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 1794 as Dover Mills established_title2 established_date2 1974 (Regional Municipality of Haldimand-Norfolk) established_title3 Amalgamated established_date3 2001 (Single-tier municipality) area_magnitude unit_pref area_footnotes area_total_km2 area_land_km2 area_water_km2 area_water_percent population 6387 population_as_of 2011 timezone EST (North American Eastern Time Zone) utc_offset -5 timezone_DST EDT (Eastern Daylight Time) utc_offset_DST -4 latd 42 latm 47 lats 12 latNS N longd 80 longm 12 longs 11 longEW W coordinates_display inline,title elevation_footnotes tags-- elevation_m 210 postal_code_type Postal code span postal_code N0A area_code (519) (Area codes 519 and 226) website www.norfolkcounty.ca footnotes .
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. In his maiden speech to Parliament in November he accused the very conservative Liberal (Liberal Party of Canada) government led by Louis St. Laurent of being socialists. His criticisms were based on the government being corporatistic and taking an interest in private business activities. * William Henry Allison b. 1838 first elected in 1878 as Conservative (Conservative Party of Canada (historical)) member for Hants (Hants (electoral district)), Nova Scotia. * Warren Allmand 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 Conservative (Progressive Conservative Party of Canada) member for Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, Quebec. * William James Hammell b. 1881 first elected in 1921 as Progressive (Progressive Party of Canada) member for Muskoka (Muskoka (electoral district)), Ontario. Farther west, St. Jacques Street runs through the residential neighbourhoods of Little Burgundy, Saint-Henri, Notre-Dame-de-Grâce and Lachine. Lionel-Groulx (Lionel-Groulx (Montreal Metro)) and Place-Saint-Henri (Place-Saint-Henri (Montreal Metro)) metro stations are located on St. Jacques in the Sud-Ouest (Le Sud-Ouest) borough; to the west, it gives access to Autoroute 20 (Quebec Autoroute 20) in Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, where it passes through a largely industrial and large-surface commercial district at the top of the Falaise Saint-Jacques. The McGill University Health Centre superhospital will front Saint-Jacques in Notre-Dame-de-Grâce. Federal and provincial politics The Town of Montreal West shares a federal riding with the Montreal neighbourhoods (List of neighbourhoods in Montreal) of Notre-Dame-de-Grâce and Lachine (Lachine, Quebec). The riding is known as Notre-Dame-de-Grâce—Lachine and its Member of Parliament (Member of Parliament#Canada) is New Democrat (New Democratic Party) Isabelle Morin. Used by both Quebec-born and outside English-speakers, acronyms with the letters pronounced in English, not French, rather than the full name for Quebec institutions and some areas on Montreal Island are common, particularly where the English-language names either are or, historically, were official. For instance, '''SQ''' -- Sûreté du Québec (pre-Bill 101: '''QPP''' -- ''Quebec Provincial Police'', as it once was); '''NDG''' -- Notre-Dame-de-Grâce; '''DDO''' -- Dollard-des-Ormeaux; '''TMR''' -- Town of Mount Royal (Mount Royal, Quebec), the bilingual town's official English name. Marymount Academy is a paragon of Canadian multiculturalism (multiculturalism). Marymount's diverse environment is composed of students from many ethnic groups and religions. The location of the school in the middle of two neighbourhoods attracts students from the culturally rich areas of Notre-Dame-de-Grâce and Côte-des-Neiges. This further establishes the IBO areas of interaction stimulating open minds and diverse thinking; representative of the school's environment. Early life Martin was born in East York, Ontario (now part of the city of Toronto). His father used to play saxophone in Montreal subway stations to help pay for his baseball training. Along with playing baseball in the Montreal neighborhood of Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, Martin played hockey for N.D.G Minor Hockey, where glimpses of his future all-star athleticism could be seen. He graduated from Polyvalente Édouard-Montpetit High School, which was the same high school attended by former teammate Éric Gagné. After graduating from high school, Martin took a junior college scholarship at Chipola College in Marianna, Florida. By 2003, Mike Taylor began to court the owner of the remaining location on Monkland Avenue (Monkland Avenue (Montreal)) in Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, district of the Montreal borough (Boroughs of Montreal) of Côte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce. During 2004, he gained majority control over the location and began a renovation of the Avenue Video Monkland location during the summer of 2005. The main offices of the board are at 6000, Fielding Avenue in the Notre-Dame-de-Grâce district of the borough (boroughs of Montreal) of Côte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce. The building was formerly occupied by the Protestant School Board of Greater Montreal (PSBGM). caption Shaare Zedek Logo location Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, Montreal, Quebec, Canada geo '''Shaare Zedek Congregation ''' is a Conservative Jewish (Conservative Judaism) synagogue located in the residential district of Notre-Dame-de-Grâce in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
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. Wallace, James. "Man of the people: Jack Layton is a pragmatist waiting to be given a chance." ''Sudbury Star''. January 9, 2006, p. A8. His parents were Doris Elizabeth (Steeves), a grand-niece of William Steeves, a Father of Confederation (Fathers of Confederation), Early life Davidson was born in Hudson (Hudson, Quebec), Quebec, in 1901. Darke, p. 3. Her father, John Wilson Davidson was a Methodist (Methodism) minister. Her mother Mary Elfeda Pomeroy was the daughter of a methodist minister. She had a younger sister named Marsh. Darke, pp. 4-5. On January 20, 2012, Evanov announced that Dufferin applied with the CRTC to establish a new Soft AC station in Hudson, Quebec, a western suburb of Montreal; the new station would broadcast at 106.7 MHz at 500 watts at 94 metres HAAT (Height above average terrain). The frequency choice, however, would have conflicted with CKDG-FM's plans to relocate to 106.7, the frequency previously used by an Aboriginal Voices repeater in Montreal; Canadian Radio News at Facebook, January 20, 2012. Broadcasting Notice of Consultation CRTC 2012-29, January 20, 2012. however, on February 6, 2012, CKDG notified the CRTC that they had withdrawn its application for the frequency change, though it was unknown whether or not Evanov's application for the new station had to do with its decision. Canadian Radio News at Facebook, February 6, 2012. Broadcasting Notice of Consultation CRTC 2010-271-1, February 6, 2012. Out of football during 1966, Trimble remained in Hudson, Quebec, a suburb of Montreal. Here, he and a Montreal friend began to market a new type of goal post that was supported by only one post, instead of the two that had been the standard since the game began. The so-called "slingshot" goalposts, named because of their "Y" shape, were adopted by the NFL in 1967, just after Trimble returned to coaching as an offensive line assistant with the New York Giants. Trimble had been offered the job by head coach Allie Sherman while attempting to sell the team his innovative goal posts.
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 CST (Central Time Zone (North America)) utc_offset −6 timezone_DST CDT (Central Time Zone (North America)) utc_offset_DST −5 postal_code_type Postal code span postal_code R6W (List of R postal codes of Canada) area_code 204 (Area code 204) blank_name Demonym blank_info Winklerite website City of Winkler image_alt '''Winkler''' ( DATE OF BIRTH September 28, 1982 PLACE OF BIRTH Winkler, Manitoba, Canada DATE OF DEATH '''CJEL-FM''' (93.5 FM (FM broadcasting), "The Eagle 93.5") is a radio station broadcasting a soft adult contemporary music (adult contemporary music) format. Licensed to Winkler, Manitoba, it serves the Pembina Valley region (Pembina Valley Region, Manitoba) of Manitoba.
'''Corey Schwab''' (born November 4, 1970 in North Battleford, Saskatchewan) is a former Canadian (Canada) professional ice hockey goalie (Goaltender). He was drafted in the 10th round, 200th overall in the 1990 NHL Entry Draft by the New Jersey Devils. Schwab won the 2003 Stanley Cup with the New Jersey Devils and the 1995 Calder Cup with the Albany River Rats. DATE OF BIRTH November 4, 1970 PLACE OF BIRTH North Battleford, SK (Saskatchewan), CAN (Canada) DATE OF DEATH - CJNB 1050 AM North Battleford Northwestern Radio Partnership (Rawlco Communications) country (country music) - - VF2413 00 88.9 FM North Battleford Western Development Museum community radio - - CJHD-FM 00 93.3 FM North Battleford Northwestern Radio Partnership (Rawlco Communications) active rock - - CJLR-FM-6 (CJLR-FM) 00 95.5 FM North Battleford MBC Radio First Nations community radio - - CBKF-FM-5 (CBKF-FM) <
, 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 in repeats, both in Canada and internationally — in Canada, the show had been seen on DejaView, and is currently seen on Silver Screen Classics without commercial breaks, in Australia, the Canada-based series was the last program to be screened on GEM (GEM (Australian TV channel)) at its 5am timeslot before being cut into the Nine Network's primary channel signal (Nine Network) for the Today Show (Today (Australia)). The show was very popular in Canada and technically never cancelled or axed, but no further episodes were produced. On May 20, 2010, Haliburton applied to the CRTC to acquire CJJM-FM in Espanola, Ontario, which was owned by Joco Communications and received approval on August 12, 2010. Broadcasting Decision CRTC 2010-565 Formerly branded as Joco Radio, the station was rebranded as Moose FM in September 2010. The company also announced subsequent deals to acquire CJJM's former sister station CFSF-FM in Sturgeon Falls (Sturgeon Falls, Ontario), Broadcasting Notice of Consultation CRTC 2010-935 as well as CJCS and CHGK-FM in Stratford (Stratford, Ontario); these transactions were approved by the CRTC on February 21, 2011. "Haliburton Broadcasting Group Inc. buys three Ontario radio stations". Canadian Press, September 17, 2010. Broadcasting Decision CRTC 2011-110 Broadcasting Decision CRTC 2011-111 * Elliot Lake - CKNR-FM * Espanola (Espanola, Ontario) - CJJM-FM * Fort Erie (Fort Erie, Ontario) - CKEY-FM The station first aired in 1967 at AM (AM radio) 1340, and was owned by Algonquin Broadcasting. CKNR had two sister stations, AM 930 '''CKNS (CKNS (AM))''' in Espanola (Espanola, Ontario) (established in 1976) and AM 730 '''CJNR (CJNR (AM))''' in Blind River (Blind River, Ontario) (actually the oldest of the three, first established in 1958.) Huron Broadcasting acquired the stations in 1976. cities Owen Sound (Owen Sound, Ontario), Guelph (Guelph, Ontario), Hamilton (Hamilton, Ontario), Haldimand (Haldimand County, Ontario) towns Espanola (Espanola, Ontario), Fergus (Fergus, Ontario), Hagersville (Hagersville, Ontario), Mount Forest (Mount Forest, Ontario), Port Dover (Port Dover, Ontario), Wiarton (Wiarton, Ontario) browse * the call sign of a defunct AM radio station in Espanola (Espanola, Ontario), Ontario, later superseded by CKNR-FM, * the original call sign of CKJN-FM in Caledonia (Caledonia, Ontario), Ontario. - Espanola (Espanola, Ontario) Bernie Gagnon (X) (acc.) - Coil steel manufactured by Algoma Steel (Essar Steel Algoma) in Sault Ste. Marie and freight from the Domtar paper mill at Espanola (Espanola, Ontario) account for 80% of freight traffic , although pulpwood, chemicals used by the steel industry, slab steel, paper, and miscellaneous goods are also carried. The railway handled 23,000 carloads a year. Pte. David Byers, 22, of Espanola, Ontario (w:Espanola, Ontario) was identified after a suicide bomber attacked the soldiers in Kandahar. On Tuesday, the Department of National Defence (w:Department of National Defence (Canada)) said the attack also killed Cpl. Glen Arnold, based in CFB Petawawa (w:CFB Petawawa), northwest of Ottawa; and Cpl. Shane Keating of Saskatoon and Cpl. Keith Morley, based at CFB Shilo (w:CFB Shilo) in Manitoba were also killed.
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
: www.multiculturalcanada.ca Encyclopedia A-Z s12 5 Community Life small caption office1 Mayor of Dollard-des-Ormeaux, Quebec term_start1 1982 A pharmacist educated at McGill University and the Université de Montréal, Weiner entered local politics and eventually became mayor of Dollard-des-Ormeaux, Quebec in 1982. He was a Progressive Conservative (Progressive Conservative Party of Canada) candidate in the Canadian federal
, QC (Quebec), CAN (Canada) DATE OF DEATH *Harve Tibbott (1885–1969), Republican politician and U.S. House of Representatives from Pennsylvania *Gerry Weiner (1933-), Canadian (Canada) politician; former Progressive Conservative Party of Canada MP and cabinet minister, president of the Equality Party (Equality Party (Quebec)) and mayor of Dollard-des-Ormeaux, Quebec Although retired, Gingras still plays with the NHL Old Timers. He runs clinics to help youth
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 (Provencher (electoral district))) leader_name2 Ted Falk leader_title3 leader_name3 established_title Incorporated established_date November 3, 1879 extinct_title Amalgamated extinct_date January 1, 2015 area_magnitude area_total_km2 22.28 area_total_sq_mi area_land_km2 area_land_sq_mi area_water_km2 area_water_sq_mi area_water_percent area_urban_km2 area_urban_sq_mi area_metro_km2 area_metro_sq_mi population_as_of 2006 population_note population_total 689 population_density_km2 30.9 population_density_sq_mi population_metro population_density_metro_km2 population_density_metro_sq_mi population_urban timezone CST (North American Central Time Zone) utc_offset -6 timezone_DST CDT (North American Central Time Zone) utc_offset_DST -5 postal_code_type postal_code latd 49 latm 00 lats 25 latNS N longd 97 longm 12 longs 53 longEW W coordinates_display inline, title elevation_m elevation_ft 795 website '''Emerson''' is a former town in south central Manitoba, Canada, with a population of 655. It is located within the Municipality of Emerson – Franklin. Location and transportation Emerson, named after writer Ralph Waldo Emerson, is located 96 kilometers south of Winnipeg along the Red River (Red River of the North), just north of the United States border at the point where the province of Manitoba and states of Minnesota and North Dakota meet. The community is bordered by the Rural Municipality of Montcalm in Manitoba, Pembina County (Pembina County, North Dakota) in North Dakota, and Kittson County (Kittson County, Minnesota) in Minnesota. The towns of St. Vincent, Minnesota and Pembina, North Dakota are located just a few kilometers south of the border in the United States. The unincorporated community of Noyes, Minnesota lies immediately across the border from Emerson, however the border crossing between the two is now closed. The principal roads serving Emerson are Highway 75 (Manitoba Highway 75), which runs from the border north to Winnipeg, and Provincial Road 200 (Manitoba Provincial Road 200), which begins at Highway 75, crosses the Red River and then runs through the community and north to Winnipeg along the east side of the river. Emerson port of entry The border crossing at Emerson, Manitoba and Pembina, North Dakota is the fifth busiest along the Canada-U.S. Border, and the second busiest west of the Great Lakes. It is part of a large trade corridor that links the Canadian prairies with the United States and Mexico. Annual cross-border trade is valued at approximately $14 billion CAD (Canadian dollar). The ports of entry on both sides are open 24 hours and offer full border services. An estimated one million people come through the border crossing each year. Manitoba Government - Current Transportation Planning Studies For many years, Emerson was among very few communities in Canada to have multiple border crossings: the Emerson East port of entry (opposite Noyes, Minnesota) on the east side of the Red River and the current port of entry (formerly known as West Lynne) on the west side of the river. In its original configuration, Highway 75 came from the north, crossed the river at Emerson and ended at the Emerson East crossing, then the more commonly used border crossing, afterwards continuing south as U.S. Route 75. To use the West Lynne crossing, travelers would have to turn south at an intersection about 0.5 kilometers north of the border on to a short road (later known as Highway 29 (Manitoba Highway 29)) leading to the border and then continuing south on U.S. Route 81. thumb 300px right Highways 75 and 200 at Emerson, current and original configurations (File:Emerson highway map.png)After Interstate 29 replaced the U.S. 81 in 1957, the Emerson East crossing continued to be the primary port of entry, although its importance began to decline. In the 1980s, the Highway 75 29 junction was rebuilt to direct traffic going through towards the West Lynne crossing, making it the new primary port of entry. Those wanting to continue on Highway 75 now had to turn east at the junction. Use of the Emerson East crossing dwindled afterwards and in 2003, the Canadian government closed Emerson East and merged its operations with West Lynne (afterwards known as Emerson) in order to consolidate resources. The American government followed in 2006. In 2012, the Manitoba government re-routed Highway 75 and Provincial Road 200 to its current configuration. Highway 75 at Canhighways.com South of Emerson, two major U.S. rail lines, the BNSF Railway (Formerly the Great Northern Railway (Great Northern Railway (U.S.))) and the Soo Line Railroad cross the border and are met, respectively, by the Canadian National (Canadian National Railway) and Canadian Pacific Railways. There are customs inspection facilities for both lines on both sides of the border. History thumb right 300px Court house and former town hall, built in 1917. (File:Emerson court house.jpg) In 1873, American businessmen Thomas Carney (Thomas Carney (Canadian politician)) and William Fairbanks, following advice from railroad entrepreneur James J. Hill, received a grant from the Province of Manitoba for 640 acres along the east side of the Red River, just north of the Canada-United States border. Hill had advised Carney and Fairbanks that the area had significant potential to become a railway hub for the region. The existing settlement of West Lynne on the west side of the river had already established itself as a key point along the trading routes between Winnipeg and St. Paul, Minnesota. With the emergence of railroads during this time, the addition of their own railway would bring great economic prosperity. ) is a small town of about 1700 people in the Pembina Valley region (Pembina Valley Region, Manitoba) of Manitoba, Canada, located about 50 km south of Winnipeg (Winnipeg, Manitoba) and 50 km north of Emerson (Emerson, Manitoba). Morris is host to the annual ''Manitoba Stampede & Exhibition''. Highway 75 (Manitoba Provincial Highway 75) which turns in to Interstate 29 is the major highway which runs from Winnipeg (Winnipeg, Manitoba) to Missouri. Morris is the only town in which Highway 75 is called Main Street. The town of Morris is mostly surrounded by the Rural Municipality of Morris (Morris, Manitoba (rural municipality)), except for a relatively small eastern border with the northwest corner of the Rural Municipality of Montcalm (Montcalm, Manitoba), across the Red River of the North. McFadden was born in Peterborough (Peterborough, Ontario), Canada West (now Ontario), and educated in Bruce, Ontario. He received certification from the Ontario Veterinary College, and practised as a veterinary surgeon. He also served as manager of the Alexandra Realty Co. in Emerson, Manitoba, and was active in municipal politics. In religion, McFadden was a Methodist. Molly was born in Shelley, Manitoba. His father, John Molloy (John Molloy (Manitoba politician)), was a Dominion land surveyor, and was involved in early construction of the Canadian Pacific Railway. The elder Molloy sought election to the Canadian House of Commons in the 1879 federal election (Manitoba general election, 1879), but lost to Joseph Royal of the Conservative Party (Conservative Party of Canada (historical)) in the riding (Riding (division)) of Provencher (Provencher (electoral district)). Thomas Molloy was educated at public school in Emerson (Emerson, Manitoba), and at normal school in Winnipeg. He worked as a contractor. '''Provincial Trunk Highway 75''' (PTH 75, also officially known as the '''Lord Selkirk Highway''') is a main route from Winnipeg (Winnipeg, Manitoba), Manitoba to the U.S. border (United States-Canada border), where it abuts (but no longer connects to) U.S. Route 75 near the community of Emerson, Manitoba. Prior to the numbering system, PTH 75 was the northern leg of the Jefferson Highway also known as the Palm to Pine Highway since it ended in New Orleans. Wright was born in Eugenia Falls (Eugenia Falls, Ontario), Ontario, and was educated in Emerson (Emerson, Manitoba), Manitoba and at Wesley College (Wesley College, Winnipeg) in Winnipeg (Winnipeg, Manitoba). He worked as a customs broker. Wright also saw action in World War I, serving with the 29th Battalion of the C.E.F. from 1914 to 1919. During the week of April 5 to 10 is when the Red River is expected to crest around Emerson, Manitoba (w:Emerson, Manitoba). Emerson is located on the east banks of the Red River near the Canada – United States border (w:Canada – United States border).
politics, winning as a Progressive Conservative (Progressive Conservative Party of New Brunswick) candidate in the 2003 election (New Brunswick general election, 2003). * Paul Duffie, a cabinet minister in the government of Frank McKenna, was easily elected in '''Grand Falls (Grand Falls, New Brunswick)'''. He returned to Canada in the 1970s where he became a speechwriter for the Canadian Government, and eventually came to Riverview, New Brunswick, where he still resides, to begin as newspaper editor for the ''Moncton Free Press''. In his retirement he delved into his remarkable store of memories to publish three books on Canadians in Hollywood: ''Stardust and Shadows'' (about the silent film era), and ''Once Upon a Time in Paradise'' (about the period from the late 1920s to the 1950s), and most recent book, ''Donald Brian: the King of Broadway'', about the nearly forgotten performer Donald Brian. Political career He was first involved in politics when he was elected in 1989 to the municipal council of the Town of Riverview (Riverview, New Brunswick). He was re-elected to that position in 1992 and 1995 before successfully running for mayor in 1998. He was re-elected mayor in 2001 and served in that capacity until his election to the legislature in the 2003 provincial election (New Brunswick general election, 2003). Fitch was the only non-incumbent Progressive Conservative to win a seat in that election and was immediately named to cabinet (Executive Council of New Brunswick) as Minister of Energy (Department of Energy (New Brunswick)). He was shuffled (cabinet shuffle) to the new Justice and Consumer Affairs (Department of Justice and Consumer Affairs (New Brunswick)) portfolio on February 14, 2006 despite having no legal training; this was made possible by disassociating the functions of the Office of the Attorney General (Office of the Attorney General (New Brunswick)) from the Justice Department.