Notre-Dame-de-Grâce

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Jay Baruchel Biography publisher ''Yahoo! Movies'' accessdate November 10, 2007 His father was of half Sephardic Jew (Sephardi Jews)ish and half French (French Canadian) Catholic ancestry, and his mother is of Irish Catholic background;


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is located at 6000 Fielding Avenue, corner Cote St. Luc Road, in the Montreal District of N.D.G." Version in French - French address: "A: The EMSB's Administration Building is located at 6000 Fielding Avenue, corner Cote St. Luc Road, in the Montreal District of N.D.G." There are numerous private and public educational institutions within the community: Elementary schools French schools


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. In his maiden speech to Parliament in November he accused the very conservative Liberal (Liberal Party of Canada) government led by Louis St. Laurent of being socialists. His criticisms were based on the government being corporatistic and taking an interest in private business activities. * William Henry Allison b. 1838 first elected in 1878 as Conservative (Conservative Party of Canada (historical)) member for Hants (Hants (electoral district)), Nova Scotia. * Warren Allmand

b. 1932 first elected in 1965 as Liberal (Liberal Party of Canada) member for Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, Quebec. * Benjamin Graydon Allmark b. 1911 first elected in 1958 as Progressive Conservative (Progressive Conservative Party of Canada) member for Kingston (Kingston (electoral district)), Ontario. * Sarkis Assadourian b. 1948 first elected in 1993 as Liberal (Liberal Party of Canada) member for Don Valley North, Ontario. * Edmund Tobin Asselin b. 1920

first elected in 1962 as Liberal (Liberal Party of Canada) member for Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, Quebec. * Gérard Asselin b. 1950 first elected in 1993 as Bloc Québécois member for Charlevoix (Charlevoix (electoral district)), Quebec. * John Borden Hamilton b. 1913 first elected in 1954 as Progressive Conservative (Progressive Conservative Party of Canada) member for York West, Ontario. * William McLean Hamilton b. 1919 first elected in 1953 as Progressive


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. In his maiden speech to Parliament in November he accused the very conservative Liberal (Liberal Party of Canada) government led by Louis St. Laurent of being socialists. His criticisms were based on the government being corporatistic and taking an interest in private business activities. * William Henry Allison b. 1838 first elected in 1878 as Conservative (Conservative Party of Canada (historical)) member for Hants (Hants (electoral district)), Nova Scotia. * Warren Allmand b. 1932 first elected in 1965 as Liberal (Liberal Party of Canada) member for Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, Quebec. * Benjamin Graydon Allmark b. 1911 first elected in 1958 as Progressive Conservative (Progressive Conservative Party of Canada) member for Kingston (Kingston (electoral district)), Ontario. * Sarkis Assadourian b. 1948 first elected in 1993 as Liberal (Liberal Party of Canada) member for Don Valley North, Ontario. * Edmund Tobin Asselin b. 1920 first elected in 1962 as Liberal (Liberal Party of Canada) member for Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, Quebec. * Gérard Asselin b. 1950 first elected in 1993 as Bloc Québécois member for Charlevoix (Charlevoix (electoral district)), Quebec. * John Borden Hamilton b. 1913 first elected in 1954 as Progressive Conservative (Progressive Conservative Party of Canada) member for York West, Ontario. * William McLean Hamilton b. 1919 first elected in 1953 as Progressive Conservative (Progressive Conservative Party of Canada) member for Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, Quebec. * William James Hammell b. 1881 first elected in 1921 as Progressive (Progressive Party of Canada) member for Muskoka (Muskoka (electoral district)), Ontario. Farther west, St. Jacques Street runs through the residential neighbourhoods of Little Burgundy, Saint-Henri, Notre-Dame-de-Grâce and Lachine. Lionel-Groulx (Lionel-Groulx (Montreal Metro)) and Place-Saint-Henri (Place-Saint-Henri (Montreal Metro)) metro stations are located on St. Jacques in the Sud-Ouest (Le Sud-Ouest) borough; to the west, it gives access to Autoroute 20 (Quebec Autoroute 20) in Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, where it passes through a largely industrial and large-surface commercial district at the top of the Falaise Saint-Jacques. The McGill University Health Centre superhospital will front Saint-Jacques in Notre-Dame-de-Grâce. Federal and provincial politics The Town of Montreal West shares a federal riding with the Montreal neighbourhoods (List of neighbourhoods in Montreal) of Notre-Dame-de-Grâce and Lachine (Lachine, Quebec). The riding is known as Notre-Dame-de-Grâce—Lachine and its Member of Parliament (Member of Parliament#Canada) is New Democrat (New Democratic Party) Isabelle Morin. Used by both Quebec-born and outside English-speakers, acronyms with the letters pronounced in English, not French, rather than the full name for Quebec institutions and some areas on Montreal Island are common, particularly where the English-language names either are or, historically, were official. For instance, '''SQ''' -- Sûreté du Québec (pre-Bill 101: '''QPP''' -- ''Quebec Provincial Police'', as it once was); '''NDG''' -- Notre-Dame-de-Grâce; '''DDO''' -- Dollard-des-Ormeaux; '''TMR''' -- Town of Mount Royal (Mount Royal, Quebec), the bilingual town's official English name. Marymount Academy is a paragon of Canadian multiculturalism (multiculturalism). Marymount's diverse environment is composed of students from many ethnic groups and religions. The location of the school in the middle of two neighbourhoods attracts students from the culturally rich areas of Notre-Dame-de-Grâce and Côte-des-Neiges. This further establishes the IBO areas of interaction stimulating open minds and diverse thinking; representative of the school's environment. Early life Martin was born in East York, Ontario (now part of the city of Toronto). His father used to play saxophone in Montreal subway stations to help pay for his baseball training. Along with playing baseball in the Montreal neighborhood of Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, Martin played hockey for N.D.G Minor Hockey, where glimpses of his future all-star athleticism could be seen. He graduated from Polyvalente Édouard-Montpetit High School, which was the same high school attended by former teammate Éric Gagné. After graduating from high school, Martin took a junior college scholarship at Chipola College in Marianna, Florida. By 2003, Mike Taylor began to court the owner of the remaining location on Monkland Avenue (Monkland Avenue (Montreal)) in Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, district of the Montreal borough (Boroughs of Montreal) of Côte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce. During 2004, he gained majority control over the location and began a renovation of the Avenue Video Monkland location during the summer of 2005. The main offices of the board are at 6000, Fielding Avenue in the Notre-Dame-de-Grâce district of the borough (boroughs of Montreal) of Côte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce. The building was formerly occupied by the Protestant School Board of Greater Montreal (PSBGM). caption Shaare Zedek Logo location Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, Montreal, Quebec, Canada geo '''Shaare Zedek Congregation ''' is a Conservative Jewish (Conservative Judaism) synagogue located in the residential district of Notre-Dame-de-Grâce in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.


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in the west end of Montreal, where the School remains to this day on what is commonly referred to as the Loyola Campus of Concordia University (Concordia University (Montreal)). Map of Loyola Campus provided by Concordia University - http: buildings.concordia.ca loyola He was elected to parliament in the 1953 election (Canadian federal election, 1953) as a Progressive Conservative (Progressive Conservative Party of Canada) for the riding of Notre-Dame-de-Grâce

b. 1932 first elected in 1965 as Liberal (Liberal Party of Canada) member for Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, Quebec. * Benjamin Graydon Allmark b. 1911 first elected in 1958 as Progressive Conservative (Progressive Conservative Party of Canada) member for Kingston (Kingston (electoral district)), Ontario. * Sarkis Assadourian b. 1948 first elected in 1993 as Liberal (Liberal Party of Canada) member for Don Valley North, Ontario. * Edmund Tobin Asselin b. 1920

first elected in 1962 as Liberal (Liberal Party of Canada) member for Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, Quebec. * Gérard Asselin b. 1950 first elected in 1993 as Bloc Québécois member for Charlevoix (Charlevoix (electoral district)), Quebec. * John Borden Hamilton b. 1913 first elected in 1954 as Progressive Conservative (Progressive Conservative Party of Canada) member for York West, Ontario. * William McLean Hamilton b. 1919 first elected in 1953 as Progressive


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The funny thing is, Baruchel is only a quarter Jewish... His background is also French and Irish-Catholic... He may be hard to identify ethnically... he has said that he is "probably agnostic". ref name "ref081">


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in the west end of Montreal, where the School remains to this day on what is commonly referred to as the Loyola Campus of Concordia University (Concordia University (Montreal)). Map of Loyola Campus provided by Concordia University - http: buildings.concordia.ca loyola He was elected to parliament in the 1953 election (Canadian federal election, 1953) as a Progressive Conservative (Progressive Conservative Party of Canada) for the riding of Notre-Dame-de-Grâce

. In his maiden speech to Parliament in November he accused the very conservative Liberal (Liberal Party of Canada) government led by Louis St. Laurent of being socialists. His criticisms were based on the government being corporatistic and taking an interest in private business activities. * William Henry Allison b. 1838 first elected in 1878 as Conservative (Conservative Party of Canada (historical)) member for Hants (Hants (electoral district)), Nova Scotia. * Warren Allmand

b. 1932 first elected in 1965 as Liberal (Liberal Party of Canada) member for Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, Quebec. * Benjamin Graydon Allmark b. 1911 first elected in 1958 as Progressive Conservative (Progressive Conservative Party of Canada) member for Kingston (Kingston (electoral district)), Ontario. * Sarkis Assadourian b. 1948 first elected in 1993 as Liberal (Liberal Party of Canada) member for Don Valley North, Ontario. * Edmund Tobin Asselin b. 1920


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of the province's colonial era. Thus, NDG has many avenues running north-south, but far fewer running east-west. As such, the community is characterized by several prominent boulevards where commercial activity is concentrated. This design element also traces its history back to the earliest urban design planning native to Canada. NDG is almost exclusively residential and institutional in nature, defined in part by major Anglophone (English language) civic institutions anchoring its eastern and western

and Black communities shifting away from their traditional neighbourhoods (Griffintown and Little Burgundy respectively) and taking a more prominent position within the demographics of the area. Today NDG is a cosmopolitan mixed income urban neighbourhood highly sought after by young professionals. The multitude of services, including parks and other green spaces, schools, clinics and major institutions, make it an ideal neighbourhood to raise a family close to the centre of the city

prominent members of the Décarie family; possibly specifically Jérémie-Louis Décarie, who was born in NDG * Girouard: One of several prominent Quebec figures listed here - Girouard * Hingston: William Hales Hingston, a Canadian senator & Mayor of Montreal * Marcil: Georges Marcil, last mayor of NDG before its annexation into the city of Montreal. * Monkland: James Monk, former Chief Justice of Lower Canada; landowner * Notre-dame-de-Grâce: NDG&nbsp;— the community in which


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period (i.e. long, rectangular city blocks running perpendicular to a river or ridge). It is a predominantly residential neighbourhood with considerable appeal to a wide variety of Montrealers, owing principally to its local cultural cachet, proximity to the urban core of the city, and wide variety of commercial and public services. NDG is a community of communities, as there are several somewhat distinct neighbourhoods within it. Officially the community is divided into an eastern and western

Notre-Dame-de-Grâce

'''Notre-Dame-de-Grâce''' ( ), also nicknamed '''NDG''', is a residential neighbourhood of Montreal located in the city's West End. An independent municipality until annexed by the City of Montreal in 1913, NDG is today one half of the borough of Côte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce. It comprises two wards, that of Loyola to the west and Notre-Dame-de-Grace to the east. NDG is bordered by four independent enclaves; its eastern border is shared with the city of Westmount, Quebec (Westmount), whereas to the north and west it is bordered by the towns of Montreal West (Montreal West, Quebec), Hampstead (Hampstead, Quebec) and Cote St. Luc (Côte-Saint-Luc). In 2013, it had a population of 66,495. NDG plays a pivotal role in serving as the commercial and cultural hub for Montreal's predominantly Anglophone West End, with Sherbrooke Street West running the length of the community and providing the principal commercial artery. The community is roughly bounded by Grey Avenue and the Decarie Expressway to the east, Chemin-de-la-Cote-St-Luc (Côte-Saint-Luc Road) to the north, Connaught Avenue in the west and highway 20 and the Falaise-St-Jacques (Saint-Jacques Escarpment) to the south.

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