Pointe-Claire

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water treatment

-Claire Yacht Club . The Pointe-Claire Water Treatment Plant distributes an average of 65,000 m 3 of potable water per day to a population of 87,248 people and approximately 1000 business and commercial users spread out in the city of Pointe-Claire, Beaconsfield, Baie-D'Urfé, Kirkland, Dollard-des-Ormeaux, Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue and Senneville. Pointe-Claire Water Treatment Plant Transportation


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stretch of the highway in Pointe-Claire (from roughly St. John's Boulevard near Fairview Pointe-Claire Shopping Centre to St. Charles Boulevard) was used during the 1976 Summer Olympics for the men's road team time trial cycling (Cycling at the 1976 Summer Olympics) race. 1976 Summer Olympics official report. Volume 2. pp. 156-8. Geography The borough was located in the northeastern part of the West Island. It was bounded to the north by Pierrefonds—Senneville, to the southeast by Saint-Laurent (Saint-Laurent, Quebec), to the south by Dorval—L'Île-Dorval, to the southwest by Pointe-Claire, and to the west by Kirkland (Kirkland, Quebec). History '''PCHS''' began as an academic and vocational high school for both English and French speaking Catholic students to accommodate West Island population expansion at the beginning of the 1970s. Prior to its opening in 1971, other established schools like Saint Thomas High School (St. Thomas High School (Quebec)), located in Pointe-Claire, Quebec, were doubling their enrolment to help the community cope. Originally conceived under the proposed name of '''Villa Nova''', it opened as '''Polyvalente de Pierrefonds Comprehensive High School''', to better reflect its multi-disciplined approach. In 1977 it ceded half its population when French speaking students moved to the new ''Polyvalente des Sources'' high school, located nearby. PCHS remained a Catholic school until 1998, when Quebec's Catholic and Protestant school boards were replaced with a secular, lingustically based system. He remained in Montreal until his death in 1849. He was originally buried at the Papineau military cemetery in Montreal. However, the graves had to be moved because they were in the way of building a new access ramp to the Jacques-Cartier bridge. Sir Benjamin d'Urban's remains now rest at the Last Post Fund National Field of Honour, a military cemetery owned by the Last Post Fund in Pointe-Claire where there is an obelisk to his memory


leading role

of the United Kingdom in the 1860s and 1870s and close confidant of Queen Victoria. It is part of Greater Montreal locally referred to as the West Island. Dhavernas portrayed swimmer Marilyn Bell in the made-for-television movie ''Heart: The Marilyn Bell Story'' (1999). She trained for 2 months with the Pointe-Claire Swim Club to convincingly portray Marilyn Bell who was the first to cross 32-mile Lake Ontario in 1954. Other notable films have included a leading

role in ''Edge of Madness'' (2002), and supporting roles in ''Out Cold (Out Cold (2001 film))'' (2001) and ''Lost and Delirious'' (2001). She also had a notable role on ''Law & Order'' as a closeted, gay teenager who killed her girlfriend in the episode "Girl Most Likely" (12x17). Montréal (Montréal (territory equivalent to a regional county municipality)) '''Montreal''' (V), '''Westmount (Westmount, Quebec)''' (V), Montréal-Ouest, Quebec


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Pointe-Claire


summer home

birth_place Pointe-Claire, QC (Quebec), CAN (Canada) draft 15th overall DATE OF BIRTH December 22, 1953 PLACE OF BIRTH Pointe-Claire, QC (Quebec), CAN (Canada) DATE OF DEATH '''Patricia Noall''' (born June 2, 1970 in Pointe-Claire, Quebec) is a former international freestyle (Freestyle swimming) swimmer from Canada, who competed for her native country at the 1988 Summer Olympics (Swimming at the 1988 Summer Olympics) in Seoul, South Korea.


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playgrounds, 19 soccer pitches, 7 outdoor swimming pools, 24 tennis courts, 10 outdoor skating rinks, and five shoreline areas. Large green spaces include: * The public Terra-Cotta Natural Park which is a natural green space of 39 hectares, with six kilometers of paths. From 1912 to 1962, a clay deposit on the site


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, there are four plaques: a memorial plaque from the officers of the British Army serving in Canada, a second memorial plaque donated by the City of Durban (Durban, South Africa), one explaining the exhumation and reburial by the Last Post Fund, and one explaining the reburial of the other remains in D'Urban Circle. Pine Beach (Pine Beach (AMT)) STM (Société de transport de Montréal) 204, 211, 221(MB), 354, 356. td

Valois (Valois (AMT)) Pointe-Claire STM (Société de transport de Montréal) 203, 204, 356. Pointe-Claire (Pointe-Claire (AMT)) STM (Société de transport de Montréal) 203, 211, 221(MB), 354. Suttles represented Canada at the Junior World Chess Championship, Barcelona 1965, but was drawn into a strong preliminary group which


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, there are four plaques: a memorial plaque from the officers of the British Army serving in Canada, a second memorial plaque donated by the City of Durban (Durban, South Africa), one explaining the exhumation and reburial by the Last Post Fund, and one explaining the reburial of the other remains in D'Urban Circle. Pine Beach (Pine Beach (AMT)) STM (Société de transport de Montréal) 204, 211, 221(MB), 354, 356. td

Valois (Valois (AMT)) Pointe-Claire STM (Société de transport de Montréal) 203, 204, 356. Pointe-Claire (Pointe-Claire (AMT)) STM (Société de transport de Montréal) 203, 211, 221(MB), 354. Suttles represented Canada at the Junior World Chess Championship, Barcelona 1965, but was drawn into a strong preliminary group which


supporting roles

role in ''Edge of Madness'' (2002), and supporting roles in ''Out Cold (Out Cold (2001 film))'' (2001) and ''Lost and Delirious'' (2001). She also had a notable role on ''Law & Order'' as a closeted, gay teenager who killed her girlfriend in the episode "Girl Most Likely" (12x17). Montréal (Montréal (territory equivalent to a regional county municipality)) '''Montreal''' (V), '''Westmount (Westmount, Quebec)''' (V), Montréal-Ouest, Quebec


natural green

playgrounds, 19 soccer pitches, 7 outdoor swimming pools, 24 tennis courts, 10 outdoor skating rinks, and five shoreline areas. birth_place Pointe-Claire, QC (Quebec), CAN (Canada) draft 15th overall DATE OF BIRTH December 22, 1953 PLACE OF BIRTH Pointe-Claire, QC (Quebec), CAN (Canada) DATE OF DEATH '''Patricia Noall''' (born June 2, 1970 in Pointe-Claire, Quebec) is a former international freestyle (Freestyle swimming) swimmer from Canada, who competed for her native country at the 1988 Summer Olympics (Swimming at the 1988 Summer Olympics) in Seoul, South Korea.

Pointe-Claire

'''Pointe-Claire''' is an on-island suburb (Greater Montreal) of Montreal in Quebec, Canada. Pointe-Claire is largely residential in character, but is also the site of a lot of economic activity, such as retail activity, light manufacturing, various corporate offices, and a hospital. The symbol of the town is the Pointe-Claire Windmill.

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