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an early French settler in the Maritimes

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Built between 1939 and 1940 as the Monument of Recognition, Our Lady of the Assumption Cathedral is a symbol of the achievements and resilience of Acadians. It recounts their history in decorative elements, such as the tower sculpture of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary, patron saint of Acadie, capitals sculpted by Acadians, and stained glass windows depicting both secular and religious events in the history of Acadie, including the creation of the Acadian flag.
Now, researchers at the University of Missouri, Columbia, have found that the Acadian flycatcher is at risk of severe population decline--across the 96,000,000-acre Central Hardwoods Region--within the century if the climate continues to warm.
In the health care space, Lafayette-based Acadian Ambulance Service agreed to acquire Memphis-based Emergency Mobile Health Care (EMHC).
In response to the court decision on April 28, 2017, an Order in Council (OIC 2017-158) was issued establishing a commission to inquire into certain matters concerning effective electoral representation for Acadian and African Nova Scotians in Nova Scotia.
Literary scholars from the province look at five periods of creativity there from the 1780s to the 1990s (the periods of Loyalist awakening, emergent Acadian nationalism, Confederation awakening, mid-century emergent modernism, and modernity and urbanity in Acadian literature), and material and symbolic factors affecting change, such as influential teachers and schools, institutional apparatuses, writers and critics, social climate, material wealth, access to other cultures and cosmopolitanism, political awareness of the importance of arts in social health, stimulation by others, and the idea that culture is a fundamental human right.
In the 1970s the Parti Acadien, a francophone nationalist party, proposed the creation of an Acadian province as an alternative to official bilingualism.
6200 Sears LLC, led by Andrew Holbert, purchased its namesake Little Rock address, home to Acadian Building Products, for $1.1 million.
Acadian Asset Management LLC, a firm specializing in active global and international investing, has added Catherine Canney, who has joined as director of corporate & digital marketing, the company said.
Francophone Quebecer, Acadian and Franco-Ontarian participants were born and lived in Quebec, New Brunswick and Ontario, respectively.
These advances, together with recognition of the importance of faulting in regional tectonism, lead to a refined model of Ganderian terranes as sediment sources for the intervening cover sequences, aid in interpreting Late Ordovician-Silurian paleogeography, and suggest roles of the Cambrian-Ordovician terranes during Salinic and later Acadian deformation.
Seeley tracked them to Acadian Seaplants Limited, a Canadian corporation that has been harvesting rockweed in Nova Scotia for decades.
Francois Pares and Winfried Siemerling's essays continue Rak's preoccupation about belonging but from Acadian and Quebec black cultural geographies respectively.
Acadian Asset Management (UK) Ltd, the London based subsidiary of Acadian Asset Management LLC, the $60 billion specialist quantitative active global equity investor headquartered in Boston, today announced the appointment of Ian Shea as Director of Middle East Sales and Client Service.
Antonine Maillet (PA[c]lagie-la-Charrette; Don l'Orignal) is perhaps best known for La Sagouine, an icon of Acadian literature, translated from the French by Wayne Grady in this new edition.
More than 1,000 birdwatchers landed by the sea in their bid to glimpse an acadian flycatcher.