-school-bus-chassis-2011-06-16?reflink MW_news_stmp accessdate 17 June 2011 newspaper MarketWatch date 16 June 2011 Lion Bus was co-founded by the former president and the former senior board adviser of Les Enterprises Michel Corbeil (Corbeil Bus Corporation), a former full-line school bus manufacturer whose manufacturing facilities were shut
; Government and politics Senior administrators *Frank Dale, Regional Chair *David Szwarc, Chief Administrative Officer *Norma Trim, Chief Financial Officer and Commissioner of Corporate Services *Janet Menard, Commissioner of Human Services *Janette Smith, Commissioner of Health Services *Kent Gillespie, Commissioner of Employee and Business Services *Dan Labrecque, Commissioner of Public Works
work Region of Peel website publisher Region of Peel, Ontario Canada url http: www.peelregion.ca smt index.htm accessdate 2006-07-05 Notable government decisions *In 2005, Peel Region approved without tender a $557 million waste management contract commitment lasting 20 years that can potentially allow it to dump garbage in Ontario landfill sites if Michigan bans Canadian trash. ''Toronto Star'', October 21, 2005 *In 2004, Peel Region began a more than $600 million waterworks expansion by conducting invited public tenders, one of Canada's largest in water and wastewater infrastructure (Ontario Clean Water Agency). ''Brampton Guardian'', July 7, 2004 Seat assignment controversy Seats on Peel Regional council are not assigned to member municipalities according to population or tax contributions, and this has produced considerable controversy within the region. ontla.on.ca The precise number and variety of Enhanced courses differs from school to school, but most schools offer the core (mandatory) courses as Enhanced. '''Lakeview''', is one of the communities in Mississauga (formerly Toronto Township), in the Region of Peel (Regional Municipality of Peel), just east of Port Credit (Port Credit, Ontario ), which amalgamated into the Town of Mississauga in 1968. It is located in the extreme southeastern corner of the city. Lakeview was known for the '''4 Sisters''', the four smokestacks of the former Lakeview Generating Station of Ontario Power Generation. They were called the '''4 Sisters''' because the generating plant actually had eight boilers and two boilers were 'sistered' to a common stack. The generating station was demolished in 2007, about a year after the 4 Sisters stacks were demolished, which occurred on the morning of June 12, 2006. At 493ft each they were easily the tallest structures in the area. Currently the tallest structure is a 25 story condominium building, Applewood Place, located on the northwest corner of Bloor Street and Dixie Road (Peel Regional Road 4). *'''2005''': '''Ramona Amiri''' of Vancouver took home the title, and she went on to finish in the top fifteen semi-finalists at Miss World in Sanya, China. She was also a Talent competition finalist, being named the winner of the ''Best Traditional Dance'' category, and was a top five finalist in the ''Beach Beauty'' swimwear competition. She was the only delegate out of 102 international contestants to place in the final five in both categories. *'''2006''': '''Malgosia Majewska''' of Peel Region (Regional Municipality of Peel) won the national title and was a Top 17 Semi-Finalist at the Miss World competition in Poland in September 2006. She won the Miss World Sport Fast Track event and was a semi-finalist in both the Beach Beauty and Talent competitions. 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.
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and the Visayas to give the United States dominance in the air over Leyte when the invasion began on 20 October. On 10 September ''Manley'' took on board 50 tons of explosives, slated as reserves for underwater demolition team work in the proposed invasion of Yap. She left Pearl Harbor on the 15th and proceeded via Eniwetok to Manus, Admiralty Islands. There word arrived that the operation against Yap had been canceled and that the forces assembled would strike Leyte (Leyte (island)) in the Philippines. ''Manley'' was then assigned to the bombardment and fire support group which arrived in Leyte Gulf early on 18 October. Between 21 August and 2 September, ''Appalachian'' carried out training exercises off Maui in preparation for an assault on Yap. However, this operation was later canceled. The ship departed Hawaiian waters on 15 September and proceeded to Manus (Manus Island), Admiralty Islands, for additional training. On 26 August 1944, ''Evans'' sailed from Eniwetok to screen the fueling and aircraft replacement group for the assault and occupation of the Palau Islands, and arriving at Ulithi on 30 October, served on patrol and escort duty there through 11 January 1945. After a special assignment to hunt submarines near Yap and to bombard that island, from 11 to 13 January, ''Evans'' sailed to Saipan, from which she screened transports to the landings on Iwo Jima (Battle of Iwo Jima) on 19 February. She conducted shore bombardment and supported the troops ashore with harassing fire on Japanese positions, then screened escort carrier (escort aircraft carrier)s until 8 March, when she sailed to Ulithi. right thumb 150px The flag of the United States was used in the TTPI from 1944 to the early 1980s (50-star version since 1960) (File:Flag of the United States.svg) The '''flag of the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands''' (TTPI) consisted of a light blue field that contained six white stars centered in a circle pattern. The stars symbolized the six districts of the former trusteeship: the Marianas (Northern Mariana Islands), the Marshall Islands, Yap, Chuuk, Pohnpei, and Palau. The blue field symbolized freedom and loyalty. *** Truk (16–17 February) *** Palau-Yap-Ulithi-Woleai (30 March – 1 April) and *** Truk-Satawan-Ponape (Pohnpei) (29 April – 1 May); '''Yapese''' is a language spoken by the people on the island of Yap (Federated States of Micronesia). As the emphasis shifted from the South Pacific (South Pacific Area) to the Central Pacific (Pacific Ocean) in early 1944, so too, did the need for destroyers. On 24 March, ''Stanly'' exited Purvis Bay and, by the 30th, was cruising in the screen of Vice Admiral Marc A. Mitscher's Fast Carrier Task Force (then-called TF 58) as it launched planes against the Palau Islands. On the next day, she sailed north of Palau as Task Group 58.4 (TG 58.4) sent strikes against both Palau and Yap. The carriers' planes hit Woleai on 1 April and began retiring to Majuro. ''Stanly'' arrived in Majuro lagoon on the 6th and underwent repairs until the 30th. She spent the month of May in operations and exercises around Majuro. From 3 to 8 June, in company with ''Indianapolis'' (USS Indianapolis (CA-35)) (CA-35), the destroyer made the circuit from Majuro to Kwajalein to Eniwetok, leaving the latter atoll on the 8th to rejoin TF 58. '''John Haglelgam''' (b. August 10, 1949 in Yap) was the second President (President of the Federated States of Micronesia) of the Federated States of Micronesia. He served from 1987-1991. He is a native of Eauripik Island, Yap. The task force covered the unopposed landings on Emirau Island (Landing on Emirau) on the 20th. On 26 March, ''Thatcher'' was reassigned to TG 58.3 of the Fast Carrier Task Force. She escorted the carriers as their aircraft flew strikes against Palau, Yap, Ulithi, and Woleai in the Caroline Islands from 30 March to 1 April. The task group then retired to the Marshall Islands to prepare for their next assault against Japanese bases.
-- archivedate June 9, 2008 * Ian Kennedy, Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher, was born in Huntington Beach. * Jeff Kent, retired baseball player and recipient of baseball's 2000 National League MVP award
-road conditions imaginable. Team work and camaraderie were crucial. The competitive element came in a series of "Special Tasks," such as winching and timed driving routes, in which the national teams competed against each other. In 1964 he became the first laureate of the Haile Selassie I Prize for Fine Arts. As his reputation spread abroad, Afewerk was invited to put on an exhibition in Moscow following which he toured the Soviet Union giving lectures. The United States American
, a photograph of the 1876 England team was discovered in the archives of the Derby City Council Local Studies Library. Edgar Field had sent the photograph to the Derbyshire Football Express, and the picture was used in an article published on the 50th anniversary of the match. This picture came to light in May and is believed to be the earliest known picture of an England football team.
security ring, the first one was from the Secret Service (United States Secret Service)). Training takes place at the Colombian Army’s Communications School in Facatativá near Bogotá (which also serves as unit headquarters), and includes airborne operations, night operations, and close quarters combat (Close Quarters Battle). It is divided in two phases: the first focuses on team work, whilst the second focuses on special skills such as explosives training, paramedic training
Guinea , Zaire, Brazil, Borneo, Australia, Madagascar (the first north-south crossing) and Sulawesi before returning to the Amazon. These grueling tests of human endurance brought together teams from around the world in the hope of triumphing in some of the most treacherous off-road conditions imaginable. Team work and camaraderie were crucial. The competitive element came in a series of "Special Tasks," such as winching and timed driving routes, in which
of Roma musicians. They played numerous concerts throughout the world. Together with them, Haris Džinović recorded three albums between 1982–1986, which have been published as a CD compilation many years after their team-work. Stevan Dedijer was born in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina to Serb (Serbs) parents, Milica Dedijer and Jefto Dedijer. '''Istočno Sarajevo''' (Serbian Cyrillic: Источно Сарајево; ) is a city in Bosnia