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  1. Saguenay, Quebec - Wikipedia

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    Saguenay (/ ˈ s æ ɡ ə n eɪ, ˌ s æ ɡ ə ˈ n eɪ / SAG-ə-nay, -⁠ NAY, French: , locally ) is a city in the Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean region of Quebec, Canada, on the Saguenay River, about 200 kilometres (120 mi) north of Quebec City by overland route.

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  2. 2017 Challenger Banque Nationale de Saguenay - Wikipedia

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    The 2017 Challenger Banque Nationale de Saguenay was a professional tennis tournament played on indoor hard courts. It was the 12th edition of the tournament and part of the 2017 ITF Women's Circuit, offering a total of $60,000 in prize money. It took place in Saguenay, Quebec, Canada between October 23 and October 29, 2017.

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  4. Chicoutimi - Wikipedia

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    Chicoutimi / ʃ ɪ ˈ k uː t ɪ m i / is the most populous borough (arrondissement) of the city of Saguenay in Quebec, Canada. It is situated at the confluence of the Saguenay and Chicoutimi rivers. During the 20th century, it became the main administrative and commercial centre of the Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean region.

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  5. Saguenay City Council - Wikipedia

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    Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. The Saguenay City Council (in French: Conseil municipal de la Ville de Saguenay) is the governing body for the mayor–council government in the city of Saguenay, in the Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean region of Quebec .

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    Sague­nay was formed on Feb­ru­ary 18, 2002, by amal­ga­mat­ing the cities of Chicoutimi, Jon­quière, La Baie and Lat­errière, along with the mu­nic­i­pal­i­ties of Lac-Kénogami and Ship­shaw and part of the town­ship of Trem­blay.

    Sague­nay is lo­cated in a de­pres­sion in the Cana­dian shield called the Sague­nay Graben, which has a some­what more tem­per­ate cli­mate than the sur­round­ing re­gion. This has en­cour­aged agri­cul­ture and human set­tle­ment to take place. The rel­a­tively small and con­cen­trated Lac St-Jean area where the city is lo­cated can be de­scribed as an iso­lated "oasis" in the mid­dle of the vast re­mote wilder­ness of North­ern Que­bec. Few roads con­nect with the area from the south and east, and only one road con­nects from the north­west. No paved roads go north from the area into the wilder­ness; the last paved roads to the north end just a short dis­tance from the city, and still within the Lac St-Jean area. There are no human set­tle­ments due north of Sague­nay all the way to the Cana­dian Arc­tic is­lands, ex­cept for a few iso­lated Cree and Inuit vil­lages. How­ever, the re­mote, paved Route 167/113 heads north­west to the in­te­rior town of Chi­bouga­mau, pro­vid­ing a...

    The ville of Sague­nay has a 2016 pop­u­la­tion of 145,549. The me­dian age is 46.1, as op­posed to 41.2 for all of Canada. French was the mother tongue of 98.9% of res­i­dents in 2016. The next most com­mon mother tongues were Eng­lish at 0.9%, fol­lowed by Span­ishat 0.2%. 0.2% re­ported both Eng­lish and French as their first lan­guage. Ad­di­tion­ally there were 0.2% who re­ported both French and a non-of­fi­cial lan­guage as their mother tongue. As of 2016, In­dige­nous peo­plescom­prised 6.1% of the pop­u­la­tion and vis­i­ble mi­nori­ties con­tributed 1.4%. The largest vis­i­ble mi­nor­ity groups in Sague­nay are Black (0.5%), Arab (0.2%), Chi­nese (0.2%) and Latin Amer­i­can (0.2%). The area is home to about 405 re­cent im­mi­grants (i.e. those ar­riv­ing be­tween 2011 and 2016), who com­prise about 0.3% of the total population. In 2011, 91.5% of the pop­u­la­tion iden­ti­fied as Catholic while about 6% said they had no re­li­gious af­fil­i­a­tion. Bap­tists and Mus­limsboth...

    Sague­nay's economy is in transition. It is in­creas­ingly based on de­vel­op­ing re­search and teach­ing in ap­plied tech­nolo­gies for energy, alu­minum, bo­real for­est, ge­nomics and bio­med­ical sci­ences. Sague­nay has three large in­dus­trial parks to­tal­ing 8,496,138 square me­tres (91,451,670 sq ft) of com­mer­cial fa­cil­i­ties: five city cen­tres and shop­ping cen­tres, six shop­ping cen­tres, power cen­tres, and five major com­mer­cial ar­ter­ies. Sague­nay, in the bor­ough of La Baie, opened a pier in 2006 fol­lowed by the Bagotville wharf cruise ter­mi­nal in 2009, in order to ac­com­mo­date some of the larger cruise ships such as MS Eu­ro­dam and Queen Mary 2. So far 200 cruise ships have vis­ited La Baie, in­clud­ing 54 ships and over 50,000 pas­sen­gers in 2017. In ad­di­tion, Rio Tinto Alcan con­firmed in De­cem­ber 2010 in­vest­ment of 750 mil­lion dol­lars to up­grade its pilot plant in Jon­quière AP-60.The plant was es­ti­mated to be 40% more pro­duc­tive than...

    The city has been home to the QMJHL's Chicoutimi Saguenéens since 1973. They play at the Cen­tre Georges-Vézina in the bor­ough of Chicoutimi. In 2008, the LNAH pro­fes­sional team Saint-Jean-sur-Riche­lieu Sum­mun-Chiefs moved to Sague­nay and be­came the Sague­nay 98.3. The team is now called Jon­quière Mar­quis.

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    The mayor of Sague­nay is Josée Néron who was elected in the 2017 mu­nic­i­pal elec­tion. Jean Trem­blay had pre­vi­ously served as mayor of Sague­nay from 2002 until the mu­nic­i­pal merger of 2002 until 2017. He was also mayor of the now de­funct city of Chicoutimi from 1997 until 2001. The gov­ern­ing body of Sague­nay is Sague­nay City Coun­cil, which con­sists of the mayor and 15 city coun­cil­lors. The coun­cil­lors are elected from sin­gle-mem­ber dis­tricts. The city's three bor­oughs...

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    Fed­er­ally, Sague­nay is part of two elec­toral dis­tricts. The rid­ing of Chicoutimi—Le Fjord, which in­cludes the bor­oughs of Chicoutimi and La Baie as well as the most of the Le Fjord-du-Sague­nay Re­gional County Mu­nic­i­pal­ity, is rep­re­sented by Richard Mar­tel of the Con­ser­v­a­tive Party of Canada. The rid­ing of Jon­quière, which in­cludes the bor­ough of Jon­quière as well as the south­ern part and parts of the Le Fjord-du-Sague­nay RCM, is rep­re­sented by Karine Trudel of th...

    Thrice weekly pas­sen­ger rail­way ser­vice is pro­vided by VIA Rail Canada on the Mon­treal–Jon­quière train, which runs from Mon­treal Cen­tral Sta­tion to Jon­quière sta­tion. The city is also served by the Bagotville Air­port, which shares the aero­drome of Cana­dian Forces Base Bagotville. It op­er­ates daily flights to Mon­treal-Trudeau In­ter­na­tional Air­port as well as flights to Que­bec City and Sept-Îles. It op­er­ates sea­sonal flights to Cancún, Mex­ico, and va­ca­tion des­ti­na­tions in Cuba. An­other air­field, Chicoutimi/Saint-Honoré Aero­dromefor­mer air force base, is lo­cated to the north of the city. A pier in La Baie has been in op­er­a­tion since 2008 to ac­com­mo­date cruise ships and tourists. The pro­ject re­quired in­vest­ment of about $33.75 mil­lion for the con­struc­tion of a 370-me­tre (1,210 ft) wharf, a vis­i­tor cen­tre ($5 mil­lion) and a port village. Sague­nay de­rives power from its water resources.The city owns three hy­dro­elec­tric power sta­...

    The fran­coph­one pri­mary and sec­ondary pub­lic schools of Sague­nay are man­aged by two boards, the School Board of Jon­quière, which has 11,015 students and the school board of Rives-du-Sague­nay, with 11,048 students.These fig­ures in­clude 38 pri­mary schools, seven sec­ondary schools and five vo­ca­tional train­ing cen­tres in the city, and in­sti­tu­tions of neigh­bor­ing mu­nic­i­pal­i­ties of Upper and Lower Sague­nay. The pri­vate el­e­men­tary Apos­tolic School of Chicoutimi has 160 stu­dents. The Sem­i­nary of Chicoutimi has 1,100 high school stu­dents. Sague­nay also has pri­mary and sec­ondary schools in Eng­lish, with 200 stu­dents; River­side Re­gional School is the re­spon­si­bil­ity of the Cen­tral Québec School Board. At the col­lege level, Sague­nay has two col­leges, lo­cated in Jon­quière and in Chicoutimi, with a com­bined 5,500 students.In ad­di­tion to of­fer­ing pre-uni­ver­sity pro­grams, and sim­i­lar cur­ric­ula, each of the schools has unique pro­grams...

    Cul­tural events in the Sague­nay re­gion in­clude the Sague­nay In­ter­na­tional Short Film Fes­ti­val (French: Re­gard sur le court mé­trage au Saguenay).

  7. Saguenay (Quebec) – Wikipedia

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    Saguenay (Quebec) Saguenay ( ransk. Ville de Saguenay) on Québecin provinssissa Kanadassa sijaitseva kaupunki, jonka väkiluku on 145 949 (2016). Se sijaitsee 200 kilometriä pohjoiseen Québecin kaupungista. Kaupunki muodostettiin 18. helmikuuta 2002 liittämällä yhteen Chicoutimin, Jonquièren, La Baien ja Laterrièren kaupungit sekä Lac ...

  8. Chicoutimi Saguenéens - Wikipedia

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    The Chicoutimi Saguenéens are a junior ice hockey team which plays in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL). The team is based out of Chicoutimi, Quebec, Canada (now a part of the city of Saguenay) and owned by the City of Saguenay.

  9. saguenay quebec wikipedia - Yahoo Search Results

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    Saguenay Fjord National Park (French: parc national du Fjord-du-Saguenay) is a national park located in Quebec, Canada.Located in the regions of Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean, Charlevoix, Côte-Nord, and Bas-Saint-Laurent, the park is situated along the eastern end of the Saguenay River and adjoins the Saguenay–St. Lawrence Marine Park for over 100 km (60 mi.).

  10. CFB Bagotville - Wikipedia

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    Canadian Forces Base Bagotville ( IATA: YBG, ICAO: CYBG ), commonly referred to as CFB Bagotville, and also known as Bagotville Airport or Saguenay-Bagotville Airport, is a Canadian Forces base located 4.5 nautical miles (8.3 km; 5.2 mi) west of Bagotville in the city of Saguenay. Located in the centre of Quebec, less than 200 km (120 mi) north ...

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