Gaspé

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Gaspé

(găspā`, găs`pā, Fr. gäspā`), city (1991 pop. 16,402), E Que., Canada, on Gaspé Bay near the eastern extremity of the Gaspé Peninsula. It is a resort. Cartier landed there in 1534.
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When Clara and Gaspe reached the hostel around 4 a.m., the suspect offered to help the victim to her room since she was already drunk.
Silurian-Devonian biota and paleoenvironments of Gaspe Peninsula and northern New Brunswick.
I hope to position McInnis as a key company in the Gaspe area, but also as an important contributor to Quebec's economic vitality, as it enters North American markets in the coming months."
I hope to position Mclnnis as a key company in the Gaspe area, but also as an important contributor to Quebec's economic vitality, as it enters North American markets in the coming months."
After consulting with the crew, and seeing no prospect of reaching the port of Quebec that season, John set the course for Gaspe Harbour, where the schooner spent the winter.
Quebec's French Language Office ordered the health center in Gaspe to remove any English signs giving directions within the hospital, saying the signs were in violation of a regional law regarding bilingualism.
His first church appointment for mission charge was at Metis Beach and Leggatt's Point in Gaspe, Que.
Calls at Azores, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, Gaspe, Trois-Rivieres and Montreal.
Calling at: Liverpool (UK) - Ponta Delgada (Azores) - Sydney (Nova Scotia) - Charlottetown (Prince Edward Island) - Gaspe (Quebec) - Trois-Rivieres - Montreal
Further research has provided more detail on the mechanics of the merchant credit system as it operated in the fisheries in Newfoundland and the Gaspe, (5) but very little work has been done on the activity of merchant firms in the fishery in Cape Breton during the 19th century.
We chose rural Quebec for two reasons: to see its natural beauty, in particular the Gaspe Peninsula, which had sparked my imagination years ago and which I had wanted to visit ever since, and to discover what markers are left of Quebec's rich Catholic heritage.
On June 25, five headless seals were found on the banks of Quebec's Gaspe' Peninsula.