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Located where the mouths of the Mars and Ha! Ha! Rivers meet to form the Ha! Ha! Bay, La Baie became the first colony established in the Saguenay-Lac St. Jean region when the Societe des Vingt et Un settled there in 1838... More »

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Results of the Quebec Pee-Wee Hockey Tournament are available online at Tournoipee-wee.qc.ca. The site offers viewing in both French and English. A list of winners is available by clicking the Winners from 1960 link unde... More »

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Fleury Mesplet founded the Montreal Gazette in 1778 as the first French-only newspaper for the Montreal, Quebec, region. The Montreal Gazette was briefly a bilingual newspaper between the late 1700s and 1822, after which... More »

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As of 2015, La Baie Montreal sells a variety of fashion and beauty products for men, women and children. Additionally, the company also sells jewellery and accessories and also offers a variety of shopping-related servic... More »

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A highly detailed black history timeline can be found at the BlackPast website. This site takes users through the early 15th century enslavement of Africans, the Emancipation Proclamation of 1863 (as well as the events l... More »

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Charlemagne, Sojourner Truth and Genghis Khan are some illiterate historical figures. Their illiteracy was due to social and cultural circumstances. More »

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Some famous women in history include Georgia O’Keefe, Catherine the Great and Jane Austen. From art to politics to literature, these notable women were all highly influential. More »

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