Saint-Laurent


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Saint-Laurent

Yves , full name Yves-Mathieu. born 1936, French couturier: popularized trousers for women for all occasions
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EDF EN Canada has bought the additional Saint-Laurent Energies stock from home Hydromega Services, as agreed in October 2009.
"This is a crucial step toward construction of a pipeline between our Levis and Montreal East facilities," said Louis Bergeron, director, Business Development and Terminal Management, at Ultramar and manager of the Pipeline Saint-Laurent project."
Saint-Laurent was widely considered the last of a generation that included Christian Dior and Coco Chanel and made Paris the fashion capital of the world.
Le cas de Saint-Laurent illustre la conversion d'un territoire de tradition industrielle en un pole de la haute technologie.
Saint-Laurent's spokesman Robin Fournier- Bergmann added: "He is resting at home and everything is fine.
Parallelement, la rue Saint-Laurent se transforme en << boulevard des nouveaux citoyens >>, suite aux vagues migratoires qui deferlent sur la metropole, au premier rang celle des Juifs.
Following reflection on an evocative poem that captures the eolectic qualities of Saint-Laurent, the visitor encounters an overview tracing the origins and development of the street to the chemin Saint-Laurent.