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In Quebec City, the 16 inches (40 cm) received in 24 hours were 4 centimeters short of its worst in such a period, the record being the same date as Montreal’s worst 24-hour snowfall, March 4, 1971. General accumulations in Quebec and northeastern Ontario were between 8 to 16 inches (20–40 cm) from the Timmins region to east of Quebec City.

Albert Cartier. Albert Cartier, born November 22, 1960, in Vesoul, Haute-Saône, is a former football player and current manager. He was fired from FC Brussels on January 2008 for bad results and did not reach a new agreement with RAEC Mons.

After completing her primary education in Cherbourg, she went to Paris where she took a course at the Ecole Libre des Sciences Politiques. She gained two degrees in philosophy. Simultaneously with her studies, she regularly frequented cabaret clubs such as Le Tabou and La Rose Rouge.

Cop in the Hood. Cop in the Hood: My Year Policing Baltimore’s Eastern District is a book written in 2008 by a former Baltimore police officer, Peter Moskos. In this book Peter describes his one year working in Baltimore’s Eastern District.

During this period, he was also the first European monarch to visit the United States. A passionate alpinist, King Albert I died in a mountaineering accident while climbing alone on the Roche du Vieux Bon Dieu at Marche-les-Dames, in the Ardennes region of Belgium near Namur.

Their album Up The Workers! was rated one of the Daily Mirror ’s top twenty albums of 2011. Thee Faction’s debut album At Ebbw Vale was released in 2010. Dubbed ‘rhythm and booze’ and ‘timely’ by Simon Price in The Independent it was rated 810 in Vive Le Rock. Is This Music? praised the record, comparing the band to Dr. Feelgood.