Boucher may refer to:

  • Boucher (surname), a family name (including a list of people with that name)
  • François Boucher (1703–1770), a prominent French painter
  • Boucher Institute of Naturopathic Medicine, a naturopathic medical college in Vancouver, British Columbia
  • Boucher Manufacturing Company, an American toy company
  • R. v. Boucher, a 1951 Supreme Court of Canada decision that overturned a conviction for seditious libel in criticizing the government
  • In re Boucher, a 2007 U.S. criminal case raising the question of compelled production of cryptographic keys
  • Boucher (horse), a Thoroughbred racehorse
  • Boucher, Quebec, a former name of Trois-Rives, Quebec

Other articles related to "boucher":

Richie Boucher - Personality and Appointment As Chief Executive
... Stocky and greying, Boucher is no gentlemen banker and looks like a man who would flourish in the bear pit of a Wall Street trading floor ... A banking analyst who has dealt with Boucher, and has observed BoI’s changing fortunes over the past couple of years, said Boucher has ‘‘a very strong personality ... Bank of Ireland chairman Pat Molly, has social skills that the taciturn Boucher lacks ...
Arthur Boucher - Rugby Career
... Born in Gobowen in England, Boucher moved to Wales while still young ... Boucher was part of Newport's invincible 1891/92 season alongside the legendary Arthur Gould, though Boucher actually played more games ... Boucher was first selected to play for Wales on 2 January 1892 against England ...
Sebastien Boucher
... Boucher (born October 19, 1981 in Hull, Quebec) is a minor league baseball outfielder, who currently plays for the Quebec Capitales of the Can Am League ... On August 9, 2007, Boucher was traded to the Baltimore Orioles for LHP John Parrish ...
Scary Fragile - History
... act for Sarah McLachlan's Afterglow tour, Boucher was called to the studio by her record label Geffen Records in 2004 to record the follow-up to her album Flutterby ... a year deciding on producer David Kahne and waiting for him to become available, Boucher did most of the pre-production for the album at her home studio, doing the guitar, bass guitar, electronic keyboard ... Although Boucher had intended to record the album with a live band, the idea was abandoned after Kahne listened to the demos Boucher had produced, and liked her playing all the instruments herself ...
St. Barnabas Church (Upper Marlboro, Maryland) - Affluence and A New Brick Church - Revolutionary Hostilities
... Boucher was an ardent Tory and opposed the revolution from the pulpit ... of future Governor Samuel Sprigg) and with pistol in hand, they walked together to Boucher's horse ... Boucher then fled to England ...