• Georges-Émile Lapalme

    Georges-Émile Lapalme (January 14, 1907 – February 5, 1985) was a politician in Quebec, Canada, member of the Legislative Assembly of Quebec, and leader of the Quebec Liberal Party.

  • Georges-Émile Tanguay

    Georges-Émile Tanguay (5 June 1893 – 24 November 1964) was a Canadian composer, organist, pianist, and music educator. An associate of the Canadian Music Centre, his compositional output is relatively small; consisting of 4 orchestral works, 4 chamber music pieces, 9 works for solo piano, 2 works for solo organ, and 4 choral works. The library at Université Laval holds many of his original manuscripts and his personal papers.

  • Paul LaPalme

    Paul LaPalme

    Paul Edmore LaPalme (December 14, 1923 – February 7, 2010) was an American professional baseball pitcher who played from 1951 through 1957 for four different teams in Major League Baseball. Listed at 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m), 184 lb (83 kg), he batted and threw left-handed.

  • Prix Georges-Émile-Lapalme

    The Prix Georges-Émile-Lapalme is an award by the Government of Quebec that is part of the Prix du Québec, given to individuals who have made an outstanding contribution to the quality and diffusion of the French language written or spoken in Québec. The activities recognized for this award are culture, communications, education, administration, research, labour, commerce and business. It is named in honour of Georges-Émile Lapalme.

  • Lapalmes, Ontario

    Lapalmes (formerly Lapalmes Spur) is an unincorporated place and railway point in geographic Marshay Township in the Unorganized North Part of Sudbury District in Northeastern Ontario, Canada. The community is on Pazhig Lake in the Wanapitei River system, part of the Great Lakes Basin.

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