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ⓘ Lac-Drolet, Quebec




Lac-Drolet, Quebec
                                     

ⓘ Lac-Drolet, Quebec

Lac-Drolet is a municipality in the Municipalite regionale de comte du Granit in Estrie, Quebec, Canada. Population is 1.108 as of 2006.

Following a minor battle, opposing British police and Lower canadian rebels, was fought at Lac-Drole during the war patriots in 1838. The battle had little impact on the war, and was captured about 50 insurgents and three were hanged.

                                     
  • professional ice hockey centre Lac - Drolet Quebec village of 1, 100 people in Le Granit Regional County Municipality in the Estrie region in Quebec Canada
  • Elzear s death, Adine adopted Fafard - Drolet as her surname. She died in Lac - Etchemin, Quebec By 1903, Fafard - Drolet a dramatic soprano, was appearing
  • a Canadian scientist. He is the first Chief Scientist of Quebec Born in Lac - Drolet Quebec Quirion received a Ph.D. from Universite de Sherbrooke in
  • Saint - Methode - de - Frontenac in French Banque de noms de lieux du Quebec entree Lac - Drolet in French Banque de noms de lieux du Quebec entree Audet in French
  • region of Quebec Canada. As of its final election, it included the municipalities of East Angus, Cookshire - Eaton, Lac - Megantic, Weedon, Lac - Drolet and Chartierville
  • north south course until the source of the Chaudiere in Megantic Lake, in Lac - Megantic. Lac - Megantic Frontenac Audet Saint - Ludger Saint - Gedeon - de - Beauce Saint - Martin
  • Saint - Sylvestre Saint - Narcisse Lyster Laurierville Megantic Audet Frontenac Lac - Drolet Lac - Megantic Marston Milan Nantes Piopolis Saint - Sebastien Sainte - Cecile - de - Whitton
  • Vermillion Ruisseau du Lac au Lard Lac au Lard Doucet River Jeannotte River via Lac au Lard Serpentine River Propre River, Quebec Tawachiche River Tawachiche
  • Township municipality of Marston the municipalities of Audet, Frontenac, Lac - Drolet Milan, Nantes, Notre - Dames - des - Bois, Piopolis, Sainte - Cecile - de - Whitton
  • Census. Quebec s largest and smallest municipalities are Sainte - Sophie and Saint - Benoit - du - Lac with populations of 15, 690 and 32 respectively. Quebec s largest