Help


[permalink] [id link]
+
Page "Anti-globalization movement" ¶ 41
from Wikipedia
Edit
Promote Demote Fragment Fix

Some Related Sentences

Quebec and City
* 1938 – Jean-Paul L ' Allier, Canadian politician, 38th Mayor of Quebec City
* 1541 – French explorer Jacques Cartier lands near Quebec City in his third voyage to Canada.
The largest population clusters of North America ( the Boston – Washington, San Francisco-San Diego, Chicago – Pittsburgh, and Quebec City – Windsor Corridors ) are all thousands of kilometers away from Alberta.
During the Anglo-French War ( 1627 – 1629 ), under Charles I, by 1629 the Kirkes took Quebec City, Sir James Stewart of Killeith, Lord Ochiltree planted a colony on Cape Breton Island at Baleine, Nova Scotia and Alexander ’ s son, William Alexander, 1st Earl of Stirling established the first incarnation of “ New Scotland ” at Port Royal.
* CHOI-FM: The CRTC announced it would not renew the licence of the popular CHOI-FM radio station in Quebec City, after having previously sanctioned the station for failing to uphold its promise of performance and then, during the years following, receiving about 50 complaints about offensive behaviour by radio jockeys which similarly contravened CRTC rules on broadcast hate speech.
British forces seized remaining French control over Acadia in the coming months, with Île-Saint-Jean falling in 1759 to British forces on their way to Quebec City for the Siege of Quebec and ensuing Battle of the Plains of Abraham.
The Charlottetown Conference ended with an agreement to meet the following month in Quebec City, where more formal discussions ensued, culminating with meetings in London and the signing of the British North America Act.
They committed themselves to founding a permanent organization for food and agriculture, which happened in Quebec City, Canada on October 16, 1945.
FAO was established on 16 October 1945, in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada.
The largest settlement was New France, with the towns of Quebec City ( 1608 ) and Montreal ( fur trading post in 1611, Roman Catholic mission established in 1639, and colony founded in 1642 ).
The " wonderful year " referenced in the first verse is 1759-1760, during which British forces were victorious in several significant battles: the Battle of Minden on 1st of August 1759, the Battle of Lagos on 19 August 1759, the Battle of the Plains of Abraham ( outside Quebec City ) on 13 September 1759 and the Battle of Quiberon Bay on 20 November 1759, foiling a French invasion project.
Games of shinney are also known to have been played on the St. Lawrence River at Montreal and Quebec City and in Kingston and Ottawa in Ontario.
In 1758, he took part in the major amphibious assault that captured the Fortress of Louisbourg from the French, after which he participated in the siege of Quebec City and then the Battle of the Plains of Abraham in 1759.
* 1615 – First Récollet missionaries arrive at Quebec City, from Rouen, France.
As this was too late in the year to make the trip to Upper Canada because of severe weather, the Simcoes spent the winter in Quebec City.
The oldest non-personal library on the North American continent was founded at The Jesuit College in Quebec City in 1635.
201 Grande-Allée, residence of St-Laurent in Quebec City for sixty years
Louis Stephen St-Laurent died from natural causes on 25 July 1973, in Quebec City, Quebec, aged 91, and was laid to rest at St. Thomas Aquinas Cemetery in his hometown of Compton, Quebec.
St. Laurent's residence at 201 Grande-Allée Est in Quebec City is protected as a Recognized Federal Heritage Building.
* Quebec Mercury, a defunct 19th Century weekly newspaper published in Quebec City, Canada

Quebec and municipal
Quebec is also home to a large Irish community, especially in Montreal, where the Irish shamrock is featured on the municipal flag.
The political independence of suburban municipalities from the nearby city is a sensitive political issue, since provincial governments have the power to rewrite municipal boundaries at will, and they have often dictated mergers without input from residents ( recently in Nova Scotia in 1996, Ontario in 1997 and Quebec in 2002 ).
The RCMP provides policing services to all of Canada at a federal level, and also on a contract basis to the three territories, eight of Canada's provinces ( the RCMP does not provide provincial or municipal policing in either Ontario or Quebec ), more than 190 municipalities, 184 aboriginal communities, and three international airports.
Under provincial and municipal contracts the RCMP provides front-line policing in all areas outside of Ontario and Quebec that do not have an established local police force.
* Rassemblement pour l ' action municipale, a municipal political party in Trois-Rivières, Quebec, Canada
As part of the 2000 – 2006 municipal reorganization in Quebec, the five municipalities that constituted the Communauté urbaine de l ' Outaouais were merged on January 1, 2002 to constitute the new city of Gatineau.
In Alberta, the district ( known as municipal districts ) acts like a county or a city but not like the provinces of Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, and British Columbia, all districts and counties are part of census subdivisions of their respective census divisions.
In Quebec, districts are municipal electoral subdivisions of boroughs, which are subdivisions of cities.
Between 1961 and 2002, Longueuil's borders grew three times, as it was amalgamated with surrounding municipalities ; there was a partial de-amalgamation in 2006 ( see 2000 – 2006 municipal reorganization in Quebec ).
On January 1, 2002, as part of the 2000 – 2006 municipal reorganization in Quebec, the provincial government amalgamated the former Longueuil with Boucherville, Brossard, Greenfield Park, LeMoyne, Saint-Bruno-de-Montarville, Saint-Hubert and Saint-Lambert.
In the November 6, 2005 municipal elections, William Steinberg ( of the Quebec Steinbergs ) was elected mayor of Hampstead.
Questions can be raised as to whether the Quiet Revolution was a movement exclusive to Quebec politics or whether the federal and municipal levels of government were also involved.
In 1856, he was elected to the municipal council of Quebec City and was mayor from 1858 to 1861.
As one of his first acts as governor, he sought to establish in Canada the three estates — nobles, clergy and people — and to establish municipal government in Quebec.
As part of the 2000 – 2006 municipal reorganization in Quebec, on December 27, 2001 the city of Saint-Hyacinthe amalgamated with five neighbouring towns ( listed here with their populations as of 2001 ):
As part of the 2000 – 2006 municipal reorganization in Quebec, on January 1, 2002 the municipalities ( including unorganized territories ) of the former Rouyn-Noranda Regional County Municipality amalgamated into the new City of Rouyn-Noranda.
Wrightstown later became incorporated in 1875 and renamed Hull, Quebec, and then in 2002, as a result of a municipal amalgamation, it acquired its present name of the City of Gatineau.
The ADQ advocates the autonomy of individuals, the autonomy of municipal governments, and the autonomy of Quebec within Canada.
The primary function of the Sûreté du Québec is to enforce provincial laws, some municipal bylaws, the criminal code, and many other laws throughout Quebec and to assist municipal police forces when needed.
This new force took over the headquarters of the Quebec City municipal police, which were then disbanded, although the city relaunched a municipal force in 1877.
Lynch-Staunton won a council seat in Stanstead in the Quebec municipal elections on November 1, 2009.
* 2002-The merger of numerous cities and their suburbs ( municipal fusions ) into " megacities " goes into effect, creating the new megacities of Montreal, Longueuil, Quebec City, Lévis, Saguenay, Sherbrooke, and Gatineau among others.

0.216 seconds.