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Bowmanville

"Eggar 2005 p 89" Campbell happened to be making an album by Canadian musician (and present-day CKTB (CKTB (AM)) radio personality) Tim Denis at the time and Twain was featured on the backing vocals of the song ''Heavy on the Sunshine''.


Brookfield, Wisconsin

Fleming (missionary) Peter Fleming ; Walter Liefeld, NT professor at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School; the late preacher Dr. Harry A. Ironside, who wrote the, ''Historical Sketch of the Brethren Movement.'' Radio personality Garrison Keillor was raised among the Plymouth Brethren, whom he sometimes refers to as the, "sanctified brethren," in his News from "Lake Wobegon" monologues. Peter Maiden, the current leader of Operation Mobilization, also came


Chinatown, Oakland

, politician *Matt Fong, politician *Ben Fong-Torres, journalist, author, radio personality *Maxine Hong Kingston, writer of ''The Woman Warrior'' and ''China Men'' *Wendy Yoshimura, watercolor artist *William Wong, journalist and author Geography thumbnail 270px Chinese and English Bilingual sign street signs (Image:Chinatown's Signs in Chinese.jpg) in Chinatown. Chinatown is located in Downtown (Central business district) between Broadway to the west


Châteauguay

, Quebec Léry . *Matthew Norman (born 20 June 1988) is an offensive lineman drafted by the BC Lions at the 2012 CFL (Canadian Football League) draft. *Robyn Flynn, a radio personality that can be heard on CJAD, CHOM & CJFM, and TSN 690 (CKGM), grew up in Châteauguay, QC. She was a member of the Howard S. Billings Regional High School class of 2004. *Colin Mochrie, a comedian famous for his role on Whose Line is it Anyway?, lived in Chateauguay for five years


Baraboo, Wisconsin

, Biographical Sketch of David Vittum, pg. 487 *Edwin E. Woodman, Wisconsin State Senator Fictional people *Carl Gerbschmidt, fictional radio personality See also * Badger Army Ammunition Plant * Devil's Lake State Park (Devil's Lake State Park (Wisconsin)) * GRABAAWR Notes


Willimantic, Connecticut

Jordan (composer) Julian Jordan , composer * James A. Kowalski, clergyman * Archduke Leopold of Austria (Archduke Leopold of Austria, Prince of Tuscany), prince of Tuscany * John T. Lis, professor of molecular biology and genetics * Fred Norris, radio personality * Isaiah Oggins, American spy for the Soviet Union, GULAG survivor, and victim of Stalinism. * John Tormey, actor * The World Is a Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid to Die, indie emo band


Sundsvall

IF , Football *Sund IF, Football Notable people *Sigrid Hjertén (1885-1948), painter *Harry Ahlin (1900-1969), actor *Per Arne Collinder (Per Collinder) (1890-1975), astronomer (born in Sundsvall) *Gina Dirawi (1990-), television presenter, host of Melodifestivalen 2012 and 2013 (Melodifestivalen 2013) *Elin Ek (1976-), TV and radio personality (as Grynet), singer *Fredrik Ericsson (1975 - 2010), extreme skier *Jessica Falk (1973-), singer-songwriter


Edmundston

Voisine''', (born 26 March 1963 in Edmundston, New Brunswick) is a Canadian (Canada) Acadian singer-songwriter, actor, and radio (Radio personality) and television host who lives in Montreal, Quebec and Paris, France. He writes and performs material in both English (English language) and French (French language). He won the Juno Award for Male Vocalist of the Year in 1994. In 1997 he was made an Officer of the Order of Canada. Childhood and family Roch Voisine was born in Edmundston, New Brunswick, Canada but grew up in Saint-Basile, New Brunswick. His parents are Réal Voisine, former mayor of Notre-Dame-du-Lac (Notre-Dame-du-Lac, Quebec), Quebec and a former English teacher, and Zélande Robichaud, a former nurse. He is the oldest of three children: his brother, Marc, was born in 1965, and his sister, Janice, was born in 1966. Roch lived with his paternal grandparents, Maurille and Dorina Racine Voisine, from age four, when his parents divorced, until he was eight, when he went to live with his father. Roch considers these grandparents very influential on him, even as an adult. Roch moved to Notre-Dame-du-Lac when he was 12. Its primary studios and transmitter are located in Moncton, New Brunswick and has additional news bureaus in Edmundston, Bathurst (Bathurst, New Brunswick), Caraquet (Caraquet, New Brunswick), Fredericton and Saint John (Saint John, New Brunswick), New Brunswick;


New Glasgow, Nova Scotia

''' (1939 in New Glasgow, Nova Scotia – August 5, 2002 in Picton, Ontario) was a Toronto media and radio personality. The population of the community in 1956 was 75. In the early 1960s, the Trans-Canada Highway (Highway 104 (Nova Scotia Highway 104)) was built through the community, causing outmigration. Today's population is roughly 50 inhabitants, most of whom commute to work in nearby centres of New Glasgow (New Glasgow, Nova Scotia) and industrial Pictou County, or west


Pickering, Ontario

* Mark Jackson (Mark Jackson (Canadian musician)), musician * Spider Jones, former professional boxer, media radio personality, currently with CFRB (CFRB (AM)) radio * Cory Joseph, NBA (National Basketball Association) player for the San Antonio Spurs * Andrea Lewis, singer, actor and songwriter * Denis T. O'Connor, former Roman Catholic archbishop of Toronto * Jennifer Pappas (The Next Step (2013 TV series)), an actress on Family Channel's (Family (TV channel)) The Next Step (The Next Step (2013 TV series)), portraying Chloe. * Paul Peschisolido, professional soccer player who played in England as a striker and was the Manager of Burton Albion F.C. * Jaime Peters, professional soccer player who plays midfield for Ipswich Town in the United Kingdom * Karl Polanyi, professor of economics at Columbia University and author of ''The Great Transformation (The Great Transformation (book))'' * Sarah Slean, singer * Tyler Stewart, Barenaked Ladies drummer singer * Beverly Thomson, co-host of CTV (CTV Television Network)'s ''Canada AM'' * Chris Van Vliet, entertainment reporter for CBS Cleveland affiliate, WOIO * Neil Young, rock singer-songwriter, spent part of his early years in Pickering, living on Brock Road * Shawn Mendes, singer-songwriter who gained popularity through Vine (Vine (software)), and was part of the magcon tour. * Bree Williamson, actress best known for her role as Jessica Buchanan on soap opera One Life to Live. In film * The 1957 CBC Hollywood production of the classic television show ''Hawkeye and the Last of the Mohicans'' was filmed in Pickering. A farm at the corner of Valley Farm Rd. and 3rd Concession, owned by Arthur Gottlieb, was the setting for the 25-episode series. * The 1979 film ''The Black Stallion (film)'' was partially filmed at a refurbished barn located on Sideline 24 near Claremont. * The Canadian television show ''Paradise Falls''' first season was filmed in the village of Whitevale (Whitevale, Ontario), as was David Cronenberg's film ''The Dead Zone (The Dead Zone (film))''. * The 1994 comedy ''The Ref'' with Dennis Leary and Kevin Spacey was filmed in part at Port Pickering Marina, on Frenchman's Bay. * The 1995 family adventure film ''Salt Water Moose,'' starring Timothy Dalton and Lolita Davidovitch, was filmed in and around Frenchman's Bay. * The 1998 comedy action film ''The Big Hit'' with Mark Wahlberg, Lou Diamond Phillips, Avery Brooks, Christina Applegate and Elliott Gould, was filmed in part in Pickering near Petticoat Creek. * The 2008-09 comedy family soap ''Jimmy'' was filmed in Pickering near Dunbarton High School. The '''Pickering Panthers''' are a Junior "A" ice hockey team from Pickering (Pickering, Ontario), Ontario, Canada. They are a part of Central Division Hockey but also used to be a part of the Metro Junior A Hockey League. '''Richard Hart''' (born October 14, 1968) is a retired Canadian (Canada) curler (curling) from Pickering, Ontario. With skip Glenn Howard, Hart has played in 8 straight Ontario Finals. Toronto's immediate neighbours are Mississauga and Brampton within the Regional Municipality of Peel, Vaughan and Markham (Markham, Ontario) within the Regional Municipality of York, and Pickering (Pickering, Ontario) within the Regional Municipality of Durham. The Greater Toronto Area (GTA) includes the regional municipalities (Regional municipality) of Halton (Regional Municipality of Halton), Peel, York and Durham. At the western edge of the city, the 401 meets Highway 427 (Ontario Highway 427), an important north-south artery between Toronto Pearson International Airport and the Gardiner Expressway. It mainly serves the airport and the western suburbs outside the city of Toronto. In the same area, the short length of Highway 409 (Ontario Highway 409) connects the airport directly to the traffic flow of the 401. Moving east, the 401 then intersects Highway 400 (Ontario Highway 400), which leads north to Barrie, the recreational areas of Ontario's "Cottage Country" and beyond, to the northern reaches of the province. East of the 400, the 401 meets Allen Road, and then the Don Valley Parkway Highway 404 (Ontario Highway 404), before continuing eastwards out of Toronto into the suburbs of Pickering (Pickering, Ontario), Ajax (Ajax, Ontario), Whitby (Whitby, Ontario), and Oshawa. Highway 407 ETR (Ontario Highway 407) is not located within Toronto proper, but is a major highway in the Greater Toronto Area that acts as a secondary bypass around the northern end of the city, stretching from Burlington (Burlington, Ontario) in the west to Pickering (Pickering, Ontario) in the east. It is an electronic toll road with no physical toll booths, instead depending on automatic recognition of vehicle plates (Automatic number plate recognition) or electronic toll collection. - colspan "4" '''Pickering (Pickering, Ontario)''' - ''Main article (Pickering municipal election, 2006)'' - In December 1963, Stavro opened his first food "terminal"—a forerunner of the big-box store—which featured low prices and no-frills service. It was located at Woodbine Road and Highway 7 in Markham, Ontario. Eight years later, he opened a second terminal in Pickering, Ontario. A 10,000 square-metre store at Landsowne Avenue and Dundas Street West in Toronto opened in 1975. Through the years, he opened nine terminals in the Greater Toronto Area and a 31,500 square-metre outlet in Cambridge, Ontario, which opened in 1991, billed as the world's largest grocery store.


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