Gatineau

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recreation, within a 20 minutes drive of either city. This includes: skiing (cross-country and downhill), mountain biking (cross-country and downhill), hiking, canoeing, camping, rock-climbing and bird-watching. *


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and a restaurant. The airport has a few regularly scheduled flights to points within Quebec, but most residents of Gatineau use the nearby Ottawa Macdonald–Cartier International Airport or travel to Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport in Montreal. Ottawa and Gatineau have two distinct bus-based public transit systems with different fare structures, OC Transpo and the Société de transport de l'Outaouais. Tickets are not interchangeable between the two, however


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on Canada Day, offering activities such as music and dance shows throughout the day, entertainment and activities for children, and demonstrations by the Canadian Forces SkyHawks parachute team. '''Val-des-Monts''' is a municipality in the Outaouais (Outaouais (region)) region of Quebec, Canada, located about 40 kilometres north of Ottawa. It has a population of 10,139 residents. Formed in 1974 by the merger of the towns of Perkins, Saint-Pierre-de-Wakefield and Poltimore, it consists mainly of farms and mountainous forests. Many of its residents commute to Ottawa or Gatineau for work. Due to its numerous lakes, recreational opportunities and cottages its population is boosted during weekends and holidays by visitors from nearby Ottawa and Gatineau.The largest of the town's many lakes is Lac Grand (Lac Grand, Quebec), which is highly popular among cottagers. Most of the people in Val-des-Monts live in the village of Perkins. In 1987 GM sold the transit bus division to MCI (Motor Coach Industries) and TMC (Transportation Manufacturing Corporation). By 1993 the bus division changed hands again, this time going to NovaBus. During the two transitions the Classics continued to be built until NovaBus ceased production on the coaches in 1997, as most agencies were preferring the new low-floor LFS model. The last ever Classics built were in Canada, in 1997, for STO (Société de transport de l'Outaouais) in Gatineau, Quebec. '''Philemon Wright High School''' is an anglophone (English-speaking Quebecker) high school located in the Hull (Hull, Quebec) sector of Gatineau, Quebec, Canada. It is administered by the Western Quebec School Board and named after Philemon Wright, founder of Hull. Philemon Wright High school also offers an Enriched French program course to students. '''Rue Saint-Louis''' is a main street in Gatineau, Quebec that runs mostly along the north and east side of the Gatineau River in the old city of Gatineau. It starts at the boundaries of the city of Gatineau and the suburban town of Cantley, Quebec and ends at Boulevard Maloney (Boulevard Maloney (Gatineau)). On its northern end until Autoroute 50 (Quebec Autoroute 50), it runs parallel to the Gatineau River, while it briefly runs parallel to the Ottawa River on its eastern end. thumb right A church at Boulevard St Joseph near Terminus d'autobus de Gatineau. (File:Church at Boulevard St Joseph.JPG) '''Boulevard Saint-Joseph''' is an important commercial boulevard in the former city of Hull (Hull, Quebec), Quebec (now Gatineau). It runs from Boulevard Alexandre-Tache to the boundaries of the city of Gatineau and the suburban town of Chelsea (Chelsea, Quebec). thumb 250px right Boulevard Maisonneuve in Hull with the Place-du-Portage and Place-du-Centre in the background. (File:Boul Maisonneuve Hull.JPG) '''Boulevard Maisonneuve''' is an important arterial in the heart of Downtown Gatineau, Quebec. It serves as connector route between the Portage Bridge from Ottawa to Quebec Autoroutes 5 (Quebec Autoroute) and 50 (Quebec Autoroute 50) as well as Boulevard Fournier towards the Gatineau sector of the city, northern portions of the Hull (Hull, Quebec) sector and the northern east suburbs. It also gives access to the Macdonald-Cartier Bridge and the Alexandra Bridge (via Boulevard des Allumettières formerly Boulevard Saint-Laurent). Commons:Category:Gatineau, Québec WikiPedia:Gatineau, Quebec Dmoz:Regional North_America Canada Quebec Localities G Gatineau


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inside a powerful progressive derecho. The timber trade not only brought immigrants to British North America but also played a very important role in keeping them there. While many of those disembarking from the timber- trade ships headed south to the United States, many stayed in British North America. At the peak of the trade in the 1840s, 15,000 Irish loggers were employed in the Gatineau region alone at a time when the population of Montreal was only 10,000. Canadian branch One of the biggest branches of Union des Français de l'étranger was founded in Canada in 1983 by Jean-Luc Malherbe and Josette Villavaryan-Bardon. It aims to defend the interests of French citizens who live in the region of the national capital of Canada, the Ontario agglomeration of Ottawa and the Gatineau side of Quebec. Gatineau, Quebec's third-largest city, is the largest market not served by the network. Rythme FM also has no station in the Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean region—another major market in Quebec. '''Jacques Cartier Park''' is a park in Gatineau, Quebec, across the river from the National Gallery of Canada in Ottawa. It is named for French explorer Jacques Cartier, who arrived at the mouth of the Ottawa River while he was looking for the Northwest Passage. The National Capital Commission (NCC) uses the site to run one of its popular annual events, Winterlude every February. It is also a busy site on Canada Day, offering activities such as music and dance shows throughout the day, entertainment and activities for children, and demonstrations by the Canadian Forces SkyHawks parachute team. '''Val-des-Monts''' is a municipality in the Outaouais (Outaouais (region)) region of Quebec, Canada, located about 40 kilometres north of Ottawa. It has a population of 10,139 residents. Formed in 1974 by the merger of the towns of Perkins, Saint-Pierre-de-Wakefield and Poltimore, it consists mainly of farms and mountainous forests. Many of its residents commute to Ottawa or Gatineau for work. Due to its numerous lakes, recreational opportunities and cottages its population is boosted during weekends and holidays by visitors from nearby Ottawa and Gatineau.The largest of the town's many lakes is Lac Grand (Lac Grand, Quebec), which is highly popular among cottagers. Most of the people in Val-des-Monts live in the village of Perkins. In 1987 GM sold the transit bus division to MCI (Motor Coach Industries) and TMC (Transportation Manufacturing Corporation). By 1993 the bus division changed hands again, this time going to NovaBus. During the two transitions the Classics continued to be built until NovaBus ceased production on the coaches in 1997, as most agencies were preferring the new low-floor LFS model. The last ever Classics built were in Canada, in 1997, for STO (Société de transport de l'Outaouais) in Gatineau, Quebec. '''Philemon Wright High School''' is an anglophone (English-speaking Quebecker) high school located in the Hull (Hull, Quebec) sector of Gatineau, Quebec, Canada. It is administered by the Western Quebec School Board and named after Philemon Wright, founder of Hull. Philemon Wright High school also offers an Enriched French program course to students. '''Rue Saint-Louis''' is a main street in Gatineau, Quebec that runs mostly along the north and east side of the Gatineau River in the old city of Gatineau. It starts at the boundaries of the city of Gatineau and the suburban town of Cantley, Quebec and ends at Boulevard Maloney (Boulevard Maloney (Gatineau)). On its northern end until Autoroute 50 (Quebec Autoroute 50), it runs parallel to the Gatineau River, while it briefly runs parallel to the Ottawa River on its eastern end. thumb right A church at Boulevard St Joseph near Terminus d'autobus de Gatineau. (File:Church at Boulevard St Joseph.JPG) '''Boulevard Saint-Joseph''' is an important commercial boulevard in the former city of Hull (Hull, Quebec), Quebec (now Gatineau). It runs from Boulevard Alexandre-Tache to the boundaries of the city of Gatineau and the suburban town of Chelsea (Chelsea, Quebec). thumb 250px right Boulevard Maisonneuve in Hull with the Place-du-Portage and Place-du-Centre in the background. (File:Boul Maisonneuve Hull.JPG) '''Boulevard Maisonneuve''' is an important arterial in the heart of Downtown Gatineau, Quebec. It serves as connector route between the Portage Bridge from Ottawa to Quebec Autoroutes 5 (Quebec Autoroute) and 50 (Quebec Autoroute 50) as well as Boulevard Fournier towards the Gatineau sector of the city, northern portions of the Hull (Hull, Quebec) sector and the northern east suburbs. It also gives access to the Macdonald-Cartier Bridge and the Alexandra Bridge (via Boulevard des Allumettières formerly Boulevard Saint-Laurent). Commons:Category:Gatineau, Québec WikiPedia:Gatineau, Quebec Dmoz:Regional North_America Canada Quebec Localities G Gatineau


main reasons

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constructed in 1886 as the Hull Water Works, at a time when the site was at the heart of a largely industrial area. In the subsequent decades the building served a number of different purposes. In 1974 it suffered a devastating fire. The city of Hull and the National Capital Commission joined together to rebuild the structure as a theatre. It opened in 1976, and was the first municipally run theatre in Quebec. The '''Tour Eiffel Bridge''', also known as the '''Montcalm Street Bridge

''' is a small but ornate bridge in Gatineau, Quebec. There had long been a bridge across Brewery Creek (Brewery Creek (Gatineau)), but by the 1980s it needed to be replaced. Hull (Hull, Quebec) and the National Capital Commission were working to turn the Brewery Creek area into a tourist and cultural district. It was decided to build an ornate structure. Incorporated in the bridge was an original steel girder from the Eiffel Tower, that had been part of a recently

the Théâtre de l'Île and the Montcalm Street Bridge was replaced by the ornate Tour Eiffel Bridge. Its pollution removed, it has become a popular location for birders. - Ottawa Gatineau (Casino) (Casino du Lac Leamy) CTA9 Private Casiloc Inc. (Société des casinos du Québec) Gatineau QC (Quebec) - * '''CYNC''' (YNC) - Wemindji


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Côte St-Charles, Papineauville lat long directions phone +1 819-427-5611 tollfree fax +1 819-427-9740 hours Seasonal, March-April price content Sugar Shack. Enjoy a traditional lumberjack meal in a communal setting. Educational programs available. Products sold on premises. *


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Great pizzas here. Thin crust, personal size pizas are served for about $12, there is no option for a larger pizza. Tropical pizza is good, if a bit spicy. If pizza is not your thing the salads are also great. There is lots of parking space in the area and a few pubs within the same block. *'''Le French Quarter''', 80 Promenade du Portage, +1 819 777-1125, M - F 11:30AM to 23:00PM, Sa 17:00PM to 22:00PM. Splurge * Commons:Category:Gatineau, Québec WikiPedia:Gatineau, Quebec Dmoz:Regional North_America Canada Quebec Localities G Gatineau

Gatineau

thumb Gatineau (view from the Peace Tower of Parliament Centre Block) (File:Gatineau (view from the Peace Tower of Parliament Centre Block).JPG) '''Gatineau''' (

Gatineau is coextensive with a territory equivalent to a regional county municipality (TE) and census division (Census geographic units of Canada) (CD) of the same name, whose geographical code is 81. It is the seat of the judicial district (Judicial districts of Quebec) of Hull. ''Territorial Division Act''. ''Revised Statutes of Quebec'' D-11.

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