Dorval

What is Dorval known for?


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454427461:454427461&FMT ABS&FMTS ABS:FT&type current&date May+28%2C+1992&author Bobbi-Jean+MacKinnon+Toronto+Star&pub Toronto+Star&desc People-to-people+appeal+for+Canada+growing&pqatl google title People-to-people appeal for Canada growing last MacKinnon first Bobbi-Jean date 1992-05-28 work Toronto Star page MA.6 accessdate 2009-08-28 in Quebec, and Neyagawa,


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status, which included 2.87% who self-identified as Black (Black people), 2.27% as Chinese (Han Chinese), 1.98% as Filipino (Filipino Canadian), 1.87% as South Asian, 1.32% as Korean (Korean people), 1.00% as Arab, 0.69% as Latin American, 0.47% as Southeast Asian, and 0.20% as Japanese (Japanese people). Statistics Canada 2001 Census Community Profile A large Inuit population has also established itself in Dorval but this does not appear on official census data because most Inuit choose to associate themselves with their village or reside only part-time in Dorval. English (English language) was mother tongue to 47.5% of Dorval residents according to the 2006 census (counting both single and multiple responses), compared to 47.1% in 2001 and 50.2% in 1996; while French (French language) was mother tongue to 32.1% of residents in 2006, compared to 36.9% in 2001 and 35.8% in 1996. known_for Television reporter home_town Dorval, Quebec spouse '''Devon Soltendieck''' (born May 8, 1985 in Montreal, Quebec) is a former MuchMusic VJ (VJ (media personality)) from the city of Dorval, on the island of Montreal. He has been an anchor and reporter on CP24 since early 2010. *Dollard-Des Ormeaux–Roxboro: Dollard-des-Ormeaux demerged, Roxboro did not and merged with Pierrefonds to form Pierrefonds-Roxboro borough. *Dorval–L'Île-Dorval dissolved to form the two municipalities of Dorval and L'Île-Dorval. *Kirkland (Kirkland, Quebec) demerged and became the municipality of Kirkland. Lachine (Lachine (AMT)) Lachine (Lachine (borough)) STM (Société de transport de Montréal) 195 (400 metres south on Sherbrooke Street (Sherbrooke Street, Lachine) ). Dorval (Dorval (AMT)) Dorval Via Rail, PET Airport (Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport), STM (Société de transport de Montréal) 173(Metro Bus),191, 195, 202, 203, 204(To and from PET Airport), 209, 211, 221(MB), 354, 356, 378 (Eastbound only), 460. Pine Beach (Pine Beach (AMT)) STM (Société de transport de Montréal) 204, 211, 221(MB), 354, 356. Air Canada Centre , ''World Airline Directory''. Flight International. March 17–23, 1999. "46. also known as La Rondelle ("The Puck" in French (French language)), is Air Canada's headquarters, "Investors Contacts." ''Air Canada''. Retrieved on May 18, 2009. located on the grounds of Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport and in Saint-Laurent. "Detailed Map of Dorval." City of Dorval (Dorval). Retrieved on November 4, 2010. Israelson, David. "Companies eye exits in case of separation." ''Toronto Star''. September 11, 1994. Retrieved on September 23, 2009. In 1990 the airline announced that it was moving its headquarters from Downtown Montreal to the airport to cut costs. "Air Canada layoffs blamed on free trade." ''Toronto Star''. October 10, 1990. A1. Retrieved on September 23, 2009. History Jaro started operations in 1991 at Aurel Vlaicu International Airport, Bucharest second airport, with one Boeing 707. In the same year, Jaro International started services to JFK International Airport, being the first Romanian airline apart TAROM to fly over the Atlantic. In July 1997 the airline introduced weekly flights between Aurel Vlaicu International Airport-Montreal-Mirabel International Airport and Aurel Vlaicu International Airport-Toronto Pearson International Airport, where they stayed until 2000, when they renounced these routes because of the high competition of Tarom which was operating at Dorval and Pearson. In September 2001, the airline declared bankruptcy and made its last long haul flight and its last one from New York. Usually, their beverage menu comes from Pepsi-QTG Canada (PepsiCo), but at locations in Dorval (the Dorval Ave. location) and Kirkland (Kirkland, Quebec), products from Coca-Cola Ltd. (The Coca-Cola Company) are served instead.


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by the extension of streetcar service to Dorval's eastern city limits in the interwar period. After the Second World War many middle-class families migrated to Dorval from the city of Montreal and from other parts of Canada. This migration was made possible by the widening of highway 20 (Quebec autoroute 20) and by the large-scale construction of new dwellings. This new housing consisted mostly of single family homes with some townhouses and low-rise apartment buildings, built on lands previously used for agriculture and recreational activities. The post-war period also saw the construction of Dorval Gardens shopping centre in 1954, one of Greater Montreal's first mall-style shopping centres. Today the shopping centre remains the city's principal centre of retail trade. The island named Île Dorval, settled in 1860 and located less than one kilometre offshore from Dorval, constitutes the separate city of L'Île-Dorval despite being a summer cottage community with only five permanent residents as of the Canada 2011 Census. The island is connected to the city of Dorval by a private ferry service. On January 1, 2002, as part of the 2002–2006 municipal reorganization of Montreal, Dorval was merged into the city of Montreal, being combined with L'Île-Dorval to form the Dorval–L'Île-Dorval borough of Montreal. After a change of government (Quebec general election, 2003) and a 2004 referendum (Quebec municipal referendums, 2004), Dorval was reconstituted as a city on January 1, 2006. Although Dorval had the legal status of ''cité'' prior to the merger, the reconstituted city has the status of ''ville'' (see Types of municipalities in Quebec). Nevertheless, the municipal government refers to itself as the "Cité de Dorval". Demographics known_for Television reporter home_town Dorval, Quebec spouse '''Devon Soltendieck''' (born May 8, 1985 in Montreal, Quebec) is a former MuchMusic VJ (VJ (media personality)) from the city of Dorval, on the island of Montreal. He has been an anchor and reporter on CP24 since early 2010. *Dollard-Des Ormeaux–Roxboro: Dollard-des-Ormeaux demerged, Roxboro did not and merged with Pierrefonds to form Pierrefonds-Roxboro borough. *Dorval–L'Île-Dorval dissolved to form the two municipalities of Dorval and L'Île-Dorval. *Kirkland (Kirkland, Quebec) demerged and became the municipality of Kirkland. Lachine (Lachine (AMT)) Lachine (Lachine (borough)) STM (Société de transport de Montréal) 195 (400 metres south on Sherbrooke Street (Sherbrooke Street, Lachine) ). Dorval (Dorval (AMT)) Dorval Via Rail, PET Airport (Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport), STM (Société de transport de Montréal) 173(Metro Bus),191, 195, 202, 203, 204(To and from PET Airport), 209, 211, 221(MB), 354, 356, 378 (Eastbound only), 460. Pine Beach (Pine Beach (AMT)) STM (Société de transport de Montréal) 204, 211, 221(MB), 354, 356. Air Canada Centre , ''World Airline Directory''. Flight International. March 17–23, 1999. "46. also known as La Rondelle ("The Puck" in French (French language)), is Air Canada's headquarters, "Investors Contacts." ''Air Canada''. Retrieved on May 18, 2009. located on the grounds of Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport and in Saint-Laurent. "Detailed Map of Dorval." City of Dorval (Dorval). Retrieved on November 4, 2010. Israelson, David. "Companies eye exits in case of separation." ''Toronto Star''. September 11, 1994. Retrieved on September 23, 2009. In 1990 the airline announced that it was moving its headquarters from Downtown Montreal to the airport to cut costs. "Air Canada layoffs blamed on free trade." ''Toronto Star''. October 10, 1990. A1. Retrieved on September 23, 2009. History Jaro started operations in 1991 at Aurel Vlaicu International Airport, Bucharest second airport, with one Boeing 707. In the same year, Jaro International started services to JFK International Airport, being the first Romanian airline apart TAROM to fly over the Atlantic. In July 1997 the airline introduced weekly flights between Aurel Vlaicu International Airport-Montreal-Mirabel International Airport and Aurel Vlaicu International Airport-Toronto Pearson International Airport, where they stayed until 2000, when they renounced these routes because of the high competition of Tarom which was operating at Dorval and Pearson. In September 2001, the airline declared bankruptcy and made its last long haul flight and its last one from New York. Usually, their beverage menu comes from Pepsi-QTG Canada (PepsiCo), but at locations in Dorval (the Dorval Ave. location) and Kirkland (Kirkland, Quebec), products from Coca-Cola Ltd. (The Coca-Cola Company) are served instead.


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aircraft. A new training site was set up at North Bay, taking advantage of the uncluttered skies and freedom from major built-up areas that had made the airport an ideal BEATP BCATP candidate. Carl Christie. ''Ocean Bridge''. University of Toronto Press, 1995, pp. 203-204. ISBN 0-8020-8131-2 '''H9S''' Dorval L'Île-Dorval (L'Île-Dorval, Quebec) <

Montréal STM 195 (400 metres south on Sherbrooke Street (Sherbrooke Street, Lachine) ). Dorval (Dorval (AMT)) Dorval Via Rail, PET Airport (Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport), STM (Société de transport de Montréal) 173(Metro Bus),191, 195, 202, 203, 204(To and from PET Airport), 209, 211

, 221(MB), 354, 356, 378 (Eastbound only), 460. Pine Beach (Pine Beach (AMT)) STM (Société de transport de Montréal) 204, 211, 221(MB), 354, 356. Air Canada Centre , ''World Airline Directory''. Flight International. March 17–23, 1999. "46.<


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by the extension of streetcar service to Dorval's eastern city limits in the interwar period. After the Second World War many middle-class families migrated to Dorval from the city of Montreal and from other parts of Canada. This migration was made possible by the widening of highway 20 (Quebec autoroute 20) and by the large-scale construction of new dwellings. This new housing consisted mostly of single family homes with some townhouses and low-rise apartment buildings, built on lands previously


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responses), compared to 47.1% in 2001 and 50.2% in 1996; while French (French language) was mother tongue to 32.1% of residents in 2006, compared to 36.9% in 2001 and 35.8% in 1996.

Airport (previously known as ''Dorval Airport''), is in Dorval. "Detailed Map of Dorval." Dorval. Retrieved on November 4, 2010. From 1975 to 2005, Dorval Airport was one of two passenger airports serving Greater Montreal. Since 2005, it has become the metropolitan area's sole passenger airport. Originally a military airfield used mainly to refuel new

Carte_detaillee_de_Dorval.pdf Detailed Map of Dorval ." City of Dorval (Dorval). Retrieved on November 4, 2010. Israelson, David. "Companies eye exits in case of separation." ''Toronto Star''. September 11, 1994


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0.7% population_blank2_title Dwellings population_blank2 8433 population_note timezone EST (Eastern Time Zone) utc_offset −5 timezone_DST EDT (Eastern Daylight Time) utc_offset_DST −4 postal_code_type Postal code(s) (Canadian postal code) postal_code H4S, H4Y, H9P, H9S (List of H postal codes of Canada) area_code Area codes 514 and 438 514 and 438


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than 300 years to 1665 when Sulpician priests (Society of Saint-Sulpice) established a mission on the outskirts of Ville-Marie, a French settlement which later became known as Montreal. Dorval was originally named Gentilly. It was later renamed La Présentation-de-la-Vierge-Marie and finally Dorval. It was incorporated as a village in 1892, a town in 1903, and a city in 1956. (In French (French language) it was termed a ''cité'', an old term used to translate the English legal term "


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454427461:454427461&FMT ABS&FMTS ABS:FT&type current&date May+28%2C+1992&author Bobbi-Jean+MacKinnon+Toronto+Star&pub Toronto+Star&desc People-to-people+appeal+for+Canada+growing&pqatl google title People-to-people appeal for Canada growing last MacKinnon first Bobbi-Jean date 1992-05-28 work Toronto Star page MA.6 accessdate 2009-08-28 in Quebec, and Neyagawa,


black people

status, which included 2.87% who self-identified as Black (Black people), 2.27% as Chinese (Han Chinese), 1.98% as Filipino (Filipino Canadian), 1.87% as South Asian, 1.32% as Korean (Korean people), 1.00% as Arab, 0.69% as Latin American, 0.47% as Southeast Asian, and 0.20% as Japanese (Japanese people).

Dorval

'''Dorval''' is an on-island suburb (Greater Montreal) on the island of Montreal in southwestern Quebec, Canada. In 2011, the Canadian Census indicated that the population increased by 0.7% to 18,088. Although the city has the largest surface area in the West Island, it is among the least densely populated. Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport constitutes about 60% of the city's land, forcing all of Dorval's population to be concentrated in the southern part of the city.

Dorval is the oldest city in the West Island, having been founded in 1667, and one of the oldest in Canada and North America.

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