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Edmundston

(ĕd`mənstən), city (1991 pop. 10,835), NW N.B., Canada, at the confluence of the St. John and Madawaska rivers, at the U.S. border. It has a large pulp mill and is a railroad center and hunting and fishing base. Settled c.1785 by Acadians, it was known as Petit Sault to the French and Little Falls to the English before being named in 1850 for Sir Edmund Head, later governor-general of Canada.
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* Nursing Education Advisory Committee (currently recruiting a nurse from UdeM Edmundston or Shippagan (Bathurst site) and a nurse responsible for continuing education in a practice setting)
2007: Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Universite de Moncton, Edmundston Campus
* France Chasse, nurse educator, Universite de Moncton, Edmundston (re-appointment)
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The letter was signed by six bishops: Francois Thibodeau (Edmundston, NB), Bertrand Blanchet (Rimouski, PQ), Nicola De Angelis (Auxiliary, Toronto), Marcel Gervais (Ottawa), Pierre Morissette (Baie-Comeau, PQ), and Alfred Sutton (Keewatin-Le Pas).
Located in Saint John, Moncton, Newcastle, Bathurst and Edmundston, these offices help to facilitate contact with industrial clients.