October 5, 2022

Saint-Antoine

Louis Joseph Robichaud
Biography, History

Louis Joseph Robichaud

Louis Joseph Robichaud was born to Amédée and Eugénie "Annie" Robichaud on October 21, 1925, in the village of Saint-Antoine. From his first marriage to Lorraine Savoie of Néguac, he had three sons and one daughter: Jean-Claude, Paul, René and…

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Church of Saint-Anthony-the-Hermit
Churches, History

Church of Saint-Anthony-the-Hermit

The Church of Saint-Anthony-the-Hermit in the Village of Saint-Antoine, is designated as a local heritage site for its value with regards to the determination for a permanent religious aspect in the village, by building a large stone church in 1923. Since…

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Saint-Antoine
History, Landmarks

Saint-Antoine

The Village of Saint-Antoine numbers some 1770 inhabitants, of which 84% are French-speaking. The municipality is situated 34 km north of Moncton. It is located in the Mi'kmaq Historical Territory, specifically in the Sigenigteoag District, which includes the present east…

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