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Rouleau, Saskatchewan

confusion among visitors thinking Corner Gas and The Ruby were real establishments. The town's grain elevator was also repainted with the name "Dog River" as it appears in the background of many episodes of the series. Prime Minister Stephen Harper stopped in Rouleau to play a cameo role in the television show ''Corner Gas'' for an episode which aired in early 2007. The buildings used as sets for the program were allowed to fall into disrepair after the show wrapped up

for the Edmonton Oilers References *Rouleau - Encyclopedia of Saskatchewan *Saskatchewan RC Churches - Chamberlain, Indian Head, Liberty, Lumsden, Rouleau.


Jiangmen

corporation and restaurant chain. * James Wong Howe: American cinematographer. * John Tsang: Financial Secretary of Hong Kong. * Julian Mardock: U.S. Air Force pilot, surgeon and author. * Julius Chan: Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea (1980-1982, 1994-1997, 1997). * Ken Hom: American chef, author and television-show presenter. * Kylie Kwong: Australian chef, restaurateur, author and television-show presenter. * Leland Wong: American photographer and artist. * Leland Yee: California State Senator


Laughlin, Nevada

commercial airlines, it does provide casino-sponsored chartered flights, and is also utilized by some private aircraft. Popular culture In 1998, the horror film ''Shark (Shark (2000 film))'' was filmed in Laughlin, along the Colorado river. In 2007, the television show ''Viva Laughlin'', based on the BBC television serial ''Blackpool (Blackpool (TV serial))'', was reformatted to take place in Laughlin. The show was broadcast on CBS in the United States, E! (Canadian

the Top '', the main character moves to Laughlin to pursue her dream of becoming a flight attendant at the fictional Sierra Airlines at the Laughlin Bullhead Airport (referred to as Laughlin Airport in the movie). In the television show ''The L Word'', Season 6 Episode 4, Tina and Bette fly to Laughlin to meet a potential birth mother with hopes to adopt her baby. In the television show ''Frasier'', Season 9 Episode 16, Frasier's former Brother in Law, Blaine Sternin (played


Simcoe, Ontario

and one is physically disabled. '''Simcoe Composite School''' is a high school in Simcoe (Simcoe, Ontario), Ontario, Canada. Simcoe Composite School television show On Thursday nights before Bingo Live on Cable 5, the school has its own local public-access television show for the people in Simcoe (Simcoe, Ontario) to watch. The show features highlights on the school, its students, and general popular culture (fashions, new movies, trends). The communications class is responsible for the weekly programming. By using the song ''Baba O'Riley'' by The Who during its opening and closing credits, the show emphasizes the fact that the show is made for teenagers, by teenagers. Walsh is also located near these major communities: Simcoe (Simcoe, Ontario) - . caption Historic images location Simcoe (Simcoe, Ontario), Ontario years_active 172 Summary Unlike the majority of Haldimand or Norfolk County, Nanticoke a highly industralized community. Its industries supply up to 4000MW of electric energy to Southern Ontario through the Nanticoke Generating Station. This community is southeast of Simcoe (Simcoe, Ontario) in neighbouring Norfolk County (Norfolk County, Ontario) and south of Brantford (Brantford, Ontario). Nanticoke's residential area is bordered on the west by the Nanticoke Industrial Park, home to the U. S. Steel Canada Lake Erie Works (Stelco Lake Erie Works) and a number of smaller businesses, including Nelson Steel, Charles Jones Industrial , ESM, and Air Products. The neighbouring Esso Refinery Nanticoke on the northeast, and the Nanticoke Generating Station on the southeast are not part of the Industrial Park land, although this is frequently confused due to their proximity.


Rosamond, California

, achieving a national speed record in the flying quarter mile. Almquist, Ed. "Hot Rod Pioneers, The Creators of the Fastest Sport on Wheels", Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., 2000. ISBN 0-7680-0232-X All Chevy Magazine article, August 1988, Michael Lufty Originally, he had no intention of producing any additional manifolds, but the overwhelming response following his phenomenal speed in a 1932 Ford prompted Edelbrock to make more. This was the first product he sold commercially and marked the beginning of the company as it is known today. Edelbrock ultimately manufactured 100 of the ''Slingshot'' manifolds. Broadcasts can normally be heard beginning as far south as Rosamond, California, on State Route 14 (California State Route 14) to the State Route 58 (California State Route 58) turn off in Mojave, California. The broadcast is audible on State Route 58 from Mojave through Barstow, California, where State Route 58 ends into Interstate 15 (Interstate 15 (California)). From Barstow north on the 15 broadcast can be heard normally past the Nevada state line and in the Las Vegas Valley itself. Audible broadcast can normally be picked up on the majority of State Route 138 (California State Route 138) to its junction with Interstate 15 and also Interstate 40 (Interstate 40 (California)) from Barstow to around Kingman, Arizona. Realignment Following a major realignment of the route and assumption into the state highway system around 1922, the main Midland Trail alignment in California bypassed early stagecoach-era stops at Freeman and Willow Springs and at the Neuralia railroad siding, and now routed through Red Rock Canyon (Red Rock Canyon State Park (California)) to Mojave. The earlier alignment took a high line route to the west in the Sierra Nevada (Sierra Nevada (U.S.)) and Scodie Mountains foothills around it following the Los Angeles Aqueduct route past Jawbone Canyon, thence following the Southern Pacific railroad tracks through Rosamond (Rosamond, California) and Lancaster (Lancaster, California) and on to Los Angeles, following the route that was later assigned to U.S. Route 6—the Sierra Highway) in 1937. Story Billy the Mountain, a typical mountain which poses for postcards, lives between the cities of Rosamond, California and Gorman, California with his wife Ethell, a tree. The main features on his mountain edifice are two large caves, resembling eyes, and a cliff for a jaw, which lifts up and down when he talks puffing up dust and boulders. Upon exiting the mountains, Sierra Highway enters the Antelope Valley and serves as one of the main streets of Palmdale (Palmdale, California), Lancaster (Lancaster, California), and Rosamond (Rosamond, California). The highway runs parallel to the modern Route 14 and the railroad. Just shy of Mojave (Mojave, California) the freeway portion of Route 14 ends, and Sierra Highway shares the active routing of SR 14 passing through downtown Mojave. 57.8 Rosamond Boulevard – Rosamond (Rosamond, California), Edwards AFB (Edwards Air Force Base)


Office québécois de la langue française

television show ''60 Minutes'', http: www.cbsnews.com video watch ?id 7380105n which ran an investigative report on Quebec language laws. Legally, the organization has no police power, although they may impose fines. However, contrary to rumors, no businesses have been shut down since there is no provision in the law allowing the OQLF or the government to do so. In the majority of the cases, the office will convince businesses that it is in their own financial


Mátészalka

people Hungarian Jewish (Hungarian Jews) immigrants from Mátészalka, Hungary. Hungarian (Hungarian language) was Curtis' only language until he was five or six, postponing his schooling. His father was a tailor and the family lived in the back of the shop — the parents in one corner and Curtis and his brothers Julius and Robert in another. His mother once made an appearance as a participant on the television show '' You Bet Your Life


Pickering, Ontario

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.


Nerja

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Uxbridge, Ontario

The company operates eight retail stores, located in Bobcaygeon, Minden (Minden, Ontario), Bancroft (Bancroft, Ontario), Lindsay (Lindsay, Ontario), Uxbridge (Uxbridge, Ontario), Huntsville (Huntsville, Ontario), and Peterborough (Peterborough, Ontario) and Barrie.


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