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during the weekend and during the month of November and December as many Christmas parties are celebrated there. * '''Louis Luncheonette''', a local greasy-spoon. 3 locations in Sherbrooke. The fries are excellent. The meat is fresh. They also serve smoked-meat. Widely acknowledged as having the best poutine in Sherbooke; a regional dish that is must-have if you're visiting Quebec. *
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political landscape. Lucien Bouchard, a Progressive Conservative (Progressive Conservative Party of Canada) Cabinet Minister who felt humiliated by the defeat of the Meech Lake Accord, led other Quebec Progressive Conservatives and Liberals out of their parties to form the sovereigntist Bloc Québécois. Mario Dumont, leader of the Quebec Liberal Party's youth wing left Bourrassa's party to form a "soft nationalist" and sovereignist Action démocratique du Québec party
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—nor even to America (United States). Miller preached across the border in Canada’s Eastern Townships on at least three occasions: in 1835, 1838 and 1840. He made a number of converts there and gained the support of some of the local clergy. At least five Millerite papers were published in Canada: the ''Faithful Watchman''—published in Sherbrooke from January 1843; the influential ''Voice of Elijah'', published in Montreal from June 1843; the short-lived ''Hope of the Church'' in St
Eastern Townships Bank building downtown. It displays both works of universal value and local flavor, focusing on the works of artists of the Eastern Townships, but also exhibiting other works. A dozen or so exhibitions are circulated through the lower two floors each year, while the third floor houses the museum’s permanent collection, featuring works by Frederick Simpson Coburn (1871-1960), originally from Melbourne in the Eastern Townships. $6, seniors students $5. Do Every summer there is the Fête du Lac festival at Parc Jacques-Cartier which features an international fireworks competition and many local artists. Outdoors Sherbrooke has many options for someone who enjoys nature. * commons:category:Sherbrooke, Québec WikiPedia:Sherbrooke, Quebec Dmoz:Regional North_America Canada Quebec Localities S Sherbrooke
of Sherbrooke, Nova Scotia was not founded until 1815; likewise, Sherbrooke, Quebec (Sherbrooke) did not exist until 1818. Sherbrooke Village - Research History This may reflect Stan Rogers' artistic license in tribute to his family origins near Sherbrooke on Nova Scotia's Eastern Shore. Others believe that the line refers to the privateer brig ''Sir John Sherbrooke'' (Sir John Sherbrooke (Halifax)), one of the largest and most
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'''Sherbrooke''' ( ) is a city in southern Quebec, Canada. Sherbrooke is situated at the confluence of the Saint-François (Saint-François River) (St. Francis) and Magog (Magog River) rivers in the heart of the Estrie administrative region. Sherbrooke is also the name of a territory equivalent to a regional county municipality (TE) and census division (Census geographic units of Canada) (CD) of Quebec, coextensive with the city of Sherbrooke. With 154,601 residents at the 2011 census (Canada 2011 Census), Sherbrooke was the sixth largest city in the province of Quebec and the thirtieth (List of the 100 largest municipalities in Canada by population) largest in Canada. The Sherbrooke Census Metropolitan Area had 201,890 inhabitants, making it the fourth largest metropolitan area in Quebec and nineteenth (List of metropolitan areas in Canada) largest in Canada.
Originally known as Hyatt's Mill, it was renamed after Sir (Knight) John Coape Sherbrooke (1764–1840), a British (British people) general who was Lieutenant Governor (Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia) of Nova Scotia (1812–1816), and Governor General (Governor General of Canada) of British North America (1816–1818).
Sherbrooke is the primary economic, political, cultural and institutional centre of Estrie, and was known as the ''Queen of the Eastern Townships'' at the beginning of the 20th century.
There are eight institutions educating 40,000 students and employing 11,000 people, 3,700 of whom are professors, teachers and researchers.
Since the nineteenth century, Sherbrooke has been a manufacturing centre. This segment of the economy has experienced a considerable transformation in recent decades as a result of the decline of the city's traditional manufacturing sectors.
The Sherbrooke region is surrounded by mountains, rivers and lakes. There are several ski hills nearby and various tourist attractions in regional flavour. Mont-Bellevue Park, a large park in the city, is used for downhill skiing.