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- Quebec City was founded near the site of Stadacona, a village populated by Iroquoians when Jacques Cartier explored Canada.
- Quebec City was captured by the British in 1759 and held until 1763.
- Quebec City is known for its Winter Carnival and the Château Frontenac, an historic hotel which dominates the city skyline.
- Born in Quebec City, the son of Sir Dominick Daly, he was called to the bar in Halifax, Nova Scotia in 1864.
- The media is replete with reference to the fact that Stephen Harper's best friend in Quebec City (Jean Charest) is about to impose a "carbon tax".
- They were joined by CFCM-TV in Quebec City in 1964 after CFCM lost its SRC affiliation.
- A 1775 invasion by the American Continental Army met with early success, but was later repelled at Quebec City.
- The Canadiens prevailed in a 3 game sweep in front of crowds numbering over 14,000 in Quebec City, and over 18,000 in Montreal.
- The decision to add these sites was made by the 21-member World Heritage Committee, which is currently meeting in Quebec City, Canada.
- Davenport's third tournament was in Quebec City, Canada, defeating second seeded Vera Zvonareva in the semifinals and Julia Vakulenko in the final.
- A montage of speed skaters crashing during competition at various events in Quebec City, Canada.
- Donald Dufresne (born April 10, 1967 in Quebec City, Quebec) is a retired Canadian ice hockey defenceman.
- Her first professional event was the Bell Challenge in Quebec City, where she lost in the first round of qualifying to World No.
- Roland Michel Tremblay was born in Quebec City but moved to the Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean region in the North of the Quebec province when he was 7 years old.
- The Canadian-built ship mostly sailed to Quebec City, Canada, and also ferried people to Baltimore and New York.
- Quebec City, Quebec A few streets in the oldest part of the town 528,595 Rue Saint-Jean is car-free for most of the day during the tourist season.
- Starting with a Facebook group, Lawton says there are plans for rallies this fall in Ottawa and Quebec City.
- Winnipeg's growth rate has increased in recent years and Metropolitan Winnipeg may again overtake Quebec City and Hamilton in the near future.
- Salt Lake City won the host city designation on the first round against Quebec City; Ostersund, Sweden; and Sion, Switzerland.
- Many of the people who live in the Keweenaw are descendants of people who came from an area in the Province of Quebec which is north of Quebec City.
- Playing for a fourth consecutive week, she won the Bell Challenge, a Tier III event in Quebec City, defeating Bethanie Mattek in three sets in the final.
- The Automotive Conference for Executives, scheduled for Quebec City this April, will focus on creative thinking and playing to win.
- CanWest subsequently announced plans to launch stations in Edmonton, Calgary, Victoria, and Quebec City.
- Vancouver beat out both Calgary and Quebec City in the competition.
- Maria Sharapova also won two professional titles: Quebec City and the Japan Open.
- September 10, 2006 - Quebec leadership and policy forum in Quebec City.
- Two preseason games will be also be played in Ottawa (September 19) and at the Colisée Pepsi in Quebec City (September 20 vs Boston).
- Montgomery then moved towards Quebec City with the bulk of his troops on November 28, leaving Montreal under the command of General David Wooster.
- Marc Ouellet, the archbishop of Quebec City, is relatively young for a contender, at 60, but has taught and studied in Europe and South America.
- Her first professional event was the Bell Challenge in Quebec City, where she was defeated in less than an hour of play and earned US$240 in prize money.
- He started to play with the Sainte-Foy Governors (Sainte-Foy is a rich area in Quebec City, where Patrick was born).
- Riots followed in Montreal and in Quebec City, where four people were killed.
- It will be the last chance for Canadian riders to rack up points before the country's Olympic snowboarding team is introduced Monday in Quebec City.
- On May 29, 1733, the right of Canadians to keep Indians in slavery was upheld at Quebec City.
- Her first professional event was the tournament in Quebec City, where she was ousted in less than an hour of play.
- Her highlights of the year are reaching the semi-finals in Ponte Vedra Beach and Beijing and reaching the quarterfinals in Quebec City.
- They also attended law school together at Université Laval, in Quebec City along with other prominent Canadian political leaders such as Lucien Bouchard.
- They also attended law school together at Laval University, in Quebec City along with other promonent Canadian political leaders such as Lucien Bouchard.
- Robert Bédard (born July 12, 1932 in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada) is a retired professional wrestler better known as the #1 frenchman Rene Goulet.
- However, until 2009 the station remained licensed to Quebec City, and its "official" main studio remained in Sainte-Foy.
- CFCM-TV is the TVA owned and operated station in Quebec City.
- Pte. Patrick Lormand, based in Quebec City, is killed in roadside bomb near Kandahar City; he is the 130th Canadian soldier to be killed in Afghanistan.
- A 1775 invasion by the American Continental Army met with early success but was later repelled at the battle at Quebec City.
- The two forces joined at Quebec City, but were defeated at the Battle of Quebec in December 1775.
- Samuel de Champlain (1567 – 1635) was a French geographer, draftsman, explorer and founder of Quebec City.
- Considered the founder of folklore studies in Canada, Charles Marius Barbeau was a native of the Beauce region south of Quebec City, born on March 5, 1883.
- Car Sharing, launched in 1987 in Switzerland and later in 1988 in Germany, came to North America via Quebec City in 1993.
- The cathedral of this diocese is Notre-Dame de Québec Cathedral in Quebec City.
- Notre-Dame de Québec Cathedral in Quebec City was the first basilica in North America, so designated by Pope Pius IX in 1874.
- The largest settlement was New France, with the towns of Quebec City and Montreal and long stretches of riverfront.
- The settlement was again disbanded in 1608 and Champlain sailed to modern day Quebec City where he began the settlement that would become New France.
- In 1608, many of the settlers followed Samuel de Champlain north to found New France in modern day Quebec City.
- Colonel Carleton was a part of James Wolfe 's attack on Quebec City during the Battle of the Plains of Abraham.
- Maizerets is a part of the Limoilou borough of Quebec City, Quebec, Canada that has a population of 7,197.
- The capital of the host province of the Olympics, Quebec City, was a candidate city of the 2002 Winter Olympics.
- As a result of that defeat, the British decided to prepare the conquest of Quebec City, the capital of new France.
- Most inhabitants live in urban areas near the Saint Lawrence River between Montreal and Quebec City, the capital.
- The riding, in the Quebec region of Capitale-Nationale, consists of the eastern part of Quebec City, namely the boroughs of Limoilou and most of Beauport.
- The riding is located south of Quebec City and covers the centre of the Beauce, straddling the Quebec regions of Chaudière-Appalaches and Estrie.
- The Conservatives need to take seats in metropolitan Quebec - Montreal and Quebec City - before claiming any inroads.
- The British constructed a similar citadel in Quebec City known as the Citadel of Quebec.
- Cities thought of as probable locations for teams include Halifax, Winnipeg, Hamilton, and Quebec City.
- July 11: In the morning, the 252 Journal employees on strike or in lockout march through the streets of Quebec City, proudly displaying their new banner.
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