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  canada stock images / stock images of canada photos search
Angry Canada Goose with wings spread in water.
Canada Goose (Branta canadensis) goslings play with a twig in the grass.
Yoho National Park, BC, Canada, alpine flowers, Mt.
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  UNHCR - China: The names of the 18 Chinese overseas students who were discovered in South Korea reportedly trying to ...
The Associated Press (8 Dec. 1989) reported that South Korean immigration officials deported the 18 Chinese students to Japan after arriving in Seoul with fake Argentine passports.
The students said they were going to Canada to seek refuge because they feared punishment for having staged anti-government protests in Japan against the brutal suppression of the pro-democracy movement in Beijing's Tiananmen Square in June.
 A Reuters report from 8 December 1989, maintains that the faked passports were Canadian and that the group the report is unclear as to whether there were 12 or 18 were accepted by the government of Taiwan.
www.unhcr.org /home/RSDCOI/3ae6ab844.html   (244 words)

  Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome in Canada, 1989-1999 - CCDR Volume 26-08 - Health Canada
Since 1994 when active surveillance for HPS was initiated in Canada, the number of cases per year has fluctuated from a high of eight in 1994 to two in 1999 (Figure 1).
HPS cases in Canada have occurred in every month but March, with an apparent bimodal seasonal distribution of cases corresponding to the spring and late fall: 50% of the cases (16/32) occurred during the months of April, May and June (Figure 2).
In Canada, the ubiquitous deer mouse is the primary reservoir for Sin Nombre viruses.
www.phac-aspc.gc.ca /publicat/ccdr-rmtc/00vol26/dr2608ea.html   (1277 words)

 Al nuovo ambasciatore del Canada presso la Santa Sede, 23 novembre 1989
La storia e le tradizioni del Canada l’hanno portato a fronteggiare le difficoltà di una Nazione composta da uomini e donne provenienti da orizzonti culturali diversi.
Il Canada porta un contributo apprezzato dai suoi partners in particolare all’ampliamento del dialogo tra il Nord e il Sud, perché il bene comune prenda sempre più la dimensione della terra tutta.
Eccellenza, a tutto il Canada vorrei, per suo tramite, rivolgere i miei voti cordiali e l’assicurazione di un ricordo molto vivo che conservo delle mie visite in quel bel Paese.
www.vatican.va /holy_father/john_paul_ii/speeches/1989/november/documents/hf_jp-ii_spe_19891123_ambasciatore-canada_it.html   (621 words)

 Canada-United States Free Trade Agreement (1989): historical context, economic impact and related links
Canada also wanted to strengthen the competitiveness of Canadian firms in global markets and to ensure the steady improvement of living standards.
It was signed in 1988 and came into effect on January 1, 1989.
The CUSFTA included a schedule for the elimination of all tariffs on trade between Canada and the United States by January 1, 1998.
www.canadianeconomy.gc.ca /english/economy/1989economic.html   (484 words)

  Wikinfo | Canada
Canada is the northernmost country in North America, bordered by the United States in the south (the world's longest undefended border) and northwest (Alaska).
Canada is a constitutional monarchy, the head of state being the monarch, currently Queen Elizabeth II.
Eastern Canada is divided between boreal forest and the barren Canadian Shield in the north and the highly fertile Saint Lawrence River Valley in the south, where most of the country's population is concentrated.
www.wikinfo.org /wiki.php?title=Canada   (1539 words)

 1989 Report of the Auditor General of Canada - Chapter 10
Under the procedural provisions of the Canada Elections Act, responsibility for the management of the electoral machinery is shared among Elections Canada, the government, and the political parties represented in the House of Commons.
Conceivably, Elections Canada may find itself in the same position it was in before the November 1988 general election: again faced with training two sets of returning officers; planning two different sets of electoral districts; and converting two sets of laws into the necessary detailed instructions.
Furthermore, at the July 1989 conference, all jurisdictions agreed to a proposal put forward by Elections Canada to organize a number of consultative committees on specific issues such as, fees paid to and terms of employment of returning officers and the development of computerized mapping systems.
www.oag-bvg.gc.ca /domino/reports.nsf/html/8910ce.html   (6246 words)

 Global Trade Negotiations Home Page
Though Canada is one of the largest and richest countries in the world, its relatively small population demands that it look beyond its own borders for the bulk of its economic transactions.
Canada's prosperity is highly correlated with its success as a trading nation: an estimated one-fourth jobs in Canada is linked to goods or services which are exported to global markets.
Canada is seeking the elimination of all export subsidies as quickly as possible; the elimination or substantial reduction of trade-distorting domestic support such as price supports and ceilings; substantial improvements in market access for all agricultural and food products; as well as strict sanitary and phytosanitary (SPS) standards that rely exclusively on objective scientific data.
www.cid.harvard.edu /cidtrade/gov/canadagov.html   (1546 words)

 SICE - Canada-United States FTA Panel USA 89-1807-01 /C
Canada stated that prior to implementation of the amendment, the United States imposed no federal size limits on the importation of Canadian lobster as long as it could be shown by bills of lading that the lobster were caught legally in Canada.
Canada contended that the 1989 amendment is a disguised restriction on international trade, adopted in response to the perception in the U.S. Congress that American lobstermen were at a competitive disadvantage.
Canada stated that the 1989 amendment was not directed at the catch in United States waters and did nothing to add to the conservation measure already in place.
www.sice.oas.org /DISPUTE/uscanfta/uc8903e.asp   (3917 words)

 Offshore World Resources & Data Base: Living Overseas, International Real Estate, Overseas Investments, Expatriate ...   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Canada became a self-governing dominion in 1867 while retaining ties to the British crown.
Canada's paramount political problem is meeting public demands for quality improvements in health care and education services after a decade of budget cuts.
In Quebec, the accelerated depreciation rules for manufacturing enterprises are some of the most favourable in Canada, and the provincial corporate taxation rate for the manufacturing and non-manufacturing sectors is pitched at the same level of 9.04%, whereas Alberta has reduced its corporate income tax rate to 8%.
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 NationMaster - Canadian Economy statistics   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In response to Mohan Reddy, Canada is ninth in the world in oil production, producing 2,880,000 barrels of oil per day, and has the 11th–biggest natural gas reserves in the world, with 59.7 trillion cubic feet.
Canada’s oil consumption is 8th-highest in the world, at 2 million barrels per day, while its natural gas consumption is fifth, at 3.2 trillion cubic feet per year.
Canada is the second-biggest net consumer of energy per person behind the United States, with each Canadian consuming the equivalent of more than 8 tons of oil per year.
www.nationmaster.com /country/ca-canada/eco-economy   (601 words)

 As Canada currency gains, firms hurting - The Boston Globe
That kind of concentration presents a risk for Canada, the most trade-reliant of the Group of Seven industrialized nations, and one unforeseen when Prime Minister Jean Chretien agreed to the accord in 1994.
Canada has failed in almost 10 years of repeated appeals to persuade the 15-nation EU to start negotiations on a free-trade agreement, and shipments to the EU now account for only 5.2 percent of Canada's exports.
"Canada cannot, and should not, lose sight of that goal by focusing only on free trade in North America," he said in a keynote speech on the future of NAFTA in July.
www.boston.com /business/globe/articles/2004/01/04/as_canada_currency_gains_firms_hurting   (704 words)

 Canadian Dollar and Canada currency information including currency exchange rates
Modest quantities of U.S. coinage circulate in Canada at par, and some Canadian coins (generally less than one-dollar) circulate in some places in the United States as well, though recent changes to the appearance and composition of Canadian coinage have made it more difficult for these coins to be used in the United States.
In Canada, it is common to find U.S. 1¢, 5¢, 10¢, and 25¢ coins in circulation (just as there are Australian 5¢, 10¢, 20¢, and 50¢ coins in New Zealand and vice versa).
Canada's economy is market-oriented, highly affluent, and also follows a pattern of production like that of the United States.
www.gocurrency.com /countries/canada.htm   (1117 words)

 Foreign Currency Trading : Canada
Canada has the twelfth largest economy in the world, with a GDP valued at US$1.077trl in 2005.
Canada has a trade surplus of $47.1bln, and a substantial surplus with its main trading partner, the U.S., which imports more than 85 percent of Canada’s exports.
The BOC is closely involved with Canada's financial markets through its activities in the foreign exchange market, its marketing and management of government securities, and its influence on interest rates via the target for the overnight rate.
www.gftforex.com /resources/currency/canada.asp   (942 words)

 Sustainability issues in Canada
Canada is the second largest country in the world by size, but has a population of only 33 million – 90% of whom live within 100 miles of the US border.
In 2004, Canada ratified the Kyoto Protocol and, in early 2005, the federal government released its long-awaited climate-change action plan (“Project Green”), which focuses on investment in technology research and improvements in energy efficiency.
Canada has learned from this instance of unsustainable development and now devotes considerable attention to its natural resources, including the forest industry.
www.pwc.com /extweb/service.nsf/docid/C98528683EDD72F0852570D7005FEF4D   (888 words)

 Canada - Economy
The 1989 US-Canada Free Trade Agreement (FTA) and the 1994 North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) (which includes Mexico) touched off a dramatic increase in trade and economic integration with the US.
Canada enjoys a substantial trade surplus with its principal trading partner, the US, which absorbs about 85% of Canadian exports.
Canada is the US' largest foreign supplier of energy, including oil, gas, uranium, and electric power.
www.exxun.com /Canada/e_ec.html   (520 words)

 School Bus Collision Summary, Canada 1989-1997   (Site not responding. Last check: )
All fatalities or injury producing collisions which involve a school bus and which come to the attention of one of our university-based research teams are investigated in depth.
A summary of 58 collisions from 1977 to 1988 was prepared and some of the results were contained in a 1989 Transport Canada publication on occupant protection in school buses [2].
Of the 58 collisions summarized, nine involved buses which were manufactured after 1982 and which received benefit from the safety standards published in the preceding period.
www.transportcanada.com /roadsafety/tp/tp13412/sbc_2e.htm   (325 words)

 The 1989 Canada-U.S. Free Trade Agreement   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Since Canada's population was not large enough to support strong economic growth, prosperity was to be found in the export of goods and services to the United States, which was a much larger market.
This opinion was strengthened in 1981-1982 when the country went through a terrible recession that strongly shook the foundations of Canada's welfare state.
Some believed that protectionism restricted Canada's development and that the solution lied in neo-liberalism and globalization.
www.histori.ca /peace/page.do?pageID=346   (707 words)

 Economy Of Canada   (Site not responding. Last check: )
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Do not refer to the US as America, this is the name of the continent of which Canada is by far the largest country.
Canada's Parliament Promotes appreciation of the Parliament Buildings and the institutions they house: the House of Commons, the Senate and the Library of Parliament.
Canada Heirloom Series- Canada's Heritage on the Web six volume presentation of Canada's cultural, historical, scientific, and technological heritage, and its contribution to the world.
www.peoplegoingglobal.com /Americas/Canada.htm   (934 words)

 The Carp, Canada UFO Landing Case (The Guardian) (1)
One of those witnesses, Diane Labanek, claimed that on the night of November 4th 1989, she saw an intense, bright light pass overhead, heading towards a swamp at the far end of the field behind and south of her home.
They stopped at a spot off Highway 7 near Manion Corners and Graham pointed out the direction from which the 1989 'UFO' had come when it 'crashed', and where the Labanek's house was in relation to where the group was standing.
Earlier, Oechsler had asked the Toronto group to check for anomalies on their compasses while they were driving, because the Guardian papers described magnetic changes in certain parts of the area the group was travelling in.
www.ufocasebook.com /carpcanada.html   (2271 words)

 Vacation Rentals in Canada
A land of vast distances and rich natural resources, Canada became a self-governing dominion in 1867 while retaining ties to the British crown.
Solid fiscal management has produced a long-term budget surplus which is substantially reducing the national debt, although public debate continues over how to manage the rising cost of the publicly funded healthcare system.
Spend your savings on your Canada Vacation with a trip to one of the many scenic attractions.
www.goin2travel.com /goin2canada.htm   (391 words)

 City of Saskatoon Archives - Saskatoon Historical Resources - The 1989 Jeux Canada Games   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The 1989 Jeux Canada Games Society Saskatoon Inc. was formed in 1985 to organize, finance and manage the 1989 Canada Summer Games to be held in Saskatoon, the first Canadian city to host both the Winter and Summer Canada Games.
In the tradition of the Canada Games established in 1967, this Seventh Canada Summer Games, known as the "1989 Jeux Canada Games" drew together over 3,000 young athletes representing their provinces and territories in sixteen competitive sports, serving as their preparation for future international competition at the Olympic and Commonwealth levels.
A legacy of the 1989 Jeux Canada Games was a riverside Canada Games promenade, located in Kiwanis Park between 21st and 25th Streets, featuring a Clock Tower, a corporate recognition wall, and a sculpture, "Tribute to Youth", by local sculptor, William Epp.
www.city.saskatoon.sk.ca /org/clerks_office/archives/history/resources_jcg.asp   (398 words)

 A Guide for Canadian Businesses -- U.S. Commercial Service Canada
In addition to the Canada Customs Invoice, shipments must be accompanied by a completed exporter's Certificate of Origin, which is required in order to obtain specialized tariff treatment under the provisions of the NAFTA.
Goods may be cleared at customs ports on the border or, if intended for inland destinations, may be forwarded in bonded carriers to the port city nearest the destination at which customs examination may be made and duties and taxes paid.
Goods may be entered into a Canada Customs bonded warehouse without the payment of duty, but must be cleared either for export or Canadian consumption within two years.
www.buyusa.gov /canada/en/31.html   (1367 words)

 Science Fair Projects - 1989 in Canada
See also: 1988 in Canada, other events of 1989, 1990 in Canada and the list of 'years in Canada'.
Heather Erxleben becomes Canada's first official female combat soldier
See 1989 Governor General's Awards for a complete list of winners and finalists for those awards.
www.all-science-fair-projects.com /science_fair_projects_encyclopedia/1989_in_Canada   (539 words)

 Space Weather
On Thursday, March 9, 1989 astronomers at the Kitt Peak Solar Observatory spotted a major solar flare in progress.
The nighttime temperature in Toronto was 19 degrees F (-6.8 C) with a high temperature that day of only 34 F (1.6 C) so the loss of electrical power was felt very dramatically as most people woke up to cold homes for breakfast.
By the time the peak of solar cycle 22 came around in 1989, there were 102 communication satellites, and 3 million cellular phone users in the United States.
www.solarstorms.org /SWChapter1.html   (3619 words)

 NGA - Master Drawings from the National Gallery of Canada (03/1989)
Overview: 92 master drawings from the 15th to the 19th century came from the collection of the National Gallery of Canada.
The National Gallery of Art and the National Gallery of Canada jointly organized the exhibition, which was the first collaborative endeavor between the institutions.
Schoenherr coordinated the exhibition in Ottawa and De Grazia was the coordinator in Washington.
www.nga.gov /past/data/exh593.shtm   (200 words)

 Canada Economy 1989 - Flags, Maps, Economy, Geography, Climate, Natural Resources, Current Issues, International ...   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Overview: Canada ranks seventh in the world in total GNP, and is one of the largest producers and exporters of both grains and minerals.
Over the past 30 years, the impressive growth of the manufacturing sector has transformed the nation from a rural economy into one primarily industrial and urban; the industrial sector employs about 25% of the labor force.
Since 1983 Canada has registered one of the highest rates of growth among the OECD nations, annually averaging nearly 4% for 1984-87.
www.theodora.com /wfb1989/canada/canada_economy.html   (293 words)

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