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  1951 in Canada - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
See also: 1950 in Canada, other events of 1951, 1952 in Canada and the list of 'years in Canada'.
The Indian Act of Canada is revised to limit coverage of Aboriginal people, excluding Aboriginal women who married non-Aboriginal men.
See 1951 Governor General's Awards for a complete list of winners and finalists for those awards.
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 1951 in Canada: Facts and details from Encyclopedia Topic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The governor general of canada (french: gouverneur général or gouverneure générale) is the representative of the canadian monarch....
Karen kain was born on march 28, 1951 in hamilton, ontario and began training to become a ballerina at the national ballet school in toronto, canada...
Joseph tascona (born october 9, 1951 in barrie, ontario) is a politician in ontario, canada....
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/1/19/1951_in_canada.htm   (2234 words)

 Statistics Canada: Historical Statistics of Canada
I, (Catalogue 92-607); for 1971 and 1976 Census of Canada, 1971, and Census of Canada, 1976, (unpublished tabulations by Census Characteristics Division of Statistics Canada).
6-7; for 1951, Census of Canada, 1951, vol.
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)

 1951 Influenza Epidemic | CDC EID
We revisited the 1951 epidemic by quantifying its death rate  in 3 countries (England and Wales, Canada, the United States) and comparing its age-specific mortality pattern with that of surrounding epidemic and pandemic seasons (1).
For Canada, the 1951 epidemic was the most severe influenza season in the period 1950–1999, as indicated by crude seasonal excess death rates from PandI and all causes (data not shown).
By contrast, we have shown that the 1951 epidemic was not associated with the emergence of a new influenza subtype, yet had a higher death rate than 2 of the 3 pandemics of the past century in England and Canada, especially among the elderly, and higher death rate than all 3 pandemics in Liverpool.
www.cdc.gov /ncidod/EID/vol12no04/05-0695.htm   (4195 words)

 PRO Canada Awards
Awards and scholarships granted by PRO Canada (formerly BMI Canada) in five categories: annual student composers' awards, annual songwriters' awards, 'special' awards, awards to orchestras, an annual copyright award, and others including awards for jazz composers, country songs, French songs, and pop music.
In 1967 BMI Canada established Centennial Scholarships in composition at the RCMT and Simon Fraser University and from 1975 to 1978 the organization offered $50 cash prizes to composition students at all Canadian universities and community colleges.
The PRO Canada Copyright Award (established in 1978, first awarded in 1979) has offered an annual prize of $2000 to a Canadian law student, or lawyer in his or her first year of articling, for an essay on the subject of copyright as it relates to music.
www.thecanadianencyclopedia.com /index.cfm?PgNm=TCE&Params=U1ARTU0002867   (609 words)

 Canada's Head of State
Canada is a constitutional monarchy, and so its head of state is the monarch, the authority of whom has been delegated almost completely to the governor general since 1947.
Canada is a nation of political evolution rather than revolution; only gradually would its symbols for the Crown change to show the new political reality.
Canada purposely chose to exclude the power to amend its own constitution from the Statute because, at the time, internal agreement could not be reached on an amending formula.
fraser.cc /FlagsCan/Nation/StateHead.html   (5451 words)

 U.S.-Canadian Social Security Agreement
The agreement with Canada helps many people who, without the agreement, would not be eligible for monthly retirement, disability or survivors benefits under the Social Security systems of one or both countries.
To get OAS benefits, you must be 65 or older and must have been a resident of Canada for at least 10 years after age 18 (or 20 years after age 18 to have benefits paid outside Canada).
Under the agreement, Canada will consider your U.S. Social Security credits earned after 1951 and after age 18, along with periods of residence in Canada after 1951 and after age 18, to meet the OAS residence requirements.
www.ssa.gov /international/Agreement_Pamphlets/canada.html   (4579 words)

 IMMIGRATION : Self Made Immigration : Immigration to Canada Services   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
IMMIGRATION CANADA - Canada One.org - Immigration to Canada...
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Resettling Refugees in Canada - Citizenship and Immigration Canada CIC...
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 Exchange of notes (August 1, 1951) between Canada and the United States of America constituting an agreement regarding ...
Subject to the availability of appropriated funds, and to the terms and conditions hereinafter set forth, the Governments of Canada and the United States will, in the interests of joint defence against air attacks, construct and operate within Canada an extension of the continental radar defence system, (hereinafter referred to as "the extension").
In order to simplify the division of costs in accordance with this principle, the United States and Canada will each assume financial responsibility for construction, equipment and operation of those stations (with their associated control facilities) respectively allocated to each of them by agreement between the appropriate authorities of the two governments.
The stations will be manned initially by Canada and the United States respectively according to arrangements agreed upon by the appropriate authorities of the two governments.
www.lexum.umontreal.ca /ca_us/en/cts.1951.31.en.html   (786 words)

 National Ballet of Canada
The National Ballet of Canada, founded in 1951, is a classical ballet repertory company that presents a very wide range of choreography, from the 19th-century classics and masterworks by later choreographers to newly commissioned ballets.
Although it remains Canada's largest ballet troupe, the scale of its operations has fluctuated historically according to its financial resources.
Franca and her board of directors decided independently to give the company a national base by drawing its dancers from across Canada and organizing extensive Canadian tours.
www.canadianencyclopedia.ca /PrinterFriendly.cfm?ArticleId=A0005610   (1429 words)

 1951 | Western Canada Baseball
Marion Sugar Cain (left), who had barnstormed in Canada and the Dakotas with the San Francisco Cubs, joined Clifton Zoonie McLean (right) in Minot and the pair were among the biggest stars in the Mandak League through to the end of the circuit in 1957.
Hannah is well known across the border as one of the partners in the California vocal group, Sons of the San Joaquin.
He was the ace of the Canucks staff and at one point in the 1951 season had thrown 31 consecutive shutout innings.
www.attheplate.com /wcbl/1951_1.htm   (2041 words)

 France, Celia - Hutchinson encyclopedia article about France, Celia
English dancer and founder-director of the National Ballet of Canada (1951–74).
As director of the National Ballet of Canada she built up a repertoire strong on Russian classics and work from British choreographers like Frederick Ashton and Antony Tudor.
Soon after returning to Ballet Rambert in 1950 she was invited by a group of dance patrons in Toronto to set up a new ballet company for Canada.
encyclopedia.farlex.com /France,+Celia   (181 words)

 Bloomberg.com: Canada
Canada has added 70,900 jobs this year through July.
The report suggests consumer spending, which makes up 56 percent of Canada's C$1 trillion ($720 million) economy, is holding up even as job growth has slowed to a fifth of what it was at this point last year.
The Bank of Canada, which lowered its trend-setting interest rates last month, is trying to fuel consumer and business spending to drive economic expansion as the U.S. economy struggles and this year's 14 percent rise in the Canadian dollar cuts exports.
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Canada III: The Uncharted Nations: The Romance of Canadian History: A Reference History of the Canadian Tribes.
Canada 1941 : The Official Handbook of Present Conditions and Recent Progress.
This is the history of the community of Domain, Manitoba Canada.
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 Projected Railways   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
1847 Canada c.118 - from Bytown to Britannia Mills and in the town of Fitzroy Harbour; operate vessels on the Ottawa River from Britannia to Fitzroy Harbour and Portage du Fort.
1856 Canada c.112 - from a point on the Ottawa River between Arnprior and Pembroke to the waters of Lake Huron, comprising as its shareholders the North Shore Ry., Vaudreuil Ry.
1900 Canada c.71 - from Ottawa to Brockville and to operate a ferry from Brockville across the River St. Lawrence to Morrisburg, NY; restrictions as to the operation of a street railway in Ottawa and location near Ottawa Electric Ry.
www.railways.incanada.net /candate/projected.html   (5824 words)

 The Atlas of Canada - Rates of Population Change, 1851 to 1951
The top map shows the percent changes in population for eastern Canada for the period 1851 to 1901 (Newfoundland data is for 1857 to 1901).
The bottom map shows the percent changes in population for Canada for the period 1901 to 1951 (Northwest Territories data is for 1911 to 1951).
The third graph shows the percent increase in Canada's total population by decade for the period 1851 to 1951.
atlas.nrcan.gc.ca /site/english/maps/archives/3rdedition/peopleandsociety/population/049   (211 words)

 Wenness   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
She was born October 1839 in Norway, and died March 1931 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)

 Canada Cricket Online
Canada will be looking a win, and qualification for the finals of this tournament for associate ICC members.
This match is classified as first-class by the ICC; the last first-class match played in Canada was in 1951, when Canada played the MCC in Toronto.
One wonders if thse you rely on cricket as their career (Canada's captain for instance) will be wiling to risk themselves at all.
www.canadacricket.com /archives/2004/help.html   (1047 words)

 1950 in Canada - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
See also: 1949 in Canada, other events of 1950, 1951 in Canada and the Timeline of Canadian history.
August 7 - Canada joins a United Nations force to fight in Korean War
November 28 - Canada joins on to the Colombo Plan
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/1950_in_Canada   (211 words)

 Treaty between the United States of America and Mexico relating to the waters of the Rio Grande
In my note to you, I informed you that the Canadian Government is prepared to proceed with the construction of the seaway as soon as appropriate arrangements can be made for the construction of the power phase of the project as well.
The undertaking of the Government of Canada with respect to these water navigation facilities is based on the assumption that it will not be possible in the immediate future to obtain Congressional approval of the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Basin Agreement of 1941.
Canada's undertaking to provide the seaway is predicated on the construction and maintenance by suitable entities in Canada and the United States of a sound power project in the International Rapids Section.
www.internationalwaterlaw.org /RegionalDocs/St-Lawrence1.htm   (291 words)

 Exchange of Notes (July 31 and September 11, 1951) between Canada and the United States of America constituting an ...
I have the honor to state that discussions have recently taken place between representatives of the Unemployment Insurance Commission of Canada and the Bureau of Employment Security in the United States Department of Labor on matters of mutual interest arising under the laws of both countries with respect to unemployment insurance benefits.
In order to make the necessary and mutually agreed upon changes in the aforesaid agreement, the Government of the United States is prepared to make with the Government of Canada an amendment to the Agreement of 1942, such amendment being annexed to this note as an appendix.
I have the honour to refer to Your Excellency's Note No. 30 of July 31, 1951, in which you proposed the amendment of certain articles of the Agreement of March 12, 1942, between the United States of America and Canada on Unemployment Insurance Benefits.
www.lexum.umontreal.ca /ca_us/en/cts.1951.14.en.html   (444 words)

 Census of Canada, 1951   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Census questionnaires in: Census of Canada, 1951: volume X: general review and summary tables Appendix C pp.
Table 2: area and density of population, for counties and census divisions, 1931, 1941 and 1951.
Table 3: area and density of population for incorporated cities, towns and villages of 2,500 and over 1951.
www.chass.utoronto.ca /datalib/cc51/census51.htm   (164 words)

 The Atlas of Canada - Rural Population, 1951
The Atlas of Canada - Rural Population, 1951
This plate illustrates the distribution of rural population according to the 1951 census of Canada.
In 1951, Canada's rural population was 52.5% rural farm, and 47.5% rural non-farm.
atlas.gc.ca /sites/english/maps/archives/3rdedition/peopleandsociety/population/057   (241 words)

 The Atlas of Canada - Aboriginal Population, 1951 to 1955
The Atlas of Canada - Aboriginal Population, 1951 to 1955
It is based on a similar map which accompanied Bulletin 65 of the National museum of Canada - Indians of Canada by Diamond Jeness, first published in 1932.
As Canada was first explored almost wholly in an east to west direction, the time of first European contact varies from place to place.
atlas.gc.ca /sites/english/maps/archives/3rdedition/peopleandsociety/aboriginalpeoples/052   (209 words)

 Canada's New Queen - Life and Society - CBC Archives
On Feb. 6, 1952, Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor was proclaimed Queen of Canada.
When she visited Canada in 1951, 1957, 1959 and 1964, Elizabeth left an indelible mark on Canadians coast to coast.
On her first visit to Canada as Queen, Elizabeth opens the first session of the 23rd Parliament.
archives.cbc.ca /300c.asp?IDCat=69&IDDos=70&IDLan=1&IDMenu=69   (270 words)

 EconPapers: Provincial Income Disparity in Canada, 1951 to 1981
Abstract: In the present paper, we have examined the pattern of the provincial income disparity in Canada in the benchmark years 1951, 1961, 1971 and 1981.
Contributions of four factors, viz., labour force participation rate, industrial structure, capital per worker and output-capital ratio in the observed disparity of provincial incomes in the four benchmark years are estimated.
Capital per worker played a major role in accounting for the disparity in 1951, but its relative importance is declining over time.
econpapers.repec.org /paper/iimiimawp/727.htm   (286 words)

 1951 - KBCafe Web search
I 1951, Gibson answered the huge demand for electric arch top guitars with the introduction of the Super 400 CES.
When I first started this web site just prior to our 50th Class Reunion in 2001, I expected it would be the beginning of a vehicle for chronicalling the history of the WHS Class of 1951 over the...
Back in 1951, the popular songs of that time were: "Be My Love" performed by Mario Lanza; "Because Of You" performed by Tony Bennett; "Cold Cold Heart" sung by Tony Bennett and as well as "I Get...
www.kbcafe.com /search.aspx?q=1951&s=10   (343 words)

 The First Rotation - October - November 1951 - Veterans Affairs Canada
During October and November 1951 the first rotation of Canadian troops was accomplished.
The 1st Battalion PPCLI, under the command of Lieutenant-Colonel N.G. Wilson-Smith, replaced the 2nd Battalion PPCLI in gradual stages to allow for the orientation of inexperienced troops.
The operation cost the Canadians five killed and 21 wounded; the enemy lost 37 known dead and as many more believed killed or wounded.
www.vac-acc.gc.ca /remembers/sub.cfm?source=history/koreawar/valour/rotation   (249 words)

 1951 | Western Canada Baseball Playoffs
August 30th, the president of the Western Canada Baseball League announced the circuit had suspended operations for the balance of the season.
Rainy weather had caused the postponement of playoff games and resulted in the withdrawal of Medicine Hat and Moose Jaw, while members of the Regina Caps had packed their bags and headed for home.
Indian Head, the lone survivors, headed to Saskatoon for the Western Canada championships.
www.attheplate.com /wcbl/1951_1h.htm   (648 words)

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