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  Canada - Search View - ninemsn Encarta
Canada has a total area of 9,984,670 km (3,855,103 sq mi), of which 755,180 sq km (291,575 sq mi) is covered by bodies of freshwater such as rivers and lakes, including those portions of the Great Lakes under Canadian jurisdiction.
Canada is a signatory of a number of international environmental treaties, such as the Convention on Climate Change, the Montreal Protocol on CFC Emissions, and the Bio-Diversity Convention.
The population of Canada is 32,507,874 (2004 estimate), compared with 27,296,859 in the 1991 census.
au.encarta.msn.com /text_761563379__1/Canada.html   (17048 words)

 Bank of Canada: creating a central bank (1934): historical context, economic impact and related links
That was before 1934, when the Bank of Canada Act established a central bank with the sole right to issue paper money.
In Canada, it would be a lender of last resort to other banks.
In fulfilling its mandate, the Bank of Canada’s goal is to contribute to solid economic performance and improved living standards for Canadians.
canadianeconomy.gc.ca /english/economy/1934bankofcanada.html   (532 words)

The last 1934 Calendar Year Standard Series DC motor was also built in December 1934 as well.
The 1935 body was first used on a 1934 Standard chassis but remained a 1934 Standard and was still a DC model.
The 1934 and 1935 Standard Series were very similar, though the 1935 cars had painted headlight shells and centre-of-dash gauges.
clubs.hemmings.com /clubsites/chevytalk/GMhistory/1934modelcodes.html   (753 words)

 Bank of Canada - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
It was created by the Bank of Canada Act of 1934, to "promote the economic and financial well-being of Canada." It is the sole issuer of banknotes in Canada.
The bank's headquarters are located in the Bank of Canada Building at the corner of Wellington and Bank Streets in downtown Ottawa.
The head of the Bank of Canada is the Governor, who is appointed by the bank's board of directors.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Bank_of_Canada   (1098 words)

 Socialist Party of Canada
The Socialist Party of Canada was first organized in 1904 by small groups of workers scattered throughout this vast country.
The party members made themselves felt throughout the labor and trade union movement of this continent, and the propaganda was a bugbear to aspiring labor politicians and political tricksters of all parties.
The Socialist Party of Canada took the position that the World War was a commercial one, brought about by conflicting economic interests of rival national capitalists, and that it was no concern of the working class.
www.worldsocialism.org /canada/spc.intro.1934.htm   (846 words)

 1934 Canadian National Exposition
In a thrilling series of three races practically all of the 225 inch hydroplanes in commission in the United States and Canada competed for the supremacy of the class at the Canadian National Exposition in Toronto Canada.
Little Miss Canada driven by Harold Wilson managed to keep going and by clever driving and daring was able to pass and keep ahead of the other contestants.
Little Miss Canada, going at her fastest pace, succeeded in passing eight of the fleet and was giving Emancipator battle for second place.
www.lesliefield.com /races/1934_canadian_national_exposition.htm   (750 words)

 Damn Interesting » America's Secret Plan to Invade Canada
Canada was easier to "pick on" not only because such a concept was already farfetched even back then, but our long border justified such a plan out of necessity.
Hypothetically, if Canada were to be attack and annexed (in the 30's this would have been much more of a possibility, mind you), then it would be very prudent to have a plan for invading the Northern Lands to reclaim them from whatever evilness took them in the first place.
Canada is a distinct society made up of distinct societies; where differences are acknowledged and encouraged.
www.damninteresting.com /?p=492   (11917 words)

 Civil Disobedience in Canada
Handguns have been registered in Canada since 1934, and for decades, the Canadian government only used the registration records for innocent purposes.
Indeed, polling research of Canadian gun-control supporters shows them to be almost perfectly ignorant of Canada's already-strict gun-control laws; their main motive for wanting more gun control is not the expectation that people will be safer, but their desire to express their antipathy for "macho" values.
The mean-spirited intolerance that animates Canada's anti-gun-owner laws is helping many Canadians understand something that some of their British ancestors figured out back in 1215 with King John and the Magna Carta: There comes a time when a man who loves his country must tell his government, "Stop.
www.davekopel.com /NRO/2000/Civil-Disobedience-in-Canada.htm   (1012 words)

 Free Essays - Hockey In Canada
Canada is in jeopardy of losing its six teams.
In order for professional hockey teams in Canada not to relocate to United States, it is necessary for Ottawa to provide tax cuts for them.
In 1917 the NHL had its first full season and all of the five teams were from Canada.
www.freeessays.tv /d235.htm   (343 words)

 CBC.ca - Sports - World Cup 2006 - Stars - 1934 Italy
The 1934 World Cup mixed sports and politics for the first time, as it was staged under the Fascist rule of Benito Mussolini in Italy.
A regular spectator at Rome's Nazionale stadium during the tournament, Il Duce made the 1934 World Cup his Berlin Olympics: he used the competition to showcase Italy and trumpet his Fascist regime to the world, while at the same time uniting the country behind the national team.
Unlike four years earlier when all the matches were played in Montevideo, games at the 1934 World Cup were staged in eight cities: Naples, Genoa, Bologna, Milan, Trieste, Florence, Turin and Rome.
www.cbc.ca /sports/worldcup2006/history/events/1934.html   (1365 words)

 Securities Exchange Act of 1934
For securities research on the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, LIVEDGAR's collection of SEC filings dating back to 1967 is the starting place of choice.
And from the listing of results on the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 filings, LIVEDGAR provides options to view, print, save and e-mail the filing in its entirety.
For ease of use, LIVEDGAR is unmatched in the industry and users are assured of simplified Securities Exchange Act of 1934 research that yields quick and accurate results.
www.gsionline.com /features/securities-exchange-act-of-1934.html   (334 words)

 Canada - Search View - MSN Encarta
Canada has several schools for developmentally disabled children.
Many Maritimers objected, but Britain, hoping to strengthen its territory against US influences, gave its support.
His efforts to remake Canada, however, had run into increasing difficulties.
uk.encarta.msn.com /text_761563379__1/Canada.html   (17048 words)

 eBay - 1934 canada, Canada, Coins World items on eBay.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Stamps Canada 1934 10c Loyalists block of 4 (#209) MNH
Canada 210 MNH 1934 2c Seal of New Brunswick
CANADA 1934 FFC P Albert SK-Crosse nice ermine animal
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He died of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease or what is more commonly known as emphysema, "the smoker's disease." Gzowski has often discussed and written about his addiction to cigarette-smoking.
When he was six he moved to Galt, Ontario with his mother and her new husband, Reg Brown.
Gzowski is a stand-in for Canada, as curious as he is courteous, interested in hockey heroes and indigenous customs and all the forgotten chapters of a national history and culture that he constantly challenges his listeners to cherish and defend."
www.cbc.ca /news/obit/gzowski_peter   (1235 words)

 Equifax Canada - News and Perspectives
We have worked with consumers, regulators and credit grantors over the years to develop fair and reliable credit reporting practices, and have a strong reputation of being an active participant in processes that are of benefit to consumers.
CARS was developed in conjunction with Toyota Credit Canada Inc., an industry leader that recognized the need to distinguish an automotive credit consumer from the general credit consumer.
Equifax is the first credit reporting agency in Canada to offer consumers on-line access to their credit report and credit score.
www.equifax.com /EFX_Canada/news_and_perspective/press_e.html   (4741 words)

 Messenger Institute for Media Accuracy
Canada’s second British Empire games efforts, spotted with unexpected triumphs and surprising reversals sent the Dominion into second place in the standing today.
As nearly 500 of the empire’s athletes started for home, Canada counted her wind s at 17.
England had 29 of which 16 were scored in track and field and six in boxing.
www.messmedia.org /1934-0813-mcleod.html   (304 words)

 Federal-Mogul Chapter 11 Claims Administration Web Site
From 1934 to on or about April 21, 1964, Limpet was manufactured in England by J.W. Roberts Limited (“Roberts”), which sold and shipped it to a head licensee in Canada; after that date, the head licensee manufactured Limpet in Canada.
Atlas was the head licensee for Canada from about 1934 to 1974 (it was also the head licensee for the U.S. from March 1, 1967 to March 1973).
By including this information about Atlas, the Debtors are not assuming in any way responsibility or liability for Limpet manufactured by Atlas for sale in Canada after April 21, 1964, and the Debtors do not waive and expressly reserve any and all rights with respect to claims that they are responsible for such Limpet.
www.fmoclaims.com /canadian.php3   (338 words)

 TIME.com: Primate for Canada -- Oct. 1, 1934 -- Page 1
No speeches were permitted in the election they were holding to fill the primacy of the Church of England in Canada.
Once held according to seniority, the Primacy became elective under a system by which Canada's 27 bishops and archbishops propose names to an electoral college.
Born in England like most of Canada's 1,600 Anglican clergymen, he was educated in Toronto and Lennoxville, Que., held rectorships in Toronto and Hamilton, became bishop in 1925.
www.time.com /time/magazine/article/0,9171,930550,00.html   (437 words)

 Moo Canada: 911 report #1934 (#1934)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
911 report #1934 is in Junk Pile [DT].
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www.moo.ca /1934   (84 words)

 H-Net Review: Jeff A. Webb on A Fishery for Modern Times: The State and the ...
When the Government of Canada announced a moratorium upon fishing northern cod, many commentators repeated the catchy phrase "too many fishermen chasing too few fish" as if this were an explanation of what had happened.
First, as Orwell pointed out, cliches are the enemy of understanding since they serve as an automatic response that does not require we think about what we are saying.
She points out that between 1934 and 1968 the state and fish companies embarked upon an effort to "modernize" the industry, to the exclusion of all other considerations.
www.h-net.msu.edu /reviews/showrev.cgi?path=216371040890030   (1270 words)

 Beckman Coulter Canada Inc.
Beckman Instruments, Inc. (founded in the USA in 1934) and Coulter Corporation (founded in the late 1940s) united in 1997 to form a single entity that accounts for tens of thousands of analytical systems operating in laboratories around the world.
The Corporation is a world leader in providing systems that simplify and automate laboratory processes used in all phases of the battle against disease.
Beckman Coulter Canada Inc. was founded in November 1998 with the merging of the two Canadian entities: Beckman Instruments (Canada) Inc. and Coulter Electronics of Canada Ltd. Canadian offices are located in Mississauga, Ontario and Montreal, Quebec, and Beckman Coulter employees service customers across the country.
www.beckmancoulter.com /localization/subinfo/canada/canada.asp   (271 words)

 TIME.com: Paper Index -- Apr. 23, 1934 -- Page 1
Canada has no New Deal, no NRA, no Brain Trust.
Dominion business is estimated to be at least 33% above the 1933 low.
Newsprint to Canada is what automobiles are to the U. Dominion newsprint production for the first quarter was 41% above last year, in March was up 53% to the highest figure for the month since 1929.
www.time.com /time/magazine/article/0,9171,747358,00.html   (305 words)

 Genealogy of Michele Rigali
was born May 26, 1841 in Tuscany, Italy, and died June 05, 1910 in Quebec, Canada.
(ADELARD3, JOHN2, MICHELE1) was born 1934 in Quebec, Canada.
This information was supplied by Diane Rigali of Quebec, Canada.
members.tripod.com /rigali/Page16.html   (190 words)

 FRASER » Publications » Survey of Current Business » 1934
Home » Publications » Survey of Current Business » 1934
In some instances, pages are assembled into collections with pages of the same title that appear in later issues of the publication.
Canada - sales of ordinary life insurance; Shipments of automoblie accessories and parts; Registrations of new commercial cars in the U.S.; Airplane travel
fraser.stlouisfed.org /publications/SCB/1934   (296 words)

In 1936 the ice was still prepared by hand.
It was believed that these decisions would point the way ahead for a long time towards a sound development, and there was reason to hope for a further impetus – then came World War II with all its horrors.
www.iihf.com /iihf/history/1934.htm   (296 words)

 Ellen M. Bull B. 01 May 1850 D. 1934   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Ellen M. Bull was born 01 May 1850 in Markham, Ontario, Canada.
She died 1934 in Perry, Wyoming County, New York.
This site has details of other people with the surname Bull and an index to other surnames.
www1.shore.net /~natalie/ufti/p1959.htm   (77 words)

 Collectors Supply House - The Pioneer & Semi-Official Air Stamps of Canada 1918 - 1934   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Collectors Supply House - The Pioneer & Semi-Official Air Stamps of Canada 1918 - 1934
The Pioneer & Semi-Official Air Stamps of Canada 1918 - 1934
Complete background, all known cachets, flight information, cover quantities, study of the stamps, etc. Now incorporates a completely new section devoted to the pioneer air mail flights of Canada.
www.collectorssupplyhouse.com /philatelic/airstamps.htm   (55 words)

 Thomas Eldred PRESSEY-[137]
Born: 1890, Bayham Twp., Eg in County, Ontario, Canada
Died: 13 Jul 1934, Sarnia, Ontario, Canada, at age 44
(Bertha KING-[138] was born in 1896 in Unknown, died on 12 Jun 1940 in Sarnia, Ontario, Canada and was buried on an unknown date in Unknown.)
members.tripod.com /presseyfamily/137.htm   (69 words)

Philips has been inventing and marketing innovative products for over a hundred years, and has been a leading brand in Canada since 1934.
Throughout Canada and globally, Philips stands for innovative ideas, quality manufacturing and an ongoing commitment to customer satisfaction.
Today, Philips Canada is a leading brand in lighting, personal and small kitchen appliances, medical systems for diagnosis and therapy, consumer electronics, color monitors, LCD projectors, institutional televisions, speech processing systems, and electronics components.
www.tweaknews.net /reviews/soundcard   (341 words)

 5 CENT CANADA NICKEL COIN 1934 5 CENT CANADIAN NICKEL   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Canada (6) Silver King George V Silver 5Cents G/VG
Canada 1917 Silver King George V 5Cents VF
Canada 50" 1948 Fifty Cent Piece EF-40 * Sharp KEY Date
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