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Encyclopedia > Quebec Bulldogs
This article is on the ice hockey team. For the Canadian football team, see Hamilton Tiger-Cats.

The Hamilton Tigers were a ice hockey team based in Hamilton, Ontario from 1920 to 1925. They had relocated from Quebec City, Quebec where, for the 1919-20 season, they were known as the Quebec Bulldogs. The team played in the National Hockey League. In 1925, on the eve of their first berth to the Stanley Cup championship, the players went on strike. In retaliation, the NHL suspended all the players, forfeiting the league championship to the Montreal Canadiens. They moved out that year to become the New York Americans.


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Quebec City - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography (3310 words)
Quebec City is known for its Winter Carnival and the Château Frontenac, an historic hotel which dominates the city skyline.
To differentiate between Quebec the city and Quebec the province in English, the city is commonly referred to as Quebec City while the province is referred to as Québec.
In mid-2001, 13.0% of the resident population in Quebec City was of retirement age (65 and over for males and females) compared with 13.2% in Canada; therefore, the average age is 39.5 years of age compared to 37.6 years of age for Canada as a whole.
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