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  Elections Saskatchewan
Elections Saskatchewan has no say in when an election will be called, nor does it have any control over the timing of provincial elections.
You are eligible to vote in Saskatchewan provincial elections as long as you have ordinarily resided in Saskatchewan for at least six months immediately preceding the day the election was called and are otherwise a qualified voter.
Also prohibited on Election Day, prior to the closure of the polls, is the use of a public address system or other loudspeaker device and the organization of or participation in parades or demonstrations for purpose of promoting or securing the election of a candidate.
www.elections.sk.ca /faq-general.php   (3949 words)

  
  Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan is a quadrilateral; however, due to its size, the 49th parallel boundary and the 60th northern border appear curved.
Saskatchewan is bounded on the west by Alberta, on the north by the Northwest Territories, on the east by Manitoba, and on the south by the American states of Montana and North Dakota.
Saskatchewan has the same form of government as the other Canadian provinces with a Lieutenant-Governor (who is the representative of the Crown in Right of Saskatchewan), premier, and a unicameral legislature.
www.reference.com /browse/wiki/Saskatchewan   (2750 words)

  
 Election Resources on the Internet: Federal Elections in Canada - Elections to the House of Commons
In the ensuing January 23, 2006 general election, the Liberals were defeated by the Conservatives, who emerged as the largest party in the House of Commons, although well short of an absolute majority.
Between 1962 and 1980, eight federal elections were held in Canada, five of which (1962, 1963, 1965, 1972 and 1979) resulted in minority governments, as no party won an absolute majority of seats in the House of Commons.
List seats would be distributed on a compensatory basis, in order to achieve a proportional distribution of seats.
electionresources.org /ca   (2310 words)

  
 List of Saskatchewan general elections - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This article provides a summary of results for the general elections to the Canadian province of Saskatchewan's unicameral legislative body, the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan.
The successes and failures by the Conservatives (blue) and the recent arrival of the Saskatchewan Party (green) can also be seen.
Full details on any election are linked via the year of the election at the start of the row.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/List_of_Saskatchewan_general_elections   (251 words)

  
 Cyndi's List - Land Records, Deeds, Homesteads, Etc.
A list by state, county and year, of the maps available in the collection held at the Library of Congress.
List of other researchers and the areas they are researching in.
List of registered landowners in September 1933 in the Riverton Reclamation Project.
www.cyndislist.com /land.htm   (3431 words)

  
 Métis Nation - Saskatchewan (Governance Structure)
The Métis Elections Commission shall be composed of three members of the Senate, appointed by the Métis Nation Legislative Assembly, based upon the recommendations of the Senate.
The Métis Elections Commission shall have sole authority and responsibility to conduct elections or by-elections pursuant to this Act and shall be independent and answerable only to the Métis Nation Legislative Assembly.
The Métis Elections Commission shall be responsible for all election Appeals, the decision of which is final and binding, subject only to appeal to the Métis Nation Legislative Assembly.
metna.sasktelwebhosting.com /governance/acts/elections.html   (2388 words)

  
 Do It Yourself Canadian Immigration Kits, Canadian Visa, Canada Immigration, Immigrate to Canada.
Governor General is the Queen's representative in Canada.
Generally speaking, anyone from anywhere around the world who meets the immigration requirements and selection criteria is qualified to apply to immigrate to Canada.
Other business immigrants with more generic business abilities will be required either to meet the entrepreneur or investor definitions, or to qualify as skilled workers or be selected as provincial nominees.
www.doityourselfimmigration.com /generalinfo.html   (4487 words)

  
 ACVA Association - History of the American College of Veterinary Anesthesiologists
The talent, training and habits of study conducive to the maintenance of high standards of achievements and to the competencies to develop, evaluate and apply new knowledge in veterinary anesthesia.
To serve the public, veterinary profession, hospitals and veterinary schools and colleges by preparing a list for publication of veterinarians certified by the College.
Election of the Charter Diplomates must take place within one year following official recognition of the College.
www.acva.org /general/constn_bylaws.asp   (4277 words)

  
 CANADA (House of Commons - Chambre des Communes)
Elections were held for all members of the House of Commons following the premature dissolution of this body on 27 April 1997.
Since the previous general elections, the Chrétien administration had successfully focused on slashing the country's budget deficit but had refused to yield to calls for tax cuts by its conservative rivals.
The voting outcome in general underlined the pronounced regionalisation of Canadian politics, with each party, besides the Liberals, being backed mainly on geographical basis (Reform Party in west, BQ in Quebec, Progressive Conservative Party (PCP) in the east) except for the socialist New Democratic Party (NDP), headed by Ms.
www.appf.org.pe /members/003about.htm   (1174 words)

  
 Neverwinter News, Trailers, Screenshots, Previews, Reviews, Guides -- Neverwinter Nights Vault
The president's ascetic image is reinforced by his rumpled suit and open-necked shirt, the uniform of the generation which overthrew the Shah and brought the late Ayatollah Khomeini to power (it is a mark of Iran's difference that hip young men in Tehran seek to annoy their elders by wearing ties).
Election officials spooked by tampering in a test last week of Diebold optical-scan voting machines should be equally wary of optical-scan equipment produced by other manufacturers, according to a computer scientist who conducted the test.
The professors said the student was told by the agents that the book is on a "watch list," and that his background, which included significant time abroad, triggered them to investigate the student further.
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The cold, neglectful, contemptuous treatment of Colonies in general, and of Canada in particular, by the doctrinaire Whigs and Benthamite-Radicals, and by Tories of the Adderley school, had, up to recent periods, become a painful strain.
While one Custom-house and one general Government is aiding Union, the Province of Quebec accentuates all that is French; the Province of Ontario accentuates all that is British: the problem, here, is how, gradually, to weaken sectional, and how gradually to strengthen Union, ideas.
Disraeli--who might, perhaps, agree with me, that, on the whole, it would be better that this very important question should be brought before the House by some one not in the late Cabinet--some great merchant, perhaps--some one, in short, who could not be supposed to compromise or commit the future administrative policy of the party.
www.jamesgoulding.com /americanhistoryebooks/General/canada_and_the_states.txt   (17797 words)

  
 Blomkest Fertilizer Inc. v. Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan Inc.
Not only did the Canadians have a tremendous share of world potash reserves (the province of Saskatchewan alone had nearly fifty percent of world reserves), but the Canadians also enjoyed the advantage of being closer to prime United States agricultural areas than were the U.S. domestic producers, who were concentrated in the Southwest.
The standard for summary judgment in antitrust cases is, of course, the same as for summary judgment generally: "[T]he evidence of [the nonmovant] is to be believed, and all justifiable inferences are to be drawn in [its] favor." Eastman Kodak Co. v.
Price concessions by oligopolists generally yield competitive advantages only if secrecy can be maintained; when the terms of the concession are made publicly known, other competitors are likely to follow and any advantage to the initiator is lost in the process.
lw.bna.com /lw/19990525/971330.htm   (12578 words)

  
 Saskatchwan General Provencial Election 2003
A Saskatchewan Party victory could give the Canadian Alliance some momentum in that provence for the coming National Election, and would perhaps cause some high-ranking members of the current government to lose prestige as members of the minority party and limit their ability to challenge Alliance incumbents in the coming election.
This election would be the first time it was vulnerable to accusations of being bad fiscal managers, she said.
Saskatchewan Party officials were hinting election night that voters could be back at the polls sooner than they think.
uselectionatlas.org /FORUM/index.php?topic=18.0   (2945 words)

  
 BYLAWS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN
The election for these positions should occur at the same time as the election for the other elected positions.
The Constitution or Bylaws of the B.D.C. may be amended by a two‑thirds majority vote of members present at a General Meeting with a quorum present.
Content of amendments require the same notification to the general membership as that required for the general meeting at which the amendments will be presented.
homepage.usask.ca /~uofsbdc/bylaws.htm   (1689 words)

  
 Province: Saskatchewan - Canadawiki Canadian History Timeline Biography Library Quotes Aboriginal Society Culture Quiz ...
This section contains information on the province of Saskatchewan, which celebrated its centennial in 2005.
To honour it the Royal Canadian Mint issued a coin which depicts Canada's wheat fields.
List of Leaders of the Opposition in Saskatchewan
canadawiki.org /index.php/Province:_Saskatchewan   (228 words)

  
 Canada Elections Act
(c) sufficient election supplies, blank ballot papers and blank forms, including the forms of oaths, for the purposes of the election, except Forms 2 and 3 and the forms prescribed pursuant to subsection 93(2) and paragraph 282(1)(a), which the returning officer shall cause to be printed.
Each candidate at a general election who, on the day before the dissolution of Parliament immediately preceding the election, was a member, and any spouse or dependant of that candidate who lives with him and is qualified as an elector is, respectively, entitled
A prospective candidate shall be nominated by at least one hundred electors resident in the electoral district or, in the case of an electoral district listed in Schedule III of this Act, at least fifty such electors.
www.efc.ca /pages/law/canada/elections.html   (12949 words)

  
 Untitled Document   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
Pump receipts normally do not list the state tax as a separate expense, or say the tax is included in the fuel's cost?.
She would like to see a home for the oldest generation of Navajos, many of whom still depend on hauled water and whose health is failing.
In Aneth, 15 percent of the population has water, while the waiting lists for electricity and water funded by the chapter are years long, he said.
eee.uci.edu /clients/tcthorne/clippingsgeneral2006.htm   (21904 words)

  
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This list was created in a hurry due to the emergency presented by anti-gun politicians and the media dancing in the blood of those who died in the recent massacre.
This list was created in a hurry due to the emergency presented by anti-gun politicians and the media dancing in the blood of those who died in the Colorado massacre.
On his person the enemy find detailed notes of radio frequencies and call signs used, code books, lists of the various units assembled for battle along with their strengths and weaknesses, maps of current camps, mine fields, and escape routes, and finally detailed plans of how the upcoming battle will be waged.
www.xmission.com /pub/lists/utah-firearms/archive/utah-firearms.199908   (19591 words)

  
 Saskatchewan School Boards Association   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
Representatives from the Saskatchewan School Trustees Association met with their counterparts from SUMA and SARM, and the Minister of Education on May 11 to discuss property taxes and the costs of education.
Saskatchewan trustees resolved at the 1991 SSTA Annual Convention that joint action and increased resources were needed to meet a growing range of needs like hunger, increasing delinquency and family dysfunction that were getting in the way of children learning at school.
Saskatchewan School Trustees Association President Debbie Ward was “extremely disappointed” with the amount of new money allocated to K-12 education in the provincial government’s 1999 budget, delivered on Friday at the Legislature.
saskschoolboards.ca /Communications/TalkingPoints/TalkingPoints1999.htm   (12758 words)

  
 Saskatchewan general election, 1991 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Saskatchewan general election of 1991 was the twenty-second provincial election held in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan.
It was held on October 21, 1991, to elect members of the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan.
The Progressive Conservative government of Premier Grant Devine was defeated by the New Democratic Party, led by former Provincial NDP Attorney General Roy Romanow.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Saskatchewan_general_election,_1991   (210 words)

  
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General Map of Rainfall and Temperature of Wisconsin 1882 Wisconsin.
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www.lawrence.edu /library/govdocs/maplist.txt   (5464 words)

  
 IX. PROVISIONS CONFERRING SUBSTANTIVE LEGAL RIGHTS AND DUTIES ON PARTICIPANTS
Another very important right, which is also specified in the Pakistani law, is the right to elect representatives to the general assembly, to stand for election, to access all services provided by the WUO and to inspect all records held by the WUO.
Among their rights, the law lists the right to speak and vote in meetings of the general assembly, the right to elect and be elected to the WUO's internal institutions (in compliance any the restrictions set out in the law) and the right to inspect all documents held by the WUO.
In Tunisia the legislation specifies that each participant has the right to be elected to the governing bodies of the WUO, to submit proposals to the general assembly, to participate in and vote at the sessions of the general assembly.
www.fao.org /docrep/006/y5049e/y5049e0a.htm   (1157 words)

  
 Idealistic Pragmatist: 12/01/2005 - 01/01/2006
The second is an election special on Fair Vote Canada and proportional representation--nothing new to most of you, I suspect, but it's quite informative for people who have just started to hear about the concept and are curious about what it's all about.
The most "out there" of the four include "at least two federal elections in 2006" and the prospect of there never again being a majority government "unless Quebec separates, the Bloc disbands, or the electoral system is significantly reformed." The most unnerving thing is that he may well be right--I can't fault his reasoning, anyway.
This is what happened all across Saskatchewan in 2004 when the NDP lost seat after seat to the Conservatives by only a handful of votes, with nary a Liberal to be found.
idealisticpragmatist.blogspot.com /2005_12_01_idealisticpragmatist_archive.html   (9706 words)

  
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MPI is urgently asking NGOs in all of these capitals to contact their governments in support of the NAC resolution in the General Assembly calling on the nuclear weapons states to honor their NPT promises for nuclear disarmament.
In general, a government contractor can be held liable to third parties for damages caused in contract performance in the same way as it might under a commercial contract.
Meanwhile an ever growing list of countries are lining up to join the nuclear club, raising the specter of a new, more deadly chapter in tbe arms race and the danger of a nuclear strike somewhere in the world.
www.xmission.com /pub/lists/abolition-usa/archive/abolition-usa.9811   (16324 words)

  
 Links
Federal/Provincial Government Website Directory – This page lists all homepages for the various federal, provincial and territorial governments in Canada.
list of registered political parties at the federal level
Queen’s University CORA – This site lists all major recent opinion polls conducted in Canada.
www.ucalgary.ca /~jjwesley/links.htm   (230 words)

  
 Chemical & Engineering News: ACS Elections
Information about ACS policies for elections and campaigning can be found in Bulletin V, Bylaw 5, Section 13 and in "Guidelines for Campaigning and Communication." Candidates' views have also been posted online at chemistry.org/election.
I have my own list of ACS priorities—areas where I still have a burning desire to help bring about changes in who we are and how we operate as a professional society.
High on that list is working to ensure that we are an even more welcoming Society for all people who are involved, or have been involved, in the chemical-related sciences and engineering at any level.
pubs.acs.org /cen/acsnews/83/8336acselections.html   (8830 words)

  
 .../List of Saskatchewan general elections - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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 Public Citizen | Action Items
The “Presidential Funding Act of 2006” will: -- Increase the spending ceilings for publicly funded candidates in both the primary (to $150 million) and general elections (to $100 million) to reflect the current cost of electing a president and make the funds available earlier to reflect campaign schedules.
In the general election, participating candidates could receive all of their campaign budget in public funds in exchange for giving up special-interest contributions; -- Enhance the funding source for the program by increasing the voluntary tax check-off from $3 per person to $10.
It simply allows a taxpayer to designate that a portion of his or her taxes will be used to clean up presidential elections; and -- Prohibit the national parties from using unregulated, special-interest money to pay for their lavish national party nominating conventions.
action.citizen.org /campaign.jsp?campaign_KEY=4857   (456 words)

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