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(ˈgæt nˌoʊ, ˌgæt nˈoʊ)

a city in S Quebec, in E Canada, near Hull. 81,244.
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* 6:00 - 9:00 p.m.--Reception featuring Algonguin Elder Albert Dumont at the British Hotel (71 rue Principale, Aylmer sector, Gatineau, Quebec).
Typically, when First Nations young people are encouraged to 'reach for the stars', it's just a Figure of speech, but for 200 Aboriginal youth visiting Gatineau it was an actual suggestion.
Immigrants' narratives of their representations of and daily interactions with the two dominant groups--Anglophones in Ottawa (ON) and Francophones in Gatineau (QC)--reveal contrasting, asymmetrical processes of inclusion across the border.
Archbishop Paul-Andre Durocher of Gatineau, Quebec, president of the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops, noted, "Catholics are called by their faith to assist all those in need, particularly the poor, the suffering and the dying....
This article examines the link between politicization and municipal political parties, using the case of the City of Gatineau. The 2013 municipal election was a novel event for Gatineau due to the arrival of a municipal political party, Action Gatineau.
These will be in Gatineau, Vancouver, Calgary, Mississauga and Ottawa.
Most Reverend Paul-Emile Charbonneau, Bishop Emeritus of Gatineau, died May 20th, 2014, at the age of 92.
Brands I've bought or own include Almay, Halston, Max Factor, Mitchum and Gatineau. My market value tops $1 billion.