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  List of bridges - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Frederick IX Bridge spans the Guldborgsund strait between the islands of Falster and Lolland at Nykøbing Falster
Sallingsund Bridge between the island Mors and the Salling peninsula on the mainland Jutland
Svendborgsund Bridge between the town of Svendborg on Fyn and Vindeby on the island of Tåsinge
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/List_of_bridges   (816 words)

 CANADA - Information Pages dealing with our history
This voyage led to the rediscovery of the eastern shores of Canada.
In the meantime Canada was swelling with settlers, and the foundations of a British province on the west coast were being laid.
The building of new settlements went on in the Maritime Provinces and in the Canadas, and early in the century Cape Breton Island was settled by Gaelic-speaking farmers from the Scottish Highlands.
users.efni.com /~duenorth/canada/history.html   (13218 words)

 CBC - Canada Votes 2006 - Voter Toolkit
Of course, the Bloc Quebecois is a sovereigntist and progressive party that respects Canada, but it is a federal election, and the sponsorship scandal is at the centre of it.
Canada needs a new government to bring accountability to Ottawa, to get on with addressing the real concerns of ordinary working people and their families.
As prime minister of Canada, that would guide my actions, and it's always important for the prime minister's first priority to be to defend the unity of this country.
www.cbc.ca /canadavotes/voterstoolkit/debate_trans.html   (3805 words)

Transport Canada is the Canadian federal government agency responsible for road safety, although each province or territory has the authority to establish its own traffic and safety laws and issue driving licenses.
As of January 1, 2001, visitors bringing firearms into Canada, or planning to borrow and use firearms while in Canada are required to declare the firearms in writing using a Non-Resident Firearm Declaration form.
These may be brought temporarily into Canada for sporting or hunting use during hunting season, use in competitions, in-transit movement through Canada, or personal protection against wildlife in remote areas of Canada.
travel.state.gov /travel/canada.html   (2830 words)

 Bridgemeister - Historical Inventory of Suspension Bridges
If a bridge has catenary or parabolic cables aided by stays, I usually include the bridge as long as the stays are clearly not the primary means of support.
Such suspension bridges are those that have a deck that droops, or those where the deck rests directly on the cables.
One of the most widely circulated historical suspension bridge lists was included as an appendix in the second edition of David Steinman's A Practical Treatise On Suspension Bridges.
www.bridgemeister.com /fulllist.htm   (529 words)

 About Us - Bridges Profile
Bridges' Choices software, introduced in the 1970s, was among the world's first electronic career development tools and continues to lead the way for career information delivery systems.
Bridges implements final phase of re-structuring, to accomplish goals of reducing costs, improve operating proficiency and matching efficiency of the best run companies in the educational publishing sector.
Bridges announced that it received all required governmental and regulatory approvals to change its fiscal year-end from November 30 to June 30 effective immediately.
www.bridges.com /canada/about/profile/epr_kit.htm   (1208 words)

 Bridges By County: Ontario - Middlesex County
Below is a list of all the available bridges for this county.
Note on bridge types: The category "type" in the table is a very general category, and refers to the type of bridge in an aesthetic and visual sense, NOT in the technical sense.
This is a nice stone arch bridge, that is among the oldest of London's bridges.
www.historicbridges.org /b_c_on_middlesex.htm   (391 words)

 List of Canada-related topics : QuicklyFind Info   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
List of Chief Justices of the Supreme Court of Canada
List of elections in the Province of Canada
List of Justices of the Supreme Court of Canada
www.quicklyfind.com /info/List_of_Canada-related_topics.htm   (88 words)

 [A-List] Ottawa Must Condemn Israeli Aggression - CP of Canada
Ottawa Must Condemn Israeli Aggression The Communist Party of Canada has condemned Israel’s “wanton aggression” in Gaza and Lebanon, and is demanding that the Harper federal government join the vast majority of the international community in criticizing Israel’s escalating military actions.
“Instead, Canada must demand that the Olmert government agree without delay to an immediate ceasefire to stop the bombing and artillery at once, and stop the senseless slaughter of civilians and the starvation of children.
The siege of Gaza must be lifted and commercial crossings opened to allow an uninterrupted supply of food, medicines and fuel to the Palestinian population of the Gaza strip who are threatened with a humanitarian disaster.
lists.econ.utah.edu /pipermail/a-list/2006-July/061614.html   (637 words)

 Bridgemeister - Inventory Search by Canada Provinces   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
This is a list of all of the provinces in Canada represented in the suspension bridge inventory.
Select a province to see the list of bridges in that province.
The number of bridges is shown in parenthesis.
www.bridgemeister.com /list.php?type=province   (37 words)

 Bridges in the USA and Canada   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
The top level of the bridge carries the Parkway, beneath which there is a pedestrian walkway which not only leads to the canal lock exhibit but which also affords excellent views of the river.
There are a number of bridges across the St Lawrence River, both where it forms the border between Ontario and New York State and to a lesser extent in the Province of Quebec where the river is wider.
One example of a road with numerous such bridges is the road from Asheville, North Carolina to Marietta, Ohio.
www.grouptravels.com /usa_can/bridges/bridges.htm   (878 words)

 Historic Bridges of Michigan and Elsewhere - Bridges By Province: Ontario
This bridge is an excellent example of a lattice guardrail beam bridge in Ontario.
This bridge is the centerpiece of New Hamburg, and is being restored!
This tiny beam bridge is mainly interesting for having lattice railings, which speak to its older construction.
www.historicbridges.org /b_s_ont.htm   (1332 words)

 Navigable Waters Bridges Regulations (Canada)
In these Regulations, "bridge" includes a bridge under construction; "Minister" means the Minister of Transport; "movable span", without restricting the generality of the term, includes a lift, draw, swing and jackknife span.
The owner of every bridge shall cause to be exhibited, maintained and operated at the bridge the lights and other aids to navigation prescribed by or under these Regulations.
Where a plan and description of a proposed bridge is required by the Navigable Waters Protection Act or the Railway Act to be submitted to the Minister for his approval, that plan and description shall indicate any lights or markings prescribed by the Minister pursuant to section 4.
www.sms.lv /catalogue_companies_list/company_source_9656_1.html   (599 words)

The General Council of The United Church of Canada has been made aware of recent pieces of correspondence from the Rev. Lawrence Pushee related to the current conflict in the Middle East, and to the Toronto Conference action on ethical investment in Palestine and Israel.
In particular, both Canada and Britain need to face the fact that multiculturalism, which for both countries is an article of faith, has brought havoc in its wake.
My argument at the time was that Canada needed to be slapped out of its delusions and forced to stand up for itself in ways other than the Potemkin courage it shows in “standing up” to the United States.
www.israpundit.com /2006/index.php?tag=canada   (3872 words)

 Bridge Building
Bridges must be built strong enough to safely support their own weight as well as the weight of the people and vehicles that pass over it.
The bridge must be made from simple materials and must be able to support a standard brick (about five pounds).
Bridges have been an essential part of transportation for hundreds of years, and it is the job of civil engineers to design the safest, most durable bridges possible.
www.42explore.com /bridge.htm   (2250 words)

 List Of Bridges   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Brooklyn Bridge, New York City, 1883 — fifty percent longer than any previous attempt to build a suspension span and revered for its Gothic style
Rio-Antirio bridge, Greece — The longest cable-stayed bridge in the world, unique in its solutions to difficult site problems.
This is a stone bridge, replaced by a modern concrete span and brought to its present location as part of a large lakeside development.
www.seattleluxury.com /encyclopedia/entry/List_of_bridges   (657 words)

 Learn more about | Canada Gazette
The Canada Gazette is the "official newspaper" of the Government of Canada.
The Canada Gazette is published pursuant to section 10 of the Statutory Instruments Act, which confers the responsibility for the Canada Gazette to the Queen's Printer.
Part I is the alphabetical list of creditors and Part II is the list of branch adresses.
canadagazette.gc.ca /learn-e.html   (1600 words)

 Engineers demand national standards for bridges
There are about 50,000 bridges in Canada, many coming into the final stages of their estimated 75-year lifespans — but they often don't get the necessary maintenance from the provinces and municipalities responsible for their upkeep.
As a result, highways and bridges south of the border are in much better shape, he said.
And in Newfoundland and Labrador, 359 of 715 bridges were not inspected, the auditor general reported in 2003.
www.cbc.ca /canada/story/2006/10/06/bridges-inspections.html?ref=rss   (1502 words)

 Case Study: Canada
The Province of British Columbia was a pioneer in outsourcing of road maintenance under performance-based contracts (PBCs) in Canada.
At the end of the privatization for the first round of contracts in 1988, 2,280 employees were transferred to the new Road and Bridge Maintenance contractors, 20 employees stayed with the government, a few resigned, and about 200 took early retirement.
In addition to expanding the list of items covered by the contract, innovations include such things as conditions-based end result specifications, and a separate treatment of operating and capital (investment) activities.
www.worldbank.org /transport/roads/resource-guide/Case-Canada-print.htm   (1917 words)

 William Bridges and Associates People
William Bridges is an internationally known speaker, author, and consultant who shows individuals and organizations how to deal more productively with change.
The most recent of his ten books is a new and expanded second edition of his best-seller, Managing Transitions (2003), and the updated second edition of Transitions (2004), which together have sold over one million copies.
He has also worked with companies and public agencies in Australia, Belgium, Brazil, France, Hong Kong, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Africa, and the U.K. He is a frequent keynote speaker at conferences and corporate meetings in the United States and abroad.
www.wmbridges.com /about/who-bill.html   (338 words)

 Bicycling in Canada   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
The first bridge, on the American side was having some renovation work done, so the highway department shuttled us over in the back of pick up trucks.
The next bridge on the Canadian side was quite an experience.
Our first night of camping in Canada was at a remote campground, just a few miles over the border.
www.biketracks.net /canada.htm   (594 words)

 Covered Spans of Yesteryear
The purpose of this project is to compile a listing of all known covered bridges in the United States and Canada, past & present.
If you would like to provide information on covered bridges that no longer exist from your state, or adopt a state to work on, we would certainly welcome your assistance.
Once completed, this listing will be a tremendous wealth of historical information.
www.lostbridges.org   (270 words)

 Amazon.com: Bridges: Music: Dianne Reeves   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Reeves thrives during a quintet of folk-jazz narratives midway through the disk, from a vivid take on Leonard Cohen's "Suzanne" (set off by Kenny Garrett's human-cry soprano sax) to a wordless "Olokun" by pianist-arranger Billy Childs.
In between are the delicately unfolding ballad "Goodbye" (an gorgeous, instant pop classic), a shimmering remake of Milton Nascimento's "Bridges" (anchored by a Nascimento-like acoustic guitar), and perhaps the best version of Joni Mitchell's "River" ever made.
And while Dianne's album "Art and Survival" was a braver and riskier release, "Bridges" is an immaculately-produced, brilliantly-arranged, and gorgeously-sung outing.
www.amazon.com /Bridges-Dianne-Reeves/dp/B00000IP34   (1421 words)

 PQ leader demands list of ‘vulnerable’ bridges   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Boisclair, meeting with his party caucus in this Lower St. Lawrence community, said Quebecers are worried after the collapse last Saturday of the de la Concorde overpass in Laval, which killed five people.
Transport Quebec, in its 2004-2005 annual report, says 54.8 per cent of Quebec’s 4,900 overpasses, bridges and other structures are in “good shape,” leaving about 2,200 structures not in good shape.
Boisclair also wants the government to release the report of the transport department official who went to the overpass after a citizen reported falling chucks of concrete.
www.canada.com /montrealgazette/news/story.html?id=66e9bdfc-84ce-4020-a274-504c6b427db5&k=27705   (189 words)

 Canada   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Our agenda was to ride up the eastern coast of the USA while hitting the Chesapeake Bay Bridge, New York City (to see the Statue of Liberty), ride the length of Long Island, see the lighthouse at Cape Neddick in Maine.
The bridges that we rode across were pretty cool, such as the shorter one into Staten Island from New Jersey, but the Verrazano Narrows Bridge was really a site.
Also in the information center was a list of a lot of people who have died on the mountain, and, I believe, how they died, by such things as falls to hypothermia.
members.aol.com /TBoling125/canada.html   (9184 words)

 ITS Applications in Canada
This page is intended to provide representative samples of various intelligent transportation systems applications and to demonstrate the breadth of current ITS deployments in Canada.
It is not intended to provide an exhaustive list of all ITS applications in Canada.
ITS Canada has initiated an effort to establish the '511' telephone number as an automated ìtraveller information serviceî number in Canada.
www.itscanada.ca /english/applications.htm   (1633 words)

 C++ Applications
In fact, I couldn't list a 1000th of all major C++ programs if I tried, and this list holds maybe 1000th of the ones I have heard of.
It is a list of systems, applications, and libraries that a reader might have some familiarity with, that might give a novice an idea what is being done with C++, or that I simply thought "cool".
No I will not list an application before it is in wide-spread use (sorry); this list is meant to demonstrate major use and as such it would be weakened by including new products.
www.research.att.com /~bs/applications.html   (3018 words)

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