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Capsule # 00-A - The Known Mattes  -  by claudematte|ALL

The  well-known Matte               

Sport

          Kristian Matte (born September 3, 1985 in St-Hubert) is a professional Canadian football player for the Montreal Alouettes of the Canadian football league offensive lineman. He was drafted 7th par les Alouettes au repackage 2010 and signed with the team after participle a minicamp à la NFL de Texans de HoustonHe has played for college football for the Concordia Stingers.  À 6’ 4¨ and 296 livres, He can do the job much longer.    

John Mat '61, M. Ed. 67, Wind Crest, au Texas, has been selected for his induction into the Hall of Fame in 2012 Montana Indian sport. John was born in St. Ignace and is a member of the Flathead tribe. A former player of football and baseball Griz, John was elected co-captain his senior year and was named outstanding lineman. John trained as an assistant at UM, then entered the army of the United States, earning a commission ROTC sub-lieutenant. While he was assigned to the command of the Yukon in Alaska, he has excelled as a responsible for sports, won praise for his rodeo participation, and has been selected all-around cowboy in 1965.  After serving honorably, John left the service and moved to San Antonio, Texas, where he was football coach from high school for three years before starting a successful 37-year career in real estate. He was the broker of the year in 1978 and 1979.

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         Like long time St. Louis Flyers team mate Joe Carbol, Joe Matte finally got a chance to play in the NHL in 1942-43 thanks to World War II. Both Matte and Carbol got their only games in the NHL thanks to the Hawks depleted blue line due to World War II. Matte appeared in  12 games, picking up 2 assists. Bourget, Ontario's Joe Matte, the father of NFL football player  Tom Matte, should not be not confused with Vankleek Hill, Ontario's Joe Matte. That Joe Matte also played in the National Hockey League a good decade earlier. Joe Matte suffered  from emphysema and died in Los Angeles in 1988.

Joe Matte or Joseph Alexandre, born March 6, 1893 in Bourget in Ontario at the Canada and died June 13, 1961, is an ice hockey player canadian

Position: Defender     Lance: right            Weight: 165lbs      Size: 5'11 ''

Joe Matte debuted in various small clubs Montreal and Ontario before to engage with the Hamilton Tigers season 1918-1919.

After a season in the Ontario hockey Association Senior League, Joe Matte joined the Saint-Patrick in Toronto, in the national hockey League.There is only one season in this team, before returning on loan, with the Tigers, who have integrated the NHL. In 1920, he was traded to the Montreal Canadiens in the company of George Prodgers and Jack Coughlin against Jack McDonald, Harry Mummery and Dave Ritchie, but having never been established, he returned to the Tigers. There two seasons in Hamilton, before bind with the Saskatoon Crescents in the Western Canada Hockey League. At the beginning of the 1923-1924 season, he knows a new team, the Vancouver Maroons of the hockey Association of the Pacific coast, with whom he went to the Stanley Cup finals, which they lost to the Montreal Canadiens. After another season with the Maroons, who then played in the WCHL, he returned to the NHL with the Boston Bruins. There is only a part of the 1925-1926 season in Boston, before being selected by the Montreal Canadiens, where he puts an end to his career. He died June 13, 1961, at the age of 68. Joe Matte teammates: Aurel Joliat, Howie Morenz, Georges Vézina

The 1912 team photo, taken may 12 or 13 March, between the two games against Moncton. Eddie Oatman (inset) is sick and misses the match from 13. At the center to the right, Eugène Matte, Treasurer of the club. Cup O' Brien, absent from the photo.

Cup O' Brien, the NHA Championship trophy arrived that 18.

Champion of the Stanley Cup in 1912 and 1913,  The Quebec Bulldogs.

Eugène Matte, appears in the journal Le Soleil of Quebec from March 7, 1912, under the title 'The triumphant group'. On 21 February 1918, it is the initiative of the friendly game between the Canadian and the Bulldogs for the Red Cross.

René Matte is an ice hockey player born June 8, 1972 in the Canada. He is currently coach to the Hockey Club Fribourg-Gottéron in Switzerland. He is the twin brother of Louis Matte, assistant of the Genève - Servette Hockey Club coach. Quebec Remparts (as assistant coach)

  2002 - 2004 : Chicoutimi Saguenéens (head coach)   Shawinigan Cataractes (assistant coach)   2011 - : Hockey Club Fribourg-Gottéron head coach

Business

Holder of a Master’s degree in industrial psychology and organizational health, Richard Matte has also made studies at the MBA level business. He worked as a Senior Advisor and industrial psychologist within two firms deemed before founding Matte Group Council in 1988.    

Welcome to planting René Matte

 It is what proposes René Matte, which invites to come pick themselves their Christmas tree on his plantation of 28 acres in Saint-Basile, Portneuf County, Quebec, Canada in December.

Mr. Matte appears very proud of its FIR. "Many of my trees, said, have developed a beautiful bluish color as seldom seen." He who takes care of its planting since 2002, has always loved the FIR.

"The idea behind the self-picking, says Mr. Matte, is done as in time: take a family day, outdoors, go into the forest and cut down a tree with a hand saw.

Mr. Matte pointed out that "when buying a Christmas tree in the store, you never know when what is it has been picked. In addition, natural FIR, compared to the artificial tree from petrochemicals, is 100% biodegradable, has people from us working and less-known fact, it sanitizes the air because it contains antibacterial substances (which kill the bacteria). So many good reasons to go pick yourself his Christmas tree on the ground. Mr. Matte and his elves therefore await you in December       

  In 1951, at the age of 21, Hervé Matte made the acquisition of a 1947 Ford truck. This truck is bound to a contract with the Donnacona Domtar Company for the transport of plant residues. Four years later, in 1955, things from rushing to Hervé Matte. He bought two other trucks in this year alone, including one equipped with a firm and largest wooden box. Throughout the years that followed, Hervé Matte business, attended more that never his wife, Monique, is expanding in new markets and strenuous efforts. In 1973, so that a fire destroyed all the raw materials of the Donnacona Domtar, should rapidly renew the stock. Hervé Matte decides to increase the capacity of its fleet of trucks to meet the needs of the paper. Hervé Matte is then purchaser of six tractors and as many trailers of 45 feet in length. In return, Joiners of the Domtar are responsible for the construction of the wooden boxes. Through this partnership, the Domtar plant was able to resume its activities more quickly, because in a single voyage, new Hervé Matte trucks could carry twice as much materials.

The Matte couple's children decided mostly to follow the footsteps of their parents and to participate in the success of the company founded by their father. However, in February 1981, Hervé Matte dies accidentally. The family had to decide if it was selling the company or if she continued the work initiated by Hervé Matte. The decision was unanimous: everyone wished to continue to grow the family of transport company. During the 1980’s, companies Transport Matte Ltée, Transport of products forest C.D.L. Ltée and Transport in bulk Phil Ltd. will join the company of origin, Hervé Matte & son truckers Ltée. They were then grouped together under the banner of group Matte enr. Children, sons-in-law and founder brues are mostly engaged in business. They each occupy a clearly defined role and participate in the development of family SME’s, which still has its headquarters in Donnacona. Since January 1, 2006, the various divisions of the Group Matte enr. What are merged in order to retain only the Transport Matte Ltée entity, which now forms a single large company? 3rd generation succession is also part of

 the company to continue the family tradition and to ensure the expansion of the company

Medical

Dr. Geneviève Matte did his medical studies at McGill University in 2003. She has completed specialized studies in adult Neurology at the University of Montreal in 2008 and received his recognition of the royal College of physicians of the Canada the same year. She then completed a year of over-specialization in neuromuscular medicine at the Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland to the United States, to obtain expertise in electromyography (EMG) of the society of neurophysiology of Canada. Recipient of a scholarship from the Foundation du CHUM, she returned later at the Cleveland Clinic to complete his training in clinical research on amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and neuromuscular ultrasound

Dr. Matte joined the Department of Neurology of the CHUM in 2010 where she provides consultation related to its over-specialization. Through its involvement with the clinic of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and diseases of the motor neuron of the CHUM, Dr. Matte leads also clinical research projects in this area.

List of honor of the Dean, Promotion 2003 medicine, McGill University

Recipient of a scholarship from the Foundation du CHUM, 2009 training       

Sébastien Matte La Faveur (1626-1714)

17th century Montpellier french pharmacist and chemist.

Son of a master glassmaker of the high-Ardèche, it develops its activities as an autodidact, and arouses the jealousy of Apothecaries of Montpellier, which make it a trial for competition, that he eventually win.

In 1671, he published a book entitled "Practice of chemistry".

His discovery of the styptic water and other important research him deserved place demonstrator of chemistry at the Faculty of Medicine of Montpellier, which was created for him, in 1675.

He had three children including two sons : John, the eldest, then Jacques and Jeanne, two twin. He transmitted to his children the taste of perfumes.

Inventor of a distillate of lavender, 'the Queen of Hungary water', very much appreciated in all the courts of Europe, he becomes the particular pharmacist of the King Louis XIV, to the side of the physician Antoine Daquin, and received the privilege to teach chemistry at the Sorbonne and at the University of Montpellier.

He did so twice a year, one in Montpellier, the other to the capital until 1684. He then resigned from his seat in Paris, where he was replaced by Nicolas Lémery. Intendant of the Chair of chemistry at the King Garden from 1680 to 1684, he was ennobled by Louis XIV who extends his family name from "Matte favor" Matte.

Military       

Mattes fought in every major war in America of the North as Canadians, Americans, the Union soldiers and Confederate. They fought in the revolutionary war.

Thus a Jean-Baptiste Matte was at Fort Duquesne (now known as Pittsburg, Pennsylvania) in 1756, and he said he fought against Daniel Boone.

One of their descendants, Pierre Matte, born in February 7, 1774 squirrels, distinguished himself as a captain in the war of 1812. 

On 6 October 2001, the Matte family gathered at the corner of the Cabot Street and Hall, Lowell, for a ceremony to name the corner in honor of the five brothers Matt - Gerald, Morris, Roger, Donald and Paul - who served at the same time in the Korean conflict. But from 2001 to 2010, at least, a sign of Star Gold, "Matte square Brother" was the corner of a street crowded opposite Richards Auto Supply and a daycare, reminded residents every day, the Honorable service of the five brother’s mast in Korea. Helen Matte, whose husband died in 2004, said that the restoration of the sign would be highly appreciated by the two surviving brothers, Donald and Morris, and the vast family mat ' "the day where Memorial dedication took place for my husband and four of her brothers, they were all very proud.". Thus were their families, «said Helen Mat. «It means a lot for us."   They were the sons of Georges and Yvonne (Bellemare) Matte and the grandsons of Pierre Matte.

                               Colonel Joseph Zannet Matte, age 83, of Fredericksburg, died Tuesday, February 10, 2004. He survived his beloved wife of 59 years, Edith S. Matte; two children, Linda A. Norris and Joseph R. Matte. It survives also five grandchildren, Kimberley G. Balstad, R. Sommer McDougal, Wendy M. Zeitler, Meghan E. Matte, and Pamela J. Matte and three great-grandchildren; Caleb, Sydney, and Luc Balstad. He was born on July 23, 1920, in Port Arthur, Texas and graduated from North Texas State University. He was a fighter pilot and an ACE in the European theatre during the Second World War with seven confirmed aircraft killed and drivers killed. After the war, the first Col Matte missions included: Fort Hood, Texas; RAF Brize Norton, England; Ellington Field, Texas; and Naples, Italy. Col Matte later assignments included as head of maintenance at Randolph AFB, Texas; Deputy Commander of the maintenance at Laredo AFB, Texas; and senior advisor of military assistance and Group Advisory Maag in Taipei, Taiwan. His last assignment was as Chief of maintenance, Training Command Air, Randolph AFB, Texas, where he retired     after 31 years of distinguished service to his country. Many decorations, medals and colonel Matte quotes include the distinguished service cross, Distinguished Service Medal, Legion of merit, distinguished Aviation cross w / OLC, Bronze Star, Medal of OLC European campaign Medal, Medal of victory World War II, National Defense Service Medal, and a special award drivers Chinese wings submitted by the Taiwanese Government. He remained in San Antonio where he is estengage in a career in the oil and gas exploration and residential construction. Joe was an active member of the American Association Fighter Aces, the 2362nd Association Fighter group, the 9th Air Force Association, the Air Force Association, and the order of Daedalions        

Artistic 

      Hélène Matte is a Visual art from poet who said, a visual artist who writes.

    By its approach, it questions especially drawing and poetry as an act of presence. Author of numerous articles on art, organizer of cultural events, and his practice is interdisciplinary. She has to her credit numerous exhibitions of drawings and performance in Europe, the Canada and elsewhere in the Americas.                 

          Martin Matte (born April 14, 1970 in Laval) is a Québécois actor and a comedian. It is the interpreter of Bruno in the Quebec television series Camera Café. You can see it also in several editions of the Festival just for laughs. In 2006 he founded his own Foundation, the Foundation Martin-Matte, which helps trauma cranial. In any other order of ideas, it is also spokesman in Quebec, the company Honda cars. In November 2009, he received the price of the platinum ticket (400 000 tickets sold) for his show condemn à Excellence. He plays in the series Beautiful Discomfort    

                             Joe Matt was born in Philadelphia in 1963 and holds a degree from the Philadelphia Art School. In life, Joe Matt has an essential activity: drawing comics. Although saying so poorly described his arithmetic of life: in fact Matt has published 4 BD in 15 years to be complete should add his hobby which consists of paste into books of old Comics purchased sometimes very expensive, which in the passage is his sole source of expenditure. Yet in a handful of done BD, Joe Matt became one of the most estimable representatives of the Graphic Novel. The autobiographical route drawn by Robert Crumb, American cartoonist describes without any complacency the extent of his neuroses.       

Born in Saint-Basile, the needle painter Anne-Marie Matte (1907-1977) was a progressive and strong woman talented. In Canada, she was one of the only, if not the only, embroidery arrays with the technique of the point passed encroaching. In the fall, the Society History of Saint-Basile will launch a book on this great lady and asks, by then, the help of the people to list his works. Under the responsibility of Marie-France Alain and Clothilde Genest, "The needle Lady", a work that promises to be very extensive, will be even more if the call everyone that they find echo in ours. Even though they already have much information on the life of Anne-Marie Matte, they want now that those who possess paintings by the artist manifest themselves. Aware of the fact that it is not always easy for people to dispose of the works that adorn their walls, only for a few hours, they want only to have permission to photograph to illustrate the biography.

This collected images will come to inflate the directory that Mrs. Alain and Genest have so far set up. While Anne-Marie Matte has probably produced thousands of works, a list with the titles of 87 tables is currently in the hands of the leaders of the book will be released in September. In addition to the photos of the works, they have also in their possession of the diaries of the artist that invaluable, will allow readers to "The needle Lady" to learn more about this illustrious Basilienne.

After the death of Eva Collette, his first wife, Gedeon Matte, Anne-Marie Matte's father, remarried to the Raymondoise Josephine Genoese. Ms. Alain and Genest believe therefore that arrays of Anne-Marie lurk in Saint-Raymond and hope that the owners of these will invite them to come and photograph them. As several people helped them up to now, they are confident that the people of the region will still likely to occur. If you do not know, know that Anne-Marie Matte has won, among other things, a gold medal at the world exhibition in New York from 1939. Since often offered as a diplomatic gift, his works have toured the world. Queen Elisabeth II, Grace de Monaco, President Roosevelt and the Shah of Iran are just some of those who possess an array of artist known for his representations of Quebec folk scenes, landscapes and portraits. If you want to contribute to the work of the Organization and the production of 'Lady with the needle', just contact Mrs. Alain at 418-329-2239 or Ms. Genest at the 418 329 - 2938. They will be happy to respond to you and make an appointment with you if you have a work of Anne-Marie Matte

Gilles Matte is the author of the St. Lawrence books, books of the Islands of the la Madeleine and the Carnets Old-Québec (Editions Les Hours

 Blues). Diploma in architecture from the University Laval, He worked in the Planning Department of the city of Québec and in private offices

 Then he taught interior design at Cegep François-Xavier Garneau before devoting himself to watercolor. His works have been exhibited in several galleries and museums including the maritime Museum of Quebec, and the House Hamel-Bruneau. He has led workshops on the art of travel at the international summer school of Perce in Visual arts and in architecture from the University Laval for four consecutive summers.

Another Gilles Matte began carving in 2004 in a self-taught way inspired books and journals. As soon as it discovered the sculpture of caricature, he knew that was what he wanted to do, finding it amusing! ​ Participant in seminars with members of the Caricature Carving Association (USA): Pete Leclair, P.J. Driscoll, Steve Prescott, Don Mertz, Chris Hammack and Rich Wetherbee. 

Several awards were granted in provincial competitions in Canada and to the most important competition of caricature in the world, the Caricature Carving Association Contest (USA)). His small characters (between 5 ' and 10 ') are found at various locations in the United States, Alaska, Ontario, Europe, England and Asia. Its tools are almost ' exclusively knives and gouges to sculpt and he paints his sculptures with washes of acrylic. With his words simple Gilles Matte, described us his address and fingering her.

Annie Major-Matte is a singer-songwriter and Canadian actress, born in Québec in 1979.

 Originally from Laval, daughter of an accountant and an artist, she started in show business at the age of four years thanks to the contacts of his uncle Pierre Dumont, singer-songwriter and saxophonist.

  Tv

Annie Major-Matte plays in a man in the home, soap opera broadcast on CFTM 10 (now VAT) for two seasons. For six years, she played the role of Daphne in Le Club des 100 watts. Marie-Ange Pronovost in her played the daughters of Caleb. She hosted the show for children the kids, where she played the role of Leah from 1999 to 2001.

Musicale

In 1993, she sings on the small Christmas album, produced by group concept music of Guy Trépanier.

In 2003 she was recruited by Delphinemusik, subsidiary of CCG communications. The album Dissidence, which she signs most of the texts and music, is directed by Tino Izzo. His straw fire single airs on Quebec radio. In 2004, it occurs in the first part of the Quebec Tour of Garou, including at the Bell Centre. It would remain at Havre st-Pierre

       Coronation of Louise Ière, Quebec 1966 Winter Carnival Queen, by the Bonhomme Carnaval. (Louise Matte Duchess of Frontenac) / Georges-E. Soucy - 1966

Jean-Pierre Matte is a quebecois actor, born May 14, 1946

Jean-Pierre Matte is a graduate of the Conservatory of dramatic arts of Montreal, promotion 1977

Television

2008 Bob Gratton III / Animator Addict / real. Sylvain Archambault
2004 Les Bougons / Michel / prod. It is also life ll inc.
2003 Like father like daughter / father / prod. INIS
1997-00 Les Machos / Jacques-Yves Malo / prod. Point de Mire
1994-96 Ent’Cadieux /Charles Bernard / prod. TVA
1993-95 Zap / Hugues Daudelin / prod. Télé-Québec
1989-92 Un Signe de Feu / Simon Cordeau / prod. Radio-Canada
1987-89 The temps gold / Patrick Desaulniers / prod. TVA
1985-86 Hello Doc / Dr. Chérère / prod. Radio-Canada
1987 Rock / Eddy / prod. Radio-Canada
1986 The Bonne Adventure / Simon Cordeau / prod. Radio-Canada
1985 Miami Vice / Jean Faber / prod. Craig Bolotin

  Movie

 2002 40 days countdown / François (role titer) / Producer Chantal Dupont
1994 Warrior Spirit / Jean Drey / Producer René Manzor
1993 Blind dream / Richard / Producer Diane Beaudry
1988 The Heart / The doctor / Producer Colin Low
1987 The ballerina and the Blues / Nicolas / Producer. Glenn Bydwel

  Theater

2012 Theater tout court – Jacinthe en Fleur / m.e.s. Véronick Raymond / Absolut Théâtre – The unicorn

2002 A streetcar named desire / the doctor / prod. TNM
2000 Pity for the old dirty bitches / English and the husband / prod. FTA
1999 America's best kept secret / Jacques Cartier / prod. Ondinnok
1997 The break of noon / De Guise / prod. Rideau Vert                                   
1996 Good nasty parent child / father / prod. Théâtre de Marieville
1995 Blue blood in the veins / the French / prod. Théâtre de Marieville
1993 SOS pants / neighbor / prod. Le Moyne channel
1989 Les feluettes / Vieux Simon et Thimothée / prod. Théâtre Petit à Petit
1987 The lily of the Mohawks / Captain Tremblay / prod. Centre Saydie Bronfman
1985 Luv / Harry / prod.Théâtre de l’Anglicane

  Realization

2006 Publicity Foundation Claude St-Jean
2005 « Docu-presentation» Homage Dr. Serge Gauthier
2004 « Docu-Homage ' Dr. Vania Jimenez presentation

 2003 « When you want music video by Luc Cousineau - nominated «best video of the year ".
2002 « A quiet death"Docu - Fiction-Suicide Action Montreal

Patrick Matte has been interested in photography since 2003. In the multimedia creation field, he has a passion for striking images. In 2006, he obtained the certification from the New York Institute of Photography. Later, he honed his self-taught technique. Since then, his work has been published in 11 countries and distributed worldwide by the Getty Agency Images.

Patrick Matte (professional photographer) :  http://www.patmatte.com/photo  

Patrick’s exhibition in 2015-2016 included "all fire, all Lighthouse" at the maritime Museum of Quebec in collaboration with the friends of the Port Joli and the Managers of the Estuary and the Gulf of St. Lawrence lighthouses Corporation.July 2015 collection: a few photos of lighthouses are displayed of the lighthouse of Sainte-Suzanne on the island of Réunion. They are accompanied by other representations of lighthouses in the world, by artists of different disciplines (sculptures, paintings, oil, watercolor, writers, etc.).

      February to April 2015 collection: a few photos of lighthouses are displayed of the lighthouse of Sainte-Suzanne          on the  island of Réunion. They are accompanied by other representations of lighthouses in the world, by artists of        different disciplines (sculptures, paintings, oil, watercolor, writers, etc.).

      The Exhibition "The flagship of Quebec" to the Community Center Gérard-Ouellet of St-Jean-Port-Joli in the           context of the celebration of the songs of sailors, in collaboration with the management of the estuary and the Gulf of     St. Lawrence lighthouses Corporation.

Grand Prize Hardy: 105e exhibition of photographers craftsmen of Quebec, two 3rd Prize.

 One of his famous photos of the lighthouses of Quebec displayed here 4-2 Story of  Jeanne Matte.  

Political

Jean-Maurice Matte, Mayor of Senneterre, became the new president of the regional Conference of elected

                  representatives of Abitibi-Témiscamingue. 

Michel Matte, born in Saint-Alban, on December 12, 1949, son of Antonio Matte, businessman, and Lucille Germain, businesswoman. Studied at the University de Moncton in 1972. Obtained a Bachelor's degree in physical education at the University Quebec a Trois-Rivières in 1974 and a master's degree in school administration at Laval University in 1984. Was member of the Order des administrators agrees du Québec from 2002 to 2006. Followed a course on trade in securities at the Canadian Institute of securities in 2005. From 1974 to 1997, was a teacher, Director of schools, Director of human resources and Director General of the School Commission Grand-Bois, then Assistant general manager for the School Commission de Portneuf. Timekeeper at the Olympic Games in Montreal in 1976. Fit a course for the Department of youth and Sports on the situation of physical education in France in 1977. 1997 to 2006 investment advisor. Founding President of the Chamber of commerce of the western sector of Portneuf in 1996. Member of the Centre local de development of Portneuf from 1998 to 2005. Secretary-Treasurer of the regional Conference of elected representatives of the national capital from 2005 to 2008. Member administrator of the Union of municipalities of Quebec from 2006 to 2008. Mayor of Saint-Marc-of-Carrières, from 1997 to 2008. Prefect of the regional municipality of Portneuf County from 2005 to 2008.  Liberal MP elected in Portneuf in 2008. Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister responsible for Canadian Intergovernmental Affairs. Re-elected in the election of 2014 as the MPPHe left politics in 2018

   

Jean-Marie Matte is a businessman and politician in Quebec. He was the leader of the Official Opposition of the municipal political party of

Quebec municipal renewal in the city of Québec (Canada) from December 2007  to September 2008. He was president of the deceased Borough Laurentien and the Councilor of the district of Val-Bélair. He was defeated in the municipal elections of November 1, 2009

         

        Antonio Matte, after having practiced as a physician in Notre-Dame-du-Laus from 1901 to  1911, moved to Mont-Laurier, where he became an important player in the economic  development of his adopted city. General merchant first on the Portage Street, it then sold his business to Omer St-Louis. He became one of the shareholders of the power plant "The Laurentian Water and Power" and acts as Secretary-Treasurer. He is also an insurance agent. He became mayor of the municipality of Mont-Laurier in 1921. In 1924, he doesn't neglect anything to keep its citizens healthy. On 2 June, by order of the Board, vaccination became compulsory for all children of school age. In 1925, after seeing its benefits, it makes it mandatory for all adults. He will be Mayor until 1927 and will chair the School Commission Mont-Laurier between 1923 and   1930.            

Jean-Paul Matte (November 18, 1914 - January 6, 1992) was a merchant, trader and political figure in Quebec. Born in St-Tite in the Mauricie region, Mr. Matte became member of Parliament for the liberal party of the Canada in the Federal riding of Champlain in 1962. Re-electedin 1963 and 1965, he was defeated by the candidate of the Ralliement creditiste René Matte                     

Joseph-Onésime MATTE (1896-1973)

Epigraph in his name to the: 313, street of courtyard (The City-Limoilou), place of birth
Born in Quebec, on May 7, 1896, son of Joseph Matte, daily, and Marie Martel.

Was educated at the Parish School of Beauport.

Worker. Member of the brotherhood of railway Carmen from 1920. President of the Federated Council of trades and work of Quebec from 1945 to 1948. Vice President of the provincial Federation of labor, of the High Council of labor and of the Standing Committee of this Council from 1937 to 1949. Member of the Trade Union. Admitted in the Regiment des Soaves in 1914 and promoted to major in 1949. Member of the Renaissance Club.

Alderman for Saint-Roch ward to the municipal Council of Quebec from 1940 to 1965.

Independent labor candidate defeated in Quebec East in 1944. Elected as member of the Union national in Quebec East in 1948. Defeated in 1952.

He died at Lac-Saint-Charles, October 26, 1973, at the age of 77 years and 5 months. Buried in Quebec, in the Saint-Charles cemetery, on October 29, 1973.

Married in Quebec City, in the parish of Saint-Roch, 24 October 1921, Marguerite Bouchard said January, daughter of Napoléon Bouchard said January and Alexina Vaillancourt; then, in Quebec, in the parish of Saint-Fidèle, August 22, 1966, Lucille Desmeules, widow of Léopold. Duchesneau 

Laurent Matte

President agenda des conseillers et conseillères d'orientation du Québec (OCCOQ). Secretary-General, Assoc international

school and faculty orientation. 

     

René Matte (born February 11, 1935) was a professor and politician from Quebec. Born in Saint-Casimir in the Capitale-Nationale region, Mr. Matte became member of the Ralliement créditiste in 1968. He was a member of the social Credit party of Canada in 1972 and 1974.

In 1976, Matte ran as a candidate for the leadership of the social Credit. He proposed to divide Canada into five autonomous regions forming a looser confederation. He finished second behind the federalist André - Gilles Fortin after that many of créditiste have said you want to quit the party if Matte won the race. First candidate in another race for the leadership in 1978, but abruptly decided to leave the party after the Executive decided that the convention would be held in Winnipeg. Acting Chief, Charles-Arthur Gauthier, ruled that Matte was expelled for 18 months of social Credit after refusing to follow party discipline. Trying to be re-elected as an independent candidate in 1979, he was defeated by liberal Michel Veillette. Matte was again defeated, as a candidate of the new Democratic Party, by Veillette in 1980. René Matte ran the investiture of the Bloc Québécois in the riding of Portneuf in 1993. He died February 21, 2016 at Chambly.

 Degree in civil engineering from University Laval in 1972. Mr. Jean Matte was promoted Director of engineering-public works in Rimouski in 1974, and in 1997, was appointed Director-general of the same town, post he held for 15 years, until 2012. Recipient of the price Distinction 2013 of the ADGMQ and member of the Association for several years, Mr. Matte, among others, served on the Board of directors where he worked as head of the Eastern Conference. It should be noted that Mr. Matte held the position of Director general interim pat.of the ADGMQ since November 2015. Appointed February 26 dir-gen. of the ADGMQ

Collector 

Guy Matte, restorer and collector of antique cars. Participated in several exhibitions in Quebec, Canada and the United States

Enjeu emission with Alain Gravel 2000. Its cars are involved in shootings: Les Plouffe, La Postière, Hotel New-Hampshire.     

        It is the driver            

                  

This 1934 Cadillac was purchased in 1969 by Guy Matte who restored it in 6 years. Since its restoration, the car drove 15 000 miles. Its original price was increased to $3900. The car is equipped with a V8 engine of 125 HP and a 3-speed manual gearbox. Also equipped with an adjustable suspension, set the Interior on 8 different positions, and spring mounted inside of bumper to reduce the impact. Used in the film interested Plouffe ¨. This photo of 1990 was taken in front of the Château Laurier in Quebec

Down here at the manor Montmorency, the d 'Orleans isle bridge is visible in the background.   

Education

Born in Quebec in 1907, he is the son of Dr. Rosaire Georges Matte and Josephine Paradise of Quebec.

Lucien Matte attended the University of Montreal and Laval where he earned degrees in philosophy, natural science, theology and education. In 1930, he entered the Jesuit order and was ordained priest in 1938.

 At the invitation of Emperor Hallé Selassie since 1945, he reformed the school system. March 20, 1950, the Emperor Haile Selassie I proclaims the established Foundation of the University College of Addis Ababa, on the domain of the imperial palace of the Le'ul Guenet, at the heart of the city. The creation of the property was entrusted to a Canadian Jesuit, Lucien Matte who assured the Presidency from 1952 to 1962. The following year, activities began and the University had just a two-year program at that time. During the following two years, they developed an affiliation with the University of London. In 1962, the University was renamed "University Haile-Selassie. 

Lucien Matte, SJ (right) at the Haile Selassie University, 1951, with the Emperor Haile Selassie with his wife.

In recognition of work that Matte did for Ethiopia, Haile Selassie donated $10,000 during the construction of the University of Sudbury

   

Father Lucien Matte, Jesuit priest, was appointed Rector of the University of Sudbury from 1962 to 1966.

He was the responsible for the creation of the Sudbury College and teacher at Laurentian University.

 The Lucien Matte Residence provides a 'home' to 180 students. At the Lucien Matte Residence many have created friendships that last a lifetime.

 Father Lucien Matte died in Montreal (St-Jerome) on September 23, 1973, at the age of 67 years.

 See biography by Pat Jean - Auteuil Richard "Lucien Matte 1907-1973, first Canadian Jesuit in Ethiopia". Montreal, July 1974, 23 pages.

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Sport

          Kristian Matte (born September 3, 1985 in St-Hubert) is a professional Canadian football player for the Montreal Alouettes of the Canadian football league offensive lineman. He was drafted 7th par les Alouettes au repackage 2010 and signed with the team after participle a minicamp à la NFL de Texans de HoustonHe has played for college football for the Concordia Stingers.  À 6’ 4¨ and 296 livres, He can do the job much longer.    

John Mat '61, M. Ed. 67, Wind Crest, au Texas, has been selected for his induction into the Hall of Fame in 2012 Montana Indian sport. John was born in St. Ignace and is a member of the Flathead tribe. A former player of football and baseball Griz, John was elected co-captain his senior year and was named outstanding lineman. John trained as an assistant at UM, then entered the army of the United States, earning a commission ROTC sub-lieutenant. While he was assigned to the command of the Yukon in Alaska, he has excelled as a responsible for sports, won praise for his rodeo participation, and has been selected all-around cowboy in 1965.  After serving honorably, John left the service and moved to San Antonio, Texas, where he was football coach from high school for three years before starting a successful 37-year career in real estate. He was the broker of the year in 1978 and 1979.

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         Like long time St. Louis Flyers team mate Joe Carbol, Joe Matte finally got a chance to play in the NHL in 1942-43 thanks to World War II. Both Matte and Carbol got their only games in the NHL thanks to the Hawks depleted blue line due to World War II. Matte appeared in  12 games, picking up 2 assists. Bourget, Ontario's Joe Matte, the father of NFL football player  Tom Matte, should not be not confused with Vankleek Hill, Ontario's Joe Matte. That Joe Matte also played in the National Hockey League a good decade earlier. Joe Matte suffered  from emphysema and died in Los Angeles in 1988.

Joe Matte or Joseph Alexandre, born March 6, 1893 in Bourget in Ontario at the Canada and died June 13, 1961, is an ice hockey player canadian

Position: Defender     Lance: right            Weight: 165lbs      Size: 5'11 ''

Joe Matte debuted in various small clubs Montreal and Ontario before to engage with the Hamilton Tigers season 1918-1919.

After a season in the Ontario hockey Association Senior League, Joe Matte joined the Saint-Patrick in Toronto, in the national hockey League.There is only one season in this team, before returning on loan, with the Tigers, who have integrated the NHL. In 1920, he was traded to the Montreal Canadiens in the company of George Prodgers and Jack Coughlin against Jack McDonald, Harry Mummery and Dave Ritchie, but having never been established, he returned to the Tigers. There two seasons in Hamilton, before bind with the Saskatoon Crescents in the Western Canada Hockey League. At the beginning of the 1923-1924 season, he knows a new team, the Vancouver Maroons of the hockey Association of the Pacific coast, with whom he went to the Stanley Cup finals, which they lost to the Montreal Canadiens. After another season with the Maroons, who then played in the WCHL, he returned to the NHL with the Boston Bruins. There is only a part of the 1925-1926 season in Boston, before being selected by the Montreal Canadiens, where he puts an end to his career. He died June 13, 1961, at the age of 68. Joe Matte teammates: Aurel Joliat, Howie Morenz, Georges Vézina

The 1912 team photo, taken may 12 or 13 March, between the two games against Moncton. Eddie Oatman (inset) is sick and misses the match from 13. At the center to the right, Eugène Matte, Treasurer of the club. Cup O' Brien, absent from the photo.

Cup O' Brien, the NHA Championship trophy arrived that 18.

Champion of the Stanley Cup in 1912 and 1913,  The Quebec Bulldogs.

Eugène Matte, appears in the journal Le Soleil of Quebec from March 7, 1912, under the title 'The triumphant group'. On 21 February 1918, it is the initiative of the friendly game between the Canadian and the Bulldogs for the Red Cross.

René Matte is an ice hockey player born June 8, 1972 in the Canada. He is currently coach to the Hockey Club Fribourg-Gottéron in Switzerland. He is the twin brother of Louis Matte, assistant of the Genève - Servette Hockey Club coach. Quebec Remparts (as assistant coach)

  2002 - 2004 : Chicoutimi Saguenéens (head coach)   Shawinigan Cataractes (assistant coach)   2011 - : Hockey Club Fribourg-Gottéron head coach

Business

Holder of a Master’s degree in industrial psychology and organizational health, Richard Matte has also made studies at the MBA level business. He worked as a Senior Advisor and industrial psychologist within two firms deemed before founding Matte Group Council in 1988.    

Welcome to planting René Matte

 It is what proposes René Matte, which invites to come pick themselves their Christmas tree on his plantation of 28 acres in Saint-Basile, Portneuf County, Quebec, Canada in December.

Mr. Matte appears very proud of its FIR. "Many of my trees, said, have developed a beautiful bluish color as seldom seen." He who takes care of its planting since 2002, has always loved the FIR.

"The idea behind the self-picking, says Mr. Matte, is done as in time: take a family day, outdoors, go into the forest and cut down a tree with a hand saw.

Mr. Matte pointed out that "when buying a Christmas tree in the store, you never know when what is it has been picked. In addition, natural FIR, compared to the artificial tree from petrochemicals, is 100% biodegradable, has people from us working and less-known fact, it sanitizes the air because it contains antibacterial substances (which kill the bacteria). So many good reasons to go pick yourself his Christmas tree on the ground. Mr. Matte and his elves therefore await you in December       

  In 1951, at the age of 21, Hervé Matte made the acquisition of a 1947 Ford truck. This truck is bound to a contract with the Donnacona Domtar Company for the transport of plant residues. Four years later, in 1955, things from rushing to Hervé Matte. He bought two other trucks in this year alone, including one equipped with a firm and largest wooden box. Throughout the years that followed, Hervé Matte business, attended more that never his wife, Monique, is expanding in new markets and strenuous efforts. In 1973, so that a fire destroyed all the raw materials of the Donnacona Domtar, should rapidly renew the stock. Hervé Matte decides to increase the capacity of its fleet of trucks to meet the needs of the paper. Hervé Matte is then purchaser of six tractors and as many trailers of 45 feet in length. In return, Joiners of the Domtar are responsible for the construction of the wooden boxes. Through this partnership, the Domtar plant was able to resume its activities more quickly, because in a single voyage, new Hervé Matte trucks could carry twice as much materials.

The Matte couple's children decided mostly to follow the footsteps of their parents and to participate in the success of the company founded by their father. However, in February 1981, Hervé Matte dies accidentally. The family had to decide if it was selling the company or if she continued the work initiated by Hervé Matte. The decision was unanimous: everyone wished to continue to grow the family of transport company. During the 1980’s, companies Transport Matte Ltée, Transport of products forest C.D.L. Ltée and Transport in bulk Phil Ltd. will join the company of origin, Hervé Matte & son truckers Ltée. They were then grouped together under the banner of group Matte enr. Children, sons-in-law and founder brues are mostly engaged in business. They each occupy a clearly defined role and participate in the development of family SME’s, which still has its headquarters in Donnacona. Since January 1, 2006, the various divisions of the Group Matte enr. What are merged in order to retain only the Transport Matte Ltée entity, which now forms a single large company? 3rd generation succession is also part of

 the company to continue the family tradition and to ensure the expansion of the company

Medical

Dr. Geneviève Matte did his medical studies at McGill University in 2003. She has completed specialized studies in adult Neurology at the University of Montreal in 2008 and received his recognition of the royal College of physicians of the Canada the same year. She then completed a year of over-specialization in neuromuscular medicine at the Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland to the United States, to obtain expertise in electromyography (EMG) of the society of neurophysiology of Canada. Recipient of a scholarship from the Foundation du CHUM, she returned later at the Cleveland Clinic to complete his training in clinical research on amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and neuromuscular ultrasound

Dr. Matte joined the Department of Neurology of the CHUM in 2010 where she provides consultation related to its over-specialization. Through its involvement with the clinic of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and diseases of the motor neuron of the CHUM, Dr. Matte leads also clinical research projects in this area.

List of honor of the Dean, Promotion 2003 medicine, McGill University

Recipient of a scholarship from the Foundation du CHUM, 2009 training       

Sébastien Matte La Faveur (1626-1714)

17th century Montpellier french pharmacist and chemist.

Son of a master glassmaker of the high-Ardèche, it develops its activities as an autodidact, and arouses the jealousy of Apothecaries of Montpellier, which make it a trial for competition, that he eventually win.

In 1671, he published a book entitled "Practice of chemistry".

His discovery of the styptic water and other important research him deserved place demonstrator of chemistry at the Faculty of Medicine of Montpellier, which was created for him, in 1675.

He had three children including two sons : John, the eldest, then Jacques and Jeanne, two twin. He transmitted to his children the taste of perfumes.

Inventor of a distillate of lavender, 'the Queen of Hungary water', very much appreciated in all the courts of Europe, he becomes the particular pharmacist of the King Louis XIV, to the side of the physician Antoine Daquin, and received the privilege to teach chemistry at the Sorbonne and at the University of Montpellier.

He did so twice a year, one in Montpellier, the other to the capital until 1684. He then resigned from his seat in Paris, where he was replaced by Nicolas Lémery. Intendant of the Chair of chemistry at the King Garden from 1680 to 1684, he was ennobled by Louis XIV who extends his family name from "Matte favor" Matte.

Military       

Mattes fought in every major war in America of the North as Canadians, Americans, the Union soldiers and Confederate. They fought in the revolutionary war.

Thus a Jean-Baptiste Matte was at Fort Duquesne (now known as Pittsburg, Pennsylvania) in 1756, and he said he fought against Daniel Boone.

One of their descendants, Pierre Matte, born in February 7, 1774 squirrels, distinguished himself as a captain in the war of 1812. 

On 6 October 2001, the Matte family gathered at the corner of the Cabot Street and Hall, Lowell, for a ceremony to name the corner in honor of the five brothers Matt - Gerald, Morris, Roger, Donald and Paul - who served at the same time in the Korean conflict. But from 2001 to 2010, at least, a sign of Star Gold, "Matte square Brother" was the corner of a street crowded opposite Richards Auto Supply and a daycare, reminded residents every day, the Honorable service of the five brother’s mast in Korea. Helen Matte, whose husband died in 2004, said that the restoration of the sign would be highly appreciated by the two surviving brothers, Donald and Morris, and the vast family mat ' "the day where Memorial dedication took place for my husband and four of her brothers, they were all very proud.". Thus were their families, «said Helen Mat. «It means a lot for us."   They were the sons of Georges and Yvonne (Bellemare) Matte and the grandsons of Pierre Matte.

                               Colonel Joseph Zannet Matte, age 83, of Fredericksburg, died Tuesday, February 10, 2004. He survived his beloved wife of 59 years, Edith S. Matte; two children, Linda A. Norris and Joseph R. Matte. It survives also five grandchildren, Kimberley G. Balstad, R. Sommer McDougal, Wendy M. Zeitler, Meghan E. Matte, and Pamela J. Matte and three great-grandchildren; Caleb, Sydney, and Luc Balstad. He was born on July 23, 1920, in Port Arthur, Texas and graduated from North Texas State University. He was a fighter pilot and an ACE in the European theatre during the Second World War with seven confirmed aircraft killed and drivers killed. After the war, the first Col Matte missions included: Fort Hood, Texas; RAF Brize Norton, England; Ellington Field, Texas; and Naples, Italy. Col Matte later assignments included as head of maintenance at Randolph AFB, Texas; Deputy Commander of the maintenance at Laredo AFB, Texas; and senior advisor of military assistance and Group Advisory Maag in Taipei, Taiwan. His last assignment was as Chief of maintenance, Training Command Air, Randolph AFB, Texas, where he retired     after 31 years of distinguished service to his country. Many decorations, medals and colonel Matte quotes include the distinguished service cross, Distinguished Service Medal, Legion of merit, distinguished Aviation cross w / OLC, Bronze Star, Medal of OLC European campaign Medal, Medal of victory World War II, National Defense Service Medal, and a special award drivers Chinese wings submitted by the Taiwanese Government. He remained in San Antonio where he is estengage in a career in the oil and gas exploration and residential construction. Joe was an active member of the American Association Fighter Aces, the 2362nd Association Fighter group, the 9th Air Force Association, the Air Force Association, and the order of Daedalions        

Artistic 

      Hélène Matte is a Visual art from poet who said, a visual artist who writes.

    By its approach, it questions especially drawing and poetry as an act of presence. Author of numerous articles on art, organizer of cultural events, and his practice is interdisciplinary. She has to her credit numerous exhibitions of drawings and performance in Europe, the Canada and elsewhere in the Americas.                 

          Martin Matte (born April 14, 1970 in Laval) is a Québécois actor and a comedian. It is the interpreter of Bruno in the Quebec television series Camera Café. You can see it also in several editions of the Festival just for laughs. In 2006 he founded his own Foundation, the Foundation Martin-Matte, which helps trauma cranial. In any other order of ideas, it is also spokesman in Quebec, the company Honda cars. In November 2009, he received the price of the platinum ticket (400 000 tickets sold) for his show condemn à Excellence. He plays in the series Beautiful Discomfort    

                             Joe Matt was born in Philadelphia in 1963 and holds a degree from the Philadelphia Art School. In life, Joe Matt has an essential activity: drawing comics. Although saying so poorly described his arithmetic of life: in fact Matt has published 4 BD in 15 years to be complete should add his hobby which consists of paste into books of old Comics purchased sometimes very expensive, which in the passage is his sole source of expenditure. Yet in a handful of done BD, Joe Matt became one of the most estimable representatives of the Graphic Novel. The autobiographical route drawn by Robert Crumb, American cartoonist describes without any complacency the extent of his neuroses.       

Born in Saint-Basile, the needle painter Anne-Marie Matte (1907-1977) was a progressive and strong woman talented. In Canada, she was one of the only, if not the only, embroidery arrays with the technique of the point passed encroaching. In the fall, the Society History of Saint-Basile will launch a book on this great lady and asks, by then, the help of the people to list his works. Under the responsibility of Marie-France Alain and Clothilde Genest, "The needle Lady", a work that promises to be very extensive, will be even more if the call everyone that they find echo in ours. Even though they already have much information on the life of Anne-Marie Matte, they want now that those who possess paintings by the artist manifest themselves. Aware of the fact that it is not always easy for people to dispose of the works that adorn their walls, only for a few hours, they want only to have permission to photograph to illustrate the biography.

This collected images will come to inflate the directory that Mrs. Alain and Genest have so far set up. While Anne-Marie Matte has probably produced thousands of works, a list with the titles of 87 tables is currently in the hands of the leaders of the book will be released in September. In addition to the photos of the works, they have also in their possession of the diaries of the artist that invaluable, will allow readers to "The needle Lady" to learn more about this illustrious Basilienne.

After the death of Eva Collette, his first wife, Gedeon Matte, Anne-Marie Matte's father, remarried to the Raymondoise Josephine Genoese. Ms. Alain and Genest believe therefore that arrays of Anne-Marie lurk in Saint-Raymond and hope that the owners of these will invite them to come and photograph them. As several people helped them up to now, they are confident that the people of the region will still likely to occur. If you do not know, know that Anne-Marie Matte has won, among other things, a gold medal at the world exhibition in New York from 1939. Since often offered as a diplomatic gift, his works have toured the world. Queen Elisabeth II, Grace de Monaco, President Roosevelt and the Shah of Iran are just some of those who possess an array of artist known for his representations of Quebec folk scenes, landscapes and portraits. If you want to contribute to the work of the Organization and the production of 'Lady with the needle', just contact Mrs. Alain at 418-329-2239 or Ms. Genest at the 418 329 - 2938. They will be happy to respond to you and make an appointment with you if you have a work of Anne-Marie Matte

Gilles Matte is the author of the St. Lawrence books, books of the Islands of the la Madeleine and the Carnets Old-Québec (Editions Les Hours

 Blues). Diploma in architecture from the University Laval, He worked in the Planning Department of the city of Québec and in private offices

 Then he taught interior design at Cegep François-Xavier Garneau before devoting himself to watercolor. His works have been exhibited in several galleries and museums including the maritime Museum of Quebec, and the House Hamel-Bruneau. He has led workshops on the art of travel at the international summer school of Perce in Visual arts and in architecture from the University Laval for four consecutive summers.

Another Gilles Matte began carving in 2004 in a self-taught way inspired books and journals. As soon as it discovered the sculpture of caricature, he knew that was what he wanted to do, finding it amusing! ​ Participant in seminars with members of the Caricature Carving Association (USA): Pete Leclair, P.J. Driscoll, Steve Prescott, Don Mertz, Chris Hammack and Rich Wetherbee. 

Several awards were granted in provincial competitions in Canada and to the most important competition of caricature in the world, the Caricature Carving Association Contest (USA)). His small characters (between 5 ' and 10 ') are found at various locations in the United States, Alaska, Ontario, Europe, England and Asia. Its tools are almost ' exclusively knives and gouges to sculpt and he paints his sculptures with washes of acrylic. With his words simple Gilles Matte, described us his address and fingering her.

Annie Major-Matte is a singer-songwriter and Canadian actress, born in Québec in 1979.

 Originally from Laval, daughter of an accountant and an artist, she started in show business at the age of four years thanks to the contacts of his uncle Pierre Dumont, singer-songwriter and saxophonist.

  Tv

Annie Major-Matte plays in a man in the home, soap opera broadcast on CFTM 10 (now VAT) for two seasons. For six years, she played the role of Daphne in Le Club des 100 watts. Marie-Ange Pronovost in her played the daughters of Caleb. She hosted the show for children the kids, where she played the role of Leah from 1999 to 2001.

Musicale

In 1993, she sings on the small Christmas album, produced by group concept music of Guy Trépanier.

In 2003 she was recruited by Delphinemusik, subsidiary of CCG communications. The album Dissidence, which she signs most of the texts and music, is directed by Tino Izzo. His straw fire single airs on Quebec radio. In 2004, it occurs in the first part of the Quebec Tour of Garou, including at the Bell Centre. It would remain at Havre st-Pierre

       Coronation of Louise Ière, Quebec 1966 Winter Carnival Queen, by the Bonhomme Carnaval. (Louise Matte Duchess of Frontenac) / Georges-E. Soucy - 1966

Jean-Pierre Matte is a quebecois actor, born May 14, 1946

Jean-Pierre Matte is a graduate of the Conservatory of dramatic arts of Montreal, promotion 1977

Television

2008 Bob Gratton III / Animator Addict / real. Sylvain Archambault
2004 Les Bougons / Michel / prod. It is also life ll inc.
2003 Like father like daughter / father / prod. INIS
1997-00 Les Machos / Jacques-Yves Malo / prod. Point de Mire
1994-96 Ent’Cadieux /Charles Bernard / prod. TVA
1993-95 Zap / Hugues Daudelin / prod. Télé-Québec
1989-92 Un Signe de Feu / Simon Cordeau / prod. Radio-Canada
1987-89 The temps gold / Patrick Desaulniers / prod. TVA
1985-86 Hello Doc / Dr. Chérère / prod. Radio-Canada
1987 Rock / Eddy / prod. Radio-Canada
1986 The Bonne Adventure / Simon Cordeau / prod. Radio-Canada
1985 Miami Vice / Jean Faber / prod. Craig Bolotin

  Movie

 2002 40 days countdown / François (role titer) / Producer Chantal Dupont
1994 Warrior Spirit / Jean Drey / Producer René Manzor
1993 Blind dream / Richard / Producer Diane Beaudry
1988 The Heart / The doctor / Producer Colin Low
1987 The ballerina and the Blues / Nicolas / Producer. Glenn Bydwel

  Theater

2012 Theater tout court – Jacinthe en Fleur / m.e.s. Véronick Raymond / Absolut Théâtre – The unicorn

2002 A streetcar named desire / the doctor / prod. TNM
2000 Pity for the old dirty bitches / English and the husband / prod. FTA
1999 America's best kept secret / Jacques Cartier / prod. Ondinnok
1997 The break of noon / De Guise / prod. Rideau Vert                                   
1996 Good nasty parent child / father / prod. Théâtre de Marieville
1995 Blue blood in the veins / the French / prod. Théâtre de Marieville
1993 SOS pants / neighbor / prod. Le Moyne channel
1989 Les feluettes / Vieux Simon et Thimothée / prod. Théâtre Petit à Petit
1987 The lily of the Mohawks / Captain Tremblay / prod. Centre Saydie Bronfman
1985 Luv / Harry / prod.Théâtre de l’Anglicane

  Realization

2006 Publicity Foundation Claude St-Jean
2005 « Docu-presentation» Homage Dr. Serge Gauthier
2004 « Docu-Homage ' Dr. Vania Jimenez presentation

 2003 « When you want music video by Luc Cousineau - nominated «best video of the year ".
2002 « A quiet death"Docu - Fiction-Suicide Action Montreal

Patrick Matte has been interested in photography since 2003. In the multimedia creation field, he has a passion for striking images. In 2006, he obtained the certification from the New York Institute of Photography. Later, he honed his self-taught technique. Since then, his work has been published in 11 countries and distributed worldwide by the Getty Agency Images.

Patrick Matte (professional photographer) :  http://www.patmatte.com/photo  

Patrick’s exhibition in 2015-2016 included "all fire, all Lighthouse" at the maritime Museum of Quebec in collaboration with the friends of the Port Joli and the Managers of the Estuary and the Gulf of St. Lawrence lighthouses Corporation.July 2015 collection: a few photos of lighthouses are displayed of the lighthouse of Sainte-Suzanne on the island of Réunion. They are accompanied by other representations of lighthouses in the world, by artists of different disciplines (sculptures, paintings, oil, watercolor, writers, etc.).

      February to April 2015 collection: a few photos of lighthouses are displayed of the lighthouse of Sainte-Suzanne          on the  island of Réunion. They are accompanied by other representations of lighthouses in the world, by artists of        different disciplines (sculptures, paintings, oil, watercolor, writers, etc.).

      The Exhibition "The flagship of Quebec" to the Community Center Gérard-Ouellet of St-Jean-Port-Joli in the           context of the celebration of the songs of sailors, in collaboration with the management of the estuary and the Gulf of     St. Lawrence lighthouses Corporation.

Grand Prize Hardy: 105e exhibition of photographers craftsmen of Quebec, two 3rd Prize.

 One of his famous photos of the lighthouses of Quebec displayed here 4-2 Story of  Jeanne Matte.  

Political

Jean-Maurice Matte, Mayor of Senneterre, became the new president of the regional Conference of elected

                  representatives of Abitibi-Témiscamingue. 

Michel Matte, born in Saint-Alban, on December 12, 1949, son of Antonio Matte, businessman, and Lucille Germain, businesswoman. Studied at the University de Moncton in 1972. Obtained a Bachelor's degree in physical education at the University Quebec a Trois-Rivières in 1974 and a master's degree in school administration at Laval University in 1984. Was member of the Order des administrators agrees du Québec from 2002 to 2006. Followed a course on trade in securities at the Canadian Institute of securities in 2005. From 1974 to 1997, was a teacher, Director of schools, Director of human resources and Director General of the School Commission Grand-Bois, then Assistant general manager for the School Commission de Portneuf. Timekeeper at the Olympic Games in Montreal in 1976. Fit a course for the Department of youth and Sports on the situation of physical education in France in 1977. 1997 to 2006 investment advisor. Founding President of the Chamber of commerce of the western sector of Portneuf in 1996. Member of the Centre local de development of Portneuf from 1998 to 2005. Secretary-Treasurer of the regional Conference of elected representatives of the national capital from 2005 to 2008. Member administrator of the Union of municipalities of Quebec from 2006 to 2008. Mayor of Saint-Marc-of-Carrières, from 1997 to 2008. Prefect of the regional municipality of Portneuf County from 2005 to 2008.  Liberal MP elected in Portneuf in 2008. Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister responsible for Canadian Intergovernmental Affairs. Re-elected in the election of 2014 as the MPPHe left politics in 2018

   

Jean-Marie Matte is a businessman and politician in Quebec. He was the leader of the Official Opposition of the municipal political party of

Quebec municipal renewal in the city of Québec (Canada) from December 2007  to September 2008. He was president of the deceased Borough Laurentien and the Councilor of the district of Val-Bélair. He was defeated in the municipal elections of November 1, 2009

         

        Antonio Matte, after having practiced as a physician in Notre-Dame-du-Laus from 1901 to  1911, moved to Mont-Laurier, where he became an important player in the economic  development of his adopted city. General merchant first on the Portage Street, it then sold his business to Omer St-Louis. He became one of the shareholders of the power plant "The Laurentian Water and Power" and acts as Secretary-Treasurer. He is also an insurance agent. He became mayor of the municipality of Mont-Laurier in 1921. In 1924, he doesn't neglect anything to keep its citizens healthy. On 2 June, by order of the Board, vaccination became compulsory for all children of school age. In 1925, after seeing its benefits, it makes it mandatory for all adults. He will be Mayor until 1927 and will chair the School Commission Mont-Laurier between 1923 and   1930.            

Jean-Paul Matte (November 18, 1914 - January 6, 1992) was a merchant, trader and political figure in Quebec. Born in St-Tite in the Mauricie region, Mr. Matte became member of Parliament for the liberal party of the Canada in the Federal riding of Champlain in 1962. Re-electedin 1963 and 1965, he was defeated by the candidate of the Ralliement creditiste René Matte                     

Joseph-Onésime MATTE (1896-1973)

Epigraph in his name to the: 313, street of courtyard (The City-Limoilou), place of birth
Born in Quebec, on May 7, 1896, son of Joseph Matte, daily, and Marie Martel.

Was educated at the Parish School of Beauport.

Worker. Member of the brotherhood of railway Carmen from 1920. President of the Federated Council of trades and work of Quebec from 1945 to 1948. Vice President of the provincial Federation of labor, of the High Council of labor and of the Standing Committee of this Council from 1937 to 1949. Member of the Trade Union. Admitted in the Regiment des Soaves in 1914 and promoted to major in 1949. Member of the Renaissance Club.

Alderman for Saint-Roch ward to the municipal Council of Quebec from 1940 to 1965.

Independent labor candidate defeated in Quebec East in 1944. Elected as member of the Union national in Quebec East in 1948. Defeated in 1952.

He died at Lac-Saint-Charles, October 26, 1973, at the age of 77 years and 5 months. Buried in Quebec, in the Saint-Charles cemetery, on October 29, 1973.

Married in Quebec City, in the parish of Saint-Roch, 24 October 1921, Marguerite Bouchard said January, daughter of Napoléon Bouchard said January and Alexina Vaillancourt; then, in Quebec, in the parish of Saint-Fidèle, August 22, 1966, Lucille Desmeules, widow of Léopold. Duchesneau 

Laurent Matte

President agenda des conseillers et conseillères d'orientation du Québec (OCCOQ). Secretary-General, Assoc international

school and faculty orientation. 

     

René Matte (born February 11, 1935) was a professor and politician from Quebec. Born in Saint-Casimir in the Capitale-Nationale region, Mr. Matte became member of the Ralliement créditiste in 1968. He was a member of the social Credit party of Canada in 1972 and 1974.

In 1976, Matte ran as a candidate for the leadership of the social Credit. He proposed to divide Canada into five autonomous regions forming a looser confederation. He finished second behind the federalist André - Gilles Fortin after that many of créditiste have said you want to quit the party if Matte won the race. First candidate in another race for the leadership in 1978, but abruptly decided to leave the party after the Executive decided that the convention would be held in Winnipeg. Acting Chief, Charles-Arthur Gauthier, ruled that Matte was expelled for 18 months of social Credit after refusing to follow party discipline. Trying to be re-elected as an independent candidate in 1979, he was defeated by liberal Michel Veillette. Matte was again defeated, as a candidate of the new Democratic Party, by Veillette in 1980. René Matte ran the investiture of the Bloc Québécois in the riding of Portneuf in 1993. He died February 21, 2016 at Chambly.

 Degree in civil engineering from University Laval in 1972. Mr. Jean Matte was promoted Director of engineering-public works in Rimouski in 1974, and in 1997, was appointed Director-general of the same town, post he held for 15 years, until 2012. Recipient of the price Distinction 2013 of the ADGMQ and member of the Association for several years, Mr. Matte, among others, served on the Board of directors where he worked as head of the Eastern Conference. It should be noted that Mr. Matte held the position of Director general interim pat.of the ADGMQ since November 2015. Appointed February 26 dir-gen. of the ADGMQ

Collector 

Guy Matte, restorer and collector of antique cars. Participated in several exhibitions in Quebec, Canada and the United States

Enjeu emission with Alain Gravel 2000. Its cars are involved in shootings: Les Plouffe, La Postière, Hotel New-Hampshire.     

        It is the driver            

                  

This 1934 Cadillac was purchased in 1969 by Guy Matte who restored it in 6 years. Since its restoration, the car drove 15 000 miles. Its original price was increased to $3900. The car is equipped with a V8 engine of 125 HP and a 3-speed manual gearbox. Also equipped with an adjustable suspension, set the Interior on 8 different positions, and spring mounted inside of bumper to reduce the impact. Used in the film interested Plouffe ¨. This photo of 1990 was taken in front of the Château Laurier in Quebec

Down here at the manor Montmorency, the d 'Orleans isle bridge is visible in the background.   

Education

Born in Quebec in 1907, he is the son of Dr. Rosaire Georges Matte and Josephine Paradise of Quebec.

Lucien Matte attended the University of Montreal and Laval where he earned degrees in philosophy, natural science, theology and education. In 1930, he entered the Jesuit order and was ordained priest in 1938.

 At the invitation of Emperor Hallé Selassie since 1945, he reformed the school system. March 20, 1950, the Emperor Haile Selassie I proclaims the established Foundation of the University College of Addis Ababa, on the domain of the imperial palace of the Le'ul Guenet, at the heart of the city. The creation of the property was entrusted to a Canadian Jesuit, Lucien Matte who assured the Presidency from 1952 to 1962. The following year, activities began and the University had just a two-year program at that time. During the following two years, they developed an affiliation with the University of London. In 1962, the University was renamed "University Haile-Selassie. 

Lucien Matte, SJ (right) at the Haile Selassie University, 1951, with the Emperor Haile Selassie with his wife.

In recognition of work that Matte did for Ethiopia, Haile Selassie donated $10,000 during the construction of the University of Sudbury

   

Father Lucien Matte, Jesuit priest, was appointed Rector of the University of Sudbury from 1962 to 1966.

He was the responsible for the creation of the Sudbury College and teacher at Laurentian University.

 The Lucien Matte Residence provides a 'home' to 180 students. At the Lucien Matte Residence many have created friendships that last a lifetime.

 Father Lucien Matte died in Montreal (St-Jerome) on September 23, 1973, at the age of 67 years.

 See biography by Pat Jean - Auteuil Richard "Lucien Matte 1907-1973, first Canadian Jesuit in Ethiopia". Montreal, July 1974, 23 pages.

   You have more information and images in PDF format

    

Capsule # 00-A  (18 Pages) Format PDF:

- The Known Mattes   

The capsules # 00 are information bearing the word Matte, the capsules # 0 are of general information used to complete the capsules identified # -1 (Charles) or # 1 (Nicolas and Madeleine) or # .2 (children) , etc., which correspond to lineages of Matte ancestors.

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