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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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She was born in Edmundston, New Brunswick, Canada on April 25, 1944, the daughter of the late Maurice and Agnes Santerre.
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At the request of the bishops, Marie-Jeunesse was established in two more dioceses, with a house in Sherbrooke, Quebec, and another in Edmundston, New Brunswick.
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TSX:FPS) today announced that it has sold certain assets of its paperboard operations located in Edmundston, New Brunswick to Cascades Inc.
The pulp mills at Edmundston, New Brunswick and Berlin, New Hampshire will each take downtime of one week while the paper mills at Madawaska, Maine and Gorham, New Hampshire will take two days and seven days, respectively.
In this regard a workforce plan at the company's pulp and paper operations in Edmundston, New Brunswick and Madawaska Maine is being put in place and will result in the reduction of approximately 80 full time positions.
As part of its ongoing program to reduce costs, Intertape Polymer Group ("IPG") is closing the remaining manufacturing and related service operations in Rayne, Louisiana as well as the Edmundston, New Brunswick, Canada manufacturing plant.
PRIMUS will provide employment opportunities for AT&T Canada employees that support the residential long distance business, including those at the award-winning customer care center in Edmundston, New Brunswick in order to provide continuity of service and seamless transition for customers.
The company has over 600 employees based in Saint-Damien, Quebec, in Edmundston, New Brunswick and in Northboro, Massachusetts.
The first of the network's stores will open its doors at the end of August in Edmundston, New Brunswick.
The company has over 550 employees based in saint-Damien, Quebec, in Edmundston, New Brunswick and in Northboro, Massachusetts.