The Honorable Bradford LePage, 28e Lieutenant-Governor of Prince Edward Island from 1 October 1939 to 30 May 1945.
Catherine Lepage was a smiling and funny little girl who drew a lot. Bigger, she wants to continue having fun. The solution is simple and the talent is there: she studies graphic design at the Cégep de Sainte-Foy and obtains her DEC. Graphics are good; illustration is even better. Our young graduate is therefore leaving to improve her illustration skills in France, at the École Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs in Strasbourg.
"She was born in Lachute in 1945. She won first prize on the program Découvertes (CFTM) in 1965, the public who gave a warm welcome to her records, she had some successes like" Love does not wait, Bang Bang, Senor et senorita ". Claire Lepage was elected revelation of the year at the 1966 Artists' Gala. She abandoned her career at the start of the 70s".
Dumont Lepage, son of Norbert Lepage and Laure Sasseville, was born on November 3, 1903 in Sainte-Anne-des-Monts. Her parents come to Vonda, Sask. in 1909. Dumont attended the separate village school and continued his secondary studies at the Collège de Saint-Boniface, before taking a course in commerce at a specialized institute in Prince Albert. He was interested in Franco-Canadian organizations, and particularly in promoting the broadcasting of bilingual and French programs on state radio in the West. He was also interested in the material progress of his adopted village, Gravelbourg. He served as president of the local Chamber of Commerce for several years. He died on February 19, 1974.
Father Ernest Lepage, son of Athanase Lepage and Marie Dubé, was born in Rimouski, June 1, 1905. After his first studies, he did his classical course and his theological studies at the Petit and Grand Séminaires de Rimouski and was ordained a priest by Bishop Georges Courchesne, November 3, 1929. He occupied various ministries in the diocese of Rimouski. In 1933, he undertook agronomic studies in Sainte-Anne-de-la-Pocatière. He returned with the title of BSA in 1936. If he acquired an enviable reputation in his various ministries, it was however as a botanist that he became famous. In 1943, Laval University awarded him a master's degree in science; in 1974, he received the Marie-Victorin medal for services rendered to Botany; in 1977, the University of Quebec at Rimouski awarded him an honorary doctorate; finally in 1979, he was awarded the Order of Merit of Agronomists.
He died in Rimouski on January 4, 1981, at the age of 75 years and 7 months.
Father Ernest Lepage, biography
François Lepage, Jeweler, Lévis
Françoise Lepage has focused her professional life around books and writing, first as a librarian, then as a translator in librarianship and archival science.
Actor, director and director, Gilbert Lepage has been director of the Conservatoire d'art dramatique de Montréal since April 2, 2002. To name just a few of his functions, he was general and artistic director of the Théâtre populaire du Québec and of the Théâtre d'Aujourd'hui, artistic director of the Beaumont Saint-Michel Theater and the Bateau-Théâtre L'Escale. For several years, he was vice-president of Théâtre associés inc. (TAI). He was a director on the board of directors of the Conseil des arts de Montréal and president of the Theater sector. He also taught for several years at the National Theater School and in the Theater options of the University of Quebec in Montreal.
Guy A. Lepage
Guy A. Lepage (real name Guy), son of Jean Lepage and Lyette Balthazar, was born in Montreal on August 30, 1960. Author, composer, actor, performer, producer Guy A Lepage is an artist of great reputation, very well known especially for his many roles on TV, among others in a Guy a Girl to name only this show.
Henri Lepage, son of Cyprien Lepage and Eugénie Pineault, was born in Rimouski on July 14, 1901. Accountant by profession. Like his brother Paul, he was particularly interested in radio and television. To name just a few of his many functions, he was one of the founding directors of the Canadian Association of French-language Radio and Television (ACRTF), which brings together private stations that broadcast in the French language. For several years, he was a member of the Board of Directors of the Canadian Association of Broadcasters (CAB-CAB). He died on August 26, 1969.
Singer-songwriter: Marc Lepage was born in the parish of Saint-Pascal-de-Maizeret, Quebec, but spent most of his childhood in Beauport
Marie-Chantal Lepage was sous chef at Château Bonne Entente, chef at Bastille Chez Bahüaud and at Melrose. In 1994, the Manoir Montmorency called on his services. She has been working there ever since, as executive chef, with her team which, in high season, numbers around thirty people.
In June 2003, she went to Beyrout, Lebanon, where she was invited by the Canadian Embassy to present the finest products of Canadian cuisine. On this occasion, she presented an à la carte menu featuring salmon from the Canadian Far North, Vancouver crab, NB scallops, duck foie gras, Yukon red deer, red deer and guinea fowl. from Quebec, pimbina jelly, veal, rabbit, and many other delicious culinary specialties from Canada.
She has represented Quebec and the Manoir Montmorency on many occasions: Japan, Detroit, Chicago, New York and San Francisco. Ms. Lepage has accumulated honors and trophies thanks to her great qualities as a chef and organizer of prestigious events. (Le Soleil June 2003).
President of the Canadian Federation of Chefs (FCCC)
Norbert Lepage, son of Dumont Lepage and Rose-Délima Loiselle, was born in Saskatoon, Sask. On June 27, 1932. He attended Collège Mathieu, in Gravelbourg, Sask. He also attended the Royal Military College of St-Jean in Quebec. Among his many functions, he was Director General of the Saskatchewan Cooperation Council from 1985 to 1987, where he has served on the Board of Directors since 1988. He also sat on the National Board of Directors from 1993 to 1997. Great Cooperator of Saskatchewan, Norbert Lepage was decorated with the Order of Canadian Cooperative Merit at the 56th Annual CKC Congress on Saturday June 29, 2002, in Regina (Saskatchewan).
Marquise Lepage is a director and screenwriter for film and television. These achievements, appreciated by local and international critics, have won numerous awards at home and abroad.
She has made two feature films: Marie Goes Away in Town and La fête des rois, a children's series; many documentaries including The Forgotten Garden and Hopscotch and Little Girls, recipients of several gémeaux including that of best documentary.
More recently, she has just produced several documents for television: a documentary on breast cancer: By all the breasts (canal-vie and TVA); a historical fresco on slavery in New France: Le Rouge et le Noir au Service du Blanc (TéléQuébec) and a biography on Jacques Parizeau:
The man behind the three-piece suit (Radio-Canada).
Marquise has a master's degree in film studies from the University of Montreal, a Bacc. in Communications, specializing in cinema, from UQAM, a DEC in social sciences from Cégep de St-Jérôme. She did an internship in animation cinema in Annecy, France.
Marquise is a native of Chénéville, Qc. She is the daughter of Angélo Lepage and Juliette Barnes.
Monik Lepage was born in St-Narcisse on August 16, 1941. She now lives in Le Bic, is married and has five children. His interest in the cultural world was manifested simultaneously with his involvement in the establishment of the municipal library in collaboration with the BCP in 1976 and as a volunteer manager until 1991.
Paul Lepage, son of Cyprien Lepage and Eugénie Pineault, was born in Rimouski on January 31, 1906. He has always been interested in promoting radio and television. He was one of the founding members of the ACRTF (the Canadian Association of French-language Radio and Television) which brings together French-language broadcasters. His organizational skills, his civic spirit and his great energy have made him a valuable member of several local and provincial associations, in particular the Young Chamber of Commerce. He died in 1961.
"Holder at the age of twenty of a BA in Letters from Laval University, Roland Lepage made his debut in theater in Quebec, with Pierre Boucher and Paul Hébert. After having studied and worked in theater in France, he continued in Quebec for several years an actor career on the stage, on the radio and on television, especially in programs for the young ".
Yves LEPAGE Full Professor, Ph.D. (Montreal 1972), Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, University of Montreal.
Gaston Lepage is from Saint-Félicien in Lac-Saint-Jean. He is an actor whose reputation is well established. Graduated from the Conservatory of Dramatic Art in 1974, he has played leading roles in theater and television. He is known throughout Quebec. Until very recently, he hosted the morning show Les 3 Mousquetaires on Radio-Canada with Chantal Lamarre and Louis-Georges Girard. Gaston Lepage is also passionate about aviation in the deepest sense of the word. He was among the first members (the 155e) of the Association of Bush Pilots of Quebec
Gilles Lepage was born in Rimouski on September 30, 1946.
He holds a diploma in business administration from the Université de Moncton. In 1969, he began working as an auditor for the Fédération des caisses populaires acadiennes. His professional skills and leadership allow him to easily climb the ranks within the Federation. He was appointed in turn, follow-up director in 1973, manager of the United Verification and Inspection Services and manager of the Acadian Cooperation Council in 1978.
In addition to his duties as manager, in 1988 he became responsible for the Office de stabilization et de la technologie for the network of Caisses populaires acadiennes. The same year, he was also appointed vice-president and chief operating officer of the Federation. Six years later (January 1994), he was appointed to the prestigious position of President and Chief Executive Officer of the Mouvement des caisses populaires acadiennes. In particular, Mr. Lepage set up a new structure including the creation of two holding companies: Financière Acadie Inc. and Société des services Acadie Inc.
Devoted to his community and a great visionary for the future of Acadia, Mr. Lepage was awarded the title of Alumnus of the Year from the Faculty of Administration of the Université de Moncton at his 34th banquet. He was also recognized by the prestigious Canadian magazine MacLean's as one of 10 Canadian personalities who have made remarkable contributions to their community. In May 2004, he received an honorary doctorate in business administration from the Université de Moncton.
Mr. Lepage currently sits on several boards of directors such as the CUMIS group, the Province of New Brunswick retirement fund, the Blue Cross, the Atlantic Provinces Chamber of Commerce, the Atlantic Institute for Market Research (Atlantic Institute for Market Studies), and the Fondation des Jeux de l'Acadie.
Mr. Lepage is married with three children and lives in Caraquet, New Brunswick.
Robert Lepage, son of Fernand Lepage and Germaine Robitaille, was born in Quebec on December 12, 1957. He entered the Conservatoire d'art dramatique de Quebec in 1975. In 1978, he went to Paris to pursue studies with Alain Knapp. In 1980, he joined the Théâtre Repère, a Quebec company in which he established himself, in a few years, as one of the main creative forces in the country. . To know more:
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