Before Iiis four-season stint with the Redmen, Verreault-Paul had played five years with the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League's Chicoutimi Sagueneens His best season in Chicoutimi - in terms of offensive stats - was his third one, 2005-06.
What does CHIC stand for?
CHIC stands for Chicoutimi (Quebec, Canada)
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We have 59 other meanings of CHIC in our Acronym Attic
- Chicago Academy of Sciences (Illinois; also seen as CAOS)
- Chemical Hazard Identification and Assessment Tool
- Chesapeake Independent Baseball League
- Canadian Home Inspectors and Building Officials
- Chung-Hwa Institute of Buddhist Studies (Taiwan)
- Canine Health Information Center
- Caribbean Hotel Industry Conference
- Celsius Heavy Ion Collaboration
- Centre Hospitalier Intercommunal Créteil (French: Créteil Intercommunal Hospital Center; Créteil, France)
- Chickasaw National Recreation Area (US National Park Service)
- Collaborative Health Informatics Centre
- Cooking and Hospitality Institute of Chicago (Chicago, IL)
- Courseware for History Implementation Consortium
- Covenant High In Christ (religious gathering)
- Community and Hospital Infection Control Association Canada
- Chicago Area Translators and Interpreters Association
- [not an acronym] Military code word for Low Fuel State Requiring Urgent Tanker Support
- Country Holidays for Inner City Kids (UK charity)
- Friendly Fighter Aircraft
- Chapel Hill Institute for Cultural and Language Education
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The most memorable was the fire aboard HMCS Chicoutimi in October 2004 that left one sailor dead and nine injured as a result.
The former Royal Navy vessel HMCS Chicoutimi left the Faslane base, near Helensburgh,Dunbartonshire, inside Norwegian semi- submersible the Eide.
John Henderson, 18, from Amble, was part of the crew of HMS Montrose, which raced to the rescue of the crippled Canadian submarine Chicoutimi as it wallowed 260 miles from the Irish shore.
Lieutenant Chris Saunders, 32, died after the blaze on the Canadian submarine HMCS Chicoutimi last week.
Lieutenant Chris Saunders, 32, died in hospital after suffering from the effects of smoke inhalation when two fires ripped through the Chicoutimi.
Bill Graham, speaking after a fire crippled HMCS Chicoutimi on her maiden voyage and claimed the life of one its crew, said Canada could take legal action against the Ministry of Defence.