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Bled

medal at the first stop in Sofia, Bulgaria. She went on to win the Junior Grand Prix event in Bled, Slovenia, which qualified her for the Junior Grand Prix Final, where she placed 5th. At the 2004 U.S. Figure Skating Championships, Meissner was second behind Katy Taylor after the short program,


Turin

was the overwhelming favorite because of his past success under the new ISU Judging System which was now in use. Plushenko skated two solid programs and became the Olympic champion. He finished the short program ten points ahead of his closest rival, setting a new ISU record for the short program. His free skate was just as strong, and also set a new ISU record. http: www.isuresults.com isujsstat phsmfs.htm ref>

; Henrik had two assists in four games. thumb right Arakawa performs a Figure skating spiral Kerrigan spiral (Image:Shizuka Arakawa 2004 NHK Trophy.jpg) in her exhibition to "Memory (Memory (Cats song))" from ''Cats (Cats (musical))'' at the 2004 NHK Trophy. At the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin, Italy, Arakawa skated in the short program to Fantaisie-Impromptu by Chopin (Frédéric Chopin). She went into the long program in third place, behind pre-event

World Cup 1990 (semifinal) - At the 2006 Winter Olympics (Figure skating at the 2006 Winter Olympics) in Turin, Cohen was in 1st after the short program, leading Russia's Irina Slutskaya by a mere .03 points. In the final free skate, Cohen fell on her first jump (figure skating jump), a triple lutz (Lutz jump), and had her hands down on her second jump, the triple flip (flip jump). She completed the rest of her elements, including five triples. Cohen finished with an Olympic silver


Calgary

December—shows at which the band played as a four-piece, with Desrosiers absent due to a family emergency and Lefebvre on bass. The band played an eight-show South American tour in March, and are playing various festivals and individual shows in cities ranging from Calgary to Moscow. Because of the large number of entries at the World Championships, for some years the event included qualifying rounds for men and ladies in addition to the normal short program and free skating components

. After the 2006 championships in Calgary, Canada, the ISU Congress voted to eliminate the qualifying round for single skaters, leaving just the short program (Short program (figure skating)) and free skating. After the short program, the top 24 single skaters and top 20 pairs advance to the free skate. In ice dance, the top 30 couples in the compulsory dance advance to the original dance, and the top 24 couples after the original dance advance to the Free dance (figure

in the short program to an instrumental version of "Something in My House" by Dead or Alive (Dead or Alive (band)), but performed poorly in the long program. Thomas fell three (3) times in the long program. She placed fifth in the long program and won the bronze medal, behind Witt and Canadian skater Elizabeth Manley (Thomas fell from first place going into the long program to third place overall in the final standings). Thomas won the bronze medal at the 1988 World Figure Skating Championships and then retired from amateur skating. As a result of the Baton Electrohome Alliance (CTVglobemedia#Baton-Electrohome alliance), CKCO (now jointly owned by both companies) rejoined the system in 1996. The two companies also jointly acquired CFCN-TV in Calgary around the same time; both it and Electrohome-owned CFRN-TV in Edmonton aired much of the BBS lineup, but did not actively use the BBS brand. Internet Archive Wayback Machine for www.cfrntv.ca and www.cfcn.ca In some localities (including Calgary, Alberta), 611 was used to report problems with landline telephone service. 811 was used to report problems with cellular telephone service but this has since been discontinued. In the fall of 1999, Craig Media moved the station to the refurbished former Canadian National Railway Power House at The Forks (The Forks, Winnipeg) in Winnipeg and rebranded the station as A-Channel, joining CKEM-TV in Edmonton, Alberta and CKAL-TV in Calgary, Alberta. Technical operations for the station remained in Portage la Prairie. Born in Calgary, Alberta, Morton is the son of a Brigadier General, and the grandson of General Sir William Dillon Otter. He is a graduate of the Collège militaire royal de St-Jean, the Royal Military College of Canada, a Rhodes Scholar, the University of Oxford (where he received his PhD), and the London School of Economics. commons:Calgary


Vancouver

. Two Japanese baggage handlers were killed and four other people were injured. The 2001 World Championships were held in Vancouver, and Salé and Pelletier entered as heavy favorites. Trouble on the side by side jumps landed them in third place in the short program, but the team was placed first in the long program despite Salé singling a side-by-side double axel. They were the first Canadian pair to win Worlds since Isabelle Brasseur and Lloyd Eisler in 1993, and the first pair to win at a Worlds held in Canada since Barbara Underhill and Paul Martini in 1984. They would later win the Lou Marsh Trophy as outstanding Canadian athlete in 2001. * July 4 - Amor De Cosmos, journalist, politician and 2nd Premier of British Columbia (b.1825 (1825 in Canada)) * September 19 - Frederick Cope, 3rd Mayor of Vancouver (b.1860 (1860 in Canada)) * October 21 - Philip Francis Little, 1st Premier of Newfoundland of the colonial (b.1824 (1824 in Canada)) * December 15 - James Mitchell (James Mitchell (Canadian politician)), politician and 7th Premier of New Brunswick (b.1843 (1843 in Canada)) * December 31 - David Oppenheimer, entrepreneur and 2nd Mayor of Vancouver (b.1832 (1832 in Canada)) *September 7 **An anti-Asian riot attacks Vancouver's Chinatown (Chinatown, Vancouver) **Alexander Grant MacKay is elected leader of the Ontario Liberal Party January to June * January – The Board of Broadcast Governors begins hearings (hearing (law)) in Winnipeg to determine alternatives to CBC Television. Hearings were conducted throughout the country. Eventually, numerous licences were given to: Halifax (City of Halifax)—the Finlay MacDonald group—CJCH-TV; Montreal—the Canadian Marconi Co.—CFCF-TV; Ottawa—Ernie Bushnell's group—CJOH-TV; Toronto—Baton—the Bassett group—CFTO-TV; Winnipeg—the Moffat group—CJAY-TV (CKY-TV); Edmonton—the CBC (CBXT), (which would relieve CFRN-TV of its CBC affiliation); Calgary—the Love organization—CFCN-TV; Vancouver—the Vantel group—CHAN-TV (BCTV). * January 2 – Paul Sauvé, Premier of Quebec, dies in office *November 17 - The Hibernia oil project pumps its first barrel of oil. *November 21-November 25 - The APEC summit is held in Vancouver. Controversy arises when Royal Canadian Mounted Police use force and pepper spray to remove protesters. The 2001 World Championships were held in Vancouver, and Salé and Pelletier entered as heavy favorites. Trouble on the side by side jumps landed them in third place in the short program, but the team was placed first in the long program despite Salé singling a side-by-side double axel. They were the first Canadian pair to win Worlds since Isabelle Brasseur and Lloyd Eisler in 1993, and the first pair to win at a Worlds held in Canada since Barbara Underhill and Paul Martini in 1984. They would later win the Lou Marsh Trophy as outstanding Canadian athlete in 2001. Canada has the third largest video game industry in terms of employment numbers. WikiPedia:Vancouver dmoz:Regional North America Canada British Columbia Localities V Vancouver Commons:Category:Vancouver


Tokyo

World Cup 2003 World Cups. http: www.espnscrum.com barbarians rugby player 12217.html Shen and Zhao finished the season with their third world title at the 2007 World Figure Skating Championships in Tokyo, Japan, placing first in the short program with 71.07 points, taking the lead by 3.42 points ahead of Aliona Savchenko & Robin Szolkowy, and setting a new world record under the ISU Judging System. ref>

, Japan, in December 2009. At the event, they lead the short program with a new personal best of 75.36 points, 2.22 points ahead of Aliona Savchenko & Robin Szolkowy, who were second. They also placed first in the free skate with another personal best of 138.89 points, 5.07 ahead of fellow second place finishers Pang Qing & Tong Jian. They won the gold medal earning 214.25 points overall, edging silver medalists Pang Qing & Tong Jian by 12.39 points and improving their previous combined total score. At the competition, they set new world records for the short program, WikiPedia:Tokyo Dmoz:Regional Asia Japan Prefectures Tokyo Commons:Category:Tokyo


Tallinn

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Kitchener, Ontario

rivals. They were able to win the title despite missing several elements in the long program, and the performance increased talks that they would revert to "Love Story" for the Olympic Games. The Grand Prix Final, held in Kitchener, Ontario, was important because it was the only chance to test their programs against the top contenders before the Olympics. Despite a rough performance of "Orchid" in the short program, Salé and Pelletier once again won skating a flawless performance of "Love Story" for their long program. They headed into the 2002 Canadian Championships in Hamilton, Ontario with confidence, having defeated Berezhnaya and Sikharulidze, their biggest rivals. They were able to win the title despite a badly flawed long program. Erin is primarily a rural community but, while farming is still an important activity in the town, most of its population works in the nearby cities of Brampton, Mississauga, Guelph, and even Toronto. The town's new industrial park is attracting a number of new industries, due to its cheaper tax rate, accessibility to transportation, and its location within the "Technology Triangle," a series of high-tech driven cities including nearby Kitchener (Kitchener, Ontario), Waterloo (Waterloo, Ontario), and Cambridge (Cambridge, Ontario). The county, which is made up of two towns and five townships (Township (Canada)), is predominantly rural in nature. However many of its residents commute to Guelph, Kitchener (Kitchener, Ontario), Brampton, Mississauga, and even Toronto. * Halifax (Halifax Urban Area), Nova Scotia - CJCH (CJCH-TV) * Kitchener (Kitchener, Ontario), Ontario - CKCO (CKCO-TV) * Moncton, New Brunswick - CKCW (CKCW-TV) *Kingston, Ontario - CIKR (CIKR-FM), CKXC (CKXC-FM) *Kitchener (Kitchener, Ontario) Waterloo (Waterloo, Ontario) - CHYM (CHYM-FM), CIKZ (CIKZ-FM), CKGL *Lethbridge - CFRV (CFRV-FM), CJRX (CJRX-FM) * Ottawa * Waterloo Region (Kitchener (Kitchener, Ontario), Waterloo (Waterloo, Ontario), Cambridge (Cambridge, Ontario), and surrounding areas) The '''Kitchener Rangers''' are a major junior ice hockey team in the Ontario Hockey League that have called Kitchener, Ontario, Canada their home since 1963. The Rangers are a publicly owned hockey team, governed by a 40-person Board of Directors made up of season ticket subscribers. The Rangers hosted the 2008 Memorial Cup tournament. They are also one of the most successful CHL teams in terms of NHL alumni with over 140 players including Mike Richards, Dale Hunter, Steve Mason (Steve Mason (ice hockey)), Derek Roy, Steve Downie, 2011 Calder Trophy (Calder Memorial Trophy) winner Jeff Skinner, 2011 (2011 NHL Entry Draft) second overall pick Gabriel Landeskog and Hall of Famers (Hockey Hall of Fame) Scott Stevens, Bill Barber, Paul Coffey, Larry Robinson and Al MacInnis. Both the proportion of youth participating in higher education, as well as the proportion of adults in Whitchurch–Stouffville who have completed a university program is growing annually and far exceeds the national average. However there are no post-secondary education campuses located in Whitchurch–Stouffville. In 1877, the village of Stouffville established a Mechanics' Institute (Mechanics' Institutes), which later became the Whitchurch-Stouffville Public Library. Emmanuel Bible College in Kitchener, Ontario had its beginnings in Stouffville in 1940. E.R. Storms, Emmanuel Bible College (1956), ''Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encycledia Online''. In 1991 the town came close to securing an agreement with Seneca College to open a new campus in Stouffville. Phil Johnson, Whitchurch-Stouffville vies for new campus, ''Toronto Star'', Nov. 28, 1991. In 2010, the Markham Stouffville Hospital (located in Markham) became a teaching site for residents practicing family medicine at the University of Toronto Faculty of Medicine. Cf. Looking for a Family Physician? Partnership with UofT will Produce Benefits for our Community, ''Messenger: Markham-Stouffville Hospital Foundation'', (Winter 2009). There were also significant radial systems operating from Hamilton (Hamilton, Ontario), St. Catharines, Windsor (Windsor, Ontario), and throughout the Grand River (Grand River (Ontario)) Valley, the last of which may see a revival should Grand River Transit obtain funding to build a light railway between Waterloo (Waterloo, Ontario), Kitchener (Kitchener, Ontario), and eventually Cambridge (Cambridge, Ontario), running partially on the tracks of the former Grand River Railway. Hamilton and the Niagara Region (Niagara Regional Municipality) are also investigating the possibility of reviving former interurban railway routes as modern light rail. Another southern Ontario line, the London and Port Stanley Railway, is notable for hauling large quantities of coal from Port Stanley that would arrive via railway ferry from Conneaut, Ohio. - 10 11 Kitchener (Kitchener, Ontario)–Cambridge (Cambridge, Ontario)–Waterloo (Waterloo, Ontario) Ontario CMA 477,160 451,235 5.7 - The '''Conestoga College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning''' is a public college based in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada, with an enrolment of 9,000 full-time, 4,000 apprenticeship, and 35,000 part-time students birth_place Kitchener (Kitchener, Ontario), ON (Ontario), CAN (Canada) draft 20th overall DATE OF BIRTH May 26, 1971 PLACE OF BIRTH Kitchener (Kitchener, Ontario), ON (Ontario), CAN (Canada) DATE OF DEATH '''Christopher Chalmers''' (born November 8, 1967 in Kitchener, Ontario) is a former international freestyle (Freestyle swimming) swimmer from Canada. image Image:DAVE FM logo.png city Kitchener (Kitchener, Ontario), Ontario area Waterloo Region (Waterloo Regional Municipality) In 1975, CFTJ moved to AM 1320, and CKKW in nearby Kitchener (Kitchener, Ontario) moved from 1320 to 1090. Concurrently with this change, CFTJ moved to 24-hour broadcasting. This was planned as a temporary move — with CFGM (CFMJ) in Richmond Hill (Richmond Hill, Ontario) scheduled to move to the 1320 frequency in 1978, CFTJ moved again to AM 960 in 1977. Route 25 runs between University of Waterloo and Square One. It also stops at Cambridge (Cambridge, Ontario), the Charles Street Terminal at Kitchener (Kitchener, Ontario), and Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo (Waterloo, Ontario). The frequency of this route depends on the direction of travel, as well as the day of the week, ranging from hourly to every three hours. Routes 25B, 25C, and 25D provide extra express services between Square One and the two aforementioned Waterloo universities, bypassing Kitchener and Cambridge. Route 25 runs year-round, seven days a week, while the express branches only run during the academic year. Other cities, such as Vancouver (w:Vancouver), Ottawa (w:Ottawa) and Kitchener (w:Kitchener, Ontario), that are already engaged in debate on the issue, may now be watching London carefully for how the ban plays out. Other areas have already begun to phone London with questions on the details of its new regulations. Toronto (w:Toronto) has begun taking a look at bottled water packaging as part of its waste diversion strategy, and its public school board is looking into the possibility of a total restriction on bottled water sales.


Saint Petersburg

proved to be a very strong season for the pair. They began winning the 2006 Cup of China, where they came in first place in the short program and in the free skate to win the competition with a total score of 193.59 points, 21.03 ahead of Zhang Dan & Zhang Hao. They also won the 2006 NHK Trophy, where they also placed first in both the short program and the free skate earning 190.97 points, beating Pang Qing & Tong Jian by 8.13. They earned the gold medal at the 2006–2007 Grand Prix Final (2006-2007 Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final), held in Saint Petersburg, Russia. At that competition, they won the short program, scoring 68.66 points, 4.48 points ahead of Zhang Dan & Zhang Hao. The team also placed first in the free skate with 134.53 points, 12.68 ahead of Aliona Savchenko & Robin Szolkowy from Germany. They earned a total of 203.19 points to finish 22.52 points ahead of second place finishers Aliona Savchenko & Robin Szolkowy. They earned the gold medal at the 2006–2007 Grand Prix Final (2006-2007 Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final), held in Saint Petersburg, Russia. At that competition, they won the short program scoring 68.66 points, 4.48 points ahead of Zhang Dan & Zhang Hao. The team also placed first in the free skate with 134.53 points, 12.68 ahead of Aliona Savchenko & Robin Szolkowy from Germany. They earned a total of 203.19 points to finish 22.52 points ahead of second place finishers Aliona Savchenko & Robin Szolkowy. Within two years of the accident, Berezhnaya and Sikharulidze had established themselves as one of the best pair teams in the world. They were noted for their lyrical, flowing and elegant style, which they combined with strong athleticism, including outstanding speed, unison, and big elements. commons:Category:Saint Petersburg WikiPedia:Saint Petersburg Dmoz:Regional Europe Russia Administrative Regions Saint Petersburg


Hamilton, Ontario

, that the Bandits did not make the playoffs. Stojko won the 1997 Grand Prix Final in Hamilton (Hamilton, Ontario), Ontario, skating to the movie soundtrack of "Dragon Heart". Two other skaters also landed quad jumps during the free skate (Ilia Kulik & Alexei Urmanov), but not in combination as Stojko did. At the World Championships later that year, he again had a strong short program and placed fourth going into the free. Approximately halfway through the free skate, Alexei

Urmanov, leader after the short program, withdrew from the event with an injury, while Ilia Kulik, in third, had a performance that put him out of contention. Stojko then took the ice and landed his quad-triple combination to earn two perfect scores of 6.0 and another world title. right thumb 160px Calixa Lavallée (File:Calixa Lavallée.png), (1842–1891) The 1870s saw several conservatories opened their doors, providing their string, woodwind and brass faculty, leading to the opportunity


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