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Trois-Rivières

 

a city in Canada, in southeastern Quebec. Population, 55,200 (1971). Trois-Rivières is a port on the St. Lawrence River, with a freight turnover of 4 million tons per year. It is a center of the Canadian pulp and paper industry. Local industries produce chemicals and electrotechnical items, including electric lamps and electron tubes. The city also has a metalworking industry.

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In race one of the Grand Prix de Trois-Rivieres, he clinched third place in the TCR category, in the second race, he won his class with a 1.4-second advantage.
The work to be performed on Air Canada's fleet of 125 narrow bodies will require approximately 350 aircraft mechanics at AAR's Trois-Rivieres facility.
Le 8 avril 1874, plusieurs decennies avant l'ouverture du fleuve Saint-Laurent a la navigation hivernale, un journaliste du Constitutionnel de Trois-Rivieres ecrit: <<Quand aurons-nous la navigation?
David Levasseur, Guy Morin, Centre de metallurgie du Quebec, Trois-Rivieres, QC, Canada; Francis Breton, Joseph Langlais, Rio Tinto Alcan, Jonquiere, QC, Canada
The City of Trois-Rivieres is footing the balance of the bill ($800,000) and assuming ownership of the church building and adjacent rectory.
On the feast itself, over a period of two hours, a procession of floats depicting the local or national Marian events in Canadian history wended its way from the shrine to Exposition Park in Trois-Rivieres where Mary was crowned Queen of Canada by Cardinal Valeri, the Papal representative.
Balvardi, Halifax West High School, Atlantic Region; Etienne Lantagne-Hurtubise, CEGEP de Trois-Rivieres, Region de Quebec; Melody (Yun Jia) Guan, University of Toronto Schools, Ontario Region; Kaien Gu, St.
Jean-Alexandre Boucher obtained his Chiropractic degree in June 2010 from Universite du Quebec a Trois-Rivieres (UQTR) and immediately undertook part-time practice in Trois-Rivieres, his native town.
He has ministered to congregations in Montreal, Trois-Rivieres, Melbourne, Ottawa and Pembroke, and served the Presbyterian Church in different capacities including national coordinator of Francophone Ministries, moderator of the Synod of Quebec and Eastern Ontario and as moderator of the Presbytery of Quebec.