Saint-Hubert, Quebec

What is Saint-Hubert, Quebec known for?


fact history

(Quebec) Paul Rose and the kidnappers of Pierre Laporte were located in a country farmhouse basement in Saint-Luc, Quebec. They were put on trial and three were convicted for kidnapping and murder while Jacques Rose was convicted of being an accessory after the fact. History RTL was officially inaugurated on July 1, 1974 as ''Commission de transport de la Rive Sud de Montréal'' (''CTRSM''), replacing the former privately-owned company ''Chambly Transport''. It served the former communities of Boucherville, Brossard, Greenfield Park (Greenfield Park, Quebec), Longueuil, LeMoyne (LeMoyne, Quebec), Saint-Hubert (Saint-Hubert, Quebec), Saint-Lambert (Saint-Lambert, Quebec) and Notre-Dame-du-Sacré-Cœur (Notre-Dame-du-Sacré-Cœur, Quebec) (later annexed to Brossard in 1978). Between 1985 and 2002 it was named Société de transport de la Rive-Sud de Montréal (STRSM) (See official website). Following the municipal mergers (municipal reorganization in Quebec) in 2002, the name officially changed to Société de transport de Longueuil.


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station , next to which stands the headquarters of the Canadian Space Agency. ;Rail Saint-Hubert is served by the Saint-Hubert (Saint-Hubert (AMT)) commuter rail station on the Agence métropolitaine de transport's (Agence métropolitaine de transport) Mont-Saint-Hilaire Line (Mont-Saint-Hilaire Line (AMT)). ;Important roads * Grande-Allée * Taschereau Boulevard * Cousineau Boulevard * Chemin Chambly * Payer Boulevard * Mountainview Boulevard * Kimber Maricourt Boulevards


history founder

in Bécancour (Bécancour, Quebec) terminus_b Bécancour, Quebec West Brossard La Prairie (La Prairie, Quebec) Northwest Saint-Hubert (Saint-Hubert, Quebec) (Longueuil) image 13. St. Hubert (Montreal) (Saint-Hubert, Quebec), Quebec (Harvard and Anson) — currently Montréal St-Hubert Airport History Founder Peter Kivetos, a native of Greece


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(originally known as Ireland Street). ;Croydon Croydon, or St. Lambert Annex, was a large neighbourhood located along Montée Saint-Hubert from Grande Allée to Boulevard de Maricourt at the railroad tracks. Along the railroad tracks, it stretched from Montée Saint-Hubert to Rue Donat, while its borders became smaller closer to Grande Alleé. It was an English-speaking working-class area.


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footnote Statistics Canada: 1996 (Canada 1996 Census), 2001 (Canada 2001 Census), 2006 (Canada 2006 Census), 2011 (Canada 2011 Census) census 1901 963 1911 952 1921 2225 1931 1981 1941


croydon

(originally known as Ireland Street). ;Croydon Croydon, or St. Lambert Annex, was a large neighbourhood located along Montée Saint-Hubert from Grande Allée to Boulevard de Maricourt at the railroad tracks. Along the railroad tracks, it stretched from Montée Saint-Hubert to Rue Donat, while its borders became smaller closer to Grande Alleé. It was an English-speaking working-class area.


Gatineau

401) is named after Cartier and fellow Father of Confederation John A. Macdonald, as are Ottawa's Macdonald-Cartier International Airport (Ottawa Macdonald-Cartier International Airport) and the Macdonald-Cartier Bridge, linking Ottawa, Ontario with Gatineau, Quebec. The former Macdonald-Cartier High School of Saint-Hubert (Saint-Hubert, Quebec), Quebec, was named after John A. Macdonald and Cartier, which has merged and became Heritage Regional High School

, which has been applied to high schools in Ottawa, Sudbury (Greater Sudbury) and Saint-Hubert (Saint-Hubert, Quebec), the Ottawa Macdonald-Cartier International Airport and the Macdonald-Cartier Bridge linking Ottawa with Gatineau (Gatineau, Quebec). "Macdonald-Cartier Freeway" was also the historical name of Highway 401 (Highway 401 (Ontario)). The parish Sainte-Famille de Boucherville ceded portions of its territory to Saint-Hubert (Saint-Hubert, Quebec) in 1877


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cultural portrait

their ancestry to the United Kingdom, roughly half of that number live in the town today. Ethno-Cultural Portrait of Canada. Merger with Longueuil Greenfield Park was a town until January 1, 2002, when it along with several other suburbs on South Shore (Montreal


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: lejournaldesainthubert.canoe.ca webapp sitepages content.asp?contentid 139399&id 2545 title Les quartiers de Saint-Hubert (partie 2) publisher Le Journal de Saint-Hubert accessdate 2010-05-17 Brentwood was considered a "summer hideaway" by many Montrealers. It had no streets, electricity or telephone service. A small "hut-like" train station was located next to the railroad tracks and provided service to Montreal via the Montreal and Southern Counties Railway

Saint-Hubert, Quebec

'''Saint-Hubert''' ( ) is a borough (Boroughs of Longueuil) in the city of Longueuil (Longueuil, Quebec), located in the Montérégie region (Montérégie) of Quebec, Canada. It had been a separate city prior to January 1, 2002, when it along with several other neighbouring south shore (South Shore (Montreal)) municipalities were merged into Longueuil. According to the Quebec Statistics Institute, Saint-Hubert had 78,336 in 2006. The area of the borough is 65.98 km². Longueuil's city hall is now located in Saint-Hubert. Saint-Hubert is located about 14 kilometers (almost 9 miles) from downtown Montreal.

The borough has a wide array of commercial, industrial and agricultural enterprises. The aerospace industry is arguably the most important of these enterprises. Pratt & Whitney Canada designs and manufactures jet engines at a plant near Saint-Hubert Airport (Montréal St-Hubert Airport). The Canadian Space Agency has its head office in the borough. The École nationale d'aérotechnique, a school that teaches aeronautics is located in the borough and operated by Collège Édouard-Montpetit.

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