Joliette


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Joliette

(zhôlyĕt`), city (1991 pop. 17,396), S Que., Canada, on L'Assomption River, NE of Montreal. Its industries include steel, paper, textile, and ceramic manufacturing, tobacco processing, and limestone quarrying. The Séminaire de Joliette, affiliated with the Univ. of Montreal, is there.
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Loranger's involvement with classical music can be traced directly back to his youth in Joliette, where he says the Festival was his "initial exposure to every conceivable thing musical, lyrical, operatic." Home to choirs, three youth orchestras, and a cultural centre, Joliette was, in the 1970s, a hub of artistic activity.
Pas moins de 10 ans s'ecouleront avant qu'il ne soit ordonne pretre, une periode beaucoup plus longue que d'ordinaire, en partie a cause de son passe librement declare a son eveque de Joliette Mgr Rene Audet.
Graymont stated that engineering and customer service employees located in Joliette will not be impacted by these measures.
Main features: the market consists of depositing the "local maneuver stations", more commonly known as "pml", of the metro line 2 for the sainte-marguerite, castellane and joliette stations; and to replace them with control boxes on the ground placed upstream of each of the maneuvering targets.
Ils ont dirige cinq juvenats et cinq colleges classiques, dont le Seminaire de Joliette et le college Bourget de Rigaud.
La deuxieme monographie : Les tableaux d'Ozias Leduc a la Cathedrale Saint-Charles-Borromee de Joliette 1892-1894 (2008) est le resultat du memoire de Micheline Senecal, depose en 2007 a l'Universite du Quebec a Montreal au departement d'histoire de l'art, et traite, pour sa part, de la premiere grande tache de decoration d'eglise realisee par le peintre.
Micheline Senecal, Les tableaux d'Ozias Leduc a la Cathedrale Saint Charles-Borromee de Joliette 1892-1894, Quebec, Les Editions Gides, 2008, 175 p.
Joliette, QG--Luc Gagnon, president of Campagne-Quebec Vie and editor of the journal Egards, writes a monthly column for the national pro-life newspaper The Interim.
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En exercice a Joliette, Albert Laurendeau (1857-1920), oncle du celebre journaliste, etait un medecin de campagne peu ordinaire.
plans to build a $45 million automated warehouse in Joliette, adjacent to its passenger and light truck tire plant there, increasing its ability to serve North American customers.
The letter was signed by six priests from the diocese of Joliette (Bishop Gilles Lussier); five priests from Montreal (Cardinal Archbishop Jean-Claude Turcotte); four priests from Saint-Jean Longueil (Bishop.