Pendant pres de quarante ans, l'Ordre de Jacques Cartier
en mena large au Canada francais.
With such massive amounts of equipment, it's no wonder it takes eight days to set up the sites at Jacques Cartier
Park and Major's Hill Park.
Against formidable odds, we still speak the language our ancestors spoke in 1534, when Jacques Cartier
landed on the shores of the St.
When French explorer Jacques Cartier
arrived in the region in 1534, it was the Mi'kmaq who initiated first contact by yelling from the shore and waving furs at the Europeans as an invitation to land.
Murray of Bastyr University, Seattle, the earliest recorded medicinal use of pine bark extracts was in 1534, when French explorer Jacques Cartier
became trapped in ice during an expedition up the St.
The Iroquoian-speaking people who met Jacques Cartier
in 1535 had disappeared by the time of Champlain's return voyage to the upper St.
directs the inaugural show, and he will go on to spearhead 21 productions in the company's first 10 seasons.
He has become one of the most outspoken advocates for a unique rural way of life that is hanging by a thread along this isolated rugged coast, which Jacques Cartier
called "the land God gave to Cain.
The tapestry of love was reflected in the fidelity which Catholics in Canada displayed, a story of service and commitment which began with Jacques Cartier
in 1534, which enabled the spread of the faith in succeeding years.
Some time later, Jutra jumped off the Jacques Cartier
Bridge into the St.
Many of the old roses are too sprawling and large for modern gardens, but Jacques Cartier
makes a tidy bush no more than three feet tall.
Number of hours of observation done in the Parc de la Jacques Cartier
, Quebec, from August 15 to October 31, 1984.