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  canadian federal election, 2004 - Article and Reference from OnPedia.com
A Canadian federal election (more formally, the 38th general election) was held on June 28, 2004 to elect member s of the Canadian House of Commons.
On election day, polling times were arranged to allow results from most provinces to be announced more or less simultaneously, with the exception of Atlantic Canada, where results were known before the close of polling in other provinces.
Although on the eve of the election the party was polling slightly ahead of the Liberals everywhere west of Quebec, it had dropped in support, polling behind or an par with Liberals everywhere except Alberta and British Columbia, where it held onto its traditional support.
www.onpedia.com /encyclopedia/canadian-federal-election,-2004   (2236 words)

 Canadian federal election, 2004 map gallery - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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 Map Map Route Show Us   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-08)
Canadian federal election, 2004 map gallery - This is a gallery of maps relating to the 2004 Canadian federal election.
Arizona Road Map - Arizona Road Map       Road map for peace - The "road map" for peace is a plan to resolve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict proposed by a "quartet" of international entities: the United States, the European Union, Russia, and the United Nations.
Nevada Road Map - Nevada Road Map       Road map for peace - The "road map" for peace is a plan to resolve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict proposed by a "quartet" of international entities: the United States, the European Union, Russia, and the United Nations.
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 PEI Election Watch
The election is now old news, Pat Binns has taken his old seat at his old desk for another term -- 4 years to do what he has done for the last 8.
As the CBC says "Many of the key districts in this election are expected to be inside the Charlottetown city limits." These swing ridings are the key to a Liberal presence in Province House or could sew up another sweep for the PCs.
Elections PEI has an excellent website with all the information that we ned to find our polls, including mail in and advance, and what to do when we are there.
smartpei.typepad.com /pei_election_watch   (7276 words)

 People's Daily Online -- Full text of Human Rights Record of the US in 2005
In the reports of crimes received by American police in 2004, 70 percent of the murders, 41 percent of the robberies and 19 percent of assaults on persons were committed with firearms.
In 2004, 2.1 billion U.S. dollars was spent on lobbying the federal government and the Congress, and 3 billion U.S. dollars for elections of the President and members of Congress in the United States.
Statistics show that in 2004, the overall costs of health care increased 8.2 percent over 2003, but 45.8 million people or 15.7 percent of the total population were out of health insurance coverage, an increase of 800,000 people from the previous year.
english.people.com.cn /200603/09/eng20060309_249259.html   (7753 words)

 The Idaho Press-Tribune
Since the federal reintroduction of 35 wolves into the Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness in 1995 and 1996, the number has increased to 360 wolves.
Dirk Kempthorne said Friday his office is joining the agency in its legal battle with several environmental groups that sued to stop the federal government from reclassifying the wolves.
The rapid expansion of the Canadian wolves -- both in numbers and territory -- shows that the species is by no means endangered.
www.idahopress.com /articles/2004/01/20/opinion/editorials/edit1.txt   (350 words)

 By Subject - Social Sciences - Maps   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-08)
Geologic map of the Clifton quadrangle, Franklin and Oneida Counties, Idaho
Surficial geologic map of the Coeur d'Alene quadrangle, Kootenai County, Idaho /
Surficial geologic map of the Hayden quadrangle, Kootenai County, Idaho /
www.lib.washington.edu /subject/SocialSci/dr/elmap.html   (6474 words)

 The Hemp Report
Since early June, when Canadian farmers could be relatively certain that the last frost had passed, hemp plants have grown from seedlings poking through the province's fl soil to statuesque stalks, with serrated leaves that give way to ripe flowers full of seeds.
In 1999, Hawaii received $200,000 from a hair-care company to plant test plots of hemp, although the federal government required the fields to be enclosed in 12-foot-high fence with infrared surveillance.
On the federal level, votehemp.com rated presidential candidates on their stances on U.S. hemp cultivation: Bush received an F for the DEA's proposed rule; Kerry received a failing grade because he did not follow up on a promise to complete the hemp survey.
www.hempreport.com /2004/10/hemp-gateway-food.html   (932 words)

 The Map Room: Archives (September 2005)
The main map uses a series of layers in the usual web-based GIS user-unfriendly (very detailed, but a challenge to use) idiom, and is quite slow at the moment.
The CMO states that paper maps are not their “raison d’etre” they want to concern themselves with the digital map files only, they claim because that is better but I am convinced their real motivation is simply because they think digital data is cheaper than a warehouse of paper maps.
Antique Maps of Iceland: “All antique maps of Iceland (older than 1900) that are in the collection of the National and University Library of Iceland and the Central Bank of Iceland have been converted to a digital format and are accessible here.
www.mcwetboy.net /maproom/2005/09   (7476 words)

 MacKay - Canadian Editorial Cartoons   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-08)
However, he added he will seek the nomination for his Nova Scotia riding in the next federal election.
Elected to the federal parliament as a Progressive Conservative in 1997, he became Tory House leader, a position he held until 2002, when he resigned to run for the party leadership.
In 2003, the youthful MacKay was chosen to succeed Joe Clark as leader of the Progressive Conservative party, winning in part because he agreed not to seek a merger with the Canadian Alliance.
www.mackaycartoons.net /huh2004-01-14.html   (219 words)

 People's Daily Online -- Canadian main opposition ties for support with Conservatives: poll
Canada's main opposition, the Liberal Party, is gradually gaining strength and garnered the same support as the ruling Conservatives in a new poll.
Both the Liberals and the Conservatives would get the support of 32 percent of Canadian voters if an election were held now, according to the poll conducted on Oct. 12-15 by The Strategic Counsel.
The Conservatives came to power in February after winning with a slight majority in January's federal election, replacing the Liberals who had ruled Canada for 12 years in a row.
english.people.com.cn /200610/19/eng20061019_313295.html   (371 words)

 Canadian federal election, 2004 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Additionally, the Liberal Party began airing controversial TV Harper was also criticized for his position supporting the American-led 2003 invasion of Iraq.
The term "hidden agenda", used commonly in the 2000 election to refer to Stockwell Day, began surfacing with increasing regularity with regard to Harper's history of supporting privatized health care.
All together the new Conservatives fell from the combined Canadian Alliance-Progressive Conservative vote in 2000 of 37%, to only 29% of the vote, yet still gained 21 extra seats, finishing in second-place with 99 seats..
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Canadian_federal_election,_2004   (2712 words)

 Newspaper Articles - Page 2, news, child rights, children, divorce, family law, adoption, Toronto Star, National Post, ...
Nine months in jail is a "demonstrably unfit" sentence for a Blackstock couple who beat and caged their adoptive sons, crimes that were "shocking to the conscience of the community" and "cry out for a significant penitentiary sentence," the Ontario Court of Appeal has ruled.
It leaves out the millions of Canadian families who, if they could afford it, would like to choose home care — looking after their children at home themselves, or with a loving grandmother or friend.
29 2004 12:36 PM ET A single mother in Toronto who danced the night away while her two-year-old daughter was dying of dehydration in a sweltering apartment has pleaded guilty to manslaughter.
www.canadiancrc.com /articles/Newspaper_Articles_2004.htm   (10869 words)

 Hear The Issues - Political Articles and Commentary: The Politics of Geography
For those not familiar with mapping, this isn't measuring "total fast food sales," as that would not be indicative of much useful information, since states with higher populations would have higher sales.
Another interesting note, not displayed on the map is that Wal-Mart employees, on a nationwide, overall basis, are significantly more conservative than the national average.
The areas people have the highest preference rate in are the entire northeast, from New England all the way down to Washington DC and slightly beyond, the Chicago and surrounding areas, including parts of Indiana, Minnesota, Michigan, and Wisconsin, and the entire west coast, including California, Oregon, and Washington.
www.heartheissues.com /poligeography.html   (988 words)

 SBC leaders: moral values were hopeful sign on election day - (BP)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-08)
The concern that I have coming out of the election is for the ‘blue states.’ They represent a kind of thinking which, if it cannot be reversed, would eventually reduce us to the effeminate indecisiveness of European nations such as France.
The election of a pro-life/pro-marriage president, and the overwhelming support of marriage amendments from coast to coast, sent a clear signal across our great nation.
It will likely appear clearer in the days ahead that the election was due largely to the fact that Christian people took seriously their responsibility as citizens to vote and express their convictions at the ballot box.
www.bpnews.net /bpnews.asp?ID=19474   (1549 words)

 heroines.ca, Women in Canadian History
Audrey McLaughlin became the first woman in Canada to lead a federal political party, when she was elected leader of the New Democrat.
Agnes MacPhail was elected as a federal MP, becoming the first woman in Canadian history to sit as a member in the House of Commons.
The federal government later set up the Panel on Violence Against Women, and December 6 is now The National Day of Remembrance and Action Against Violence Against Women.
www.heroines.ca /history/thismonth.html   (316 words)

 Hear The Issues - Political Articles and Commentary: 2004 Election Results - The IQ / Intelligence Factor
Months before the election, a buzz started regarding the IQ's of Bush and Kerry voters, and information regarding their intelligence and education.
A lot of this rumor was centered around a website which released a list of state IQ's, accompanied by the candidate expected to win, and it was overwhelmingly favorable to the blue states.
To corroborate this data, here is a map of education across the country.
www.heartheissues.com /e2004-6-intelligenceiq.html   (699 words)

Canadian Veterans of the unit will be presented with US Army Combat Infrantrymen Badges in Calgary on August 13.
US and Canadian military personnel gather at the Canadian Embassy to mark the upcoming presentation of the Combat Infantryman's Badge to Canadian Devil's Brigade veterans.
Canadian Pilot Serving on Exchange in the U.S. Dies from Injuries Sustained in a Plane Crash
www.canadianembassy.org /ca/map-en.asp   (2531 words)

 Through The Mist Darkly » 2004 » October   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-08)
Tom Ridge and his band of thugs continue to turn their eyes North and attempt to implement Draconian measures to “tighten up” the line on the map that has, for years, been known as the longest undefended border in the world.
It is truly an honour to be part of a government that wants to be responsive to the many needs of these Canadians: having a national quality childcare program, ensuring that we have the highest quality of health care, and ensuring that we have the best cities and communities in which to live.
What this election will test is the power of money and media to fool us, to obscure the truth and alter the obvious, to hide a great crime against the public trust under a blood-soaked flag.
www.eyeno.net /2004/10   (2784 words)

 NCSL Press Room: 2004 Annual Meeting Media News   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-08)
The nation's state lawmakers renewed their fight against the federal preemption of states' rights by enacting policies that will guide the National Conference of State Legislatures' lobbying activity on Capitol Hill.
Eight research reports have been honored by a staff section of the National Conference of State Legislatures for their excellence in exploring topics of contemporary interest to legislators and staff.
Twelve states approved changes to their Medicare-related pharmaceutical programs this year, continuing a national trend of reducing the cost of prescription drugs to senior citizens and low-income citizens.
www.ncsl.org /programs/press/2004/amnews.htm   (994 words)

 October 2004 Top Stories | SpaceRef - Your Space Reference
The leader of the Federal Space Agency (Roscosmos) Anatoly Permoniv took part in the 55th International Astronautical Congress in Vancouver, Canada, organized by the International Astronautical Federation.
On the eve of the Presidential election, Americans continue to support human space flight and endorse the Space Exploration plan to return to the Moon and to Mars, but they also question the relationship of NASA to its constituents.
It was taken by Cassini's imaging science subsystem on Oct. 26, 2004, and is constructed from four images acquired through different color filters.
www.spaceref.com /news/october2004.html   (4500 words)

 The Canadian Election Thread - Cyburbia Forums   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-08)
Late last June (as in 2004), I was roadtripping up the east coast and overnighted at a non-descript motel in Gatlinburg, TN (for those who are familiar with Wisconsin Dells, WI or Niagara Falls, ON, it is like those two places on steroids).
IMHO there is nothing wrong with the Canadian system-- the politicians and their advisors just don't understand it.
I'm one of the 76% who think that an election now is stupid, and in a way, I'm hoping that Harper calls it and people see an election for what it is, an attempt to gain power.
www.cyburbia.org /forums/showthread.php?t=17346   (2687 words)

 globeandmail.com - Breaking Canada's Election 2004 News
Canadians hand Liberals a minority; 'We must do better and we will': Martin
Day after election victory, Martin rules out coalition
As expected, the separatist party dominated election results in the province
www.theglobeandmail.com /generated/realtime/specialDecision2004.html   (259 words)

 City of GP - Spotlights - City of Grande Prairie, Alberta, Canada, Official Government Web Site
A map of the closure area is attached.
At the City of Grande Prairie’s December 20, 2004 council meeting, Mayor Wayne Ayling expressed, “During a time when Federal and Provincial tax revenue surpluses are at all time high, why is our City and other municipalities finding it necessary to increase property taxes.
On election day, view a webcast of election coverage and find up-to-date election results as they come in from polling stations.
www.cityofgp.com /Spotlights   (4845 words)

 Vail Daily News for Vail and Beaver Creek Colorado - Election 2004 State/Reg Candidates
The Canadian native moved to Breckenridge in 1972.
After the state Legislature ended its 2004 session, Lindstrom, a Democrat, was appointed to fill out the term of former Rep. Carl Miller, who stepped down to join the Public Utilities Commission because term limits would’ve prevented him from running for re-election.
Support the formation of a Rural Planning Organization that is eligible for federal funding directly — similar to the Metropolitan Planning Organization currently operating on Front Range.
www.vaildaily.com /article/20040927/ELECTION0401/40910014   (3084 words)

 Sudbury Ontario 2005 Federal Election Information and Links
Political parties and candidates must register with Elections Canada in order to appear on the ballot.
Donations parties & candidates receive are tax deductible, and they qualify for government payments equal to 60% of their election expenses.
See Elections Canada's Political Party Handbook and Election Handbook for Candidates for all the details about the rules that apply to political parties and individual candidates.
sudbury.foundlocally.com /Local/Gov-FederalElection.htm   (132 words)

 The Other Reagan Legacy: Outspoken Son Ron (washingtonpost.com)
In his flurry of appearances this week, Ron Reagan said those remarks were a preview of the active role his mother is likely to take on the issue, even if it means clashing with the Bush administration in an election year.
On "Larry King Live," Ron Reagan called the Iraq invasion a "terrible mistake" and said he'd like to see President Bush lose in November.
Gallery: Reagan is laid to rest during sunset services near his library in Simi Valley, Calif.
www.washingtonpost.com /wp-dyn/articles/A3914-2004Jun24.html   (1066 words)

 My Industry: Politics & Elections - Directions Magazine
First complete digital map of 4-digit postal code areas for China...
Canadian Federal Election Night TV Coverage starts with GeoTango...
GeoMicro’s LBS Platform delivers a broad suite of mapping capabilities in an extremely scalable, high performance package.
www.directionsmag.com /industry/index.php?Industry=70   (784 words)

 Homosexual Activist and Admitted Thief Svend Robinson Confirms he Will Run Again
In 1999, Robinson presented a 1,000 name petition to parliament requesting the removal of the reference to God in the preamble of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
Canadian Homosexual Hate Crime Bill Sponsor Falsely Claims There is no Major Religious Opposition
Canadian University Katrina Fundraiser Accuses Bush of Racism
www.lifesite.net /ldn/2005/oct/05102104.html   (567 words)

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