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century, driving out the occupying Iroquois ''The Ojibwa-Iroquois War: The War the Five Nations Did Not Win''. Leroy V. Eid. Ethnohistory, Vol. 26, No. 4 (Autumn, 1979), Duke University Press,pp. 297-324 Schmalz, Peter S., ''The Ojibwa of Southern Ontario.'' University of Toronto Press. ISBN 0-8020-2736-9. pp 21-22 and later lending their name to Toronto's modern-day western suburb (Mississauga). Until the beginning of British (British Empire) colonization, there was limited permanent occupation, though both native peoples and the French did attempted to settle, including the construction of the small fort 'Rouillé (Fort Rouillé)' near the mouth of the Humber, on the grounds of today's Exhibition Place. Personal life Although born in Kraków, Poland (People's Republic of Poland), Werbowy holds both Canadian (Canada) and Ukrainian (Ukraine) citizenship. Época magazine. 29 January 2007. Issue 454, page 107, Editora Globo When she was three years old, Werbowy's Ukrainian (Ukrainians) parents moved to Mississauga, a suburb of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Local beauty returns home as the new face of Lancome, CanoeNetwork She has a brother named Orest and sister Oksana. At age fourteen, Werbowy was 5'11", willowy and sporting braces (Dental brace). She attended St. Sofia Ukrainian Catholic Elementary School and Cawthra Park Secondary School as a visual arts student. Wikipedia:Mississauga Commons:Category:Mississauga


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