Restigouche


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Restigouche

(rĕstĭgo͞osh`), river, c.130 mi (210 km) long, rising in NW N.B., Canada, E of Edmundston, and flowing generally NE to the Matapedia River, then past Campbellton to Chaleur Bay at Dalhousie. Its lower course forms part of the Quebec–New Brunswick boundary. The river is noted for salmon fishing.
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The report released findings of patient mistreatment at the Restigouche Hospital Centre in Campbellton caused in part by chronic understaffing and negligent medical assessments.
After completion of his training, he served in a succession of operational postings as a bridge watchkeeper, navigator, combat officer and executive officer in several ships including HMCS RESTIGOUCHE, CORMORANT, VANCOUVER, HURON, CHALEUR and HALIFAX, and then most recently as the Commanding Officer of HMCS ST JOHN'S from January 2007 until July 2008.
Regions 1 (Moncton), 5 (Restigouche) and 7 (Miramichi) have been acclaimed.
She has tended to CAF members in Belgium, Washington DC, and aboard HMCS Restigouche while sailing from Egypt to Victoria (via the Pacific).
Although no direct causation can be established between outlet proximity and youth binge drinking in this study, the rural health regions that would experience some of the greatest growth in alcohol outlets are regions that have some of the highest rates of youth binge drinking in the province (e.g., Restigouche, Bathurst, and the Acadian Peninsula area, see Table 4).
The Devonian (Emsian) Campbellton Formation, exposed along the Restigouche River--Chaleur Bay shoreline in northern New Brunswick, Canada, has been the focus of numerous studies since the late 1800s.
100 enregistree entre 1921 et 1931 (la plus importante de tous les comtes de la province pour la meme periode), la population totale du comte de Restigouche representait moins de la moitie de celle du comte de Saint John en 1931, et sa population urbaine, moins du quart.
The secretariat seeks to halt construction of the tar sands export project at the Belledune Port that will run two trains of 125 cars each carrying 175,000 barrels a day of tar sands oil every day along the "sacred Matapedia and Restigouche salmon rivers and the Baie des Chaleurs," reads a press release.
Other prizes include a $5,000 trip to the Restigouche River Lodge in New Brunswick, a $4,750 trip to Reel Action Lodge on the Kanektok River in Alaska, and a $3,895 trip to Minor Bay Lodge in Saskatchewan.
Le plus pittoresque etait le <<Yacht Club >>, situe entre Dalhousie et Campbellton, au bord de la riviere Restigouche, annonce par une grosse ancre en ler, mais sans le moindre quai en vue pour y accueillir des yachts ou des bateaux.