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Calgary Region

considered as part of Calgary's metropolitan area due to, among other things, the MDs shared boundary with the City of Calgary and the bedroom community nature of towns like Okotoks, High River, Black Diamond (Black Diamond, Alberta) and Turner Valley (Turner Valley, Alberta). Calgary Regional Partnership Founded in 1999,

organization after seven years author Alan Mattson publisher Cochrane Eagle date 2010-07-06 accessdate 2010-09-03 the Calgary Regional Partnership (CRP) is a cooperative between 15 urban municipalities in the greater Calgary area that deals with regional growth and planning issues. The CRP's motto is ''Thinking regionally... acting locally...'' Membership The CRP's current membership includes three cities (Airdrie

and the towns of Crossfield and High River. The MD of Bighorn No. 8 pulled out of the CRP in March 2009 due to the lack of opportunity for infrastructure connectivity to the balance of the Calgary Region.


Shafter, California

industrial park in the San Joaquin Valley. http: issuu.com kernbusiness docs kbj_dec Modified Community Correctional Facility The City of Shafter reopened the Shafter Modified Community Correctional Facility in 2013 after a two year closure. Profits from the facility directly benefit public safety initiatives and the Shafter Education Partnership, focused on early literacy and college readiness. http: www.bakersfieldcalifornian.com local x196574722 Shafter

to meet the needs of a growing student body. The school is also home to the historical Fred L. Starrh Performing Arts Center, a large theater building with a fully functional fly system. thumb Shafter High School, located in Shafter, California (File:Shafter High School.jpg) Shafter is also home to Kern Adventist Elementary. Kern Adventist Elementary is a small, one teacher Christian school. It has been in operation for over 92 years. Shafter Education Partnership In 2010, the City

of Shafter, the Richland School District, and Shafter High School formed the Shafter Education Partnership to support educational excellence in Shafter. The areas of focus for the Shafter Education Partnership are challenging advanced students, forming a strong foundation in reading, and building a community for learning. The Partnership is funded by the City of Shafter with a 2014-15 budget allocation of $865,618 In order to support its goal of forming a strong foundation in reading the Shafter


Chippawa, Ontario

business on his own, forming a partnership with Thomas Clark (Thomas Clark (Upper Canada)) around 1798. He established a number of sawmills and gristmills in the Niagara (Niagara Peninsula) region, mainly in partnership with Clark. The gristmills processed wheat produced on farms in the region; these mills, by virtue of their location, were the major source of flour production in Upper Canada. Several of their mills were burned by the American (United States)s during the War

employment with his cousin, Robert Hamilton (Robert Hamilton (judge)). In 1796, he opened a store in Queenston (Queenston, Ontario). He then formed a partnership with Samuel Street (Samuel Street, Jr.) to transport goods around Niagara Falls. He owned docks and storage facilities at Queenston, Chippawa (Chippawa, Ontario) and Fort Erie (Fort Erie, Ontario). In 1800, when Street left the partnership, he formed a new partnership with Robert Nichol (Canadian politician) Robert Nichol

transporting and trading in goods which lasted until 1803. In the same year, he was appointed justice of the peace. Around 1808, he set up several large flour mill (gristmill)ing complexes with Samuel Street. Besides his partnership with Street, Clark also had an agreement with John Jacob Astor and others for the shipping and sale of flour.


Queenston, Ontario

came to Canada as part of a contract with a fur trading (fur trade) company operating west of the Great Lakes. In 1780, he formed a partnership with Richard Cartwright (Richard Cartwright (Upper Canada)) to supply goods to the British (Kingdom of Great Britain) army at Fort Niagara which later expanded to include the transportation of goods across the province. Around 1784, he settled at Queenston (Queenston, Ontario). In 1791, with others, he won the contract for transporting

in 1791 to seek employment with his cousin, Robert Hamilton (Robert Hamilton (judge)). In 1796, he opened a store in Queenston (Queenston, Ontario). He then formed a partnership with Samuel Street (Samuel Street, Jr.) to transport goods around Niagara Falls. He owned docks and storage facilities at Queenston, Chippawa (Chippawa, Ontario) and Fort Erie (Fort Erie, Ontario). In 1800, when Street left the partnership, he formed a new partnership with Robert Nichol (Canadian

politician) Robert Nichol transporting and trading in goods which lasted until 1803. In the same year, he was appointed justice of the peace. Around 1808, he set up several large flour mill (gristmill)ing complexes with Samuel Street. Besides his partnership with Street, Clark also had an agreement with John Jacob Astor and others for the shipping and sale of flour. He was born in Dumfries, Scotland around 1775. When his father's business encountered financial hardship, Thomas and his


Higher Education Funding Council for England

at the Bretton Hall site, which became home to the University's School of Performance and Cultural Industries. In 2005 the university, in partnership with the University of Essex, and with the support of Suffolk County Council, the East of England Development Agency, Ipswich Borough Council, Suffolk College, and the Learning and Skills Council, secured £15 million funding from the Higher Education Funding Council for England for the creation of a new campus

; The partnership was formally launched on November 21, 2006 and is called Birkbeck Stratford. The seeds for the UK's '''National Learning Network''' ('''NLN''') were sown in the spring of 1999 through the collaboration of the Further Education Funding Council (FEFC), the Higher Education

itself. Sources include the government's National Institute for Health Research and Higher Education Funding Council for England, grant-giving bodies such as the Medical Research Council (UK) and the Wellcome Trust, as well as other governmental, charitable and private-sector organisations. Individual research teams secure around £130 million of funds for their projects each year. Many projects are carried out in partnership with other university and health services, charities


Meadow Lake, Saskatchewan

. and the Meadow Lake OSB Limited Partnership. Support industries include Mistik Management and various privately held trucking companies. Meadow Lake acts as a business hub in its local area, providing services for the smaller surrounding communities of Dorintosh and Rapid View and surrounding reserves including the Flying Dust First Nation and the Eagles Lake reserve. A major component of the Meadow Lake economy is the First Nation communities and their relative success. The Flying Dust First

Nation, which directly borders the town, owns and operates many of the city's most profitable industries, including direct ownership of NorSask Forest Products Inc., a portion of the Meadow Lake OSB Partnership, stakes in local trucking and service companies, and a sizeable farming operation which is currently limited to leasing the vast amounts of local property they own or have title on. The community’s agricultural community is also sizeable, including both cereal production and ranching

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Jijiga

to the aid of Ethiopia's communist Derg regime. By 1978, the Somali troops were ultimately pushed out of the Ogaden. This shift in support by the Soviet Union motivated the Barre government to seek allies elsewhere. It eventually settled on the Soviets' Cold War arch-rival, the United States, which had been courting the Somali government for some time. All in all, Somalia's initial friendship with the Soviet Union and later partnership with the United States enabled it to build

Soviet experts came to the aid of Ethiopia's communist Derg regime. By 1978, the Somali troops were ultimately pushed out of the Ogaden. This shift in support by the Soviet Union motivated the Barre government to seek allies elsewhere. It eventually settled on the Soviets' Cold War arch-rival, the United States, which had been courting the Somali government for some time. All in all, Somalia's initial friendship with the Soviet Union and later partnership with the United States

. By 1978, the Somali troops were ultimately pushed out of the Ogaden. This shift in support by the Soviet Union motivated the Barre government to seek allies elsewhere. It eventually settled on the Soviet Union's Cold War arch-rival, the United States, which had been courting the Somali government for some time. All in all, Somalia's initial friendship with the Soviet Union and later partnership with the United States enabled it to build the largest army in Africa. ref name "


Oulu

, Hungary ''(since 1978)'' Partnership & Twinning Cities In addition Oulu has eight 'Partnership & Twinning cities': ref

class "wikitable" - valign "top" * Sendai, Japan (since 2005) ref name "Oulu Partnership and twinning cities" >

; * Ilembula, Tanzania International municipal projects The educational department takes part


South Kesteven

; on the A1175 (A1175 road) at Market Deeping in July 2010. This is to attract high-tech companies, which the district notably lacks (as does most of the county), and was funded by the district and county councils. The district has a stable economy. It lies in the Welland Sub Regional Strategic Partnership (Welland SSP), which covers the district apart from Grantham, and has been run by Welland Enterprise (owned by Norfolk and Waveney Enterprise Services NWES<

Court , in the north of the district. It was taken over by the newly formed University of Lincoln, who prompted closed it one year later in 2002. Due to neighbouring Rutland not having a further education college, it relies on New College Stamford. Rutland also shares an Employment and Skills Board, Employment and Skills Board Education Business Partnership, Education Business

Partnership Connexions (agency), C4YP Aimhigher centre, Aim Higher and learndirect service (Lincolnshire & Rutland Hub based at Lincoln College (Lincoln College, Lincolnshire)). Twinned with *Przemysl, Poland References thumb right Pilot training at the Joint Elementary Flying Training School (File:WGFLAUIMXDO - geograph.org.uk - 1043896.jpg) at RAF


Sedgemoor

publisher Somerset Strategic Partnership title About the Somerset Strategic Partnership accessdate 5 March 2011 The Somerset Levels (or Somerset Levels and Moors as they are less commonly but more correctly known) are a sparsely populated wetland area of central Somerset, between the Quantock (Quantock Hills) and Mendip hills. They consist of marine clay levels along the coast, and the inland (often peat based) moors. The Levels are divided into two by the Polden

Development Fund Regional Development Fund , by 30 organisations, including; British Waterways, Campaign to Protect Rural England, The Countryside Agency, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, Environment Agency, Kings Sedgemoor and Cary Vale Internal Drainage Board (now part of Parrett Internal Drainage Board), Levels and Moors Partnership, National Farmers Union (National Farmers Union (England and Wales)), Sedgemoor, Somerset County Council, South

and building control (Building regulations in the United Kingdom), local roads, council housing, environmental health, markets and fairs, refuse collection and recycling, cemeteries and crematoria, leisure services, parks, and tourism. The district has partnership with the Finnish (Finland) city Kajaani, the British (United Kingdom) district Sedgemoor, the Polish (Poland) district Pila and the Rayon Rostov (Yaroslavl Oblast) in Russia


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