Chaleur Bay


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Cha·leur Bay

 (shə-lo͝or′, -lûr′)
An inlet of the Gulf of St. Lawrence between the Gaspé Peninsula and northern New Brunswick, Canada.

Cha•leur′ Bay′

(ʃəˈlʊər, -ˈlɜr)
n.
an inlet of the Gulf of St. Lawrence between NE New Brunswick and SE Quebec, in SE Canada. ab. 85 mi. (135 km) long; 15–25 mi. (24–40 km) wide.
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Charles received land grants at Chaleur Bay, Gaspe, was a school teacher and, while returning to see his families in Ascott, was drowned in the Becancour River at Gentilly, near Three Rivers.
When their whaling stations closed down, they regrouped and laid claim to more than a hundred ports throughout western and southern Newfoundland, Cape Breton Island, Chaleur Bay, and the St.
He mentioned the rising temperature of the Restigouche River, intense heat waves that threaten the forests in his riding, and shoreline erosion along Chaleur Bay, stating that additional measures will be needed for New Brunswick to reach its greenhouse gas reduction targets.
Toward the end of her 89 years, Labillois could be found on the beach of Chaleur Bay under a shelter with her dog, still marvelling that she was lucky enough to live "close to such beauty." That is if she wasn't travelling to attend meetings and powwows as an honoured speaker, or stripping ash to weave baskets in the Mi'kmaq tradition with her grandfather's handmade tools.
state of Maine on the west; Quebec and Chaleur Bay on the north; the Gulf of St.
In 1918, Venus Cote, a 17-year-old from Quebec, was sentenced to two years at a Kingston penitentiary for wearing men's clothing in order to work at the Chaleur Bay Pulp Company.