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  List of the 100 largest cities and towns in Canada by area - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
This is a list of the 100 largest cities and towns (see note) in Canada ranked by area.
The list includes just cities and towns in Canada and the 4 census subdivisions in Canada that are called Regional Municipalities.
Areas are according to Statistics Canada except for Quebec where they are according to the Repertory of Quebec Municipalities.
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 List of cities in Canada
John's (capital city of Newfoundland and Labrador), Toronto (capital city of Ontario), Victoria (capital city of British Columbia), Whitehorse (capital city of Yukon), Winnipeg (capital city of Manitoba) and Yellowknife (capital city of Northwest Territories).
Montreal is the largest French-speaking city in the Western Hemisphere and the second largest city by population in Canada.
List of the 100 largest municipalities in Canada by population
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 City Mayors: The world's largest cities (1 to 100)
City Mayors ranks the world’s largest and richest cities and urban areas.
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City Mayors examines education issues and policies affecting children and adults in urban areas.
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  Florida important cities and towns, Florida guide, Information about florida - fabulous villas
In the city the population is spread out with 23.0% under the age of 18, 9.6% from 18 to 24, 29.8% from 25 to 44, 21.6% from 45 to 64, and 15.9% who are 65 years of age or older.
In the city the population is spread out with 27.0% under the age of 18, 12.0% from 18 to 24, 34.9% from 25 to 44, 18.5% from 45 to 64, and 7.6% who are 65 years of age or older.
In the town the population is spread out with 7.9% under the age of 18, 5.0% from 18 to 24, 12.6% from 25 to 44, 29.8% from 45 to 64, and 44.7% who are 65 years of age or older.
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  List of the 100 largest cities in Canada by population - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
List of the 100 largest cities in Canada by population
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The table below lists the 100 largest cities (or municipalities) in Canada by population, using data from the Canada 2001 census for census subdivisions.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/List_of_the_100_largest_cities_in_Canada   (184 words)

  
 List of the 100 largest cities and towns in Canada by area - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This is a list of the 100 largest cities and towns (see note) in Canada ranked by area.
The list includes just cities and towns in Canada and the 4 census subdivisions in Canada that are called Regional Municipalities.
Areas are according to Statistics Canada except for Quebec where they are according to the Repertory of Quebec Municipalities.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/List_of_the_100_largest_cities_and_towns_in_Canada_by_area   (132 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).
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.
The largest cities are: Toronto, Ontario; Montreal, Quebec; Vancouver, British Columbia; the capital, Ottawa, Ontario; Edmonton, Alberta, and Calgary, Alberta.
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 sociology - City
A city is an urban area, differentiated from a town, village, or hamlet by size, population density, importance, or legal status.
Although city can refer to an agglomeration including suburban and satellite areas, the term is not appropriate for a conurbation (cluster) of distinct urban places, nor for a wider metropolitan area including more than one city, each acting as a focus for parts of the area.
In the United Kingdom, a city is a town which has been known as a city since time immemorial, or which has received city status by royal charter — which is normally granted on the basis of size, importance or royal connection (traditional pointers have been whether the town has a cathedral or a university).
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Cities were developed in Siberia in tandem with industries to provide a fixed reserve of labor for factories, mines, and oil and gas fields.
Canada's North is a resource base, but the bulk of the nation's people are located along the U.S. border, close to markets and in the warmest areas of the country.
In very remote areas where key natural resources are located, settlements would be outposts (not towns and cities), with small permanent populations and a heavy dependency on seasonal workers for the bulk of production in the summer months.
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 Richard Florida and The Creative Class Exchange: Cities
The criteria used for each map are listed and described in the region to the left of the map.
New numbers on the largest cities in the U.S. from the Census Bureau.
New York is among a faction of U.S. cities from Boston to Portland, Ore.
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 Golf Digest: The #1 Golf Publication!   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Fifteen of the bottom 20 cities lie above the Mason-Dixon line, including regular bottom-feeders Bridgeport, Conn., New York City and golf-dry Jersey City, N.J. There are 330 Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSAs) in the U.S. with a population of greater than 50,000.
But in the eastern Alabama twin cities of Auburn and Opelika, a place known for the city-block-size Auburn Tiger paw print in the main square and a college football stadium that seats more than 86,000 people, golf is becoming its second passion.
America's 100 Greatest Courses: The definitive list of the country's finest public and private courses.
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 AEJMC Archives -- September 2001, week 2 (#57)
About 100 of the survivors are in Oswego.[49] She told the press that the refugees were a cross-section of every type of refugee now pouring into Italy, there being 36,000 in the Allied camps.
Israel had the second largest army in the region, with 60 percent of the population having some kind of military training.
However, Twain was on-target when he compared Israel's border cities to the new western towns of America, when the pioneers went armed into their field.
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 Cities and Towns of Alaska   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Kodiak Island is famous for huge Kodiak brown bears, world-class sport fishing, one of the largest commercial fishing ports in the nation, and the magnificent green that the island turns during the summer--which is why Kodiak is affectionately called Alaska's Emerald Isle.
It is the second largest Borough in Alaska and is roughly the size of the state of Indiana.
The town was settled in the 1890's by Norwegian fishermen and families, and to this day reflects the artistic and cultural influences of its Scandinavian roots.
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 Nova Scotia History Index
Fort Lawrence / Beaubassin Heritage Association The area, presently known as Fort Lawrence, located on the East side of the Missaquash River, in the region known as Chignecto which consisted of the area surrounding the border between present day New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, was originally called Beaubassin, meaning "beautiful bay".
John Allan was the eldest son of William Allan, one of the earliest settlers of Halifax, Nova Scotia, and was born in Edinburgh Castle, Scotland, Jan. 3, 1746.
The regiment was employed in garrison duty in Halifax and smaller towns along the coast of Nova Scotia for the remainder of the war.
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 City Mayors: Largest UK towns and cities
CityMayor's table of top UK cities is made up of the country's 200 largest cities, towns and districts.
Not all areas listed in the table are urban in nature.
For example, South Gloucestershire, north of Bristol, is predominantly rural, while Bath and North East Somerset comprises the spa city of Bath and the mainly rural area of North East Somerset.
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 Nova Scotia History Index
Fort Lawrence / Beaubassin Heritage Association The area, presently known as Fort Lawrence, located on the East side of the Missaquash River, in the region known as Chignecto which consisted of the area surrounding the border between present day New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, was originally called Beaubassin, meaning "beautiful bay".
John Allan was the eldest son of William Allan, one of the earliest settlers of Halifax, Nova Scotia, and was born in Edinburgh Castle, Scotland, Jan. 3, 1746.
The regiment was employed in garrison duty in Halifax and smaller towns along the coast of Nova Scotia for the remainder of the war.
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 UCB Libraries | Map Library | Links | Online Historical Maps   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
From a joint project of the Historic Cities Center of the Department of Geography, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the Jewish National and University Library.
The 100 Thematic Maps were selected by members of the Faculty of Geosciences at the University of Utrecht.
"62 towns were surveyed by Ordnance Survey, at the largest scales in their entire history (1:1,056, and 1:500), collectively forming a comprehensive snapshot of urban Scotland in the late 19th century.
ucblibraries.colorado.edu /map/links/historical.htm   (1272 words)

  
 North Carolina Collection-100 or So
This is a list of titles that the staff of the North Carolina Collection find useful for answering reference questions.
Lists archival and manuscript repositories including a description of holdings, services, hours of operation, and contact information.
The division into chapters such as family, taverns, homes, towns, health, religion, and education is useful, as are the list of sources cited and an index.
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 Asian Holocaust : Opium, Sex Slaves, Nanjing Massacre, Pillage, Slavery, WMD Unit 731, 100, 516
In 1906, with the creation of largest drug case in Human History with Almost 50 % of the China's population were Opium addicts, British finally realized that their More than a century India-China Opium Traffic is morally indefensible and proposed to control it.
The town was sacked from end to end, and the inhabitants were butchered in their own houses.....
The city was combed in a systematic house ­to house search for men having knapsack marks on their shoulders or other signs of having been soldiers.
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 ASU Libraries: Cities Subject Guide
Each city has a narrative page and three pages of statistics covering temperature, humidity, precipitation, wind, and heating and cooling degree days, which provides an idea of the days that air-conditioning or heating are required.
The best access to information available by city is by city name and to use the subject entry "cities." At the end of the list of items on cities is a list of additional terms used to describe metropolitan areas.
Each item listed under a city also includes the unit of measure, the value, the date of the survey, and a reference number to the source list of documents in the back of the book.
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 Alaska travel guide - Wikitravel
Cities not served by road or sea can only be reached by air, accounting for Alaska's extremely well-developed Bush air services—an Alaskan novelty.
The smallest towns and villages must rely on scheduled or chartered Bush flying services using general aviation aircraft such as the Cessna Caravan, the most popular aircraft in use in the state.
Some foods indigenous to this area are fireweed honey (distinctive and quite uniquely delicious), and spruce tip syrup made from the Sitka spruce which grows very commonly throughout Alaska; and of course there is perhaps the most well know of all Alaskan produce: seafood.
wikitravel.org /en/Alaska   (2272 words)

  
 Maps.09.com, Best Map Web sites list, Map Resources, Best Map Websites, Top Map Websites, Best Map Sites
Top-level categories include cities and towns, cultural, landscapes, conservation and environment, military battles and campaigns, discovery and exploration, transportation and communication.
Searchable aerial views of cities and towns in the United States.
Offers searchable listing in the United States and Europe by address and driving directions.
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 Guide de voyage pour le Canada - pensions, choses à faire, vie nocturne, bouts, etc.
Geopolitically, Canada est divisé en 10 provinces (Colombie britannique, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, Le Québec, Le Nouveau Brunswick, La Nouvelle-Écosse, Île Prince Edouard et Terre-Neuve) et 3 territoires (Yukon, Territoires du nord-ouest et Nunavut).
Au Canada, vous devez toujours rapporter à l'la police voiture, camion du feu, ou il est également illégal garer ambulanceIt devant une bouche d'incendie.
Le logement au Canada change sensiblement dans le prix selon le temps et le placeIn la plupart des villes et beaucoup de secteurs de touristes, comptent payer vers le haut de $100 ou de plus une bonne salle d'hôtel.
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 CIS: Welcome to Massachusetts!
Voter registration, automobile registration, a driver’s license, the appearance of a person’s name on a city or town street list, and rent, utility, mortgage or telephone bills normally provide tangible proof of residence.
Licenses are issued by a city or town clerk or the Division of Fisheries and Wildlife.
Primary and secondary schools are under the control of cities and towns.
www.sec.state.ma.us /cis/ciswel/weltomas.htm   (2963 words)

  
 Judaism and Jewish Resources - Andrew Tannenbaum
Uncle Eli's Haggadah is a commentary on the seder in rhyme, for children, by Prof.
Eliezer Segal at the University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
The Center For Jewish History in New York City is headquarters for organizations including the American Jewish Historical Society, American Sephardi Federation, Leo Baeck Institute, Yeshiva University Museum and the YIVO Institute for Jewish Research.
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 Green Ontario: Provincial Strategy
The environment is a major area of interest, and a limited number of grants are made in Canada.
The Charles Stewart Mott Foundation: The mission of the Mott Foundation's environmental grantmaking is to support the efforts of an engaged citizenry working to create accountable and responsive institutions, sound public policies, and appropriate models of development that protect the diversity and integrity of selected ecosystems in North America and around the world.
Community foundations exist in major cities and towns across Canada to support community development projects, arts, culture, and the environment.
www.greenontario.org /resources/funding.html   (1224 words)

  
 MeL Internet Search Results   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Marquette County, the Traverse City Region, and the City of Grand Rapids were named to the 2004 Most Livable Cities list.
The collections are arranged by broad theme areas (cities and towns, conservation and environment, cultural landscapes, discovery and exploration, military battles and campaigns, transportation and communicatin) and searchable by keyword.
Decennial census population totals for the 100 largest cities and other urban places in the United States based on the 21 decennial censuses taken from 1790 to 1990.
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 CIC Canada | Communities Across Canada
Most newcomers to Canada tend to settle in the three biggest cities — Toronto, Montréal and Vancouver.
Among the medium-sized cities are Halifax, Québec City, Ottawa, London, Windsor, Sudbury, Winnipeg, Saskatoon, Regina, Calgary, Edmonton and Victoria.
All of the medium-sized cities have diverse, multi-ethnic populations ranging in size from approximately 100,000 to one million people, and all have the variety of public and private institutions and services found in the largest cities.
www.cic.gc.ca /english/newcomer/menu-commcan.html   (345 words)

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