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  Canada: Environmental Issues   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Canada’s growth in oil output, particularly recently, can be attributed to the development of oil sands in Western Canada, as well as to large oil projects off the coast of Newfoundland.
According to Canada’s Greenhouse Gas Inventory (CGGI), compiled by the Greenhouse Gas Division of Environment Canada, Canada’s GHG emissions decreased in 2001, the first year-on-year decrease since 1991.
Canada's carbon intensity, 0.19 metric tons of carbon per thousand $1995-PPP in 2001, was also the highest among industrialized economies.
www.eia.doe.gov /emeu/cabs/canenv.html   (1660 words)

 1991 in Canada - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
See also: 1990 in Canada, other events of 1991, 1992 in Canada and the list of 'years in Canada'.
Jean-Bertrand Aristide, the President of Haiti, was visiting Canada and was warmly welcomed by the large Haitian community in Montreal, where he had studied at the Université de Montréal.
See 1991 Governor General's Awards for a complete list of winners and finalists for those awards.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/1991_in_Canada   (547 words)

 The Cost of Smoking in Canada, 1991
The 1991 smoking-attributable costs by age and sex for ever smokers are presented in Figure 2.
The latter number is estimated by assuming that, on average, those smokers who died in 1991 earned one half of their income at a tax rate of 19.8%.39 Even with this latter amount included, the result is that smokers paid in more than they took out by about $5.4 billion.
During 1991 in Canada, over 41,000 men, women and children died prematurely as a result of smoking at a cost to society and their families of at least $15 billion.
www.phac-aspc.gc.ca /publicat/cdic-mcc/18-1/c_e.html   (3558 words)

 The Green Lane: Acid rain and the facts
In 2000, Canada's largest contributor of NOx was the transportation sector, which accounted for approximately 60% of all emissions.
Canada still needs to evaluate the sustainability of forest ecosystems for various levels of acid deposition given the new critical loads for terrestrial ecosystems.
Without further controls beyond those identified in the 1991 Canada-U.S. Air Quality Agreement, areas of southern and central Ontario, southern and central Quebec, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia would continue to receive mean annual sulphate deposition amounts that exceed their critical loads.
www.ec.gc.ca /acidrain/acidfact.html   (2116 words)

 Projected Smoking-attributable Mortality in Canada, 1991–2000
We estimated the number of deaths attributable to smoking for Canada and for each of the provinces in 1991 and in 2000 to quantify the projected smoking-related burden of mortality.
Population estimates for 1991 were also acquired from Statistics Canada,10 along with projected population estimates for 2000, 11 based on medium migration and fertility rates.
We estimated that a total of 45,064 deaths in Canada were attributable to smoking in 1991 (Table 3).
www.phac-aspc.gc.ca /publicat/cdic-mcc/16-2/c_e.html   (2461 words)

 High Performance Concrete 1991
The main objective of this investigation was to determine the effects of cyclic heating on the strength of portland cement concrete subjected to high temperature, and to compare the effects of cyclic heating on concrete contaminated with hydraulic fluid and jet fuel with non-contaminated concrete.
The cause of the sudden upsurge of mechanical strength at 12 h in a silica fume/fly ash high-strength concrete is investigated and the microstructural characteristics are determined.
The method for estimating the apparent compressive strength of coarse aggregate in concrete proposed earlier by the authors was applied to high-strength concrete, and the compressive fracture process of the concrete was discussed by examining the occurrence and growth of microcracks in concrete.
www.tfhrc.gov /structur/concrete/conc91.htm   (18756 words)

 Fiber Reinforced Concrete 1991
The fibers inhibit plastic settlement (settling and separating of the aggregate), reduce permeability in the concrete, are non-corrosive, non-magnetic and alkaline resistant, and result in a smooth, non-hairy surface.
The performance of steel fiber reinforced concrete under flexural fatigue loading was examined in terms of fiber content (0.5 to 1.5 percent by volume), fiber aspect ratio (47 to 100), and fiber type (4 types).
The effects of latex modification and steel fiber reinforcement on the impact resistance and flexural strength and toughness of concrete materials were investigated.
www.tfhrc.gov /structur/concrete/fib91.htm   (2530 words)

 Canada Geese in the Atlantic Flyway
The Canada goose population is composed of migrant geese (primarily B.c.
The number of resident geese in Maine to Virginia has increased considerably from maybe 50,000 to 100,000 in 1981 (Conover and Chasko 1985) to an average of 560,000 in 1992-93 (H. Heusman, Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and Wildlife, personal communication).
During the 1980's, the decrease of wintering geese in the Chesapeake appeared to result from an 11% decrease in average survival from 1963-74 to 1984-88 (Hestbeck 1994a).
biology.usgs.gov /s+t/noframe/b012.htm   (1189 words)

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Prior to 1991 non-permanent residents were considered foreign residents and were not enumerated (except in 1941).
Excluded from the population universe are foreign residents (foreign diplomats, members of foreign Armed Services stationed in Canada, or residents of another country visiting in Canada temporarily) and residents of institutions or incompletely enumerated Indian reserves and settlements.
Excluded from the household universe are collective households, households outside of Canada, households located on Indian reserves or settlements and households consisting solely of temporary and/or foreign residents.
www.ucalgary.ca /~landru/adc/91pumf.html   (872 words)

A major contributor to this trend is the large number of immigrants to Canada who have settled in the Toronto, ON area.
The population of Canada was 29,639,030, an increase of 9.8% over the 1991 census.
This was an increase of 281% between 1991 and 2001.
www.religioustolerance.org /can_rel.htm   (1869 words)

 1991 in Canada -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
May 14 MP (additional info and facts about John Nunziata) John Nunziata alleges the (The federal police force of Canada) RCMP know who bombed the (additional info and facts about Air-India flight 182) Air-India flight 182 but didn't have evidence needed for prosecution.
September 24 - Dobbie-Castonguay Commission recommends an elected Senate, and recognizing (The largest province of Canada; a French colony from 1663 to 1759 when it was lost to the British) Quebec as a distinct society.
See (additional info and facts about 1991 Governor General's Awards) 1991 Governor General's Awards for a complete list of winners and finalists for those awards.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/1/19/1991_in_canada.htm   (1428 words)

 Canada - Atlapedia Online   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
In April 1991 the government announced it was prepared to allocate $355 million over the next 5 years to settle native land claims while in June the AmerIndians chose a new leader with the election of Ovide Mercedi, a Cree lawyer from Manitoba, as national chief of the Assembly of First Nations.
In June 1991 a report from a 12-member commission, called the "Citizens' Forum on Canada's Future", found that many Canadians believed Quebec should not be given powers that would result in citizenship differentiation and that many also had reservations about bilingualism as official policy.
In 1993 Canada's international image as a leading peace-keeper was stained after 4 Canadian soldiers on the peace-keeping mission in Somalia were charge with torture and negligence and two with second-degree murder after 4 civilians were killed.
www.atlapedia.com /online/countries/canada.htm   (2100 words)

 Canadian National Aboriginal Day
Canada has declared June 21st--the first day of summer--National Aboriginal Day.
This day was created to recognize the unparalleled contributions Indians, Inuit, and Metis have made to the development of Canada.
The day is an opportunity for all Canadians, especially young people, to learn more about the Aboriginal Cultural heritages of Canada.
www.lib.msu.edu /publ_ser/docs/displays/displayjune.html   (534 words)

 Canada Cup 1991 LORDS OF THE ICE Poster - Wayne Gretzky, Eric Lindros, Al MacInnis, Mark Messier, Rick Tocchet, etc.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Canada Cup 1991 LORDS OF THE ICE Poster - Wayne Gretzky, Eric Lindros, Al MacInnis, Mark Messier, Rick Tocchet, etc.
Team Canada returned once again to the winner's circle in the 1991 Canada Cup tournament.
Despite losing Wayne Gretzky to a Gary Suter cheap shot early in the tournament, Canada cruised on to the finals against the surprising Americans, who knocked off the Russians in the semi-final round.
www.puresportsart.com /warehouse/ccup91.htm   (175 words)

 It's not just the weather that's cooler in Canada
And Canada has strict gun control laws, which means that the criminals must all be heavily armed, the law-abiding civilians helpless and the government on the verge of a massive confiscation campaign.
As a result, Canada's government isn't influenced by large, well-organized religious groups and thus has more in common with those of Scandinavia than those of the United States, or, say, Iran.
Canada signed the Kyoto global warming treaty, lets 19-year-olds drink, has more of its population living in urban areas and accepts more immigrants per capita than the United States.
www.post-gazette.com /columnists/20030730sam0730p1.asp   (810 words)

 Ethnologue: Canada
HAIDA [HAI] 225 mother tongue speakers in Canada (1991 M. Dale Kinkade); 138 speakers in USA (1990 census); 363 total, out of 2,000 total population (1977 SIL).
Ojibwa is the major means of communication of most of the ethnic group in Canada, although in some areas young people and children may prefer English.
ONEIDA [ONE] 200 speakers in Canada; 50 in USA (1991 M. Dale Kinkade) out of 7,000 population in both countries (1977 SIL).
www.christusrex.org /www1/pater/ethno/Cana.html   (3382 words)

 1998 Conference Proceedings
In 1991 Environment Canada recognized that standard employment equity programs alone were insufficient to meet the goals of employment equity, particularly in the area of technology.
When the program began in 1991, the ACT program was unique in North America because of the broad scope of services the program provided and the clients it supported.
Environment Canada's ACT Program has clearly demonstrated through the successful implementation of adaptive computer technology, that it is possible to integrate people with disabilities into the workforce.
www.csun.edu /~hfdss006/conf/1998/proceedings/csun98_125.htm   (1005 words)

 Trends in Hospital and Health Personnel in the United States and Canada, 1968-1991
To that end, the project compiled data from the United States and Canada to compare the number of health personnel per capita in these two countries.
These tabulations give the number of persons in Canada employed for 1-19, 20-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, and 50+ hours per week by sex, occupation, industry, and the number of weeks worked during the previous year.
Canada: 20-percent sample of the 1971 and 1986 Canadian censuses.
webapp.icpsr.umich.edu /cocoon/ICPSR-STUDY/06243.xml   (670 words)

DO NOT MARK Canada, by birth if born in Canada and at the time of birth one parent was: a) in the service of a foreign government, or b) employed by a person in (a), or c) in the service of an international organization whose personnel were granted diplomatic privileges,
If born outside Canada and not a Canaidan citizen, mark Same as country of birth (other than Canada) if this citizenship is still retained.
Population by Ethnic Origin and Sex, for Canada, Provinces and Territories, 1991 Census--20% Sample Data.
www.gseis.ucla.edu /faculty/chu/count-aia/Country/Conf/Canada/1991.htm   (889 words)

 Ethnologue report for Canada
Québécois is in Quebec, Franco-Ontariens in Ontario, Acadian is in Caraquet, Shippagan, the east coast of New Brunswick, pockets in Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island.
[haa] 7 or 8 in Canada (1997 Krauss).
In Canada, 1,500 are in mainland Nova Scotia, 4,000 on Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, 800 on Prince Edward Island and Lennox Island, 4,550 on the east coast of New Brunswick, 3,150 on the Gaspe Peninsula, Quebec, 200 in Newfoundland.
www.ethnologue.com /show_country.asp?name=Canada   (2523 words)

Aljoe W.W. and J.W. Hawkins, 1991, "Hydrologic Characterization and In-Situ Neutralization of Acidic Mine Pools in Abandoned Underground Coal Mines," in Proceedings Second International Conference on the Abatement of Acidic Drainage, September 16-18, 1991, Montreal, Canada, Volume 1, 69-90pp.
Jaynes, D. B., 1991, "Modeling Acid Mine Drainage from Reclaimed Coal Strip Mines," in Proceedings Second International Conference on the Abatement of Acidic Drainage, September 16-18, 1991, Montreal, Canada, Volume 2, 191-210pp.
Scharer, J. Garga, R. Smith and B. Halbert, 1991, "Use of Steady State Models for Assessing Acid Generation in Pyritic Mine Tailings," in Proceedings Second International Conference on the Abatement of Acidic Drainage, September 16-18, 1991, Montreal, Canada, Volume 2, 211-230pp.
www.osmre.gov /amdrefs.htm   (1233 words)

 Canadian Studies Resources: U.S.-Canada free trade agreement
Commerce: Free Trade Agreement between the Government of CANADA and the Government of the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (with Exchange of Note): Ottawa, December 22, 1987 and January 2, 1988 and Washington and Palm Springs, December 23, 1987 and January 2, 1988 : in force January 1, 1989.
Commerce: Exchange of Letters between the Government of CANADA and the Government of the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, constituting an Agreement Relating to Articles 301 and 401 of the Free Trade Agreement, on Conversation to the Harmonized System: Ottawa and Washington, January 2, 1988 : in force January 2, 1988..
Commerce: Exchange of Letters between the Government of CANADA and the Government of the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, constituting an Agreement Pursuant to Paragraph 4 of Annex 1607.3 of the Free Trade Agreement: Ottawa and Washington, May 12 and 16, 1988 : in force May 16, 1988..
mcsrt.org /resources/trade/fta.htm   (814 words)

 Census of Canada, 1991
Note: Data products from the 1991 Census are restricted to access by University of Toronto, Ryerson University and York University faculty, students and staff for research and teaching purposes only.
Profile files contain aggregate statistics in the form of the number of responses (i.e., univariate frequencies) for all variables collected on the two census questionnaires (short form or 2A, and long form or 2B), at various levels of geography, including small areas (census tracts and enumeration areas).
Tables from the 1991 Census of agriculture, at the census division (CD) or census consolidated subdivision (CCS) level.
www.chass.utoronto.ca /datalib/cc91/cc91tit.htm   (426 words)

 World Chiropractic Congress April 30-May 5, 1991, Toronto, Canada.
This is a typical ABS Symposium, except that the number of chiropractic workshops is increased, and is the first to be held in Canada.
There are concessions for early registration (by January 1, 1991), for new graduates and students.
Quite simply, spend a week in early Spring, 1991 in Toronto and return to your practice, knowledgeable and excited about the practice of chiropractic in the 1990s.
www.chiroweb.com /archives/08/21/02.html   (1219 words)

  ESRI Canada - ArcCanada: 1991 Census Subdivision   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Teachers are encouraged to create their own based on the accompanying attribute data.
Census subdivisions of Canada, along with some basic socio-economic data.
Can be linked to the 1991 SGC Tables through the key column SGC.
www.esricanada.com /k-12/metadata3/provcens/csd91.html   (102 words)

 158-Development and Evaluation of Shoreline Cleanup Techniques
The Minerals Management Service initiated a cooperative effort with Environment Canada (EC) which has identified knowledge gaps in the application of cleanup techniques to the beaches characteristic of the Pacific coastline, from southern California to the Aleutian chain.
This project evaluated the effectiveness of minimizing biological damage of spilled oil to such beaches and attempted to establish a correlation between cleanup effectiveness and environmental damage caused by various cleanup techniques.
Environment Canada (EC) conducted a meeting of shoreline cleanup experts in Victoria, British Columbia, January 17-19, 1994.
www.mms.gov /tarprojects/158.htm   (540 words)

 Average Incomes by Family Type, 1991 and 1996, Canada
An economic family is a group of individuals sharing a common dwelling unit who are related by blood, marriage (including common-law relationships) or adoption.
Single-parent families with one earner experienced an increase in average family income between 1991 and 1996.
Single-parent families with no earners, however, were worse off, as their average family income decreased from $14,156 in 1991 to $13,726 in 1996.
www.ccsd.ca /factsheets/fsinc96.htm   (214 words)

 Canada | canada.ciber.com
CIBER Enterprise Solutions, a Divison of CIBER, Inc., is a PeopleSoft Certified Implementation Partner, and does business throughout Canada and the United States.
In 1991, when Peoplesoft established its Partner Alliance program, we were one of 6 charter firms they approached, and we are still one of their leading partners today.
As a PeopleSoft Certified Consulting Partner, our consultants are fully certified on the latest releases in their field of specialty, and are fully qualified to help lead your project to a successful conclusion.
www.ciber.com /canada   (715 words)

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