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ⓘ Frelighsburg, Quebec




Frelighsburg, Quebec
                                     

ⓘ Frelighsburg, Quebec

Frelighsburg is a municipality in the Brome-Missisquoi Regional County Municipality, which is part of the administrative region of the Monteregie of Quebec, Canada. Its population, as of the Canada 2011 Census, was 1.094. The area was historically considered to be part of the Eastern Townships.

Frelighsburg is situated at the foot of the mountain peak, which is part of the ridge Sutton of the Appalachian mountains.

                                     
  • The West Berkshire Frelighsburg Border Crossing connects the town of Frelighsburg Quebec with the western portion of Berkshire, Vermont on the Canada United
  • The Pinnacle French: Le Pinacle is a mountain in Frelighsburg Quebec Canada. The mountain has an elevation of 712 metres 2, 336 ft and covers an area
  • Lawrence River in Quebec Its northern terminus is in Stanbridge East at the junction of Route 202 and its southern terminus is in Frelighsburg where it crosses
  • short two - lane north south highway in the province of Quebec Canada, which starts in Frelighsburg at the junction of Route 237 and ends in Dunham at the
  • 1919 was a Canadian politician in the province of Quebec Born in Saint - Armand - Est Frelighsburg Canada East, the son of United Empire Loyalists Ambrose
  • Mont Pinacle may refer to: Mount Pinacle in Coaticook, Quebec Canada Mount Pinnacle in Frelighsburg Quebec Canada Pinnacle disambiguation
  • Le Pinacle may refer to: Le Pinacle, Coaticook, Quebec Canada Le Pinacle, Frelighsburg Quebec Canada Le Pinacle in Jersey, Europe Pinnacle disambiguation
  • Montreal, Portland and Boston Railway Company. It was built from Frelighsburg Quebec to Sheldon, Vermont in 1882. At Sheldon Junction it connected with
  • agent in the region of Huntingdon, Quebec he was later a teacher in Frelighsburg Quebec and in Pointe - Claire, Quebec He was assistant director of Protestant
  • Flaguais as Evelyne s parents Bertin and Agathe. The film was shot in Frelighsburg Quebec in early 1994. The film premiered at the Montreal World Film Festival