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Notre-Dame-de-Grâce

in the west end of Montreal, where the School remains to this day on what is commonly referred to as the Loyola Campus of Concordia University (Concordia University (Montreal)). Map of Loyola Campus provided by Concordia University - http: buildings.concordia.ca loyola He was elected to parliament in the 1953 election (Canadian federal election, 1953) as a Progressive Conservative (Progressive Conservative Party of Canada) for the riding of Notre-Dame-de-Grâce

b. 1932 first elected in 1965 as Liberal (Liberal Party of Canada) member for Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, Quebec. * Benjamin Graydon Allmark b. 1911 first elected in 1958 as Progressive Conservative (Progressive Conservative Party of Canada) member for Kingston (Kingston (electoral district)), Ontario. * Sarkis Assadourian b. 1948 first elected in 1993 as Liberal (Liberal Party of Canada) member for Don Valley North, Ontario. * Edmund Tobin Asselin b. 1920

first elected in 1962 as Liberal (Liberal Party of Canada) member for Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, Quebec. * Gérard Asselin b. 1950 first elected in 1993 as Bloc Québécois member for Charlevoix (Charlevoix (electoral district)), Quebec. * John Borden Hamilton b. 1913 first elected in 1954 as Progressive Conservative (Progressive Conservative Party of Canada) member for York West, Ontario. * William McLean Hamilton b. 1919 first elected in 1953 as Progressive


Hudson, Quebec

Category:Incorporated places in Vallée-du-Haut-Saint-Laurent - Hudson (Hudson, Quebec) Vaudreuil-Soulanges (Vaudreuil-Soulanges Regional County Municipality, Quebec) 5,088 Montérégie - The son of a Progressive Conservative (Progressive Conservative Party of Canada) cabinet minister, Layton was raised in Hudson, Quebec. He rose to prominence in Toronto municipal politics where he was one of the most prominent left-wing voices on city and Metropolitan Toronto

councils, championing many progressive causes. In 1991, he ran for mayor, losing to June Rowlands. Returning to council he rose to become head of the Federation of Canadian Municipalities. In 2003, he was elected head of the NDP on the first ballot of the convention (New Democratic Party leadership election, 2003). John Gilbert "Jack" Layton was born in Montreal and raised in nearby Hudson, Quebec, a comfortable and largely Anglophone (English Canada) community.<

accessdate August 22, 2011 and Progressive Conservative MP Robert Layton. He was elected student council president of his high school, Hudson High School (Hudson High School (Quebec)), and his yearbook predicted that he would become a politician. Taber, Jane. "Outside House, Layton learns pecking order." ''The Globe and Mail''. February 1, 2003, p. A5. He graduated from McGill University in 1970 with an Honours Bachelor of Arts BA


Port Dover, Ontario

Governing Body leader_name1 The Council of The Corporation of Norfolk County leader_title2 MPs (Canadian House of Commons) leader_name2 Diane Finley (Con (Conservative Party of Canada)) leader_title3 MPPs (Legislative Assembly) leader_name3 Toby Barrett (PC (Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario)) leader_title4 leader_name4 established_title Established established_date

, the community will continue to see a rise in population; with 8,546 people calling Port Dover their home by the year 2056. Notable people * Toby Barrett, Haldimand-Norfolk's current MPP (serving on the Legislative Assembly of Ontario for the Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario) * Eddie Sargent, former MPP (who served on the Legislative Assembly of Ontario for the Ontario Liberal Party) * Rory Dodd, rock vocalist who was famous for vocalizing on Ted Nugent's single

(Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario) Attractions Located just a short driving distance away from the Stelco Lake Erie Works in Nanticoke (Nanticoke, Ontario), Port Dover is the site of romantic sunsets along its surrounding countryside. ''Port Dover, Ontario, Canada'' at TravelingLuck.com There are scenic waterfalls nearby


Colonial Mauritania

, Babana was defeated by the Mauritanian Progressive Union, led by Sidi el Moktar N'Diaye and supported by the colonial administration and its allies, the traditional Maure secular and clerical ruling classes, who feared the Mauritanian Entente's "socialist" program. In the 1952 election for members of the Territorial Assembly, the Mauritanian Progressive Union won the twenty-two of the twenty-four seats. The reforms of 1956, or ''Loi-Cadre'', were even more sweeping than

, mostly from the northern sections of the country, to unite with Morocco, and the countervailing wishes of many blacks to secede from Mauritania and join the Mali Federation. The defeat of the Mauritanian Entente and Babana by the Mauritanian Progressive Union in the elections of 1951 and 1956, which established the Mauritanian Progressive Union's dominance, led Babana and several of his followers in the summer of 1956 to flee to Morocco, where Babana became head of the National Council

the French alienated the Association of Mauritanian Youth, an important group advocated total independence and strict anticolonialism. In this atmosphere of increasing fragmentation and political instability, Daddah, with the strong support of France, called for unity among all factions. At the Congress of Aleg in May 1958, the Mauritanian Regroupment Party was formed in a merger of the Mauritanian Progressive Union, elements of the Mauritanian Entente that had expelled


Emerson, Manitoba

subdivision_type3 Rural municipality subdivision_name3 Emerson – Franklin (Municipality of Emerson – Franklin) leader_title leader_name leader_title1 MLA (Legislative Assembly of Manitoba) (Emerson (Emerson (electoral district))) leader_name1 Cliff Graydon (PC) (Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba) leader_title2 MP (Canadian House of Commons) ( Provencher (electoral district) Provencher

. (March 7, 1887 &ndash; May 23, 1982) was a politician in Manitoba, Canada. He served in the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba as a Progressive Conservative (Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba) from 1949 to 1953. Born in Emerson (Emerson, Manitoba), MB, McGirr married Elizabeth Stewart, of Griswold, near Oak Lake (Oak Lake, Manitoba), in 1916. They had two daughters, Nora (later married to Marion Clawson, president of Resources for the Future), and Kathleen (who

married first the Canadian historian Roger Graham (W. Roger Graham) and later the distinguished military man Leonard Birchall). McGirr first ran for the Manitoba legislature as a Conservative in the 1932 provincial election (Manitoba general election, 1932), but lost to Liberal-Progressive (Manitoba Liberal Party) candidate Robert Hawkins (Robert Hawkins (Manitoba politician)) by 265 votes in the Dauphin (Dauphin (Manitoba riding)) constituency. He lost to Hawkins again, by a greater


Moosomin, Saskatchewan

, SK (Saskatchewan), CAN (Canada) DATE OF DEATH An Indian trail used by fur traders, and red river carts pulling settlers effects was the first path between Moosomin (Moosomin, Saskatchewan) and Fort Ellice, Manitoba. The transcontinental CPR (Canadian Pacific Railway) paralleled this trail when coming through in the late 19th century and early 20th century.

title Progressive Moosomin, industrial and commercial centre of Saskatchewan work Our Roots Nos Racines publisher University of Calgary, Université Laval year 2006 url http: www.ourroots.ca e page.aspx?id 331756 accessdate 2008-04-04 Next along the way are Moosomin, Saskatchewan, Rotave, and Fleming, Saskatchewan all within the Moosomin No 121 (Moosomin No. 121, Saskatchewan) R.M. The town of Moosomin, Saskatchewan hosts 2,257

residents at the junction of Saskatchewan Highway 8, 1, and 709 (Saskatchewan Highway 709).


Winkler, Manitoba

Governing Body leader_name1 Winkler City Council leader_title2 MP (House of Commons of Canada) (Portage—Lisgar) leader_name2 Candice Bergen (Candice Bergen (politician)) (CPC) (Conservative Party of Canada) leader_title3 MLA (Legislative Assembly of Manitoba) (Morden-Winkler) leader_name3 Cameron Friesen (PC) (Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba) timezone Central Time Zone (North

Henry Siemens, Herb Dick, Don Friesen, Ron Neisteter, Marvin Plett and Ken J. Wiebe. http: cityofwinkler.ca thecouncil.html Winkler is represented in the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba (as part of the Pembina (Pembina (Manitoba riding)) riding) by Progressive Conservative (Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba) MLA (Member of the Legislative Assembly) Cameron Friesen and in the Canadian House of Commons (as part of the Portage—Lisgar riding

) was a politician in Manitoba, Canada. He was a member of the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba from 1973 to 1988, representing the riding (electoral district (Canada)) of Rhineland (Rhineland (Manitoba riding)) for the Progressive Conservative Party (Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba). The Pembina Valley was home to 52,126 residents as of the 2001 census (Canada 2001 Census). Its major service centre is the city of Winkler (Winkler, Manitoba). Other important towns


Espanola, Ontario

, Ontario Espanola and Little Current (Little Current, Ontario). Gordon served on the town council of Espanola (Espanola, Ontario) in the 1960s before moving to Sudbury. He was elected to city council there in 1971, and became mayor in 1976. He served until 1981, and ran in that year's provincial election (Ontario general election, 1981) as the Progressive Conservative (Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario) candidate in the Sudbury (Sudbury (electoral district)) constituency. He won

that election, and served as a backbench supporter of Bill Davis's government. Gordon supported Larry Grossman at the Progressive Conservative Party's leadership convention of February 1985. The show was filmed around Whitefish Falls (Whitefish Falls, Ontario), which is near Espanola (Espanola, Ontario). Many scenes were also shot at Birch Island (Birch Island, Ontario) and on Manitoulin Island in 1969. There were 26 episodes of the series. It has continued to air


North Battleford

First Nation who was a dancer. Their children are Cree Summer and Rainbow Sun (Rainbow Sun Francks). accessdate 2008-10-12 residence North Battleford, Saskatchewan footnotes * Edison John Clayton Loney b. 1929 first elected in 1963 as Progressive Conservative (Progressive Conservative Party of Canada) member for Bruce (Bruce (electoral district)), Ontario. * Charles Edwin Long b. 1879 first elected in 1917

member for North Battleford, Saskatchewan. * Erik Nielsen b. 1924 first elected in 1957 as Progressive Conservative (Progressive Conservative Party of Canada) member for Yukon (Yukon (electoral district)), Yukon. * Gordon Towers b. 1919 first elected in 1972 as Progressive Conservative (Progressive Conservative Party of Canada) member for Red Deer (Red Deer (electoral district)), Alberta. * Frederick William Townley-Smith b. 1887 first elected in 1945


Morden, Manitoba

Governing Body leader_name1 Morden City Council leader_title2 MP (House of Commons of Canada) (Portage—Lisgar) leader_name2 Candice Hoeppner (CPC) (Conservative Party of Canada) leader_title3 MLA (Legislative Assembly of Manitoba) (Morden-Winkler) leader_name3 Cameron Friesen (PC) (Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba) established_title Established established_date 1882

is bisected by a Canadian Pacific railway south of Stephen Street, running East-West. The Boundary Trail Railway interlines with the Canadian Pacific in Morden. Government and politics Morden is governed by a mayor and six councillors who are elected by residents. The current mayor of Morden is Ken Wiebe. Morden is represented in the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba (as part of the Morden-Winkler riding) by Progressive Conservative Party

of Manitoba Progressive Conservative MLA (Member of the Legislative Assembly) Cameron Friesen and in the House of Commons of Canada (as part of the Portage—Lisgar riding) by Conservative (Conservative Party of Canada) MP (Member of Parliament) Candice Hoeppner. Education thumb A school house from before 1923. (File:School house, farms etc., Morden, Manitoba.jpg) Morden's public school system is the Western School Division, which consists of two elementary schools


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