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  ZNet | Activism | Canada for anti-imperialists
This is all part of a very deliberate agenda that denies self-determination to the peoples of the world, keeps the world 'safe' for the rights of investors, corporations, and militarists, and undermines democracy on behalf of elites in the rich countries (and their clients in the poor countries).
Canada doesn't have the power or will to have imperial aspirations, and if there is a division between the US and the rest of the world, Canada stands with the world.
Canada used its presence on the ICC not only to help whitewash what the US was doing and deny the facts, but also to spy on the Vietnamese, providing intelligence to the US on what the effects of its weapons were on the population and more.
www.zmag.org /content/print_article.cfm?itemID=5817§ionID=1   (3206 words)

 Pontiac Bonneville 1959: A Car like No Other - Associated Content
But not so in 1959, and it would be this way until the last days of the station wagons in the mid 1990's.
When the 1959 Pontiac began its gestation in 1956, Bunkie Knudsen took charge of the Pontiac division at the GM in 1956.
When the 1959 Pontiac broke all bonds of the traditional styling and the engineering in divisions fifty one year history.
www.associatedcontent.com /article/156582/pontiac_bonneville_1959_a_car_like.html   (670 words)

 CPC - Poles in Canada   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Monsignor Anthony Gocki of Regina, lawyer B. Dubienski of Winnipeg, former alderman and citizenship judge, Knight of St. Gregory, Peter Taraska of Winnipeg, multilingual radio station founder and broadcaster Casimir Stanczykowski of Montreal, Captain Andrew Garlicki of Ottawa, and W.W.II staff-sergeant of the Polish Army Jan Drygala of Oshawa.
In 1861 he was re-elected to the Legislative Assembly of Lower Canada, and after the creation of Confederation in 1867, he became a member of the House of Commons.
In 1841 he moved to Canada to live, and was made Superintendent of Public Works for what is now Western Ontario by the Ottawa government.
www.kpk.org /english/poles.htm   (1877 words)

 CubaNet - News/Noticias: Canada's Bid to Foster Rights in Cuba   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Canada's initiative grew out of an accord signed in January by Foreign Minister Lloyd Axworthy and his Cuban counterpart, Roberto Robaina Gonzalez.
Canada and Mexico alone in the Western Hemisphere have refused to follow the U.S.-led embargo of Cuba.
Canada's program is viewed skeptically in Washington, in part because the program is committed to working with the Cuban government.
www.cubanet.org /CNews/y97/mar97/1canada.html   (559 words)

 Canada, Empire | The Dominion
It is said that Canada doesn't have the power or will to have imperial aspirations, and if there is a division between the US and the rest of the world, Canada stands with the world.
Canada's minister of external affairs, Joe Clark, said early in the war that the reason Canadian forces were in the Gulf was that Canada would not stand for the invasion of small countries by powerful ones.
Canada's politicians duly complied, "mending the fence" on the bones of Haitians, acquiescing in the coup against democratically elected President Aristide, and sending troops to occupy that country.
dominionpaper.ca /features/2004/07/21/canada_emp.html   (5849 words)

 Kaiser Jeep in Canada 1959-69 on The CJ3B Page
The first Jeep factory in Canada was opened in 1959 (although Ford had previously built M38A1's in Canada, under contract to the U.S. Army).
At the bottom of the front page was a photo of the already existing Willys facility, which was located between the two sites where the Chrysler mini-van and truck plants would later be established.
Kaiser Jeep of Canada Limited, as it came to be called, started assembling Jeeps in Windsor in 1954.
www.film.queensu.ca /CJ3B/Canada/CanadaKaiser.html   (1314 words)

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Prior to 1970, Bell Canada also used the *same* older Bell logo (the one which looked more realistically like an actual bell) however the words "Bell Canada" were written inside of the bell instead of the words "Bell System".
Canada's Department of Transport took over the NCS from the RCAF in August 1946, then contracted CN Telegraphs to maintain and operate the NCS, effective April 1947.
Bell Canada and GTE's British Columbia Telephone Company have been federally regulated for decades, while the individual dominant provincial telcos of TCTS (Telecom Canada, now Stentor) were regulated by their own provincial regulatory agencies.
www.hackcanada.com /telco/stentor_bellcanada.txt   (4112 words)

 SUNLINK WOTM - Canada and Mexico
The United States is fortunate to have good neighbors: Canada and Mexico.
Canada 1970 : the official handbook of present conditions and recent programs, 1969.
Canada and the U.S.A.: a background book about internal conflict and the new nationalism, 1972.
www.sunlink.ucf.edu /weed/archive/canada.html   (447 words)

 1959 Crown Imperial by Ghia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
In addition, all trim including door panels, partition structure, seats, armrests, shelf panel, and other parts were fabricated.
This particular limo was built in 1957, and modified for the 1959 Tour.
One of only seven Ghia Limousines built in 1959.
www.theguildofautomotiverestorers.com /1959_chrysler_imperial.html   (373 words)

 Exchange of notes (February 27, 1959) between Canada and the United States of America concerning arrangements for ...
Exchange of notes (February 27, 1959) between Canada and the United States of America concerning arrangements for dredging and disposal of spoil in the St. Clair River and Lake St. Clair
The attention of the United States Government is also drawn to Section 33 of the Fisheries Act of Canada and Section 40 of the Regulations under the Migratory Birds Convention Act which refer to the pollution of waters with special reference to the effect upon fish and migratory birds.
At the same time, the Government of Canada will grant and assure the United States, without charge, such rights and access, use and occupancy as may be required for the construction of the new cut.
www.lexum.umontreal.ca /ca_us/en/cts.1959.06.en.html   (1348 words)

 The Faith of the Anglican Church of Canada   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
In Canada, The Book of Alternative Services was authorized in 1985 as an alternative to the Prayer Book.
It does not replace the BCP as the official prayer book of the church, but it is an alternative in contemporary language authorized for use by the General Synod and the diocesan bishop.
One profession of the faith we believe is said by Anglicans around the world in the Nicene Creed, issued in 325 A.D. by the Council of Nicaea.
edmonton.anglican.org /faith.html   (641 words)

 Time for Kids | Specials | GO PLACES: CANADA
Explorer John Cabot sails to Canada's east coast and claims it for England.
Canada creates the North-West Mounted Police, now known as the Royal Canadian Mounted Police or Mounties, to help keep order.
Canada flies its red and white maple leaf flag for the first time.
www.timeforkids.com /TFK/specials/goplaces/0,12405,396069,00.html   (260 words)

 Statistics Canada: Historical Statistics of Canada
As a result of the popularity and rapid expansion of non-university education, the ratio of university to non-university enrolment fell from 2.3 in 1951 to 1.7 in 1975.
Although figures at the Canada level are presented from 1861 to 1975, developments in the 1960s and 1970s are most noteworthy.
SOURCE: for 1960 to 1975, Education in Canada, 1973 to 1976, for 1958 to 1959, Statistics Canada, unpublished data; for 1955 to 1957, Historical Statistics of Canada; for 1920 to 1950, Survey of Higher Education, (Catalogue 81-211), various issues.
www.statcan.ca /english/freepub/11-516-XIE/sectionw/sectionw.htm   (6784 words)

 A Brief History of Canada - 1930 to 1959
Canada and the United States co-operate to form a Permanent Joint Defence Board.
Canada's first participation in the European theatre, the Dieppe raid on August 19, was a total disaster.
The Canada Council was formed to encourage uniqueness and to overcome American influences on Canadian culture.
www3.sympatico.ca /goweezer/canada/can1930.htm   (2159 words)

 1959 | Western Canada Baseball
One of his Canadian highlights was as a member of the Edmonton Eskimos in 1957 playing for Canada in the Global World Series in Detroit.
In a May, 1959 game with Triple-A Houston, the side-arming righthander was taken out for a pinch-hitter in the 8th inning of a 2-2 game.
With the death of his father Spearman, then 32 (although the papers claimed he was 27) quit in mid-season to return to Chicago.
www.attheplate.com /wcbl/1959_1.htm   (2045 words)

 March 31 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
1949 - Newfoundland and Labrador joins Confederation and becomes the 10th Province of Canada.
After the elctions PDU and MDV form a government.
1959 - The 14th Dalai Lama, Tenzin Gyatso, crosses the border into India and is granted political asylum.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/March_31   (1321 words)

 The Bible UFO Connection - UFOs In History - 1959
The object was spinning, stopped when they did, was white in color and remained with them for nearly 50 km.
Canada, Grassy Plains: Alex Gillis and Jerry Monkman saw from a hilltop an egg-shaped object in the middle of the road.
One gold, oblate-shaped object, nine times as wide as it was thick, metallic and with sharp edges, flew straight and level for 20-30 seconds.
www.bibleufo.com /ufos924.htm   (1407 words)

 Cuba/Canada Relations
Canada and Mexico are the only two countries in the hemisphere that have maintained uninterrupted diplomatic relations with Cuba following the success of the Cuban Revolution in 1959.
Given the peaceful nature of the dissidents’ activities, Canada’s position is that the severe restrictions on freedom of expression cannot be justified on the grounds of national security.
Canada co-sponsored a resolution on Cuba’s human-rights situation for the 14 th consecutive year at the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights in April 2005.
www.readersdigest.ca /mag/2007/03/cuba.php   (594 words)

 Document relatifs aux relations extérieures du Canada
Of particular importance to Canada is the United Kingdom's intention to rejoin the new Agreement after six years in which she has remained outside the I.W.A. The following features of the new Agreement are significant from the Canadian point of view:
The replacement of rights and obligations at the extremes of the price range by a continuous obligation of individual importing countries to purchase from the exporting countries at prices throughout the price range, excluding the maximum, a specified minimum percentage of their total commercial requirements.
I RECOMMEND that the Canadian Ambassador in Washington be authorized to sign, subject to ratification, on behalf of the Government of Canada the International Wheat Agreement - 1959 and that both Houses of Parliament be asked at the present session to approve by resolution Canada's ratification of the Agreement.
www.dfait-maeci.gc.ca /department/history/dcer/details-fr.asp?intRefid=10893   (778 words)

 George William Rankin, b: 1858 - Canada
Born: 1827, Canada Marr: 1861  Died: 1915, SD.
Born: 1858, Canada Marr: 1879  Died: 1915, SD.
Born: 1858, Canada Marr: 1879 Died: 1915, SD.
www.sharpgenealogy.com /family/gp25.htm   (161 words)

 1959 Crown Imperial by Ghia
In addition, all trim including door panels, partition structure, seats, armrests, shelf panel, and other parts were fabricated.
This particular limo was built in 1957, and modified for the 1959 Tour.
One of only seven Ghia Limousines built in 1959.
www.guildclassiccars.com /1959_chrysler_imperial.html   (373 words)

 Stentor, Bell Canada, Independents - Some History
In 1971, Bell Canada and NECO merged their RandD facilities in a new organization, Bell Northern Research (BNR).
This ended the close relationship between ATandT and Bell Canada which had been in existence for close to 100 years.
In 1983, Bell Canada, NECO and BNR were placed under the holding company, Bell Canada Enterprises, now known as BCE Inc. The Atlantic province telcos are now owned by holding companies, which BCE owns stock in, including Bruncor (which owns NBTel), MTandT in Nova Scotia, and NewTel (formerly Newfoundland Telephone).
www.hackcanada.com /canadian/phreaking/canfonehist.html   (4090 words)

 1959 in Canada -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
April 1 - The (A seaway involving the Saint Lawrence River and the Great Lakes that was developed jointly by Canada and the United States; oceangoing ships can travel as far west as Lake Superior) St.
September 7 - (additional info and facts about Maurice Duplessis) Maurice Duplessis, Premier of (The largest province of Canada; a French colony from 1663 to 1759 when it was lost to the British) Quebec, dies in office
See (additional info and facts about 1959 Governor General's Awards) 1959 Governor General's Awards for a complete list of winners and finalists for those awards.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/1/19/1959_in_canada.htm   (1097 words)

 MA's Stamp Album - Canada - 1959
A new commemorative stamp to mark 200 years of united effort by Canada's two language groups in building a modern nation will go on sale on September 10th.
It marks the anniversary of the battle of the Plains of Abraham which took place on September 13th, 1759, outside the walls of the City of Quebec.
The British and French heraldic emblems on either end of the ribbon which has "Canada" in the centre symbolize the union of these peoples to form Canada.
members.fortunecity.com /stampsbetweenus/1959.htm   (439 words)

 SportsKnowHow.com - Volleyball Rules - Volleyball Canada
For a long time, volleyball games in YMCAs in Toronto and Montreal were the only organized manifestations of the sport in Canada.
Now, more than 50 years after it was founded, the association is renamed as Volleyball Canada and oversees more than 80,000 members.
Volleyball Canada’s regions are now drawn along provincial/territorial lines and take in the whole of Canada.
www.sportsknowhow.com /volleyball/rules/volleyball-canada.html   (199 words)

 Thalidomide Victims Association of Canada - What is Thalidomide?
This resulted in wide disparity in the compensation amounts, with settlements for individuals with the same levels of disability varying by hundreds of thousands of dollars.
In 1987, the War Amputations of Canada established The Thalidomide Task Force to seek compensation for Canadian-born Thalidomide Victims from the government of Canada.
These payments were quickly used by individuals to cover some of the extraordinary costs of their disabilities, and for most victims, these monies are long gone.
www.thalidomide.ca /en/information/what_is_thalidomide.html   (639 words)

 CANADA   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Search the CANADA Family Message Boards at Ancestry.com (if available).
Search the CANADA Family Resource Center at RootsWeb.com (if available).
Find graves of people named CANADA at Find-a-Grave.com (or add one that you know).
www.worldhistory.com /surname/US/C/CANADA.htm   (160 words)

 Document relatifs aux relations extérieures du Canada
He had gone over the draft in great detail but it was not yet in the right form to be made that day.
(d) that an agreement be made with the United States, in the form of an exchange of notes, for the implementation of the agreed arrangements on the sharing of the costs of Bomarc and S.A.G.E. installations in Canada and the associated extension of radar coverage.
Voir Canada, Chambre des Communes, Débats, 1959, volume II, pp.
www.dfait-maeci.gc.ca /department/history/dcer/details-fr.asp?intRefid=10989   (576 words)

 1959 Edsel Page
A decision was made in early 1958 to drop the big Edsels from the 1959 line, leaving Mercury to stand alone in the Ford stables with a mid-size car.
All 1959 Edsel transmissions (and their dataplate codes) were identical to Ford's.
Quite a few 1959 Corsairs have been found with "mesh" cloth inserts in various colors, that were used on the 1958 Edsel.
www.edsel.com /pages/edsel59.htm   (3566 words)

 Exchange of notes (April 13, 1959) between Canada and the United States of America concerning the construction and ...
Exchange of notes (April 13, 1959) between Canada and the United States of America concerning the construction and equipment required for the augmentation of communications facilities at Cape Dyer, Baffin Island (DEW EAST)
The Ambassador of the United States of America to Canada to the Acting Secretary of State for External Affairs
There may be conditions under which Canada would wish to negotiate with the United States for ownership of the installations in Canada, such as a situation in which the system was being used to carry a substantial volume of non-military traffic to and from Canada.
www.lexum.umontreal.ca /ca_us/en/cts.1959.09.en.html   (511 words)

 Duro Dyne Canada Inc Home Page
Established in 1959, Duro Dyne Canada Inc. manufactures and distributes the most complete line of sheet metal accessories and equipment for the heating, ventilating and air conditioning industry in Canada.
Thanks to our association with Duro Dyne Corp. in the United States, Duro Dyne Canada benefits from their extensive research and development program.
Duro Dyne fabricates or distributes Flexible Connector in a wide range of fabrics through to the wide range of hardware, sealers, adhesives, tools, screws, rivets, insulation pins as well as a wide range of machinery to assist in the use of these products.
www.durodynecanada.ca   (210 words)

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