Saguenay, Quebec

What is Saguenay, Quebec known for?


made controversial

2007, during an interview on a Rouyn-Noranda radio station, Mailloux made controversial comments about the mayor of Saguenay (Saguenay, Quebec), Jean Tremblay, after he read a memoir at the Bouchard-Taylor Commission (Reasonable accommodation#Commission on Reasonable Accommodation) on the reasonable accommodation. In the memoir, Tremblay was in favor of maintaining Catholic traditions like the traditional prayer before each city council meeting and keeping the cross


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, to "return" or "come back" or "go back"; or to "return home") is a short improvised film created with the participation of Roy Dupuis and Sylvain Marcel; it was conceived, directed, and filmed within 48 hours according to impromptu criteria, and then screened during the 11th Festival Regard sur le court métrage au Saguenay, Quebec. For some documentary footage of Dupuis and Leclerc engaged in the filming process, see "Roy Dupuis and Francis Leclerc", ''Flash (Flash (Québécois tv series))'', broadcast 12 February 2007 (video clip; in French), accessed 12 February 2007. In winter 2007, he participated in the improvisational short film directed by Francis Leclerc, entitled ''Revenir (Revenir (film))'' ("Return"), conceived, filmed, and screened during the 11th edition of Festival Regard, a festival of short films, held in Saguenay, Quebec. Dir. Francis Leclerc. Cf. Stéphane Bégin, "Un Record d'assistance pour la 11e édition: 20 000 festivaliers au rendez-vous" ("A Record Attendance for the 11th Edition of Festival Regard : 20,000 festival-goers at the event"), ''Le Quotidien'' (Chicoutimi, Quebec) 12 February 2007, accessed 14 February 2007: ''Revenir'' (literally, to "return" or "come back" or "go back"; or to "return home") is a short improvised film created with the participation of Roy Dupuis and Sylvain Marcel; it was conceived, directed, and filmed within 48 hours according to impromptu criteria, and then screened during the 11th Festival Regard sur le court métrage au Saguenay, Quebec. For some documentary footage of Dupuis and Leclerc engaged in the filming process, see "Roy Dupuis and Francis Leclerc", ''Flash (Flash (Québécois tv series))'', broadcast 12 February 2007 (video clip; in French), accessed 12 February 2007. In March 2009, Corus announced plans to drop the talk radio format on CJRC, CHLT-FM (CKOY-FM) in Sherbrooke, CHLN-FM (CKOB-FM) in Trois-Rivières and CKRS-FM in Saguenay (Saguenay, Quebec), in favour of a classic hits-oldies format branded as ''"Souvenirs Garantis"'', effective on March 28, 2009. Francophone news-talk listeners across much of Quebec will be out of luck at month's end ''Scott Fybush NERW'', 2009-03-09 * Rouyn-Noranda - CHOA (CHOA-FM) * Saguenay (Saguenay, Quebec) - CKYK (CKYK-FM) * Val-d'Or - CHGO (CHGO-FM) The name Saguenay survived in many modern placenames. The modern-day Saguenay region, including the city of Saguenay (Saguenay, Quebec) (Chicoutimi-Jonquière), is on both shores of the Saguenay River in Quebec. As the name of the river, the Kingdom has also become the namesake of Saguenay Herald at the Canadian Heraldic Authority. It is part of the Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean administrative region. Today, the Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean region is sometimes referred to metaphorically as the Kingdom of the Saguenay (''Royaume du Saguenay''), for example in tourist marketing. In September 2007, during an interview on a Rouyn-Noranda radio station, Mailloux made controversial comments about the mayor of Saguenay (Saguenay, Quebec), Jean Tremblay, after he read a memoir at the Bouchard-Taylor Commission (Reasonable accommodation#Commission on Reasonable Accommodation) on the reasonable accommodation. In the memoir, Tremblay was in favor of maintaining Catholic traditions like the traditional prayer before each city council meeting and keeping the cross in Saguenay's city hall. Mailloux also criticized the people of the city, saying its citizens lacked judgement by voting for Tremblay, also explaining the high unemployment rate in the Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean region. cable, WCAX can be seen on Comcast channel 3 in Vermont and Charter (Charter Communications) channel 8 in New York. In Montreal on Vidéotron systems, it can be seen on analog channel 21. It can also be seen in that city on Illico digital channel 53. It is widely carried on cable (cable television) in the Quebec province as far north as Saguenay (Saguenay, Quebec) and as far east as Gaspe (Gaspe, Quebec). Overview Like the other network stations that serve Plattsburgh and Burlington (Burlington, Vermont), it has a large audience in Southern Québec, Canada. This includes Montréal, a city that is ten times more populous than all of WPTZ's entire American (United States) viewing area combined. For many years, the channel identified on-air as "North Pole Plattsburgh Burlington Montréal" to acknowledge its large cable viewership in Canada. It is widely carried on cable in the province of Québec as far north as Saguenay (Saguenay, Quebec) and as far east as Gaspé (Gaspé, Quebec). On Vidéotron systems in Montreal, it can be seen on: channel 23 (West Montreal), channel 18 (Central and East Montreal), and channel 52 (Illico digital). *Discussion initiated at Trois-Rivières, Quebec and Saguenay, Quebec regarding whether the pages should remain at their current titles or be moved to Trois-Rivières and Saguenay. Bearcat (User:Bearcat) 03:21, 16 August 2007 (UTC) demo-cd Le Fjord-du-Saguenay RCM (Le Fjord-du-Saguenay Regional County Municipality, Quebec), Saguenay (Saguenay, Quebec) demo-csd Chicoutimi, La Baie (La Baie, Quebec), Saguenay (Saguenay, Quebec), Saint-Fulgence (Saint-Fulgence, Quebec), Saint-Honoré (Saint-Honoré, Quebec) * City of '''Saguenay (Saguenay, Quebec)''': Former cities of Chicoutimi, Jonquière, La Baie (La Baie, Quebec), Laterrière (Laterrière, Quebec); municipalities of Shipshaw (Shipshaw, Quebec) and Lac-Kénogami (Lac-Kénogami, Quebec); part of the township of Tremblay (Tremblay, Quebec) and 2 unincorporated areas. Rebecca Marino 6–3, 6–1 - thumb left Short-lived Corus-era CKOI 107,7 logo, used during the first two weeks of February 2011. (File:Ckoi estrie 2011.png) In March 2009, then-owner Corus Entertainment announced plans to drop the talk radio format on CHLT, CJRC-FM (CKOF-FM) in Gatineau, CHLN-FM (CKOB-FM) in Trois-Rivières and CKRS-FM in Saguenay (Saguenay, Quebec) in favour of a classic hits-oldies format branded as ''"Souvenirs Garantis"'', effective on March 28, 2009. Francophone news-talk listeners across much of Quebec will be out of luck at month's end ''Scott Fybush NERW'', 2009-03-09 image city Saguenay (Saguenay, Quebec), Quebec area Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean '''CKRS-FM''' is a French-language (French language) Canadian (Canada) radio station located in Saguenay (Saguenay, Quebec), Quebec. thumb left 150px CHLN logo as a "Souvenirs Garantis" station, 2009-2011. (File:CHLN-FM.png)In March 2009, then-owner Corus Entertainment announced plans to drop the talk radio format on Corus Québec outlets CHLN, CJRC-FM in Gatineau, CHLT-FM (CKOY-FM) in Sherbrooke and CKRS-FM in Saguenay (Saguenay, Quebec) in favour of a classic hits-oldies format branded as ''"Souvenirs Garantis"'', effective on March 28, 2009. Francophone news-talk listeners across much of Quebec will be out of luck at month's end ''Scott Fybush NERW'', 2009-03-09 In March 2009, then-owner Corus Entertainment expanded the ''Souvenirs Garantis'' format to CHLT-FM (CKOY-FM) in Sherbrooke, CJRC-FM (CKOF-FM) in Gatineau, CHLN-FM (CKOB-FM) in Trois-Rivières and CKRS-FM in Saguenay (Saguenay, Quebec) -- replacing their long-time news-talk formats on these stations. Francophone news-talk listeners across much of Quebec will be out of luck at month's end ''Scott Fybush NERW'', 2009-03-09 An '''F1''' tornado was confirmed in the town of Hébertville, Quebec in the Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean region Une tempête très coûteuse pour les agriculteurs - LCN - Régional which is located about 180 kilometres north-northwest of Quebec City. During the event, golf ball-size hail smashed windows of houses and automobiles and damaged patio furniture as well as home facades. Corn and vegetable crops were ruined during the brief but robust storm. Farms and sheds sustained damage from the tornadic winds as well as trees. This very region was hit by 5 tornadoes during the summer of 2001, including some of the region's main cities such as Saguenay (Saguenay, Quebec) and Alma (Alma, Quebec). Tornadoes are considered to be rare occurrences in this region, at least prior to 2001. Tornades Stations not owned and operated by Corus Entertainment can also be affiliates, such as CKRS-FM 98.3 in Saguenay (Saguenay, Quebec), CFYX-FM 93.3 in Rimouski, CHNC-FM 107.1 in New Carlisle (New Carlisle, Quebec) and CFGT-FM 104.5 in Alma (Alma, Quebec). CHRC (CHRC (AM)) 800 AM in Quebec City was previously part of the Corus Québec network, but the station was sold in 2008 by Corus to a group of local businessmen; it no longer has any links with Corus. CKRS-FM was sold in November 2010 to a local group, Radio Saguenay; it is unknown if any Corus Québec programming still airs on that station. There are also accusations that Walmart Canada has engaged in some practices that discourage associates from exercising their right to join a union (labor union) and negotiate a collective bargaining agreement. Wal-Mart closed their Saguenay, Quebec store, in April 2005 after workers unionized and just days before contract settlement by binding arbitration, putting 190 employees out of work. Wal-Mart argued that the store wasn’t profitable and the Supreme Court of Canada affirmed 6-3 on November 27, 2009 that the company had the legal right to close the store. Wal-Mart also closed its automotive centre in Gatineau , Quebec, after employees unionized and an arbitrator imposed a 33 per cent wage increase. At Saint-Hyacinthe Wal-Mart, the 200 employees had organized successfully in January 2005 but contract negotiations stalled and an arbitrator was called in, finally reaching a two-year deal on April 9, 2009.


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, Quebec region_served Saguenay (Saguenay, Quebec), Quebec membership *Dufour, California, in Yolo County *Dufour Auditorium, concert hall in Chicoutimi, Saguenay (Saguenay, Quebec), Quebec thumb Short track speed skater Mark McNee, third from left at the 2004 World Cup in Saguenay, Quebec Saguenay (Image:Saguenay 500m.jpg). His uniform features the green and gold and the Southern Cross alt Four skaters speed to the left

over an ice rink closely and in single file. Each leans with his left glove on the ice. They wear bodysuit uniforms and yellow helmets. The leader wears a red, white and black USA uniform, the second a red, white, and blue France uniform, the third a green and gold uniform with a black back containing five gold stars in the pattern of the Southern Cross, and the fourth a different red, white, and black uniform. A logo on the rink's wall says "WORLD CUP" "SHORT TRACK". In September 2007, Radio-Canada announced that it would not renew its affiliation agreement with its three Cogeco-owned affiliates — CKSH, CKTM-TV (CKTM-DT) in Trois-Rivières and CKTV-TV (CKTV-DT) in Saguenay (Saguenay, Quebec) — after their then-current agreement expired in August 2008. An application to directly acquire the station was filed by Radio-Canada on April 25, 2008, concurrently with Cogeco's proposed sale of TQS to Remstar Corporation. CRTC Notice of Public Hearing 2008-5. The transaction was approved by the CRTC on June 26, 2008. CRTC Decision 2008-130 In September 2007, Radio-Canada announced that it would not renew its affiliation agreement with its three Cogeco-owned affiliates — CKTM, CKTV-TV (CKTV-DT) in Saguenay (Saguenay, Quebec) and CKSH-TV (CKSH-DT) in Sherbrooke — after their then-current agreement expired in August 2008. An application to directly acquire the stations was filed by Radio-Canada on April 25, 2008, concurrently with Cogeco's proposed sale of TQS to Remstar Corporation. CRTC Notice of Public Hearing 2008-5. The transaction was approved by the CRTC on June 26, 2008. CRTC Decision 2008-130 call_letters CKTV-DT city Saguenay (Saguenay, Quebec), Quebec station_logo 180px (Image:SRC-TV.svg) '''CKTV-DT''' is a television station in the Canadian (Canada) city of Saguenay (Saguenay, Quebec), Quebec. It is an owned-and-operated station of the Radio-Canada (Télévision de Radio-Canada) network in the Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean region. The channel broadcasts in ATSC on Channel 12-1 from studios in the former city of Chicoutimi. operator DND (Department of National Defence (Canada)) City of Saguenay Rebecca Marino 6–3, 6–1 - thumb left Short-lived Corus-era CKOI 107,7 logo, used during the first two weeks of February 2011. (File:Ckoi estrie 2011.png) In March 2009, then-owner Corus Entertainment announced plans to drop the talk radio format on CHLT, CJRC-FM (CKOF-FM) in Gatineau, CHLN-FM (CKOB-FM) in Trois-Rivières and CKRS-FM in Saguenay (Saguenay, Quebec) in favour of a classic hits-oldies format branded as ''"Souvenirs Garantis"'', effective on March 28, 2009. Francophone news-talk listeners across much of Quebec will be out of luck at month's end ''Scott Fybush NERW'', 2009-03-09 image city Saguenay (Saguenay, Quebec), Quebec area Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean '''CKRS-FM''' is a French-language (French language) Canadian (Canada) radio station located in Saguenay (Saguenay, Quebec), Quebec. thumb left 150px CHLN logo as a "Souvenirs Garantis" station, 2009-2011. (File:CHLN-FM.png)In March 2009, then-owner Corus Entertainment announced plans to drop the talk radio format on Corus Québec outlets CHLN, CJRC-FM in Gatineau, CHLT-FM (CKOY-FM) in Sherbrooke and CKRS-FM in Saguenay (Saguenay, Quebec) in favour of a classic hits-oldies format branded as ''"Souvenirs Garantis"'', effective on March 28, 2009. Francophone news-talk listeners across much of Quebec will be out of luck at month's end ''Scott Fybush NERW'', 2009-03-09 In March 2009, then-owner Corus Entertainment expanded the ''Souvenirs Garantis'' format to CHLT-FM (CKOY-FM) in Sherbrooke, CJRC-FM (CKOF-FM) in Gatineau, CHLN-FM (CKOB-FM) in Trois-Rivières and CKRS-FM in Saguenay (Saguenay, Quebec) -- replacing their long-time news-talk formats on these stations. Francophone news-talk listeners across much of Quebec will be out of luck at month's end ''Scott Fybush NERW'', 2009-03-09 An '''F1''' tornado was confirmed in the town of Hébertville, Quebec in the Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean region Une tempête très coûteuse pour les agriculteurs - LCN - Régional which is located about 180 kilometres north-northwest of Quebec City. During the event, golf ball-size hail smashed windows of houses and automobiles and damaged patio furniture as well as home facades. Corn and vegetable crops were ruined during the brief but robust storm. Farms and sheds sustained damage from the tornadic winds as well as trees. This very region was hit by 5 tornadoes during the summer of 2001, including some of the region's main cities such as Saguenay (Saguenay, Quebec) and Alma (Alma, Quebec). Tornadoes are considered to be rare occurrences in this region, at least prior to 2001. Tornades Stations not owned and operated by Corus Entertainment can also be affiliates, such as CKRS-FM 98.3 in Saguenay (Saguenay, Quebec), CFYX-FM 93.3 in Rimouski, CHNC-FM 107.1 in New Carlisle (New Carlisle, Quebec) and CFGT-FM 104.5 in Alma (Alma, Quebec). CHRC (CHRC (AM)) 800 AM in Quebec City was previously part of the Corus Québec network, but the station was sold in 2008 by Corus to a group of local businessmen; it no longer has any links with Corus. CKRS-FM was sold in November 2010 to a local group, Radio Saguenay; it is unknown if any Corus Québec programming still airs on that station. There are also accusations that Walmart Canada has engaged in some practices that discourage associates from exercising their right to join a union (labor union) and negotiate a collective bargaining agreement. Wal-Mart closed their Saguenay, Quebec store, in April 2005 after workers unionized and just days before contract settlement by binding arbitration, putting 190 employees out of work. Wal-Mart argued that the store wasn’t profitable and the Supreme Court of Canada affirmed 6-3 on November 27, 2009 that the company had the legal right to close the store. Wal-Mart also closed its automotive centre in Gatineau , Quebec, after employees unionized and an arbitrator imposed a 33 per cent wage increase. At Saint-Hyacinthe Wal-Mart, the 200 employees had organized successfully in January 2005 but contract negotiations stalled and an arbitrator was called in, finally reaching a two-year deal on April 9, 2009.


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- The merger (Municipal reorganization in Quebec) of numerous cities and their suburbs (municipal fusions) into "megacities" goes into effect, creating the new megacities of Montreal, Longueuil, Quebec City, Lévis (Lévis, Quebec), Saguenay (Saguenay, Quebec), Sherbrooke, and Gatineau among others. *2002 - The Action démocratique du Québec wins four by-elections and temporarily enjoys high scores in public opinion polls. *Quebec City - CFAP-DT * Saguenay


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Metropolitan Areas and Census Agglomerations, 2006 Census – 20% Sample Data publisher Statistics Canada date 2007-11-20 url http: www12.statcan.ca english census06 data topics RetrieveProductTable.cfm?ALEVEL 3&APATH 3&CATNO &DETAIL 0&DIM &DS 99&FL 0&FREE 0&GAL 0&GC 99&GK NA&GRP 1&IPS &METH 0&ORDER 1&PID 89186&PTYPE 88971&RL 0&S 1&ShowAll No&StartRow 1&SUB 701&Temporal 2006&Theme 70&VID 0&VNAMEE

?ALEVEL 3&APATH 3&CATNO &DETAIL 0&DIM &DS 99&FL 0&FREE 0&GAL 0&GC 99&GK NA&GRP 1&IPS &METH 0&ORDER 1&PID 89201&PTYPE 88971&RL 0&S 1&ShowAll No&StartRow 1&SUB 701&Temporal 2006&Theme 70&VID 0&VNAMEE &VNAMEF &GID 837958 accessdate 2008-02-06 '''Religion:''' About 96% of the population identified as Roman Catholic in 2001 while almost 3% said they had no religious


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; '''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).


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, Le Quotidien, 23 octobre 2009, p. 15. and stands by developing research and teaching in applied technologies for energy, François Hains, Nancy Bourgeois, « Saguenay, une ville en changement », Urbanité, automne 2011, p. 36-38. aluminum, boreal forest, genomics and biomedical sciences. Claude Côté, « Saguenay vogue vers le succès », Industrie & Commerce, octobre-novembre 2011, p.3-5. Saguenay has three large industrial


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of short films, held in Saguenay, Quebec. Dir. Francis Leclerc. Cf. Stéphane Bégin, "Un Record d'assistance pour la 11e édition: 20 000 festivaliers au rendez-vous" ("A Record Attendance for the 11th Edition of Festival Regard : 20,000 festival-goers at the event"), ''Le Quotidien'' (Chicoutimi, Quebec) 12 February 2007, accessed 14 February 2007: ''Revenir'' (literally, to "return" or "come back" or "go back"; or to "return home") is a short improvised film created with the participation of Roy Dupuis and Sylvain Marcel; it was conceived, directed, and filmed within 48 hours according to impromptu criteria, and then screened during the 11th Festival Regard sur le court métrage au Saguenay, Quebec. For some documentary footage of Dupuis and Leclerc engaged in the filming process, see "Roy Dupuis and Francis Leclerc", ''Flash (Flash (Québécois tv series))'', broadcast 12 February 2007 (video clip; in French), accessed 12 February 2007. In winter 2007, he participated in the improvisational short film directed by Francis Leclerc, entitled ''Revenir (Revenir (film))'' ("Return"), conceived, filmed, and screened during the 11th edition of Festival Regard, a festival of short films, held in Saguenay, Quebec. Dir. Francis Leclerc. Cf. Stéphane Bégin, "Un Record d'assistance pour la 11e édition: 20 000 festivaliers au rendez-vous" ("A Record Attendance for the 11th Edition of Festival Regard : 20,000 festival-goers at the event"), ''Le Quotidien'' (Chicoutimi, Quebec) 12 February 2007, accessed 14 February 2007: ''Revenir'' (literally, to "return" or "come back" or "go back"; or to "return home") is a short improvised film created with the participation of Roy Dupuis and Sylvain Marcel; it was conceived, directed, and filmed within 48 hours according to impromptu criteria, and then screened during the 11th Festival Regard sur le court métrage au Saguenay, Quebec. For some documentary footage of Dupuis and Leclerc engaged in the filming process, see "Roy Dupuis and Francis Leclerc", ''Flash (Flash (Québécois tv series))'', broadcast 12 February 2007 (video clip; in French), accessed 12 February 2007. In March 2009, Corus announced plans to drop the talk radio format on CJRC, CHLT-FM (CKOY-FM) in Sherbrooke, CHLN-FM (CKOB-FM) in Trois-Rivières and CKRS-FM in Saguenay (Saguenay, Quebec), in favour of a classic hits-oldies format branded as ''"Souvenirs Garantis"'', effective on March 28, 2009. Francophone news-talk listeners across much of Quebec will be out of luck at month's end ''Scott Fybush NERW'', 2009-03-09 * Rouyn-Noranda - CHOA (CHOA-FM) * Saguenay (Saguenay, Quebec) - CKYK (CKYK-FM) * Val-d'Or - CHGO (CHGO-FM) The name Saguenay survived in many modern placenames. The modern-day Saguenay region, including the city of Saguenay (Saguenay, Quebec) (Chicoutimi-Jonquière), is on both shores of the Saguenay River in Quebec. As the name of the river, the Kingdom has also become the namesake of Saguenay Herald at the Canadian Heraldic Authority. It is part of the Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean administrative region. Today, the Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean region is sometimes referred to metaphorically as the Kingdom of the Saguenay (''Royaume du Saguenay''), for example in tourist marketing. In September 2007, during an interview on a Rouyn-Noranda radio station, Mailloux made controversial comments about the mayor of Saguenay (Saguenay, Quebec), Jean Tremblay, after he read a memoir at the Bouchard-Taylor Commission (Reasonable accommodation#Commission on Reasonable Accommodation) on the reasonable accommodation. In the memoir, Tremblay was in favor of maintaining Catholic traditions like the traditional prayer before each city council meeting and keeping the cross in Saguenay's city hall. Mailloux also criticized the people of the city, saying its citizens lacked judgement by voting for Tremblay, also explaining the high unemployment rate in the Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean region. cable, WCAX can be seen on Comcast channel 3 in Vermont and Charter (Charter Communications) channel 8 in New York. In Montreal on Vidéotron systems, it can be seen on analog channel 21. It can also be seen in that city on Illico digital channel 53. It is widely carried on cable (cable television) in the Quebec province as far north as Saguenay (Saguenay, Quebec) and as far east as Gaspe (Gaspe, Quebec). Overview Like the other network stations that serve Plattsburgh and Burlington (Burlington, Vermont), it has a large audience in Southern Québec, Canada. This includes Montréal, a city that is ten times more populous than all of WPTZ's entire American (United States) viewing area combined. For many years, the channel identified on-air as "North Pole Plattsburgh Burlington Montréal" to acknowledge its large cable viewership in Canada. It is widely carried on cable in the province of Québec as far north as Saguenay (Saguenay, Quebec) and as far east as Gaspé (Gaspé, Quebec). On Vidéotron systems in Montreal, it can be seen on: channel 23 (West Montreal), channel 18 (Central and East Montreal), and channel 52 (Illico digital). *Discussion initiated at Trois-Rivières, Quebec and Saguenay, Quebec regarding whether the pages should remain at their current titles or be moved to Trois-Rivières and Saguenay. Bearcat (User:Bearcat) 03:21, 16 August 2007 (UTC) demo-cd Le Fjord-du-Saguenay RCM (Le Fjord-du-Saguenay Regional County Municipality, Quebec), Saguenay (Saguenay, Quebec) demo-csd Chicoutimi, La Baie (La Baie, Quebec), Saguenay (Saguenay, Quebec), Saint-Fulgence (Saint-Fulgence, Quebec), Saint-Honoré (Saint-Honoré, Quebec) * City of '''Saguenay (Saguenay, Quebec)''': Former cities of Chicoutimi, Jonquière, La Baie (La Baie, Quebec), Laterrière (Laterrière, Quebec); municipalities of Shipshaw (Shipshaw, Quebec) and Lac-Kénogami (Lac-Kénogami, Quebec); part of the township of Tremblay (Tremblay, Quebec) and 2 unincorporated areas. Rebecca Marino 6–3, 6–1 - thumb left Short-lived Corus-era CKOI 107,7 logo, used during the first two weeks of February 2011. (File:Ckoi estrie 2011.png) In March 2009, then-owner Corus Entertainment announced plans to drop the talk radio format on CHLT, CJRC-FM (CKOF-FM) in Gatineau, CHLN-FM (CKOB-FM) in Trois-Rivières and CKRS-FM in Saguenay (Saguenay, Quebec) in favour of a classic hits-oldies format branded as ''"Souvenirs Garantis"'', effective on March 28, 2009. Francophone news-talk listeners across much of Quebec will be out of luck at month's end ''Scott Fybush NERW'', 2009-03-09 image city Saguenay (Saguenay, Quebec), Quebec area Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean '''CKRS-FM''' is a French-language (French language) Canadian (Canada) radio station located in Saguenay (Saguenay, Quebec), Quebec. thumb left 150px CHLN logo as a "Souvenirs Garantis" station, 2009-2011. (File:CHLN-FM.png)In March 2009, then-owner Corus Entertainment announced plans to drop the talk radio format on Corus Québec outlets CHLN, CJRC-FM in Gatineau, CHLT-FM (CKOY-FM) in Sherbrooke and CKRS-FM in Saguenay (Saguenay, Quebec) in favour of a classic hits-oldies format branded as ''"Souvenirs Garantis"'', effective on March 28, 2009. Francophone news-talk listeners across much of Quebec will be out of luck at month's end ''Scott Fybush NERW'', 2009-03-09 In March 2009, then-owner Corus Entertainment expanded the ''Souvenirs Garantis'' format to CHLT-FM (CKOY-FM) in Sherbrooke, CJRC-FM (CKOF-FM) in Gatineau, CHLN-FM (CKOB-FM) in Trois-Rivières and CKRS-FM in Saguenay (Saguenay, Quebec) -- replacing their long-time news-talk formats on these stations. Francophone news-talk listeners across much of Quebec will be out of luck at month's end ''Scott Fybush NERW'', 2009-03-09 An '''F1''' tornado was confirmed in the town of Hébertville, Quebec in the Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean region Une tempête très coûteuse pour les agriculteurs - LCN - Régional which is located about 180 kilometres north-northwest of Quebec City. During the event, golf ball-size hail smashed windows of houses and automobiles and damaged patio furniture as well as home facades. Corn and vegetable crops were ruined during the brief but robust storm. Farms and sheds sustained damage from the tornadic winds as well as trees. This very region was hit by 5 tornadoes during the summer of 2001, including some of the region's main cities such as Saguenay (Saguenay, Quebec) and Alma (Alma, Quebec). Tornadoes are considered to be rare occurrences in this region, at least prior to 2001. Tornades Stations not owned and operated by Corus Entertainment can also be affiliates, such as CKRS-FM 98.3 in Saguenay (Saguenay, Quebec), CFYX-FM 93.3 in Rimouski, CHNC-FM 107.1 in New Carlisle (New Carlisle, Quebec) and CFGT-FM 104.5 in Alma (Alma, Quebec). CHRC (CHRC (AM)) 800 AM in Quebec City was previously part of the Corus Québec network, but the station was sold in 2008 by Corus to a group of local businessmen; it no longer has any links with Corus. CKRS-FM was sold in November 2010 to a local group, Radio Saguenay; it is unknown if any Corus Québec programming still airs on that station. There are also accusations that Walmart Canada has engaged in some practices that discourage associates from exercising their right to join a union (labor union) and negotiate a collective bargaining agreement. Wal-Mart closed their Saguenay, Quebec store, in April 2005 after workers unionized and just days before contract settlement by binding arbitration, putting 190 employees out of work. Wal-Mart argued that the store wasn’t profitable and the Supreme Court of Canada affirmed 6-3 on November 27, 2009 that the company had the legal right to close the store. Wal-Mart also closed its automotive centre in Gatineau , Quebec, after employees unionized and an arbitrator imposed a 33 per cent wage increase. At Saint-Hyacinthe Wal-Mart, the 200 employees had organized successfully in January 2005 but contract negotiations stalled and an arbitrator was called in, finally reaching a two-year deal on April 9, 2009.


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Saguenay, Quebec

'''Saguenay''' ( north of Quebec City.

The city of Saguenay constitutes a territory equivalent to a regional county municipality (TE); its geographical code is 941. Together with the regional county municipality of Le Fjord-du-Saguenay (Le Fjord-du-Saguenay Regional County Municipality), it forms the census division (Census geographic units of Canada) (CD) of Le Saguenay-et-son-Fjord (94). The mayor of Saguenay is Jean Tremblay, who served as mayor of Chicoutimi before the merger. Prior to its use as the name of the city, the term "the Saguenay" or (less commonly) "Saguenay Valley" had already been used for the whole Saguenay River region (see Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean). Saguenay is the seat of the judicial district (Judicial districts of Quebec) of Chicoutimi. ''Territorial Division Act''. ''Revised Statutes of Quebec'' D-11.

The city is divided into three boroughs: Chicoutimi (which includes the former city of Chicoutimi, as well as Laterrière and Tremblay township), Jonquière (which includes the former city of Jonquière, Lac-Kénogami, and Shipshaw) and La Baie (La Baie, Quebec) (which corresponds to the former city of La Baie).

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