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  CANADA - LoveToKnow Article on CANADA   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The great central area of Canada is drained towards Hudson Bay, but its two largest rivers have separate watersheds, the Mackenzie flowing north-west to the Arctic Ocean and the St Lawrence north-east towards the Atlantic, the one to the south-west and the other to the south-east of the Archean protaxis.
In Canada the isotherms by no means follow parallels of latitude, especially in summer when in the western half of the country they run nearly north-west and south-east; so that the average temperature of 55 is found about on the Arctic circle in the Mackenzie river valley, in lat.
The several kinds of geese including the Canada goose, the Arctic goose or wavey, the laughing goose, the brant and othersall breed inthe northern regions, but are found in great numbers throughout the several provinces, passing north in the spring and south in the autumn.
56.1911encyclopedia.org /C/CA/CANADA.htm   (20927 words)

  
 1902 in Canada - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
See also: Canada, 1901 in Canada, other events of 1902, 1903 in Canada and the Timeline of Canadian history.
August 9 - Edward VII is crowned King of the United Kingdom and of Canada.
The first symphony orchestra in Canada begins in Quebec City.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/1902_in_Canada   (194 words)

  
 Canada
Canada's border is defined as the 49th Parallel from Lake of the Woods to the Rocky Mountains.
Canada becomes the third nation in space with the launch of the satellite Alouette I (Sept. 29).
Canada is the first country to sign the international bio-diversity convention at the Earth Summit in Brazil (June).
mariola.bzdyra.tripod.com /p11canada.htm   (9942 words)

  
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Mattel Canada has entered into an agreement with the trademark licensor, who is referred to anonymously throughout these reasons as "Licensor X" by reason of a confidentiality order made by the Federal Court of Appeal that was approved by this Court.
Canada (Minister of Citizenship and Immigration), [1998] 1 S.C.R. 982, at para.
Canada (Minister of Citizenship and Immigration), [1999] 2 S.C.R. 817, at para.
www.lexum.umontreal.ca /csc-scc/en/pub/2001/vol2/texte/2001scr2_0100.txt   (7824 words)

  
 Canada (Deputy Minister of National Revenue) v. Mattel Canada Inc., 2001 SCC 36 (CanLII)
Canada (Minister of Citizenship and Immigration), 1998 CanLII 778 (S.C.C.), [1998] 1 S.C.R. 982, at para.
Canada (Minister of Citizenship and Immigration), 1999 CanLII 699 (S.C.C.), [1999] 2 S.C.R. 817, at para.
Canada, 1999 CanLII 639 (S.C.C.), [1999] 3 S.C.R. 804, at para.
www.canlii.com /ca/cas/scc/2001/2001scc36.html   (8169 words)

  
 Bloomberg.com: Canada
``The Bank of Canada has a hands-off approach on the currency and continues to view its appreciation as a fundamental, rather than speculative, move,'' said Stewart Hall, market strategist in Toronto at HSBC Securities Canada Inc., a unit of the London-based bank that is Canada's largest foreign lender.
Canada's central bank lowered rates three times this year to help companies adapt to the currency's 21 percent surge last year.
Canada's 5 percent bond due in June 2014 gained 7 cents to C$103.49, as its yield decreased by 1 basis point to 4.55 percent.
www.bloomberg.com /apps/news?pid=10000082&sid=aPsdXB4Vfv8E&refer=canada   (910 words)

  
 The Alaska-Canada Boundary Dispute - settling the border between Alaska and the Yukon in 1903 - ExploreNorth
Although diplomats thought they had it settled in 1825, the issue continued to flare up right until 1903, and even now, many people believe that the Yukon got robbed of land that should belong to them.
Canada surveyed the boundary at the Stikine River in 1877 so they could set up a Customs post to collect duty on goods headed to the Cassiar gold fields.
This was based on Canada's assertion that that location was more than ten marine leagues from the sea, which was part of the 1825 boundary definition.
www.explorenorth.com /library/weekly/aa103000a.htm   (1439 words)

  
 990 . Al-Hakim Mosque . 1032 . Abu'l-Hasan al-Uqlidisi   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
See also: 1902 in Canada, 1903 other events of 1903, 1904 in Canada and the Timeline of Canadian history.
Aluminium smelter in Sept-Îles, Quebec, Canada at the Gulf of St. Lawrence.
The five shareholders are: Alcan Canada, 40 AMAG Austria Metall AG, 20 Hydro Aluminium Norway, 20 SGF Quebec,...
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 A Canadian Flag for Canada
Perceiving Canada as but a roomy extension of the old country, the British settler carried with him a nostalgia for his former home, and this nostalgia gradually congealed into a vision of a distant land of consummate grandeur, power, justice, and freedom.
The Native Sons of Canada arranged for miniature copies of their favourite to be delivered to every member of parliament, where, on May 12, they bloomed in the House on the desks of thirteen members of the Créditiste party.
Herbert George Todd, Armory and Lineages of Canada, 7th annual issue, 1919 (Yonkers: self, 1919), Plate I. The discussion of the flag controversy of 1925 is based mainly on Matheson, Canada's Flag, Ch.
fraser.cc /FlagsCan/Nation/CanFlag.html   (12736 words)

  
 Volunteers - Sailing Yacht Canada Restoration Project   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
A new hollow mast is installed, the bowsprit is further shortened and the gaff is removed converting CANADA from a gaff-rigged sloop to a Marconi sloop.
CANADA wins the Confederation Jubilee Cup in the first race crewed by the Owner's son, Fred Heans.
CANADA is converted to a yawl, the centerboard is shortened and a new 24 HP Morris engine is installed.
www.sycrp.ca /timeline02.html   (470 words)

  
 Facts abot Canada
By 2010, the Northwest Territories, the only place in Canada where diamonds are mined, is expected to produce as much as 15 percent of the world's diamonds.
The rest of Canada spends an average of 22.7 hours in front of the television.
* In 1903, Canada tried to acquire the Alaskan panhandle which runs along the coast of British Columbia, but an international tribunal of three Americans, two Canadians, and one British representative voted 4-2 to award the land to the U.S..
www.geocities.com /folk_in_a/Canada_1.html   (1035 words)

  
 Natural Resources Canada - Trailblazers
Sir Clifford Sifton was a dynamic politician and a lifelong advocate for western Canada.
As Minister of the Interior from 1896 to 1905, he was responsible for the natural resources, economic development and settlement of the huge tract of land extending north and west of Hudson Bay.
As Minister of the Interior and Superintendent-General of Indian Affairs, Clifford's first major task was to oversee the Klondike Gold Rush, which brought an influx of 30,000 people to the remote Yukon territory.
www.nrcan.gc.ca /inter/trailblazers/cliffordsifton_e.html   (729 words)

  
 Canada in the Making - Constitutional History
Today, Canada is a multicultural nation, home to members from all walks of life.
Though it was originally home to the Aboriginal peoples, eastern Canada became a predominantly French settlement more than 100 years after its discovery by the white man. The make-up of Canada began to become more British by the mid-1700s with the fall of Acadia in Atlantic Canada and the defeat of New France in 1760.
By the late 1800s, Canada had a national railway system that was able to transport settlers who were European in origin.
www.canadiana.org /citm/themes/pioneers_e.html   (278 words)

  
 Capital News Online | News | Some of Canada's best go plaqueless
Tourists and history buffs are familiar with the historical places operated by Parks Canada — such as the Halifax Citadel, Kingston’s Fort Henry, and the Laurier House in Ottawa.
This is because Parks Canada and the board work closely with local groups and other interested parties, and that can make for a lot of discussion.
Canada faces a shortage of people who make things work
www.carleton.ca /jmc/cnews/02042004/feature.shtml   (958 words)

  
 CEC: Significant Dates in Canadian Outdoor Amusement History
Lord Stanley, then Governor General of Canada, tours The Toronto Industrial Exhibition (later to be renamed The Canadian National Exhibition).
An earlier fire in 1903 had destroyed the first stadium, so after this second loss, the 1910 structure is made of concrete.
After Island Park's exhibition is cancelled in anticipation of military use of the grounds to prepare for war, the first infantry and artillery units of the Carleton-York Regiment arrive at the park.
cec.chebucto.org /SigDates.html   (8572 words)

  
 Dorcas Abbey
William Henry, Elder in the Canadian Christian Church, was born June, 1811 in New York, NY, and died September 4, 1880 in Harriston, Ontario, Canada at age 69.
Dorcas Abbey was born April 2, 1812 in Hope Twp., Durham Co., Upper Canada, and died August 2, 1885 in Harriston, Ontario, Canada at age 73.
William and Dorcas were married in 1834 in Whitby Twp., Upper Canada.
www.leighlarson.com /dorcas_abbey.htm   (635 words)

  
 Canada
The Canada file has been totally reworked to accomodate birth and marriage contributions from readers, the 1881 Census of Canada and Dalton extracts from the Canadian Expeditionary Forces of World War I that include, British, Irish, Americans, Scots and one New Zealand soldier.
Canada; husband James Dalton, age 31 born Illinois; sons Lee W. and William born, KS; brother Nathaniel age 19, born IL.
Canada, parents born Canada; husband John Dalton, farmer, age 31, b.
daltondata.0pi.com /newcanada.html   (12735 words)

  
 Annual Assemblies since 1903 - Mennonite Church Canada
A list of all annual gatherings of the Conference of Mennonites in Canada and now the Mennonite Church Canada.
Mennonite Church Canada holds annual assemblies to praise and worship God, grow personally through workshops and seminars, become informed about and process business, hear reports on the work of the church, and celebrate our faith journeys together.
Planning meetings for the first conference sessions in 1903 were held in 1902 at Tiefengrund (SK).
www.peaceworks.ca /~mccanada/about/histassemblies.htm   (117 words)

  
 Donald Farquhar Foote, b: 1903 - Charlottenburgh, Canada   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Born: 1871, Canada Marr: 1897 Died: 1957, Canada
Born: 5 JUL 1903 - Charlottenburgh, Glengarry County, Canada
Born: 1913, Canada Marr: 1936  Died: 1990, Canada
www.zylenko.com /ged/gp0.html   (345 words)

  
 Joan Pauline Foote, b: 1936 - Roslin, Canada   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Born: 1903, Canada Marr: 1924  Died: 1995, Canada
Born: 18 JUL 1965 - Belleville, Ontario, Canada
Marr: 12 JUN 1976 - Belleville, Ontario, Canada
www.zylenko.com /ged/gp25.html   (319 words)

  
 The Alaska-Canada Boundary Dispute - Related Documents and References - ExploreNorth   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
A 1903 article detailing errors in the translations of the above Conventions from French to English.
A photo of a meeting of the Alaska Boundary Tribunal at the Foreign Office in London, England, in October 1903.
A report, published in 1890, on the surveys conducted by William Ogilvie, including setting the location of the 141st Meridian.
www.explorenorth.com /library/weekly/aa103000c.htm   (229 words)

  
 Amazon.com: Great Heart: The History of a Labrador Adventure (Kodansha Globe): Books   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
In 1903 Leonidas Hubbard set out to cross the Ungava-Labrador Peninsula, and to forge a name for himself as an adventure writer.
In 1903 Leonidas Hubbard, Dillon Wallace, and George Easton mounted an overland trek that was eventually defeated by weather, terrain, and poor preparation.
The first took place in 1903 by three men, on which one of them, Leonidas Hubbard, died.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/1568361688?v=glance   (1367 words)

  
 Cossey's of Canada and Norfolk, UK
On June 25, 1999 a new addition to the Cossey tree was born.
I have found them residing in Australia, Belgium, Canada, and the United States of America.
A recent letter may lead to clearing up why there are others Cossey's in Canada not apparently related to me. Beth in Tyconderoga, New York, writes that her Great Great Grandfather Joseph Cossey came to Canada from FRANCE in 1795.
www.geocities.com /Heartland/Prairie/9280   (300 words)

  
 Writings 1903-1932 - Gertrude Stein
Stein can be an overwhelming presence Fortunately she started off simply enough, and readers are eased into her writing in this volume.
The first novella, Q.E.D., written in 1903 but not published until 1950 (in a limited edition, and under a different title), is a fairly straightforward narrative, straining too hard to follow in nineteenth century tradition.
A careful telling of a love story (of sorts) between three women, closely based on Stein's actual experience, it is an interesting youthful literary experiment.
www.complete-review.com /reviews/steing/19031932.htm   (1134 words)

  
 Family of George WALDROFF   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
WALDROFF was born before 1885, and died after 1933.
He married MARY GERTRUDE WATSON about 1901 in Ontario, CANADA, daughter of GEORGE WATSON and ADELAIDE FIKE.
She was born about 1880 in Ontario, CANADA, and died after 1933.
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Leela Jane MCMILLEN (b.25 Sep 1903-of Canada;d.Jul 1990) sp: Clyde M. JOHNSTON (b.25 Jan 1899-of,Canada;d.27 Apr 1962) 6.
Irene Margaret MCMILLEN (b.29 Aug 1911-of Canada;d.29 Oct 1973) sp: George MCCONKEY (b.18 Dec 1903-of Canada;d.May 1988) 6.
Mary Jane BUCHANAN (b.23 Jan 1887-Elma,Perth,Ontario,Canada;d.1975) sp: Thomas JORDON (b.Abt 1885-of Canada) 5.
bill_buchanan.tripod.com /BuchananDescendants.txt   (9111 words)

  
 Germaine L. Painchaud, b: 1903 - Canada
Born: ABT 16 NOV 1903 -,,, Canada Died: ABT 22 SEP 1987 - Lowell, Middlesex, MA Father: Edouard Painchaud Mother: Olivine Lemieux Other Spouses:
Born: 27 APR 1942 - Quebec, Quebec, QC, Canada Marr: - LIVING Died: 6 FEB 1990 - Montreal, Montreal, QC, Canada
Born: 16 MAR 1901 - Plessisville, Megantic, QC, Canada Marr: 1927 - Maria Adelaide Dussault Died: 31 OCT 1973 - Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, Canada
members.shaw.ca /control-x/ged/painchaud/gp2200.htm   (469 words)

  
 Genealogy:Binkley-Pa   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Binkley's From Lancaster Township Pa. To Ontario Canada.
and he died in Lancaster, which is near Hamilton, Ontario Canada.
William Binkley (1784- 1852) Lancaster Township, Pa. to Ancaster, Canada.
www.crystallady.com /Binkley-Pa.html   (117 words)

  
 Large Cents - 1871 large Canadian Prince Edward Island penny *HC32*
Canada; 6 Different Cents of Victoria 1859-1897, NR
CANADA 1 CENT 1919 - KM21 - S94
CANADA 1 CENT 1902 - KM8 - S93
www.listenupentertainment.com /large-cents,c3388,3,ur.html   (314 words)

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