Choix (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈtʃoiks]) is a small city in the Mexican state of Sinaloa. It stands at . The city reported 9,305 inhabitants in the 2010 census. It contains the locality Sauzadebaca.
Location in Mexico
|• Municipal president||Juan Acosta Salas (PRI)|
|Elevation||229 m (751 ft)|
|Time zone||UTC-7 (Mountain Standard Time)|
|• Summer (DST)||UTC-6 (Mountain Daylight Time)|
|Website||Choix Government page|
The CCGS Cape Norman is one of the Canadian Coast Guard's 36 Cape class motor life boat.
She and a sister vessel,
the CCGS Cape Fox,
serve the North coast of Newfoundland.
Her home port is Port Aux Choix. She and the Cape Fox were built in 2002 in Victoria Shipyards, Victoria, British Columbia.
The two vessels were shipped from Vancouver to New York City aboard another vessel, where they proceeded under their own power.CFGN-FM
CFGN-FM is an FM radio station in Port aux Basques, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, broadcasting at 96.7 MHz. Originally launched as a repeater on August 7, 1971 at 1230 kHz, it opened its own studios in 1973. In 1996, it became a repeater of CFSX. The station is owned by Stingray Digital Group Inc.
CFGN carries the entire VOCM lineup except for a block of programming from CFCB on weekday mornings and for a six-hour block on Saturday mornings.
CFGN also has a repeater in St. Andrew's, CFCV-FM at 97.7 MHz.
On April 2, 2001, the sale of Humber Valley Broadcasting Co. Ltd. to Newcap Inc. was approved. This included CFGN and other radio stations such as:
CFCB Corner Brook
CFDL-FM Deer Lake
CFNN-FM St. Anthony
CFCV-FM St. Andrew's
CFLN Goose Bay
CFLC-FM Churchill FallsOn October 13, 2016, Newcap applied to convert CFGN to 96.7 FM. The move was completed on November 1, 2017, and the old AM transmitter was shut down.CHOY-FM
CHOY-FM (99.9 FM), branded as "Choix FM", is a French language radio station broadcasting at 99.9 MHz from Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada. The station currently plays country music with the slogan "L'Acadie country" and is owned by the Maritime Broadcasting System with its studios at 1000 St George Boulevard. Preceding CHOY, the only private francophone broadcaster in Moncton had been CHLR 1380 AM, which began broadcasting October 31, 1981 until January 2, 1985.Choice of Arms
Choice of Arms (French: Le Choix des armes) is a 1981 French crime film directed by Alain Corneau. The main roles are played by Yves Montand, Catherine Deneuve and Gerard Depardieu. Although in structure a crime film, it is as much a character study of people under stress and an examination of aspects of French society.Choix Municipality
The Municipality of Choix is a municipality in Sinaloa in northwestern Mexico. Its seat is Choix.Choix des plus belles fleurs
Choix des plus belles fleurs (The most beautiful flowers) is a book of watercolors by the French artist Pierre-Joseph Redouté. It has 144 color pictures reproduced by copperplates.Haft Tepe
Haft Tepe is an archaeological site situated in the Khuzestan Province in south-western Iran. At this site the remains of the Elamite city of Kabnak were discovered in 1908, and excavations are still carried out.La Guzla
Not to be confused with La guzla de l'émir, a comic opera by Théodore Dubois
La Guzla, ou Choix de poesies illyriques, recueillies dans la Dalmatie, la Bosnie, La Croatie et l'Hertzegowine (The Guzla, or a Selection of Illyric Poems Collected in Dalmatia, Bosnia, Croatia and Herzegovina) was an 1827 literary hoax of Prosper Mérimée.It was presented as a collection of translations of folk ballads narrated by a guzlar (gusle player) Hyacinthe Maglanović, complete with invented commentaries. Of 29 ballads, one of them, Triste ballade de la noble épouse d'Assan-Aga, was an authentic one.
The Russian poet Alexander Pushkin translated 11 ballads from La Guzla into his cycle Songs of the Western Slavs.List of airports in Newfoundland and Labrador
This is a complete list of airports, water aerodromes and heliports in the Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador.Parti de la Liberté de Choix
The Parti de la Liberté de Choix (English: Freedom of Choice Party) was a political party in the Canadian province of Quebec. Focused on anglophone rights issues, it ran candidates in provincial elections from 1979 to 1982.
The party should not be confused with the Freedom of Choice Movement, a separate group that also promoted anglophone rights issues in Quebec.Point Riche Lighthouse
Point Riche Lighthouse, a "pepperpot" lighthouse, was built in 1892 and is still active. The white wooden tower is octagonal pyramidal in shape, the lantern room is painted red. The structure is 19 metres (62 ft) tall. Its light characteristic is a flash every 5 seconds, emitted at a focal plane height of 29 metres (95 ft). It is maintained by the Port au Choix National Historic Site.
The keeper's dwelling burned down in the 1970s.Port au Choix
Port au Choix or Port aux Choix is a town in the Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador.Port au Choix Airport
Port au Choix Airport (TC LID: CCM4), is 1.5 nautical miles (2.8 km; 1.7 mi) southeast of Port au Choix, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada.Port au Choix Archaeological Site
Port au Choix is a peninsula on the western coast of the island of Newfoundland, Canada. Discoveries as early as 1904 provide evidence that native peoples settled here , burials, structural remains, and artifacts such as points, tools, and bones of discarded food .President's Choice
President's Choice (French: Le choix du Président) also known as PC, is a Canadian private label or store brand owned by Loblaw Companies Limited. President's Choice includes a wide variety of grocery and household products, in addition to financial services and cell phone service (PC Mobile, a MVNO using TELUS' network). President's Choice products are available across the company's various retail banners, which include Loblaws, Loblaw Great Food, Dominion, No Frills, Real Canadian Superstore, Maxi, Provigo, Extra Foods, Your Independent Grocer, Atlantic Superstore, Zehrs Markets, Valu-mart, Fortinos, Shoppers Drug Mart, and Wholesale Club.Seul Choix Light
The Seul Choix Light is a lighthouse located in the northwest corner of Lake Michigan in Schoolcraft County, Michigan. The station was established in 1892 with a temporary light, and this light started service in 1895, and was fully automated in 1972. It is an active aid to navigation. There is now a museum at the light and both the building and the grounds are open for visitors from Memorial Day until the middle of October.St. Barbe (electoral district)
St. Barbe is a defunct provincial electoral district for the House of Assembly of Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. As of 2011, there were 7,064 eligible voters living within the district. The district was abolished in 2015 and replaced by St. Barbe-L'Anse aux Meadows.
An area along the west coast of the Great Northern Peninsula, the district has significant economic disparity among various communities. While most of the towns with Gros Morne National Park, and the Town of Port Saunders, which is a government service centre have fared very well economically, other Towns such as Bird Cove have lost more than 50% of their population since the 1992 cod moratorium.
The tourist season runs from late May until late October. While the principal tourism driver is Gros Morne National Park, the season continues into late October as this is a popular big game hunting destination for primarily US hunters. Up to a dozen big game outfitters operate from the area employing hundreds of guides, cooks and others.The area has fish processing plants in Woody Point, Rocky Harbour, Cow Head, River of Ponds, Port au Choix, New Ferrole and Black Duck Cove. Various species including shrimp, turbot and crab are processed locally, while many other species such as lobster, herring, mackerel and halibut are shipped out with little to no processing done.
It includes the communities of St. Barbe, Bartlett's Harbour, Bellburns, Bird Cove, Black Duck Cove, Blue Cove, Brig Bay, Castor River North, Castor River South, Cow Head, Daniel's Harbour, Eddie's Cove West, Forrester’s Point, Glenburnie-Birchy Head-Shoal Brook, Hawke's Bay, New Ferrole, Norris Point, Parsons Pond, Pigeon Cove, Plum Point, Pond Cove, Port aux Choix, Port Saunders, Portland Creek, Reef's Harbour, River of Ponds, Rocky Harbour St. Pauls, Sally's Cove, Shoal Cove West, Three Mile Rock, Trout River, Wiltondale, Woody Point.Super Écran
Super Écran is a Canadian premium television network owned by Bell Media. It airs a mix of commercial-free films and television series. Films are primarily sourced from the United States and Canada, while the television series consist of original series and programs from HBO and Showtime in the United States.