Jonquière

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Jon•quière

(Fr. ʒɔ̃ˈkyɛr)

n.
a city in S Quebec, in E Canada. 58,467.
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The communities wanted to be in the driver's seat and they further resisted ministry efforts to amalgamate the Ogoki with the Kenogami Forest.
"Our employees and their union leaders are committed to help keep our Canadian pulp and paper mills competitive, while providing stability for our customers, shareholders, communities and other partners." The collective agreements cover approximately 1,100 hourly employees represented by Unifor at Resolute's Amos, Baie-Comeau, Dolbeau, Gatineau, Kenogami and Saint-Felicien mills in Quebec, and Thunder Bay mill and indefinitely idled Thorold facility in Ontario.
In October 2012, Ginoogaming signed an agreement with AV Birla Terrace Bay to sell pulpwood to their mill from areas that are the band's traditional territory on the Kenogami Forest.
The bureaucracy is confusing as our hunters could be in 1 of 5 Wildlife Management Units (17, 18A, 18B, 19 or 2lA) or in 1 of 4 Forest Management Units (Ogoki, Lake Nipigon, Armstrong, or Kenogami Forest).
Kimberly-Clark, which makes Kleenex brand products, promised that it will no longer purchase pulp from the three-million-hectare Kenogami and Ogoki forests in Northern Ontario unless strict ecological criteria are met.
We'd run over to Ville Marie, or up to Kenogami with the top down in good weather.
(3) The remaining 13 percent is taken up by areas of water, mainly the Saguenay River and Lake Kenogami.
Murphy de Kenogami offre des objets fabriques a sa demande par les Montagnais, ils sont refuses par William H.
(2.) Jose Igartua, 1996: Arvida au Saguenay: naissance d'une ville industrielle, Montreal, McGill-Queen's University Press, 273 pages; Francine Legare, 1991: Les travailleurs de la campagnie Price, 1911-1940, Montreal, UQAM, memoire de maitrise, 115 pages; Gervais Tremblay, Profil sociodemographique des travailleurs de la compagnie Price de Kenogami, 1912-1942, Chicoutimi, UQAC, memoire de la Maitrise en Etudes Regionales, 1999, 121 pages.
Limited of Jonquiere (formerly Kenogami), QC in 1927.