Clothing Men & Women
Clothing and Things 639 Antoine-Boucher, Gatineau J9J 3M5
Fourrures et Creations Georges Roy 16, ave Bégin Vieux-Lévis, G6V 4B7
Leather Ranch 2700 boul Laurier, Sainte-Foy, G1V 2L8 (418) 656-6196
TRT Trois-Rivieres Toyota
Building & Construction
Air Conditioning & Refrigeration
Food & Drink
The Trait-Carr Boutique 717, Louis-XIV boul, Quebec City, G1H 4M9 (418) 622-9595
Suppliers & Distributors
Janis Kerman Design (514) 931-3852
Galeries Aylmer 181 rue Principale, Gatineau (secteur Aylmer), J9H 6A6
Les Galeries de Hull
Sports & Activities Supplies
SM Sport Inc
Harnois Shelters 507 route 158 St-Thomas, J0K 3L0 (450) 755-6608
ILED Menus 455 King West St. Suite 610, Sherbrooke, J1H 6E9 (819) 563-4898
Les Productions d'OZ 2000 inc 2220, chemin du Fleuve, Saint-Romuald, G6W 1Y4
Oldham Batteries Canada 9650 rue Colbert, Anjou, H1J 2N2 (514) 355-5110
Robert Carriages & Sons Inc 885 Haut Petit Rang St-François, St-Pie, J0H 1W0
Service & Repair
Cendirect Canada Montreal (514) 367-3061, toll free (866) 367-3061
Ram Computer Systems (RAM) 3155 DeMiniac, VSL, H9A 2M3 (514) 684-5080
Air Richelieu 5800 Route de l'aéroport, Saint-Hubert, J3Y 8Y9 (450) 445-4444
Bouchon le Clown (819) 771-9231
Clownatec (819) 669-9866
Health & Beauty
ChirurgiVision Clinic 579, Laviolette st, Trois-Rivières, G9A 1V6 (819) 693-5757
Pets, Animals & Livestock
Le Centre Equestre 1101 Grand Rang La Presentation
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Atwater Market, or marché Atwater, is a farmers' market located on Atwater Street, near the Lachine Canal, in Montreal, Canada. It is often referred to as the biggest garden in town, transforming itself into a gigantic greenhouse in May.
photo: Anna Frodesiak
The market offers something for every taste: delicious breads, pastries, pâtés and quiches, assorted cheeses from cheese shops, succulent sausages and deli meats, fresh fish, seafoods and meats. The exterior of the market you will find countless fruit and vegetable stands. For additional information read on…
The Atwater Market's building has had many functions since its construction. The Atwater Market opened in 1933, but prior to this, it also served as a meeting place for many political, social or sporting events. Famous politicians such as Camilien Houde and Maurice Duplessis have brought down the house with rousing speeches and wrestling matches have also brought in spectators.
Pierre Juneau (October 17, 1922 - February 21, 2012),
a Canadian film and broadcast executive, was appointed CRTC head in 1968.
In the early 1970s, he was the architect of the CRTC's Canadian content regulations, requiring 30 per cent of radio and television time to be devoted to programming or music produced in Canada. Juneau's CRTC regulations, soon called "Cancon," helped build the music and television production industries in Canada.
Juneau stuck to the policy, saying, "Canadian broadcasting should be Canadian" and was the philosophy he applied throughout his career.
The Juno Awards, Canada's music awards launched in 1970, were named after Juneau because he implemented the Canadian content regulations.