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He travels frequently from Canada to Europe where the work continues at the atelier in Wisques and the church in Porto.
His return on 3 september 1939 is blocked by the outbreak of the second world war.
In 1941 his permit to work as an architect in Canada is not renewed.
home.tiscali.nl /~ti125673/Canada.htm   (181 words)

 Imperial Tobacco Co. of Canada v. Rock City Tobacco Co. Ltd.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Judgment of Maclean, J., President of the Exchequer Court of Canada, [1960] Ex.
APPEAL by the plaintiffs from the judgment of Maclean J., President of the Exchequer Court of Canada [[1936] Ex.
DAVIS J. :— This is an appeal from the judgment of the President of the Exchequer Court of Canada [[1936] Ex.
www.tobaccolaw.org /documents/english/Cases/ImperialvR37.htm   (1128 words)

 CBC News:Ottawa won't rescue Air Canada, Valeri says   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Air Canada is seeking concessions from the union which it says it needs to complete a refinancing with a German bank.
Air Canada is due back in court on Friday to update an Ontario judge on progress in its restructuring, including seeking an extension of protection from its creditors.
The German company stepped in after Air Canada said Hong Kong businessman Victor Li's Trinity Time Investments was pulling out of an agreement to invest $650 million in the airline after unions refused to make changes in their pension plans.
www.cbc.ca /stories/2004/05/19/business/aircanadaimpasse_040519   (474 words)

 Provincial and Territorial Flowers of Canada
Canada is a massive land and the second largest country on the planet.
Canada's climate is very diverse, raging from hot summers in the 100's (113° F [45° C] - Midale and Yellow Grass, Saskatchewan, Canada - July 5, 1937), and the coldest of colds in the winter, 63° below Zero Fahrenheit (-52.777° Celcius) (Snag, Yukon, Lowest temperature ever recorded - February 3, 1947).
Canada has 39 national parks, over 1,000 provincial parks and nearly 50 territorial parks.
www.albertarose.org /Interest/Canada/about.html   (203 words)

In the period between 1925 and 1935, the U.S. Government objected to the Canadian Government that sulfur dioxide emissions from the operation were causing damage to the Columbia River valley in an 30 mile stretch from the international boundary to Kettle Falls, Washington.
In the period between 1928 and 1935, the Government of the United States filed complaints with the Government of Canada that sulfur dioxide emissions from the Trail smelter had damaged the Columbia River Valley.
As for the Tribunal's decision on question 1, it was determined that the Government of Canada should pay the United States US$78,000 for damage that the Trail Smelter had done to the State of Washington from 1932 to October 1, 1937.
www.american.edu /TED/TRAIL.HTM   (1577 words)

 U.S. Threatens Trade Sanctions to Canada
As for the Canadian government, solicitor general Lawrence Macaulay did not respond when asked if Canada is being pressured by U.S. The organization for the reform of marijuana laws says the Americans have a habit of throwing their weight around to influence other country's drug laws.
The view of Canada as a pot-smoking, pot-supplying nation is pervasive in the U.S. news media.
Australian officials reported that in l996 the United States had suggested to Australia that if the country went ahead with plans to provide heroin as a last resort to addicts, it might put at risk UN permission for its opium poppy industry in Tasmania, where a healthy business is carried on supplying pharmaceutical companies.
www.medicalmarihuana.ca /meddling.html   (2351 words)

 Morley, Reverend Frank S., The Philosophy of Canada's Position in the British Empire   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
The philosophy of Canada's position in the Empire and in the League of Nations.
Something of Canada's development within the Empire, to add to an understanding of the philosophy of Canada's position.
The philosophy by which Canada has acted ever since the time of Confederation, and as exemplified by her recognition of the Soviet Republic.
www.empireclubfoundation.com /details.asp?SpeechID=2822   (311 words)

Air Canada, Canada's largest domestic and international airline, is the 10th largest commercial airline in the world.
Given the size and scale of Air Canada, it is essential for the company to operate with the highest level of efficiency to maximize revenue and customer goodwill.
In addressing these concerns, Air Canada must understand how to implement specific changes in their own business practices to ameliorate the passenger check-in experience and lessen the perception of service degradation as a consequence of September 11.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_qa3661/is_200308/ai_n9289072   (1344 words)

 1936 in Canada - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
See also: 1935 in Canada, other events of 1936, 1937 in Canada and the Timeline of Canadian history.
January 6 - Barbara Hanley is elected mayor of Webbwood, Ontario, becoming the first woman ever to serve as a mayor in Canada
Canada gives its assent under the Statute of Westminster 1931 for the law to apply in Canada.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/1936_in_Canada   (213 words)

 Statistics Canada: Historical Statistics of Canada
In 1962, there were 698 urban communities in Canada with a population of over 750 operating their own police forces, and reports were received from 91.4 percent of these communities (although some respondents submitted reports for only part of the year as it was the inaugural year of the Uniform Crime Reporting System).
Thus, The Dominion Bureau of Statistics collected and Statistics Canada continues to collect data on criminal proceedings from registrars of the Assize and General Sessions of the Peace and Supreme Courts, and from clerks of provincial, county and district courts, officials of the Magistrate's and Family Courts, and from Justices of the Peace.
In 1918 Statistics Canada commenced publication of statistics on the number of prisoners in custody at the beginning and end of the reporting year, along with the number of admissions and releases, for penitentiaries and provincial penal institutions.
www.statcan.ca /english/freepub/11-516-XIE/sectionz/sectionz.htm   (14156 words)

 Trafford Publishing: Women Who Lived and Loved North of 60
Short stories from women who pioneered Canada's north from 1937 to the present, who wove the social fabric that helped them in the challenges and to celebrate the joys.
In 1984 Toni was chosen to be the NWT government's first Executive Director of the Women's Secretariat and Status of Women Council from 1984 to 1988 She also served seven years as the first woman on the NWT Apprenticeship Board.
Canada's North has long held a fascination for many people the world over, most of whom have never ventured there but love to hear and read about it.
www.trafford.com /robots/00-0114.html   (2601 words)

 A Virtual Tour of Downtown Hamilton - Canada Business College   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
This was the first business institution of its kind in Canada, and over time proved to be one of the leading business schools in the Dominion.
The Canada Business College was registered with the Ontario Government through the Ontario Department of Education.
The Canada Business College, a first-class institution unique to the City of Hamilton, closed its doors in 1968.
collections.ic.gc.ca /hamilton_tour/canadabusinesscollege.htm   (314 words)

 The Middle-Class Plague: Epidemic Polio and the Canadian State, 1936-37
Of Canada’s four major waves of provincial polio epidemics, the second struck Ontario to an unprecedented degree in 1937, generating a similarly unprecedented response from the Ontario government in its control, treatment, hospitalization and after-care measures.
Nationally, 1937 was the second worst polio year in Canadian history with a reported case notification rate of 35.4 per 100,000, representing some 4,000 cases and 200 deaths across the country.
In Canada this situation shifted from west to east through the first decades of the twentieth century with the establishment of new and isolated settlements, particularly in the west and northern regions, along with rising population levels, improving health and economic standards and increased personal mobility through the growing use of automobiles and air travel.
www.healthheritageresearch.com /MCPlague.html   (9307 words)

 Cobham, Viscount, Empire Relations   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
The Empire Club of Canada Speeches 1936-1937 (Toronto, Canada: The Empire Club of Canada, 1937) pp.
Canada as the keystone of the arch in Anglo-American understanding.
The direction in which the hopes of the British are set in achieving a world peace in the closer union and closer understanding of the English speaking peoples of the world.
www.empireclubfoundation.com /details.asp?SpeechID=732   (226 words)

 Volunteers - Sailing Yacht Canada Restoration Project   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
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)

 Bank Notes - Bank Note Series, 1935 to present - 1937 Series - Bank of Canada
The creation of a second series of bank notes, only two years after the first issue, was prompted by changes in Canadian government legislation requiring the Bank of Canada to produce bilingual bank notes.
Another contributing factor was the death of King George V on 20 January 1936 and the subsequent abdication of Edward VIII.
The 1937 series of bank notes saw the portrait of King George VI replace those of other members of the royal family on all denominations except the $100 and $1,000 bank notes, which pictured former Canadian prime ministers.
www.bankofcanada.ca /en/banknotes/general/character/1937.htm   (163 words)

 1937 in Canada -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
First ascent of (additional info and facts about Mount Lucania) Mount Lucania (5,226m), third highest mountain in Canada.
October 6 - (A prosperous and industrialized province in central Canada) Ontario election: (additional info and facts about Mitchell Hepburn) Mitchell Hepburn's Liberals win a second consecutive majority
November 24 - The first (additional info and facts about Governor General's Awards) Governor General's Awards are given.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/1/19/1937_in_canada.htm   (389 words)

 William Tracy and Sarah Gostick
1.  WILLIAM1 TRACY was born 1791 in Middlesex, England, and died February 08, 1879 in Claremont, Ontario, Canada.  He married ELEANOR 1813 in Shoreditch Parish Church, Middlesex, England.  She was born 1791 in Middlesex, England, and died May 28, 1879 in Claremont, Ontario, Canada.
5.  SAMUEL3 TRACY (WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born 1842 in Altona Pickering, Ontario, Canada, and died 1896 in Barrie, Canada.  He married FRANCIS JEWEL.  She was born 1854 in Ohio, and died 1873 in Minesing.
9.  MARY ANN3 TRACY (WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born 1852 in Altona Pickering, Ontario, Canada, and died 1940 in Cranbrook, Brittish Columbia, Canada.  She married ALEXANDER DONALD MACLEOD 1881 in Barrie, Ontario, Canada, son of DONALD MACLEOD and ISABEL CAMERON.  He was born December 25, 1848 in Rapinville, and died 1922 in Empress, Alberta, Canada.
www.geocities.com /clarahafen/tracy.html   (408 words)

 Baxter Corporation (Canada) - History   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Baxter Laboratories of Canada is incorporated under the laws of the Province of Ontario.
In Canada, until June 1997, Baxter operates as one company on behalf of Baxter Corporation and Allegiance Healthcare Canada Inc.
Allegiance Healthcare Canada Inc. and MDS Ingram and Bell, combine their Canadian healthcare and distribution businesses to create a new company Source Medical.
www.baxter.ca /htdocs/en/corp_info/history.html   (426 words)

 Airline History - Airlines by index
was renamed Air Canada in 1964 and a new brighter look came in for form of the maple-leaf red livery.
Douglas DC8-63 'stretched-eights' were added to the long-haul fleet as Air Canada's international network greatly widened.
Air Canada became privatised in 1989 and took on a new livery to reflect its new status.
airlines.afriqonline.com /airlines/568.htm   (445 words)

 Other - $4.20 Canada 1992 Olympic Games Booklet   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Canada: large small types selection to 10c, high cat.
A;V;; Canada 038 XFNH PB/M/S CV: 240.00 $ ++ ; 39772
A;V;; Canada #038 XFNH PB/M/S CV: 240.00 $ ++ ; 39774
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 1888 in Canada   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
See also: 1887 in Canada other events of 1888 1889 in Canada and the Timeline of Canadian history.
It is a primary account of a child's life growing up in Montana and Canada in the early part of the twentieth century.
Margaret (Peggy) Bell's life spanned some 94 years, from 1888-1982, and her story is as exciting and troublin...
www.freeglossary.com /1888_in_Canada   (349 words)

 The Nation, 11/06/1937 - Right Turn in Canada by McNeil, James   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
...The C. was presented to the public as a new "American invasion," and one newspaper solemnly compared the legal entry of international union organizers into Canada with the Fenian raids of the last century, in which a few IrishAmericans started a little war of their own on Canadian soil...
...There are not 15,000 Communists in Ontario and not more than that in the whole of Canada, nor had they any share in the Oshawa strike...
...and in central Canada the idea of a National Government, merging both Liberals and Conservatives, is not dead...
www.nationarchive.com /Summaries/v145i0019_07.htm   (1747 words)

 eBay Canada — New and used canada, Coins World, Postcards Paper on eBay.ca   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Canada Nova Scotia one penny token 1824 (K29) 
Canada # 18Pi VF proof on india pair Cat.
search.ebay.ca /canada_Paper-Money-Canada_W0QQfsooZ1QQfsopZ1QQsacatZ...   (470 words)

 Bank of Canada - NEW!!! Canadian government Paper Money 18th Edition
www.elnid.com /bank-of-canada,c3429,4,ur.html   (374 words)

 King George VI Coronation Medal (1937) - Veterans Affairs Canada
The coronation of King George VI took place on 12 May 1937, following the death of King George V on 20 January 1936 and the abdication of King Edward VIII on 11 December 1936.
The rim is not raised on this medal and there is no legend.
Around the rim of the medal is the inscription: GEORGE VI QVEEN ELIZABETH (a V in Queen rather than a U).
www.vac-acc.gc.ca /youth/sub.cfm/collections/cmdp/mainmenu/group10/kgvicm   (184 words)

 Pease, The Honourable Percy, Trade Relations Between Australia and Canada   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Automobiles exported to Australia from Canada and the U.S. The lack of oil fuel in Australia.
Trade between Canada and Australia, heavily in favour of Canada.
Examples of what could be done to even up the balance of trade between Canada and Australia.
www.empireclubfoundation.com /details.asp?SpeechID=158   (190 words)

 1937 Nuremberg Party Rally - Stormfront White Nationalist Community   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
I have been looking for quite some time now for a monitor sized picture.
It's the one of the 1937 nazi party rally.
The three swastika banners are the focal point and its shot from behind the crowd, full of Wehrmacht soldiers.
www.stormfront.org /forum/showthread.php?p=392655   (189 words)

 Fred Cox DC-8 Jet Collection - AC DC-8-41
Air Canada is Canada's Flag Carrier and originally started operations in 1937 as Trans-Canada Air Lines.
In the early 1980s Air Canada converted 7 of the 13 DC-8-63s to DC-8-63AF (Air Freighters) which extended the DC-8's life with the airline.
Air Canada thus set the records for being the Longest Operator of the DC-8 with nearly 34 years of service (1960-1994) -and- was also the Last Original Operator to Retire the DC-8.
www.dc-8jet.com /acdc841.htm   (241 words)

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