New Quebec


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New Quebec

a region of E Canada, formerly the Ungava district of Northwest Territories (1895--1912), extending from the line of the Eastmain and Hamilton Rivers north between Hudson Bay and Labrador: absorbed by Quebec in 1912: contains extensive iron deposits. Area: about 777 000 sq. km (300 000 sq. miles)
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This message seems to have been lost on the Catholic bishops of Quebec as they vacillate over the new Quebec school curriculum, "Ethics and Religious Culture.
On the occasion of a teaching engagement I undertook in Germany a little over ten years ago, Reiner Schulze, the executive editor of the then soon-to-be-established Zeitschrift fur Europaisches Privatrecht and current director of the Institut fur Deutsche und Europaische Rechtsgeschichte of the Westfalische Wilhelms-Universitat, in Munster, invited me to contribute a brief text in English on the new Quebec Civil Code (which was just about to come into force on 1 January 1994).
We don't want any other kind of magnet at our new Quebec City facility.
The Social Union Framework Agreement was reached, ironically without Quebec's endorsement, in part as a response to the close outcome of the 1995 referendum, And, most recently, Canada's premiers, hoping to build a new era of constructive and cooperative federalism, have approved of new Quebec Premier Jean Charest's Council of the Federation addressing and redressing major contentious issues in federal-provincial relations.
Instead money was provided for training and make-work projects so the displaced fishery workers could qualify for employment insurance benefits for the winter, and the new Quebec government of Jean Charest promised three weeks of aid and agreed to pay the interest on the Coasters' fishing boat loans.
They sought to affirm a new Quebec national identity that went beyond the hyphenated concept of the French-Canadian that had been entrenched for so long.
If new Quebec could be carved up in the fashion advocated by supporters of vote-based partition, then effectively Quebec would be unable to pursue secession in any meaningful way.
Another West End pub, the Bricklayers Arms in New Quebec Street, has been leased to pub operators Cubitt House.
They lost almost all of them in the next election, given Dief's incomprehension of the new Quebec in the Quiet Revolution.
transcontinental magmatism 1490-1350 Ma that affected New Quebec and Makkovik orogens more than 300 Ma after orogenesis).
The New Quebec Law of Trusts: The Adaptation of Common Law Thought to Civil Law Concepts" in H.
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