Val-d`Or

town, Abitibi-Témiscamingue region, western Quebec province, Canada. Val-d`Or lies near Lakes Blouin, de Montigny, and Lemoine. Although its name ...
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Val-d`Or

[Huard] Val-d`Or (Huard) Water Aerodrome {airport codes||||CVB6} is located on the Thompson River, southwest of Val-d`Or, Quebec, Canada. ...
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Val-d`Or

Val-d`Or (vald‿ɔʁ, local) is a city in Quebec, Canada with a population of 31,862 inhabitants according to the Canada 2011 Census. The city is located in the Abitibi-Témiscamingue region near La Vérendrye Wildlife Reserve. ==History== Gold was discovered in the area in 1923. The name of the town is French for `Valley of Gold.` While gold ......
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Val-d`Or

[St-Pierre] Val-d`Or (Saint-Pierre) Water Aerodrome {airport codes||||CSP7} is located on the Thompson River, {Convert|1.9|NM|lk=in} west of Val-d`Or, Quebec, Canada. ...
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