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Louise-Anne Blais, 62, have been living in the family house for all of her life. Looking down on the railroad, she used to get up at night and listen to the feeding of cows on their way to Montreal from Western Canada.

Louise-Anne's great grand mother, Annie Midlidge, was one of the first settler to come in the valley when she heard that a train was supposed to come.

Louise-Anne has put her house on sale, as she plan to retire from her work and move. She might not be around for the village's 100 years anniversary, in june 2010.
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Parent: At the dawn of a new centenary
Louise-Anne Blais, 62, have been living in the family house for all of her life. Looking down on the railroad, she used to get up at night and listen to the feeding of cows on their way to Montreal from Western Canada. <br />
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Louise-Anne's great grand mother, Annie Midlidge, was one of the first settler to come in the valley when she heard that a train was supposed to come. <br />
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Louise-Anne has put her house on sale, as she plan to retire from her work and move. She might not be around for the village's 100 years anniversary, in june 2010.