Amos, Quebec

What is Amos, Quebec known for?


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the September 2014 passing of Ulrick Chérubin, one of the first black (Black Canadian) mayors in the province of Quebec. A mayoral by-election is slated for February 15, 2015, in which the candidates are Blanchet, city councillor Sébastien d'Astous and former mayor André Brunet. "André Brunet, ancien maire d'Amos, s'ajoute dans la course à la mairie&quot

;. Radio-Canada, January 13, 2015. In the National Assembly of Quebec, Amos is within the electoral district (electoral district (Canada)) of Abitibi-Ouest (Abitibi-Ouest (electoral district)), represented by Parti Québécois MNA François Gendron. In the Canadian House of Commons, the city is in the Abitibi—Témiscamingue district, represented by NDP (New Democratic Party of Canada) MP Christine Moore (Christine Moore (politician)). Amos is the seat


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, Quebec City Sainte-Foy Club de curling Etchemin, Saint-Romuald DATE OF BIRTH January 19, 1976 PLACE OF BIRTH Amos (Amos, Quebec), Quebec DATE OF DEATH birth_date '''Martin Lemay''' (born March 19, 1964 in Amos, Quebec) is a politician in Quebec, Canada. He is the Parti Québécois (PQ) Member of the National Assembly (MNA) for Sainte-Marie–Saint-Jacques in the National Assembly of Quebec.


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Canadians. The British government urged Canada not to act indiscriminately against subject nationalities of the Austro-Hungarian Empire who were in fact friendly to the British Empire. Luciuk 2006, p 50. However, Ottawa took a hard line. These enemy-born citizens were treated as social pariahs, and many lost their employment. Under the 1914 War Measures Act, "aliens of enemy nationality" were compelled to register with authorities. About 70,000 Ukrainians from


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Canadians. The British government urged Canada not to act indiscriminately against subject nationalities of the Austro-Hungarian Empire who were in fact friendly to the British Empire. Luciuk 2006, p 50. However, Ottawa took a hard line. These enemy-born citizens were treated as social pariahs, and many lost their employment. Under the 1914 War Measures Act, "aliens of enemy nationality" were compelled to register with authorities. About 70,000 Ukrainians from Austro-Hungary (Austria-Hungary) fell under this description. 8,579 males and some women and children were interned by the Canadian Government (Government of Canada), including 5,954 Austro-Hungarians (Austria-Hungary), most of whom were probably ethnic Ukrainians. Kordan 2002, pp 16–51. Most of the interned were poor or unemployed single men, although 81 women and 156 children (mainly Germans in Vernon and Ukrainians at Spirit Lake) had no choice but to accompany their menfolk to two of the camps, in Spirit Lake, near Amos, Quebec, and Vernon, British Columbia. Some of the internees were Canadian-born and others were naturalized British subjects, '''Martin Lemay''' (born March 19, 1964 in Amos, Quebec) is a politician in Quebec, Canada. He is the Parti Québécois (PQ) Member of the National Assembly (MNA) for Sainte-Marie–Saint-Jacques in the National Assembly of Quebec.


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Abitibi-Témiscamingue - - YEY CYEY Amos Magny Airport Amos, Quebec, Canada - class "sortbottom" - CBFX-FM-3 (CBFX-FM) 00 88.3 FM Amos (Amos, Quebec) Espace musique public (public broadcasting) music (French (French language)) - - CHLM-FM-1 (CHLM-FM) 00 91.5 FM Amos (Amos, Quebec) Première Chaîne


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resources are spring water, gold and wood products, including paper. In 2012, Quebec Lithium Corp. re-opened Canada's first lithium mine, which had operated as an underground mine from 1955–65. They are planning to carve an open pit mine over pegmatite dikes. (The pegmatite is about 1% lithium carbonate.) The mine is about '''Martin Lemay''' (born March 19, 1964 in Amos, Quebec) is a politician in Quebec, Canada. He is the Parti Québécois (PQ) Member of the National Assembly (MNA) for Sainte-Marie–Saint-Jacques in the National Assembly of Quebec.


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'''Martin Lemay''' (born March 19, 1964 in Amos, Quebec) is a politician in Quebec, Canada. He is the Parti Québécois (PQ) Member of the National Assembly (MNA) for Sainte-Marie–Saint-Jacques in the National Assembly of Quebec.


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public (Public broadcasting) news talk (talk radio) (French (French language)) - - CHOA-FM-1 (CHOA-FM) 0 103.5 FM Amos (Amos, Quebec) RNC Media adult contemporary (French (French language)) - - CHGO-FM 0 104.3 FM Amos (Amos, Quebec) RNC Media modern rock (French (French language)) - - CHOW-FM span style


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Ville d'Amos

Amos, Quebec

'''Amos''' is a town (town (Quebec)) in northwestern Quebec, Canada, on the Harricana River. It is the seat of Abitibi Regional County Municipality.

Amos is the main town on the Harricana River, and the smallest of the three primary towns — after Rouyn-Noranda and Val-d'Or — in the Abitibi-Témiscamingue region of Quebec. Its main resources are spring water, gold and wood products, including paper. In 2012, Quebec Lithium Corp. re-opened Canada's first lithium mine, which had operated as an underground mine from 1955–65. They are planning to carve an open pit mine over pegmatite dikes. (The pegmatite is about 1% lithium carbonate.) The mine is about km west of Barraute (Barraute, Quebec). It is in the northeast corner of La Corne (La Corne, Quebec) Township. Access to the mine is via paved road from Val d'Or. url http: www.canadalithium.com s QuebecLithium.asp accessdate 2013-03-07 title Quebec Lithium publisher Canada Lithium Corp.

The smaller communities of Lac-Gauvin and Saint-Maurice-de-Dalquier are also within the municipal boundaries of Amos.

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