Théberge or Theberge may refer to:
Carole Théberge is a marketing professional and former political figure in Quebec. She represented Lévis in the Quebec National Assembly as a Liberal from 2003 to 2007.
Greg Ray Theberge is a Canadian broadcaster and former professional ice hockey player. A defenceman, Theberge was drafted 109th overall in 1979 by the Washington Capitals. He played his entire NHL career with the Capitals, also playing for their AHL farm team affiliate the Hershey Bears.
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Madonna most commonly refers to:
The National Gallery of Canada, located in the capital city of Ottawa, Ontario, is Canada's premier art gallery.
Madeleine Meilleur is a Canadian nurse, lawyer and former politician in Ontario, Canada. She was a Liberal member of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario from 2003 to 2016. She represented the riding of Ottawa—Vanier. She was a cabinet minister in the governments of Dalton McGuinty and Kathleen Wynne.
The United States women's national ice hockey team is controlled by USA Hockey. The U.S. has been one of the most successful women's ice hockey teams in international play, having won gold or silver in every major tournament with the exception of the 2006 Winter Olympics, where they captured bronze. As of 2018, the U.S. has 75,832 female players.
Latin American Canadians are Canadians who are descendants of people from countries of Latin America. The majority of Latin American Canadians are multilingual, primarily speaking Spanish or Portuguese. Most are fluent in one or both of Canada's two official languages, English and French. Spanish, Portuguese and French are Romance languages and share some similarities in morphology and syntax.
Richard Arès, was a French Canadian humanist and writer.
The Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages of the Canadian government is responsible for achieving the objectives of, and promoting, Canada's Official Languages Act. Canada has two official languages: English and French.
Grover Covington is a former Canadian Football League defensive end for the Hamilton Tiger-Cats and member of the Canadian Football Hall of Fame.
The 37th National Assembly of Quebec, Canada, was elected in the Quebec general election, 2003, and sat from June 4, 2003 to March 10, 2006 and March 14, 2006 to February 21, 2007.
Christian Lévesque is a politician from Quebec, Canada. He was an Action démocratique du Québec Member of the National Assembly for the electoral district of Lévis from 2007 to 2008.
Danny Bass is a former linebacker for the Toronto Argonauts in 1980, Calgary Stampeders from 1981–1983 and the Edmonton Eskimos from 1984-1991 of the Canadian Football League. He won a Grey Cup for the Eskimos and played in another two for them. Bass was voted one of the CFL's top 50 players (#44) by Canadian sports network TSN.
Témiscamingue is a former provincial electoral district in the Abitibi-Témiscamingue region of Quebec, Canada.
Paul Masotti is a former professional Canadian football player and current front office executive with the Canadian Football League Toronto Argonauts. Masotti played the wide receiver position for 12 seasons with the Toronto Argonauts, from 1988 to 1999, retiring just before the 2000 season to join the Argos front office first as Executive Vice-President, and then as General Manager.
James Daniel Theberge was a United States ambassador to Nicaragua (1975–1977) and Chile (1982–1985).
Gérard Théberge was a Canadian ice hockey player who competed in the 1956 Winter Olympics.
Linda Goupil is a former Canadian politician, who represented the electoral district of Lévis in the National Assembly of Quebec from 1998 to 2003. First elected in the 1998 provincial election, she sat as a member of the Parti Québécois caucus, and served in the Executive Council of Quebec as Minister of Justice from 1998 to 2001.
Doug is a male personal name. It is sometimes a given name, but more often it is hypocorism which takes the place of a given name, usually Douglas. Notable people with the name include:
Raymond Théberge is the ninth President and Vice-Chancellor of the Université de Moncton from June 1, 2012 to January 26, 2018, and the Commissioner of Official Languages of Canada since January 29, 2018.