Sainte-Thècle, Quebec

What is Sainte-Thècle, Quebec known for?


exceptional

in the Mékinac Regional County Municipality, in the watershed Batiscanie (Batiscanie, Quebec) and in the administrative region of Mauricie. This municipality of 216 square km is particularly known for its resorts around the 55 lakes that dot the area. The forest and mountain scenery offer exceptional views for tourists and vacationers. Sainte-Thècle is also a paradise for hunting, fishing, snowmobile all-terrain vehicles and other outdoor sports. The church, rectory and cemetery


promotion

%A9kinac_Regional_County_Municipality * Promotion Sainte-Thècle: * Missionary Paul Le Jeune who is associated to a few related geographic names in Sainte-Thècle: Lake Jesuit


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) * Second appendix " ''Annexe au Répertoire des mariages de Sainte-Thècle (1974 à 2004)'' (Second ''Appendix to the Directory of the marriages of Sainte-Thècle (1974-2004))''", published in French in 2005, 52 pages. Authors: Yolande Saint-Amand and André B Veillette. 3. "''Obituaire - Lac-aux-Chicots-Sainte-Thècle de 1870 à 1975'' (''Obituary Lac-aux-Chicots-Sainte-Thècle from 1870 to 1975'')", edited in French by "Éditions du bien public", published in 1976. Authors

: Geneviève Leblanc and Marie-Ange B. Plamondon. 152 pages. (Edition sold out). * First appendix entitled "''Obituary Lac-aux-Chicots-Sainte-Thècle from 1975 to 1979''", Edited in French by "Éditions du bien public", p. 153 - 176, published in 1980, by Geneviève Leblanc and Marie-Ange B. Plamondon. This appendix contains in particular the data of the census of 1895 written by the priest Michel E. Jannelle. (Edition sold out). * The second appendix entitled "

;''Obituary Lac-aux-Chicots-Sainte-Thècle from 1975 to 2003''", p. 170 - 289, Edited in French. (Edition sold out) 4. Monograph of Sainte-Thècle Centenary entitled "''Une ville du Nord, Saint-Thècle - Cent ans d'histoire''" (''A city of the North, Sainte-Thècle, Hundred years of history) - 1874-1974''", Edited by "Éditions du bien public", 229 pages, published in French in March, 1974 during the festivities of the Centenary of Sainte-Thècle. Text: Dr Jean-René


skills

is a supramunicipale organization for the territory which includes all the municipalities of the RCM of Mékinac (Mékinac Regional County Municipality) area. The powers of RMC lean at the same time on statutory compulsory skills and on additional skills according to the will of the municipalities of its territory for common services. * June 7, 1989: merger between the "municipality of the parish" and that of the village of Sainte-Thècle in order to form the "municipality of Sainte-Thècle


published

". Chronicles on the history of Sainte-Thècle, appeared in French from 1973 till 1982 in the weekly newspaper "Dynamique" (published in Saint-Tite), written by René Veillette and Gaétan Veillette. School chronology * 1878: creation of the first "Sainte-Thècle school board" (Commission scolaire de Sainte-Thècle). The first meeting of the school board was held on March 4, 1878 in Théophile Magnan's residence. * 1915: Separation of the territory

;. Coat of arms of Sainte-Thècle Since the mid-20th century, the town of Sainte-Thècle uses this blazon trifecta that comes from the College of Arms of Canada. Its original interpretation was tinged with the spirit of Christianity. This blazon was published on April 14, 1958, in the regional newspaper "Le Nouvelliste" (published in Trois-Rivières (Trois-Rivières, Quebec), QC). On January 17, 1973, René Veillette summarized the original interpretation in a column on the history

of Sainte-Thècle, in the journal “Le Dynamique” (published in Saint-Tite (Saint-Tite, Quebec), QC). This interpretation has been actualized by the historian Gaétan Veillette in 2012. The golden triangle in the upper part of the shield symbolizes the saints and heroes of the history, whose example inspired morality and customs. Widely used in heraldic domain, the golden color means brightness, righteousness, faith, strength and constancy. At the center of the first trifecta, the heart means


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census class "wikitable" border "1" ! Year !! Population !! Variation (%) !! Median age - 2011 - Private dwellings occupied by usual


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Marchand . Documentation: Charles Magnan. Associates: Michelle Trépanier and Father Étienne Morin, o.p. 5. Book "''Sainte-Thècle - Comté de Champlain''" (''Sainte-Thècle - County of Champlain''), containing the censuses of 1886, 1891, 1895, on 1896 and 1897 of Sainte-Thècle. Published in French in Trois-Rivières (Three Rivers) in 1987. 320 pages. Compiled by Brigitte Hamel, S.C.O. 6. "''Des semailles aux glanures : répertoire des objets anciens de Ste-Thècle''"

; (''Sowings to glanures: directory of the antiques of Ste-Thècle''). Texts writer, Odette St-Amand; supervised by Armande Rompré-St-Amand. Published in French by the "Sociocultural Committee of Ste-Thècle" (Comité socio-culturel de Sainte-Thècle), 1984, Arquienne printing office. 7. Book "''Sainte-Thècle - Le temps d'une vie mémorable ... pendant un quart de siècle - 1935 à 1960''" (''Time for a memorable life ... for a quarter of a century - from 1935 to 1960''). Author: Fernand


exceptional views

in the Mékinac Regional County Municipality, in the watershed Batiscanie (Batiscanie, Quebec) and in the administrative region of Mauricie. This municipality of 216 square km is particularly known for its resorts around the 55 lakes that dot the area. The forest and mountain scenery offer exceptional views for tourists and vacationers. Sainte-Thècle is also a paradise for hunting, fishing, snowmobile all-terrain vehicles and other outdoor sports. The church, rectory and cemetery


original interpretation

;. Coat of arms of Sainte-Thècle Since the mid-20th century, the town of Sainte-Thècle uses this blazon trifecta that comes from the College of Arms of Canada. Its original interpretation was tinged with the spirit of Christianity. This blazon was published on April 14, 1958, in the regional newspaper "Le Nouvelliste" (published in Trois-Rivières (Trois-Rivières, Quebec), QC). On January 17, 1973, René Veillette summarized the original interpretation in a column on the history


dedication

kindness and dedication, recalling the life and accomplishment of Thècle, parish patron. Crown affixed over the heart evokes her sanctification. The second trifecta, colored in blue azure, symbolizes purity. The fir tree represents the timber industry that dominated the local economy with agriculture throughout history. This fir tree is planted on a hill, which indicates the highest point of the village, the site of the church. In the third trifecta, at the right of the shield, bees embody

Sainte-Thècle, Quebec

'''Sainte-Thècle''' is a Canadian municipality located in the province of Quebec in the Mékinac Regional County Municipality, in the watershed Batiscanie (Batiscanie, Quebec) and in the administrative region of Mauricie. This municipality of 216 square km is particularly known for its resorts around the 55 lakes that dot the area. The forest and mountain scenery offer exceptional views for tourists and vacationers. Sainte-Thècle is also a paradise for hunting, fishing, snowmobile all-terrain vehicles and other outdoor sports. The church, rectory and cemetery, located on the dominant hill of the village is a heritage of great interest. The agricultural and forestry industries have marked its history.

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