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In the News (Thu 21 Mar 19)

  1921 Arms of Canada Proclamation
Canada adopted the same pattern and used a lion on the shield's right holding a gold pointed silver lance from which flies the Royal Union flag, and a unicorn with gold horn, mane and hoofs, on the shield's left.
Canada's motto "A Mari usque ad Mare" is based on biblical scripture: "He shall have dominion from sea to sea and from the river unto the ends of the earth (Psalm 72:8).
In 1957, when Canada's arms were slightly modified to produce a cleaner more contemporary design, the Government replaced the original Tudor crown of the 1921 design by a crown that would represent not just one of the royal families of English monarchs, but centuries of kings and queens of England.
www.northernblue.ca /canchan/canpix/symbimag/coatarms/1921arms.php   (2505 words)

 demography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
In fact, they argue that Canada’s ballooning deficit during the 1980s and early 1990s was largely attributable to failed monetary policy, and not to the supposed overspending on old-age social programs.
The aging of Canada’s population is a relatively gradual and predictable process.
Canada is therefore in a good position to develop long-term strategies to manage and cope with its aging population.
www.geronto.org /Vitalaging/February2003/demog.htm   (784 words)

Prior to its adoption, Canada did not have a national flag and the red ensign, a British maritime flag, was in general use as the flag of Canada.
Canada's emblems are the maple leaf and the beaver.
Canada is the second largest country in the world with a population of 30,007,094 (according to census 2001).
www.geocities.com /proudcanadagirl/canada.html   (516 words)

 canada   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
Canada is therefore likely to remain an at least nominally Christian country in spite of the trend in recent decades for immigrants to come prevailingly from non-traditional or non-European sources where Christianity is not the majority religion.
Given that adherents of other religions find themselves in a decided minority situation in Canada and that therefore a good number of them will end up marrying outside their group, this result supports the idea that assimilation is taking place and that therefore nothing much will change in the near to medium future, if ever.
The question of whether Canada is developing a religious mosaic in consonance with the official policy of multiculturalism must for the time being remain an open one.
aix1.uottawa.ca /~pbeyer/canada.htm   (6072 words)

 Mapleleafweb.com: 1921 Federal Election in Canada
Canada had emerged out of World War I with a slumping economy and a Union government that was plagued with internal dissention.
The 1921 election would result in Canada’s first ever minority government and a dramatic change in Canada’s political landscape.
Canada was faced with post-WWI economic problems and a fragmented Union government, while in the West the Farmers’ movement was gaining momentum.
www.mapleleafweb.com /election/federal/top-five/1921   (276 words)

 Statistics Canada: Historical Statistics of Canada
The statistics are presented in four main divisions: population (series A1-247), from censuses of Canada; household and family statistics (series A248-259), from censuses of Canada; interprovincial and international migration (series A260-349), derived from censuses of Canada; and immigration (series A350-416), from annual immigration statistics.
I, (Catalogue 92-607); for 1971 and 1976 Census of Canada, 1971, and Census of Canada, 1976, (unpublished tabulations by Census Characteristics Division of Statistics Canada).
For distribution of immigration to Canada by intended occupations and dependents for 1932 to 1952, according to an older classification, and for distribution of immigration to Canada by occupational groups, sex of adults, children, from overseas and the U.S., and from overseas, for 1904 to 1951, see first edition of this volume, pp.
www.statcan.ca /english/freepub/11-516-XIE/sectiona/sectiona.htm   (4936 words)

 A Brief History of Badminton in Canada   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
Canada was the first nation outside of the British Isles to form a national association.
Canada became the Pan American Champions in October, 1988, with a clean sweep of all the individual and team events.
Badminton Canada acts on their behalf, Canada wide and internationally, in certain matters judged vital to the continued growth and professional conduct of the sport.
www.badminton.ca /corpnews/history.html   (1406 words)

 Buy Canada Flag
Red and white are the national colours of Canada since 1921 (when they were proclaimed by King George V on the recommendation of the Canadian Governmant).
According to the documents edited by the Government of Canada : The flag is red and white, official colors that King George V designated for Canada in 1921, with a style d'erable leaf to 11 points in his center.
On the fly, there was the armoiries of provinces on one shield, often maple embellish bough and of oak and overcome of the royale crown, with to the-under a castor on a roundle.
www.international-flags.net /buy-online/canada   (1478 words)

 Bank of Canada - Currency Museum
This is not the same shield as the one used in 1867; that one bore the quartered arms of the four provinces of Canada, namely, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Ontario, and Quebec.
In 1921, however, Canada received from King George V new armorial bearings similar to those we have now.
The flag was raised for the first time at the Parliament Buildings of Canada on 15 February 1965, after almost 40 years of debate on the adoption of a national flag.
www.currencymuseum.ca /eng/learning/faq6.php   (285 words)

 Statistics Canada: Historical Statistics of Canada
Population figures for 1921, 1931, 1941, 1951, 1956, 1961, 1966 and 1971, are those of the census at 1 June; for 1926, 1936 and 1946, for the provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the figures are those of the quinquennial censuses of 1 June; for all other years they are estimates as of 1 June.
The life expectancy at a specified age is the average number of years to be lived by members of a hypothetical cohort of individuals, assumed to be subject throughout the remainder of their lives to the age-specific mortality rates observed in a given time period.
For example, as of 31 December 1974, there were in Canada 1,643 interns, 4,546 residents, 15,565 specialists, and 15,543 general or family practitioners; there were 33,467 registered physicians and 3,830 not registered; there were 24,896 physicians in fee practice and 6,212 not in fee practice, excluding interns and residents.
www.statcan.ca /english/freepub/11-516-XIE/sectionb/sectionb.htm   (5952 words)

 Canada Lottery Sympatico   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
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According to the documents edited by the Government of Canada : The flag is red and white, official colors that King George V designated for Canada in 1921.
The "Royal Union Flag" (British Union Flag) is a current "official" flag of Canada per act of parliament of December 18, 1964, to "show allegiance to the crown and as a symbol of Canadian membership in the Commonwealth".
Within Canada "Royal Union Flag" is the official title (i.e., by government regulation) of the flag when displayed by the Canadian government, (i.e., to mark our membership in the Commonwealth or allegiance to the Crown).
flagspot.net /flags/ca.html   (2488 words)

 1920 in Canada - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
See also: 1919 in Canada, other events of 1920, 1921 in Canada and the Timeline of Canadian history.
January 10 - Canada is a founding member of the League of Nations
April 2 - Gerald Keith Bouey, Governor of the Bank of Canada
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/1920_in_Canada   (185 words)

 Canada Post - Collecting
It was proposed as an emblem of Canada in 1834, when the Société Saint-Jean-Baptiste was founded, and adopted again as a national emblem for the visit of the Prince of Wales in 1860.
During both the First and Second World Wars, Canadian troops proudly wore the maple leaf on their badges, and it appears carved on the gravestones of fallen soldiers.
The maple leaf appears on coats of arms granted in 1868 to Ontario and Quebec and in 1921 to Canada, but it was not officially recognized as a national emblem until 1996.
www.canadapost.ca /personal/collecting/default-e.asp?stamp=stpartl&detail=760   (393 words)

 1921 - Discussion Message Board Forum   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
The Nobel Prize in Physics 1921 was announced on November 9 1922.ceremony.From Nobel Lectures.
The people.Dates Please note the returns for 1911 1921 and 1931 will not be available until.Registrations for Northern Ireland after 1921 are at Oxford House 4955 Chichester.the decennial census returns from 1851 to 1921.
Ward died at Bridgend in Glamorgan in 1921.
www.webula.net /boards?b=web_1921_1114734426   (390 words)

 The Kinkaid Family   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
was born on 26 Dec 1921 Victoria, Canada.
He married Rose Mary Sampson, daughter of Dominic Edward Sampson and Mary Veronique Briand, on 24 Aug 1943 Halifax?, Canada.
She died on 30 Sep 1939 Victoria, Canada, at age 65.
www3.telus.net /kinkaid/lawrancn.html   (954 words)

During calendar 1921, Canada produced 42,348 units and foreign plants produced 42,860 units of all types.
Similar to the earlier style, the rear section was now three pieces (instead of five), with no vertical seam on the rear side quarter panel.
The sedan was relatively unchanged from previous years, except for a solid roof panel, replacing the open-padded assembly which had been used until late 1920.
www.mtfca.com /encyclo/1921.htm   (793 words)

Canada's Digital Collection Fr/Eng- by Government of Canada- large collection with numerous links and varied information.
Prime Minister of Canada Fr/Eng - Office of the Prime Minister.
Prime Ministers of Canada - 1867 to present - Fr/Eng -by the Library of Parliament of Canada
www.wsd1.org /Robert_H/canada.htm   (438 words)

 Stewart, John A., Good Will Between the United States and Canada   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
The Empire Club of Canada Speeches 1921 (Toronto, Canada: The Empire Club of Canada, 1923) pp.
Canada - Foreign relations - United States United States - Foreign relations - United Kingdom
An invitation to Canadians to join those in America in celebrating adequately the second great historic instance in which America and Great Britain have joined for the welfare of the world.
www.empireclubfoundation.com /details.asp?SpeechID=623   (220 words)

In the case of everyone born outside of Canada, the year of immigration to Canada is also recorded.
Origins in 1921, 1911, and 1901 and proportion per cent which the people of each origin from of the total population.
Summary Showing the Relation Between the Learning of the Languages of Canada and (1) Intermarriage with the Basic Stocks of Canada, (2) Urban Domicile and (3) Length of Canadian Residence, by Origins, 1921.
www.gseis.ucla.edu /faculty/chu/count-aia/Country/Conf/Canada/1921.htm   (964 words)

 Canada - history of the flag (1907-1921)
Some information from "The Flags of Canada - chapter IV - the Canadian Ensigns" by Alistair B. Fraser.
I would date this between 1907 (when Alberta was granted arms) and 1921 (when the royal arms of the Dominion were proclaimed, replacing the multiprovince shield).
Establishment of the Royal Canadian Navy, which used the White Ensign (without any distinctive mark) as ensign and the Canadian Blue Ensign as jack.
www.fotw.us /flags/ca-1907.html   (394 words)

 CIUS Press: Film and the Ukrainians in Canada, 1921-1980
The 110 items in this filmography cover almost six decades of cinematic production, from 1921 to 1980.
This filmography will no doubt be of greatest interest to historians of the cinema, for it provides insights into a significant but poorly documented aspect of film making in Canada.
(d) Delivery within Canada is normally 7 days, USA 10-14 days, international 4-6 weeks.
www.utoronto.ca /cius/publications/rr/rr1.htm   (200 words)

 Twenty-five Cents - 1999 and 2000 millennium quarter (CANADA)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
Canada 1935 twenty cent piece in -very fine Cond,plus
Canada 1917 twenty cent piece in extra-very fine Cond
Canada scarce 1991 25 cent piece in Brilliant Unc,Cond.
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 Telesphore Laliberte 1849-1921 Canada>Tupper Lake,NY
He was b:1849 in Canada, d:1921 Canada or Tupper Lake,NY.
1918 and her 2nd child was born in Warren, Ont. Canada, she had 2 daughters and another son.
Now I'm looking for the parents of Telesphore, and I have no idea of what part of Canada they came from, only what was on Rosaline's death certificate.
www.hypernews.org /HyperNews/get/laliberte/21/12.html?frame=newset   (181 words)

 University of Toronto -- News@UofT -- Your Thoughts -- Plus ca change ... (May 30/05)
The federal elections of 1921 brought Canada’s first woman member of Parliament to the House of Commons.
This framing of Stronach’s story meant the ideational, policy and strategic differences that may have compelled her to leave the Conservative caucus were largely forgotten.
In announcing a shift to the government side, Stronach stated clearly that under Stephen Harper’s leadership, the Conservatives had proven insensitive to the complexities of contemporary Canada.
www.news.utoronto.ca /bin6/thoughts/050530-1419.asp   (929 words)

 Sheet Music from Canada's Past   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
before 1921 has been selected from the National Library of Canada's historical collection to create this site.
Sheet Music from Canada's Past showcases Canadian printed music published between 1800 and 1920.
A comprehensive archival resource for early sheet music in Canada.
www.schoolnet.ca /home/e/resources/metadata/newurl_arrangement_and_composition_13390_e.html   (95 words)

 The Robb Family
Our Great Grandfather and his mother Isabella came to Canada in 1921, where they joined his father David Dalgetty in Wardlow, Alberta, Canada.
They had two more children who were both born in Canada, William Hugh, and Jane (Jean) Ann Isabella Dalgetty.
Isabella (Robb) Dalgetty died April 1924, and was buried in the Berry Creek Cementery, shortly after her daughter was born.
www.geocities.com /morgenrr2001/Robb.html   (289 words)

 Orphan Train Station
Adopted persons’ birth certificates in Canada are legally falsified all the while other European countries were basing adoption law on honesty and truth for all parties.
Many jurisdictions in Canada and the USA today are using the successful Down Under changes as a basis for their reforms.
The post-adoption registry is set up, linking family members if they register and agree to exchange information.
www.cuckoografik.org /trained_tales/orp_pages/station2.html   (1542 words)

 Elsie May Murray, b: 1921 - Glasnevin, Canada.
Elsie May Murray, b: 1921 - Glasnevin, Canada.
Marr: - Died: 10 FEB 1999 - Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada.
Born: 22 JUL 1921 - Glasnevin, Saskatchewan, Canada.
home.cogeco.ca /~ihunt/ghtout/gp375.html   (263 words)

 History of Renfro Canada   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
Renfro Corporation, based in North Carolina, has been in the business of marketing and manufacturing quality socks since 1921.
In 1999, Renfro Canada moved into a 34,000 square foot sales and distribution center located in Mississauga, Ontario.
This enhances the Company's ability to identify, market, and manufacture products dedicated to the latest in emerging trends, fashions, and characteristics wanted by consumers.
www.renfro.com /Canada/history.html   (80 words)

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