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Gatineau

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Aylmer, Quebec

subdivision_name subdivision_type2 Region (List of regions of Canada) subdivision_name2 Outaouais (Outaouais (region)) subdivision_type3 RCM (List of regional county municipalities and equivalent territories in Quebec) subdivision_name3 Gatineau government_type established_title Incorporated established_date July 1, 1855 established_title1

'''Aylmer''' is a former city in Quebec, Canada. It became a sector of the City of Gatineau on January 1, 2002. Located on the Ottawa River and Route 148 (Quebec Route 148) it is a part of the National Capital Region (National Capital Region (Canada)). The population in 2011


Renfrew, Ontario

, Ontario Hawkesbury , and Rigaud (Rigaud, Quebec). More than half of the Ottawa Valley is now wilderness. Renfrew (Renfrew, Ontario) County, located in the heart of the Ottawa Valley, is the largest county in Ontario. (''outside of "districts", administrative regions in Northern Ontario''). There are over 900 lakes and four major river systems in the Ottawa Valley. Ottawa itself is at the confluence of three rivers. These are the Ottawa, Gatineau and Rideau rivers

. Settling near Renfrew, Ontario, his father worked as a miner and the family lived in a log cabin. ::I'm sorry but Gatineau IS part of the Canada's Capital city. Yes, they have different laws and etc... but their economy are linked TIGHT. This is not really about laws... The different laws is not something that we should be concerned of. Ottawa and Gatineau's economy work together, and when Ottawa makes a big project, it has influence on Gatineau, and it goes both ways! With the new

Rapibus coming up, the impact on Ottawa is going to be HUMUNGOUS. Rapibus also made it very clear that links were tight, because for a while, it was thought that instead of moving tracks to lay a road for the Rapibus, they should use a LRT on the existing tracks. All that to say that Ottawa and Gatineau is linked, by economy, tourism (Civilizations Museum, Casino du Lac Leamy..), and it should be under the same Wikiproject IMO. -- User:Deenoe Deenoe


Trois-Rivières

of Quebec: the metropolis (city) of Montreal and the capital (Capital (political)) of Quebec City. It does, however, remain one of the principal medium-sized cities of Quebec, along with Saguenay (Saguenay, Quebec), Sherbrooke and Gatineau. Municipal reorganization On January 1, 2002, the former city of Trois-Rivières along with its neighbouring towns of Cap-de-la-Madeleine (Cap-de-la-Madeleine, Quebec), Sainte-Marthe-du-Cap (Sainte-Marthe-du-Cap, Quebec), Saint

vallée'') is the second-most predominant form of Quebec French, after the Quebec City dialect. It is spoken all over the southern part of St. Lawrence valley, including Montreal and Trois-Rivières, as well as the Western area going from Gatineau to as far as Rouyn-Noranda. Basic distinctions include the pronunciation of unstressed "''ai''", as opposed to stressed "''è''" of the Metropolitan French. For example, the word

-Rivières Francheville (Francheville (census division)) 129,100 Mauricie - '''Internal migration:''' Between 2001 and 2006 there was a net influx of 5,205 people (equivalent to 2% of the total 2001 population) who moved to Gatineau from outside of the Ottawa - Gatineau area. There was also a net outmigration of 630 anglophones (equivalent to 2% of the 2001 anglophone population). Overall there was a net influx of 1,100 people from Quebec City, 1,060 from Montreal, 545 from


Saguenay, Quebec

; '''Internal migration:''' Between 2001 and 2006 there was a net outmigration of 4,745 people (equivalent to 3% of the total 2001 population) which included a net outmigration of 170 anglophones (equivalent to 15% of the 2001 anglophone population). Overall there was a net outmigration of 2,530 people to Montreal, 1,570 to Quebec, 545 to Gatineau, 285 to Sherbrooke, and 105 to Trois-Rivières.

Grenville-sur-la-Rouge are divided into ''arrondissements'', called boroughs in English. - Saguenay (Saguenay, Quebec) Le Saguenay-et-son-Fjord 143,692 Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean - '''Internal migration:''' Between 2001 and 2006 there was a net influx of 5,205 people (equivalent to 2% of the total 2001 population) who moved to Gatineau from outside of the Ottawa - Gatineau area. There was also a net outmigration of 630 anglophones (equivalent to 2% of the 2001

anglophone population). Overall there was a net influx of 1,100 people from Quebec City, 1,060 from Montreal, 545 from Saguenay (Saguenay, Quebec), 315 from Toronto, 240 from Trois-Rivières, 225 from Kingston (Kingston, Ontario), and 180 from Sudbury (Greater Sudbury).


Bells Corners

. 2012. 5050136.01, Ontario (Code 5050136.01) and Ottawa - Gatineau, Ontario (Code 505) (table). Census Profile. 2011 Census. Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 98-316-XWE. Ottawa. Released February 8, 2012. url http: www12.statcan.ca census-recensement 2011 dp-pd prof index.cfm?Lang E publisher Statistics Canada accessdate 15 March 2012

Store * Hugh Bell (Hugh Bell (settler)) - tavern owner * David Hartin - hotel owner * John Foster - farmer, councilman; settled 1832

Including the Cities of Ottawa and Hull Gatineau publisher Bytown.net accessdate 23 August 2011 - tavern owner * Robert Moodie Jr. (Robert Moodie (settler)) - tavern owner, hotel keeper; settled 1850 ref>


Rivière-du-Loup

in Quebec are Radio-Canada (Télévision de Radio-Canada), TVA (TVA (TV network)), V (V (TV network)) and Télé-Québec. All four networks air, with the exception of local advertising and a small amount of local programming, identical schedules throughout Quebec, with the network signals being essentially the output of their Montreal flagships. Local stations affiliated with the networks are located in each of the 10 television markets of Quebec: Montreal, Quebec City, Gatineau

) outside Montreal and Quebec City have dropped all non-network programming and become de facto repeaters of Montreal's V O&O, CFJP-DT. Unlike O&O stations, non-owned affiliates of the V network, such as CFGS-DT in Gatineau, CJPC-TV in Rimouski, CFTF-DT in Rivière-du-Loup and CFVS-DT in Val-d'Or, continue to broadcast local programming. The network affiliate in Rivière-du-Loup also has a rebroadcaster in Edmundston, New Brunswick

, CFTM dominated the network to an even greater extent that Toronto's CFTO-TV (CFTO-DT) dominated CTV, contributing as much of 90% of the network's programming. That was not surprising as Montreal has always been the centre of French-language broadcasting in Canada. *Gatineau - CHOT-DT (RNC Media) *Rivière-du-Loup - CIMT-DT (Télé Inter-Rives) * *Rouyn-Noranda - CFEM-DT (RNC Media) '''Saint-Louis-du-Ha! Ha!''' is a Types


Saint-Hubert, Quebec

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


Sherbrooke

: Atlantic (Cape Breton, Moncton, Prince Edward Island, Halifax, Acadie-Bathurst); Eastern (Rimouski, Chicoutimi, Lewiston, Quebec, Baie-Comeau); and Western (Gatineau, Shawinigan, Rouyn-Noranda, Val-d'Or, Drummondville, Victoriaville). Sherbrooke Castors moved to Maine, becoming the Lewiston (Lewiston, Maine) Maineiacs; Montreal Rocket moved to Charlottetown and took the Prince Edward Island name, Hull Olympiques become Gatineau Olympiques. * 2004–05 QMJHL season 2004

'' Although historically an important center of commerce, trade and population, Trois-Rivières has relinquished much of its earlier importance to the two major cities of Quebec: the metropolis (city) of Montreal and the capital (Capital (political)) of Quebec City. It does, however, remain one of the principal medium-sized cities of Quebec, along with Saguenay (Saguenay, Quebec), Sherbrooke and Gatineau. The town blossomed in the 19th century, due to the influx of United

; ref Vidéotron's cable services are available in the greater areas of Montreal, Quebec City, Gatineau, Sherbrooke, Trois-Rivières and Saguenay (Saguenay, Quebec). Vidéotron also serves areas in eastern Ontario, such as Rockland (Rockland, Ontario) and the surrounding municipality of Clarence-Rockland. rector Luce Samoisette city Sherbrooke and Longueuil state Quebec The '''Université de Sherbrooke''' is a large university in Quebec


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