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  Ireland :: Canada & Ireland   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Ireland was a leader with Canada in building international support for the "landmines treaty" and remains one of the core partners in the Human Security agenda.
Canada co-operates with the Irish and British governments in support of peace in Northern Ireland with high-level public statements at crucial junctions and in private discussions between officials and political leaders.
Canada has made a total contribution of approximately $5 million to support youth exchange and business development, with the most recent commitment of $1 million to the Fund over three years being made in May 1999.
www.dfait-maeci.gc.ca /canada-europa/ireland/right_nav/canada_ireland_171-en.asp   (544 words)

 1922 in Canada - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
See also: 1921 in Canada, other events of 1922, 1923 in Canada and the Timeline of Canadian history.
The land around Vimy Ridge is given to Canada by France in gratitude for the Canadian sacrifices during World War I
Nanook of the North is released, it is the first film to be called a documentary
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/1922_in_Canada   (293 words)

 Canada and Vimy Ridge - Background Information - Veterans Affairs Canada
When war broke out in Europe in August 1914, Canada was a nation of fewer than seven million persons, and although it controlled its internal affairs, at the international level it was legally a colony of the United Kingdom.
At the same time; Canada's military forces were very small and ill-equipped; the regular army was only 3,100 strong, and the part-time Militia was larger but was almost completely untrained.
France had already recognized the importance of Vimy Ridge to Canada, and in 1922 ceded in perpetuity to Canada 91 hectares at the top of the Ridge.
www.vac-acc.gc.ca /general/sub.cfm?source=memorials/tomb/thetomb/vimyback   (1424 words)

 Canada's Submariners, 1914-1923. by Marc Milner   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Canada's Submariners begins, appropriately enough, with the secret acquisition of two Chilean submarines from Seattle in August 1914 by the BC government.
Canada's Submariners brings the story home with the two H-boats stranded at Bermuda in 1918, moves with them into the postwar Canadian submarine flotilla, and ends with their scrapping in 1922.
Canada's Submariners is thus an eclectic and unsystematic ramble through several lives and several services, being neither a comprehensive account of the ten submariners as a group or a history of the Canadian submarine service.
www.utpjournals.com /product/chr/732/submariners22.html   (768 words)

Canada, as established in 1867 had no flag because it was a "dominion" not a nation, being a federation of four colonies under British rule: Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick.
The twelve CF-18 Hornet jets that Canada flies for NATO's "humanitarian war" were bought from the Americans in April, 1980 for some $2.7 billion and stationed at Cold Lake, Alberta.
Canada became part of NATO as an original signatory in 1949 when post-war collective security was on everyone's mind.
www.srpska-mreza.com /ddj/Kosovo/articles/DieterBirk.html   (1687 words)

 CBC News - Indepth Backgrounder: Digital Television
Canada has a proud history in the documentary genre of filmmaking.
Nanook of the North was made in Canada in 1922 by Robert Flaherty, a Canadian explorer.
John Grierson, founder of the National Film Board of Canada, is considered the father of the documentary genre.
www.cbc.ca /dawnofdigital/digitaldocs.html   (412 words)

 Canadian Legal Research
Canada's judicial system is composed of both provincial courts and federal courts.
Canada has a federal court of limited jurisdiction, known until 1971 as the Exchequer Court, which hears such matters as copyright, patents, and claims against the federal government.
Exchequer Court decisions are located in the official publication, Reports of the Exchequer Court of Canada, from 1875 to 1922, and Canada Law Reports: Exchequer Court of Canada (both at KE 142.A23) from 1923 to its demise in 1970.
www.law.duke.edu /lib/researchguides/canadian.html   (3165 words)

 eBay Shop - fatdane's stamps and antiques place: Canadian Stamps: Canada Sc 1315a 1991 gardens stamp bklt of 10   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Canada Sc 1361 1995 45 c flag mat set inscrip blocks
Canada Sc1630 1997 45 c Yr of Ox mat set ins blocks
Canada Sc1166b 1989 39c flag cloud booklet pane of 25
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 Timeline 1922-1923
1922 Jun 10, Judy Garland, singer-actress was born as Frances Ethel Gumm in Grand Rapids, Minn. She starred in The Wizard of Oz and Easter Parade.
1922 Jun 27, George Walker, composer (In Praise of Lillies), was born in Washington, DC.
Walton was elected governor in 1922 and impeached in 1923.
timelines.ws /20thcent/1922_1923.HTML   (11655 words)

 Coming to Canada
At around the same time as groups of Mennonites were settling in Russia, many Swiss Mennonites were moving from Pennsylvania to "Upper Canada." Attracted by available, inexpensive land, as well as the prospect of living under British rule, the first few Swiss Mennonite families left Pennsylvania shortly after the U.S. War for Independence in 1776.
Unlike the fairly steady trickle of Swiss Mennonites to Canada from the 1780's until the mid 1800s, the Russian Mennonites came to Canada in flash floods.
As Canada sought to settle and develop the Western Prairies, the government began to advertise and accept European immigrants - especially those with farming skills.
www.mhsc.ca /mennos/hcanada.html   (851 words)

 Canada: Nickel Five-Cent Piece, 1922   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Canada is justly proud of her role as a world leader in nickel production.
The value of nickel as a coinage metal has been recognized for many years; not only is it attractive but it is also tough enough to withstand the wear and tear of commercial use for long periods.The use of nickel for Canadian coins dates back to 1922, when the first large five-cent piece was introduced.
The design for the reverse of Canada's first nickel five-cent pieces is very simple, composed only of two maple leaves, the word CANADA, the value, and the date.
collections.ic.gc.ca /bank/english/ejul77.htm   (170 words)

 William Z. Foster, Bankruptcy, 1922
The working theory of the Trade Union Educational League is the establishment of a left block of all the revolutionary and progressive elements in the trade unions, as against the autocratic machine of the reactionary bureaucracy.
At its first National Conference, held in Chicago, August 26-27, 1922, the League laid out a broad revolutionary industrial policy, upon the basis of which it is uniting the militants and carrying on its educational work in the unions.
Since then (this is being written in October, 1922) thousands of local unions, scores of central labor councils, and five international unions,* Railway Clerks, Maintenance of Way, Butcher Workmen, Fire Fighters, and Amalgamated Food Workers, have adopted and endorsed general amalgamation projects.
www.marxists.org /archive/foster/1922/ch05.htm   (3165 words)

 Canada's Nickel Coinage   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
The reverse displays Canada's coat-of-arms, scenes of national historical significance, or Canadian flora and fauna.
Canada, now the largest producer of nickel, provides a ready source of supply to countries all over the world.
The following is a time line indicating the development of coins in Canada from 1922 to the present.
collections.ic.gc.ca /incocoin/cannickel.html   (258 words)

 Canada and the Great Depression Study Guide   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Material on this subject will be found in both the History and Government Division (Level 6) and the Business and Economics Division (Level 4).
Politics of Chaos: Canada in the Thirties (1972)
An introduction to the politics of the 1930s, this book describes the political response to Depression-era problems and discusses the social and political context of the 1930s.
www.vpl.vancouver.bc.ca /branches/LibrarySquare/his/StudyGuides/canada_and_the_depression.html   (494 words)

 History 341 (F 2000) Dr   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Lectures and assigned readings will explore themes in the development of the Canadian nation since Confederation, with particular attention to nationalism and national unity, economic and social developments, and Canada’s relations with the United States and the rest of the world.
An account of the immigrant experience in Canada from the 1880s through 1913, during the interwar years, or since World War II.
An account of the changing status of women in Canada during any of the periods 1914-18, 1919-39, 1939-45 or 1946-70.
hist.ucalgary.ca /courses/F2000/341CO.htm   (964 words)

 Canada - history of the flag (1921-1957)
I know that the date 1924 is always bandied about as the date of this flag's formal adoption, (including by the authors of the excellent "Symbols of Canada" kit put out by the Canadian Government's Secretary of State's Office), but I think this is incorrect.
The Royal Canadian Air Force orders that "The Canadian Red Ensign with a shield of the Coat-of-Arms of Canada in the fly is to be flown in addition to the RCAF Ensign, at all units of the RCAF.
A Canadian order in council allows the Canadian Red Ensign to be used on federal buildings inside and outside Canada until a national flag for Canada is designed.
www.fotw.net /flags/ca-1921.html   (527 words)

 Hodgins, J.C., The Outlook for Canada   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
The Empire Club of Canada Speeches 1922 (Toronto, Canada: The Empire Club of Canada, 1923) pp.
Canada - Economic development Canada - Economic and social conditions United Kingdom - Economic and social conditions
Canada's peculiarly happy position in the world, and how that is so.
www.empireclubfoundation.com /details.asp?SpeechID=228   (197 words)

 Wenness   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
JOHAN ADOLPH1 WENNESS was born October 27, 1837 in Verdal Norway, and died April 9, 1922 in Canada.
She was born 1872 in Norway, and died 1959 in Canada.
ROY4 EKENSTEEN (MABEL3 WENNESS, MARTIN2, JOHAN ADOLPH1) was born 1946 in Canada, and died 1986 in Canada.
home.att.net /~addesart/Wenness.htm   (502 words)

 Elko County Rose Garden
Marshall, Canada, 1972, Shrub, ---- x -----, 5.5' x 6.5', medium red, semi-double blooms, -- - -- petals,, 2.5" in diameter in clusters of 5 - 10, slight fragrance, repeats: heavy, slight, moderate, hardy to zone 2-4, ARS ---.
Dr. Felicitas Svejda, Canada, 1985, Shrub, 'Queen Elizabeth' x ('Red Dawn' x 'Suzanne'), 6' x 5.5', rose pink with 45 petaled flowers medium diameter produced in clusters of 6 - 12, fragrance of fresh-picked raspberries, repeats: moderate, slight, slight, hardy to zone 3-4, ARS not rated.
Fleming, Canada, 1994, Floribunda, ----- x -----, 3' x 3', pink petals with lavender cast, purple stamens, single blooms with -- petaled flowers --" in diameter produced in clusters of -- - --, ---- fragrance, repeats: ----, ----, ----, hardy to zone 5B, ARS ---.
www.elkorose.com /ewhrab.html   (3919 words)

 science.ca View question
Nickels: Up until 1922, Canada's five cent coins were made mostly of silver (92.5 %, or sterling silver until 1920, then 80 %, or fine silver).
The composition of the five cent coin was changed to 100% nickel in 1922, saving the Canadian government about $150,000 per year.
It is Canada's first bi-metallic coin and is one of the lightest of any bi-metallic coins in the world, weighing only 7.3 grams.
www.science.ca /askascientist/viewquestion.php?qID=337   (423 words)

 1922 (V61-1) & (V61-2) Neilson's Chocolate Co. (Canada)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
1922 (V61-1) and (V61-2) Neilson's Chocolate Co. (Canada)
Scarce, from Canada, 2" by 3.25", found in two distinct types, The type 1 V61-1 is numbered on front, has an "Old English" Neilson's name on back, and is made of a thin paper stock.
The type 2 V61-2 is unnumbered, has a plain block Neilson's name on back, and is made of a thick card stock with a glossy front surface.
members.aol.com /fkwcenturyold/1922V61.html   (85 words)

George W. Swett was born in October 1834 in St. Stephen, Charlotte County, New Brunswick, Canada, son of Nathaniel Swett and Amelia L. Hall.
Many examples of company advertising state that Dr. Swett's Root Beer was established in 1845, but this claim has not been proved, and it seems unlikely that he established it when he was 11 years old.
Nathaniel Swett was born 7 February 1804 in Westbrook, Cumberland, Maine, son of Stephen Swett and Hannah Knight.
swett-genealogy.com /gws/DrGWSwett.html   (7902 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Enoch Dolton[2] Shaw (Isaac[1]) was born 16 September 1816 in Merritt Sett., S. Grimsby, Lincoln, Ont., Canada.
Darius Shaw, born 01 January 1857 in Canada; died 10 October 1922 in Canada.
Darius[3] Shaw (Enoch Dolton[2], Isaac[1]) was born 01 January 1857 in Canada, and died 10 October 1922 in Canada.
lsking.net /genealogy/Shaw/IsaacShaw.txt   (350 words)

 Unknown Player Baseball Stats by Baseball Almanac
Every state in the United States of America, and more than forty-five countries, have had at least one player make it to the show.
The table below is a comprehensive historical analysis of every major league baseball player's birth place during the 1922 season.
Selecting a player's name will bring up their statistics page and selecting a column title (Birthplace, Debut Year, Final Year) will allow you to re-sort the data.
www.baseball-almanac.com /players/birthplace.php?loc=Canada&y=1922   (343 words)

 Marstar Canada: Browning 1922 Assembly & Disassembly Information
Always 'clear' and inspect gun to ensure ammunition is not loaded or chambered before performing maintenance on this or any firearm.
To strip the Model 1922, first remove the magazine and clear chamber.
Push small serrated slide extension catch (3) forward, until it is clear of slide.
www.marstar.ca /AssemblyBrowning1922Pistol.htm   (353 words)

 MSU Maps - N.A. Thumbnails
"Canada (puissance elu)" in La Grande encyclopédie, inventaire raisonné des sciences, des lettres et des arts, par une société de savants et de gens de lettres; sous la direction de mm.
"Dominion of Canada" in The comparative atlas of physical and political geography, founded by the late J.G.Bartholomew.
"Canada - Physical and Political" in Goode's school atlas, physical, political and economic, for American schools and colleges.
www.lib.msu.edu /coll/main/maps/mapscan/NAthumbs.html   (273 words)

 Factoring and Purchase Order Financing - Competitive Quotes - USA and Canada - (866) 730 1922
We offer factoring and po financing that is easy to qualify for and available to small and medium size business owners.
We have offices in the United States and in Canada.
For more information on how each product works, you can also read one of our articles on factoring or purchase order financing.
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 Canada: Canadian Cannabis Chronology
1908 The new Opium and Narcotic Act creates the framework for prohibiting illicit drug use in Canada.
1922 Social reformer Emily Murphy's book The Black Candle sounds an alarm about drug addiction in Canada.
One chapter is devoted to "Marahuana: A New Menace."
www.mapinc.org /ctcnews/v04/n397/a10.html   (72 words)

Scotia, and Canada are united as Dominion of
Canada; all other parts of British North America
Territorial Disputes: Managed maritime boundary disputes with the U.S. at Dixon Entrance, Beaufort Sea, Strait of Juan de Fuca, and around the disputed Machias Seal Island and North Rock; uncontested sovereignty dispute with Denmark over Hans Island in the Kennedy Channel between Ellesmere Island and Greenland.
www.worldstatesmen.org /Canada.html   (1577 words)

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