3.sup.e] ed, Cowansville (Qc), Editions Yvon Blais, 2013 a la p 74.
On 29 October 2016, our Branch held their semi-annual meeting at Cowansville with twenty members attending.
(8) Voir notamment Yvon Duplessis, Jean Hetu et Jean Piette, La protection juridique de l'environnement au Quebec, Montreal, Themis, 1982 a la p 52; Yvon Duplessis, << L'acces a l'information pour un environnement sain >> dans Service de la formation permanente du Barreau du Quebec, Developpements recents en droit de l'environnement (1992), Cowansville (Qc), Yvon Biais, 1992, 147 aux pp 150-52.
Quelques perspectives historiques et politiques sur le processus de codification, in Conferences sur le Nouveau Code civil du Quebec, Actes des journees louisianaises de l'Institut canadien d'etudes juridiques superieures, Cowansville: Y.
Canada, 2d ed (Cowansville, Canda: Les Editions Yvon Blais Inc, 1992) at
(164) Randal N Graham, Statutory Interpretation: Theory and Practice (Toronto: Edmond Montgomery Publications, 2001) [Statutory Interpretation] at 4 citing Pierre-Andre Cote, The Interpretation of Legislation in Canada, 2nd ed (Cowansville, QC: Yvon Blais, 1991) at 7 [Cote].
On the indivisibility of the Canadian Crown, see Henri Brun, Guy Tremblay & Eugenie Brouillet, Droit Constitutionnel, 5e edition (Cowansville, QC: Editions Yvon Blais, 2008) at 89.