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Noun1.Outaouais - a river in southeastern Canada that flows along the boundary between Quebec and Ontario to the Saint Lawrence River near Montreal
Canada - a nation in northern North America; the French were the first Europeans to settle in mainland Canada; "the border between the United States and Canada is the longest unguarded border in the world"
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The licences, covering the Eastern, Southern and Northern Quebec, as well as the Outaouais and Eastern Ontario regions, were acquired for $255.8 million.
Roberto Briones, who organizes tournaments for the Kayak Anglers Association of The Outaouais in Ontario, is a little on both sides of the tournament question.
It received a repayable contribution of USD 1 million from Canada Economic Development for Quebec Regions (CED) and USD 3 million from the Fonds Regional de Solidarite Outaouais (FRSO).
PIERRE LEMIEUX is an economist affiliated with the Department of Management Sciences of the Universite du Quebec en Outaouais. His latest book is What's Wrong with Protectionism: Answering Common Objections to Free Trade (Rowman and Littleneld, 2018).
Cogeco Media owns and operates 13 radio stations across QuA(c)bec, including talk network stations 98.5 FM in MontrA(c)al, 106.9 FM in Mauricie, 107.7 FM in Estrie and 104.7 FM in Outaouais; Rhythm FM network stations 105.7 in MontrA(c)al, 100.1 in Mauricie and 93.7 in Estrie, CIME 103.9 in the Laurentians, 96.9 CKOI, The Beat 92.5 and Radio Circulation 730 AM in MontrA(c)al, as well as FM93 and M102.9 in QuA(c)bec City.
The newspapers sold to Groupe Lexis Media are: Le Citoyen Rouyn-Noranda, Le Citoyen de la Vallee-de-l'Or, L'Echo Abitibien and La Frontiere, distributed in Abitibi-Temiscamingue; L Action DAutray, L Action--Wednesday Edition, L'Action--Weekend Edition, L Express Montcalm and Hebdo Rive-Nord, in Lanaudiere; Le Bulletin, La Petite-Nation and La Revue, in Outaouais.
Jerome Dupras is a professor at the Department of Natural Sciences of the Universite du Quebec en Outaouais. His research focuses on ecosystem services and land use planning and management.
As of May 12, 2017 a total of approximately 2.600 CAF personnel--with vehicles, boats, and air assets such as helicopters--had been deployed to support Quebec citizens in four affected regions: Monteregie, Outaouais, Mauricie and Montreal, (SGT MARC-ANDRE GAUDREAULT, VALCARTIER IMAGING SECTION, DND)
Global Payments has signed referral agreements with Better Business Bureaus serving Mainland British Columbia, Southern Alberta and East Kootenay, Central and Northern Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Northwest Ontario, Western Ontario, Eastern and Northern Ontario and the Outaouais and the Atlantic Provinces.
His father, Jean Moussi, is a professor of mathematics at Universite du Quebec en Outaouais. He left to Canada for his undergraduate studies and stayed until he got his PhD in mathematics.