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Riverdale, Toronto

edge between Broadview Avenue and the Don Valley Parkway just north of Bridgepoint Health is Riverdale Park (Riverdale Park (Toronto)). This park features a running track, three baseball diamonds, a skating rink, a public swimming pool and tennis courts. Just to the east of Riverdale Park is Withrow Park which has a large off-leash dog area, an ice rink, two baseball diamonds, play structures, and a soccer field. In South Riverdale is Jimmy Simpson Park which contains tennis courts

rink to the northeast, as well as a running track in the centre. A footbridge crossing the Don Valley Parkway, Bayview Avenue, railroad tracks, and the river connects the two sides of the valley to each other and to a north-south bicycle trail that follows the river. The bridge is located near the site of Eli Playter's butternut tree bridge that provided access to his property and mill around 1790s. The bridge was depicted by Elizabeth Simcoe's watercolour painting ''Playter's Bridge near York, ca. 1796''. Dundas Street is also one of the few east–west routes to run uninterrupted through the Greater Toronto Area, from Toronto to Halton Region (Regional Municipality of Halton, Ontario) (the others are Eglinton Avenue, Steeles Avenue, Highway 7 (Highway 7 (Ontario)), Castlemore Road Rutherford Road Carrville Road 16th Avenue, The Queensway (The Queensway (Toronto)), Bloor Street, and Lake Shore Boulevard). Within Toronto, the TTC's 505 Dundas streetcar route (Toronto streetcar system) serves the street from Riverdale (Riverdale, Toronto) to the Junction. The '''Toronto Jail''' (more commonly known as '''The Don''', or '''The Don Jail''') is a provincial jail for remand (Detention of suspects)ed offenders in the city of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is located in the Riverdale (Riverdale, Toronto) neighbourhood on Gerrard Street East (Gerrard Street (Toronto)) near its intersection with Broadview Avenue. It gets its nickname from the nearby Don River (Don River (Toronto)). One reason for the popular use of "The Don" nickname is that this jail was the third or fourth to be known as the '''Toronto Jail'''. The Toronto Central Prison was also colloquially known as the Toronto Jail, as were the King Street Gaols (King Street Gaol (1827)). Ironically, The Don is the only jail to have been officially designated the Toronto Jail, yet has rarely been referred to as such outside official circles. The original Don Gaol building closed in 1977 and is now owned by Bridgepoint Health which has begun renovation of the building as a new administration building scheduled to open in spring 2013. http: www.bridgepointhealth.ca newhospital The adjoining Toronto Jail building will remain operational until a new facility, the Toronto South Detention Centre is completed on the site of the current Mimico Correctional Centre. Infrastructure Ontario Media ReleaseDetention Centre Project Attracts Industry Interest, September 9, 2008 North Regent Park Moss Park Corktown East Riverdale (Riverdale, Toronto) West Don Lands South East Bayfront District *'''keep''' please this is not roadcruft Yuckfoo (User:Yuckfoo) 07:33, 16 September 2005 (UTC) *'''Delete''', lousy Riverdale (Riverdale (Archie Comics)) punks! If this is is important to Riverdale (Riverdale, Toronto) put it in that article, don't create a substandard, non-expandable article. Just create a section in Riverdale, Toronto called transportation or traffic pattern or something and discuss there. This roadcruft is just fragmenting relevant discussion into odd bits of info here and there. --maclean25 (User:Maclean25) 03:14, 18 September 2005 (UTC) *'''Keep'''-- despite what you Killjoys want....Lots of cultural signifigance; Chinatown, Don Jail, Riverdale Park, TTC Subway, TTC Streetcars, Don Mills Road's early route.... (Unsigned comment by Bacl-presby (User:Bacl-presby)) *'''keep''' please this is not roadcruft Yuckfoo (User:Yuckfoo) 07:33, 16 September 2005 (UTC) *'''Delete''', lousy Riverdale (Riverdale (Archie Comics)) punks! If this is is important to Riverdale (Riverdale, Toronto) put it in that article, don't create a substandard, non-expandable article. Just create a section in Riverdale, Toronto called transportation or traffic pattern or something and discuss there. This roadcruft is just fragmenting relevant discussion into odd bits of info here and there. --maclean25 (User:Maclean25) 03:14, 18 September 2005 (UTC) *'''Keep'''-- despite what you Killjoys want....Lots of cultural signifigance; Chinatown, Don Jail, Riverdale Park, TTC Subway, TTC Streetcars, Don Mills Road's early route.... (Unsigned comment by Bacl-presby (User:Bacl-presby)) In 1945, Saunders attempted to win the Progressive Conservative (Progressive Conservative Party of Canada) nomination for Riverdale (Riverdale, Toronto), but he lost narrowly to his fellow Ward 1 alderman Gordon Millen. Saunders then tried to win election to the Board of Control (Toronto Board of Control). He received no major newspaper endorsements and in both the 1945 (Toronto municipal election, 1945) and 1946 elections (Toronto municipal election, 1946) failed to win a seat. In 1947 he won back his old seat on city council he served there for two years before trying again for the Board of Control. In the 1949 election (Toronto municipal election, 1949) he was endorsed by all three daily papers and won a seat on the Board.


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Brooks, Alberta

with spray features for toddlers and a play structure for older children. Also in 2010, the Centennial Regional Arena was completed after nearly a decade of planning and 18 months of construction. The multi-purpose facility seats 1,704 people. It includes corporate boxes, a running track, concessions, and a '''Rosemary''' is a village in southern Alberta. It is located 30 km north-west of the city of Brooks (Brooks, Alberta) and 14 km north of the Trans-Canada Highway. It is home to one school and several businesses. '''Tilley''' is a village in southern Alberta, Canada. It is located within the County of Newell (Newell County, Alberta) approximately 22 km southeast of the City of Brooks (Brooks, Alberta) and 78 km northwest of the City of Medicine Hat (Medicine Hat, Alberta). The '''Brooks Bandits''' are an ice hockey team in the Alberta Junior Hockey League. They play in Brooks, Alberta at the Centennial Regional Arena, capacity 1,704.


Port Moody

is the only interregional commuter railway (Commuter rail in North America) in British Columbia, Canada. Opened in 1995


Barry Town United F.C.

the 1980s, however, the local council rebuilt Jenner Park, installing a synthetic running track, a new grandstand and floodlights. To bring Jenner Park up to UEFA standards, a second stand was built in 1996, increasing the seating capacity to 2,500. In addition, a new hospitality complex was constructed along with new dressing rooms, floodlights and clubhouse. Since then, the ground has international matches at various levels, including under-21 and women's ties. Interestingly


Bridgewater State University

home of the college's athletic programs. The building contains a modern fitness center as well as a large partitioning gymnasium, a running track on the second floor, and classrooms. thumb Adrian Tinsley Center (File:Tinsley Center.JPG) *'''Operations Center''' (2003, Early years Corwin was born in Norwell, Massachusetts in 1967, where he attended Norwell High School ( Norwell High School (Massachusetts)), then went on to spend his freshman year of college at the Eastern Nazarene College, in Quincy, Massachusetts. Later he attended Bridgewater State University in Bridgewater, Massachusetts. Animal Planet website: Biography of Jeff Corwin Jeff has bachelor of science degrees in biology and anthropology. He conducted his graduate studies at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, obtaining a master (Master's degree) of science in wildlife and fisheries (fishery) conservation (Habitat conservation) and doing work on bats and snakes. In 1999, Bridgewater awarded Corwin an honorary doctorate in public education. children alma_mater Bridgewater State College (Bridgewater State University) Boston University title1 Member of the Massachusetts Senate from the 1st Bristol and Plymouth District On February 18, 2009, WNAC launched an hour-long lifestyle and entertainment magazine-type program called ''The Rhode Show'' that aired weekday mornings at 8AM. A new secondary set for the show was built with a fully functional kitchen. The show was previously hosted by the weekday morning news anchor teams (Vince DeMentri & Elizabeth Hopkins from February 2009 - March 2010, Patrick Little & Elizabeth Hopkins from March 2010 - November 2010, and Patrick Little & Danielle North from November 2010 - December 2011). A third host for a period of one year was found annually through open audition in a contest titled ''The Rhode Show Search for a Star''. In 2008, Boston-area radio deejay Shawn Tempesta won the contest out of over 140 people. In 2009, Cranston (Cranston, Rhode Island) comedian Ben Hague beat out over 100 other hopefuls. Bridgewater State University graduate Michaela Johnson of East Providence (East Providence, Rhode Island) won the honor in 2010. During the week, ''The Rhode Show'' was streamed live on WNAC's website. The main channel re-aired the show weekday afternoons at 1PM with WNAC-DT2 (MyRITV) (WNAC-DT2) doing the same at 4PM. On February 18, 2009, WNAC launched an hour-long lifestyle and entertainment magazine-type program called ''The Rhode Show'' that aired weekday mornings at 8AM. A new secondary set for the show was built with a fully functional kitchen. The show was previously hosted by the weekday morning news anchor teams (Vince DeMentri & Elizabeth Hopkins from February 2009 - March 2010, Patrick Little & Elizabeth Hopkins from March 2010 - November 2010, and Patrick Little & Danielle North from November 2010 - December 2011). A third host for a period of one year was found annually through open audition in a contest titled ''The Rhode Show Search for a Star''. In 2008, Boston-area radio deejay Shawn Tempesta won the contest out of over 140 people. In 2009, Cranston (Cranston, Rhode Island) comedian Ben Hague beat out over 100 other hopefuls. Bridgewater State University graduate Michaela Johnson of East Providence (East Providence, Rhode Island) won the honor in 2010. During the week, ''The Rhode Show'' was streamed live on WNAC's website. The main channel re-aired the show weekday afternoons at 1PM with WNAC-DT2 (MyRITV) (WNAC-DT2) doing the same at 4PM. group2 Four-year and above list2 Bridgewater State University • Fitchburg State University • Framingham State University • Massachusetts College of Art and Design • Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts • Massachusetts Maritime Academy • Salem State University • University of Massachusetts Amherst • University of Massachusetts Boston • University of Massachusetts Dartmouth • University of Massachusetts Lowell • University of Massachusetts Medical School • Westfield State University • Worcester State University - Bridgewater State University Bears Bridgewater (Bridgewater, Massachusetts) Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference -


St. Albert, Alberta

, a large exercise room, and a running track among other amenities. Construction of the facility, touted as an eventual break-even operation, was approved via plebiscite during the 2004 municipal election. In December 2007, it was learned the facility would lose $2.1 million during its first year of operation,


Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania

The city continues to decline with a high number of its citizens being on welfare or other forms of public assistance. Add in a shrinking industrial base and lack of high paying jobs, Wilkes Barre like many cities is in decline with no sign of recovery.

is the setting for the City of Wilkes-Barre's annual Cherry Blossom Festival, held during the last weekend of April and the city's Old Fashioned 4 July Celebration. It's amenities include tennis courts, a fitness trail, pond, walking paths, running track, softball fields, parking area, volleyball courts, pavilions and more. ref>


West Vancouver

. It is one of the three public high schools in West Vancouver. WVSS is noted as a public school. The school has two campuses, a North Campus and a South Campus. Each campus has its own gym and a cafeteria. The school has 2 grass fields and a gravel baseball diamond. The main field has a running

track around it. The main field is used for all sports, such as soccer (Football (soccer)), football (Canadian football), and rugby union. The Kay Meek Centre for the Performing Arts In 2004, new $12 million CAD (Canadian dollar) performing arts centre was constructed over the school's old theatre. The Kay Meek Centre for the Performing Arts was the vision of West Vancouver Resident Kay Meek who died in 2004. The centre features a main theatre with seating for 490 as well as a flexible black box studio theatre with seating up to 216 . The studio theatre was finished in February 2006. The first show in the theatre by WVSS was a very small show while the main theatre was still under construction. Kay's health was going downhill and so they created a small show just for her. The Kay Meek Centre hosts performances from The Vancouver Recital Society, Early Music Vancouver, and The Arts Club Theatre Company as well as local community organizations like Theatre West Vancouver. The 5th Marquess was ranked 279th in the Sunday Times Rich List 2004, with an estimated wealth of £143m. His indirect wealth includes a sizeable interest in property in West Vancouver, Canada, via British Pacific Properties Ltd (British Properties). Opened in 1949, the first shopping mall in Canada is the Norgate shopping centre in Saint-Laurent (Saint-Laurent, Quebec), Montreal, Quebec, which is a strip mall. The first enclosed shopping mall is the Park Royal Shopping Centre in West Vancouver, British Columbia, which opened a year later, in 1950. '''Sentinel Secondary School''' is a secondary school located in West Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. It is one of three public secondary schools in the West Vancouver district (SD #45). The school has a grass field, two baseball diamonds, three street hockey courts, and three tennis courts. The main field is used for all sports, such as soccer, football (Canadian football), and rugby (rugby football). name WVSchools city West Vancouver and Bowen Island secondary_schools He did not play in the 2009-10 NHL season, training extensively to make an NHL comeback, while living in West Vancouver. After being invited to the Canucks' 2010 training camp on a tryout basis, he was signed to a one-year, two-way, contract worth $600,000 on October, 7, 2011. After 16 games, however, he was put on waivers (waivers (NHL)) by Vancouver in November 2010. Unwilling to play in the minors, the club put him on waivers a second time in order to release him. Schaefer's agent said both sides were amicable in the departure, agreeing to simply terminate the contract. Wikipedia:West Vancouver Commons:Category:West Vancouver, British Columbia Dmoz:Regional North_America Canada British_Columbia Localities W West_Vancouver


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