Did you know that…
1- Lepage glue (LePage'Glue)
The inventor is William Nelson Le Page, born on 25 August 1849, in Prince Edward Island, he made a career as a chemist in Gloucester, Mass., USA. He died in Vancouver, September 14 1919 at the age of 70 years. lepages glue
2- Royal LePage
Royal LePage owes its name to the merger of Royal Trust and a real estate company, led by its founder Albert A. Lepage, real estate agent. Albert A. Lepage started his business in Toronto with 1913. Today Royal LePage spans throughout America, with more than 8000 real estate agents and 550 offices.
3- Girls of the King
"Thus, thanks to their tenacity and courage, inherited from their ancestors, the" daughters of the king ", with their predecessors, are the mothers of the French-Canadian people, who have ensured the survival and preservation of their moral and cultural heritage. The descendants of these humble women do not have to blush or deny them, but must be proud of them. "
There was Constance Lepage, the sister of Germain and Louis as well as Mary Rogère:Daughters of the king
4- Jacques Cartier: explorer
5- The Carignan-Salières Regiment, arrived in Quebec City in the summer 1665
Our Ancestors Germain and Louis were they part of it? According to the list of soldiers, there was no Lepage. Regiment
6- The Lepage monument at the entrance to the city of Rimouski
The Lepage monument in Rimouski was designed by a well-known architect from Rimouski: Firmin Lepage. Firmin, a native of Ste-Blandine, did his primary studies at Ste-Blandine and his classical studies at the Rimouski seminar (1945-1953). He then studied architecture at the School of Architecture of the University of Montreal. He died on 25 September 2001 in Rimouski.
Firmin Lepage has been involved in the construction and renovation of religious, cultural and administrative buildings carrying out more than 69 projects of this nature in the Bas-Saint-Laurent and Gaspésie regions. He designed, among other things, the plans for the construction or renovation of many churches, including the renovation of the Rimouski Cathedral in 1967. He also directed the Battlefield Restigouche Interpretation Center in Pointe-à-la-Croix (1985). He is also responsible for the Lepage monument at the entrance to the city of Rimouski.
7- The cross road called "The Maurice Lepage Cross"
This cross road, located at 7-8 rank in St-Marcellin-de-Rimouski, was built in 1918 by Alfred Lepage.
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