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Pointe Claire 
Found Pointe claire, moved it to Pointe Claire, then found this article. Brought all the content over here. --N5UWY/9 - plaws 23:26, 1 October 2005 (UTC)
You can't measure width or depth in acres: acres are a unit of area, not of length. Is acre here a mistranslation of arpent? Arpents can be either length or area. Indefatigable 19:16, 3 January 2006 (UTC)
- No matter: someone killed it. I wonder if it's an archaic usage of the word? --plaws (talk) 21:31, 17 August 2010 (UTC)
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I'm placing these external links here, that while potentially useful, do not meet Wikipedia's policy on external links.
- From collectionscanada.gc.ca Gordon & Gotch's 1924 Map of the Island of Montreal. . Pointe Claire is named on this map.
- "Fort de la Pointe Claire". ville.montreal.qc.ca Map dated 1744.
- Henry Whitmer Hopkins made several maps, dated 1879, of the island of Montreal. On the "Island of Montreal" and "Parishes of Bizard Ste Ann Ste Genevieve and Pointe Claire" maps, the Pointe Claire area appears large relative to the size of the island of Montreal. The lower half of the West Island is named "Pointe Claire", with a second smaller area inside also named "Pointe Claire":
Fire of May 22, 1900 
I would like to include the fire of May 22, 1900 . Out of (about) the 60 existing buildings in the town, 24 burned down in this fire. This is a significant event I believe.--Mark v1.0 (talk) 20:24, 1 December 2012 (UTC)
Government : Federal 
The first elections of the Federal Government of Canada is needed in the article. The riding of JACQUES CARTIER, Quebec (1867 - 1952) "British North America Act, 1867 C.S. for Lower Canada, 1860, c.75
The County of Jacques Cartier shall comprise the Parishes of Lachine, Pointe Claire, Sainte Anne, Sainte Geneviève and Saint Laurent, and all the Islands lying nearest to and wholly or in part opposite the same, including Isle Bizard; Ibid, sub-sect. 61, and 18 V. c. 76, ss. 9 and 15." --Mark v1.0 (talk) 20:46, 1 December 2012 (UTC)