Eastern Townships


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Eastern Townships

an area of central Canada, in S Quebec: consists of 11 townships south of the St Lawrence
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Irwin-Gibson, then newly ordained, was serving at her first rectory parish in the Eastern Townships of Quebec when Andrews moved to the neighbouring town of Cowansville, Que.
This city contains one central tertiary hospital, the Centre hospitalier universitaire de Sherbrooke (CHUS), where 95% of deliveries in the Eastern Townships occur and where nearly 100% of pediatric beds for acute care in the region are held.
Over the years, she has coordinated the visits for four or five authors a year, getting them to "major cities like Montreal and Quebec City and their surrounding areas, as well as regions including the Laurentians, Outaouais, Eastern Townships, and Gaspesie.
company than hauling tires back to their main operation in the Eastern Townships, 185 kilometres southeast of Montreal, said Tremblay, who is also helping them apply for government funding.
Little as the foremost authority on Quebec's Eastern Townships, given the impressive array of monographs and articles that he has published on the region over the past 25 years.
Born and raised in a farming community in the Eastern Townships of Quebec, Bradshaw graduated from the University of Guelph in 1982 with an honours degree in environmental biology.
CanadaOs Eastern Townships will also be present when food and wine presenters from the region will be offer demonstrations, tastings and conferences at Jean-Talon Market on Feb.
With a lesser amount of households and commuters, the eastern townships represent just over one-quarter of the county's local emissions; 28.
Eastern Townships is not a very large place, but it has played its role in history.
Ron Canuel, director general, Eastern Townships School Board, Quebec
A contact list of 275 SME exporters located in the Eastern Townships was identified where all 275 SMEs were first contacted by phone and later a questionnaire was sent to all respondent who accepted to take part in this survey.
Adapted by Jefferson Lewis from the novel by the late Matt Cohen, "Arithmetic" unfolds primarily against the scenic countryside of Quebec's Eastern Townships region, where the American-born Melanie (Susan Sarandon) lives on a small farm with her history-professor husband David (Christopher Plummer) and their grown son Benjamin (Roy Dupuis).

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