French Canada


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French Canada

the areas of Canada, esp in the province of Quebec, where French Canadians predominate
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This was hardly a stretch of logic or historical interpretation in a century of national awakenings, during which French Canada found ample inspiration in Europe.
Cette appreciation fait echo a la phrase qui ouvre la preface de Hughes a l'edition anglaise de 1963, apres un avant-propos de Nathan Keyfitz intitule French Canada Still in Transition : << Si le Quebec est encore en etat de transition, c'est dans une certaine mesure parce que, aujourd'hui comme hier, 'Jean-Baptiste arrive en ville' (c'etait la, en effet, le premier titre auquel j'avais songe pour ce volume, mais des amis et mon editeur m'en ont dissuade!) >> (p.
The couple who own, operate and prepare the meals are from France and French Canada and display all their culinary talents while creating a little slice of the French countryside in very New England Southbridge.
If French crime novels become as fashionable as the Scandinavian have been, perhaps the torrent that unleashes as publishers rush to fill the demand will sweep the better novels of French Canada along with it.
Velez offers fascinating examples from Latin America and French Canada for her argument: Catholic missions were spaces of encounter and created bridges between European and Native American cultures.
Six brothers and their father migrated from French Canada to St.
Taken collectively, Detroit's ribbon farms exhibited great uniformity and reflected the agricultural tradition of French Canada. Isaac Weld observed of Detroit during his travels up the lakes in 1796, that "the houses ...
From here the spectacle of Niagara is a short drive around the lake, before you take to the Maple Leaf Trail proper, heading north to Canada's historic capital Ottawa, then further east into French Canada, journeying to glorious Montreal, stylish Olympic city, and finally to picturesque Quebec, capital of French Canada, and where the New World still resembles the Old.
With French Canada being an important and significant consumer base in the online travel industry, FlightNetwork.com, a Canadian leader in online travel, announced the launch of its French-Language flight booking tool.
French Canada, which includes a mere 8 mil/ion people concentrated in the province of Quebec, was settled by France.
From here the spectacle of Niagara is a short drive around the lake, before you take to the Maple Leaf Trail proper, heading north to Canada's historic capital Ottawa, then further east into French Canada, journeying to glorious Montral, stylish Olympic city, and finally to picturesque Qubec, capital of French Canada, and where the New World still resembles the Old.