rural seats were eliminated. Alumni & Faculty Over 4500 students have graduated from Regent College and, thanks largely to the popular Summer Programs, well over 30,000 students have taken classes. After Vancouver, Hong Kong hosts the second-greatest number of Regent graduates, with other major pockets in Seattle, Calgary, Edmonton, Toronto, and London. CKXT-TV, Sun Media's television station in Toronto, aired a nightly entertainment magazine series
into two separate dwelling units, each of which has an independent entrance". Halifax Mainland Land Use Bylaw Monk was born in Mission, British Columbia and grew up in Burnaby, British Columbia, where both of his parents were involved in a musical chorus where Monk was first exposed to opera. He moved with his family to Calgary, where he participated in summer programs at the Banff School of Fine Arts. His first principal role was with the San Francisco Opera in 1966. He moved to Teaneck, New Jersey in the mid-1970s to be able to perform with the Metropolitan Opera. via The Canadian Press, "Fortuitous timings helped singer", ''Leader-Post'', June 12, 1984. Accessed October 22, 2011. "He moved to Teaneck, N.J., in 1976 so that he could commute to the Met where he has sung such roles as Sharpless in Madama Butterfly and Schaunard in Franco Zefferelli's 1981 production of La Boheme." Election Wilson was elected Moderator of the denomination of Metropolitan Community Churches (MCC) by the Church's General Conference in Calgary, Alberta in July 2005. In accordance with the Bylaws of Metropolitan Community Churches, Rev. Wilson's name was placed in nomination by the denomination's Moderators Nominating Committee and her nomination was ratified with the overwhelming endorsement of the lay and clergy voting delegates to the 2005 MCC General Conference. Wilson was installed as Moderator at Washington National Cathedral in 2005. "Rev. Nancy Wilson installed as Moderator of MCC", ''Between the Lines News,'' 3 November 2005. '''Fairmont Hot Springs''' is an unincorporated community located in south-eastern British Columbia, Canada. This community has a population of 489, but receives many vacationers from Calgary, who come to play on Fairmont's three golf courses (Mountainside, Riverside and Creekside) on the Columbia River, and visit the Fairmont Hot Springs Resort. In recent years, it has become quite common for an older shopping mall to expand – or be renovated – as a power center, adding big-box stores, category killers and strip shopping center-type buildings to the parking and open areas, rather than to add anchors and new retail space to the existing mall facility. Puente Hills Mall and Del Amo Fashion Center in Southern California are good examples of this. Other examples are Seven Corners Center in suburban Washington, D.C. Fairfax County EDA – Doing Business in Fairfax County, Seven Corners (retrieved Sep 2, 2008) and Deerfoot Mall in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Power centers are almost always located in suburban areas, but occasionally redevelopment has brought power centers to densely populated urban areas. By the early 1990s, Maclean-Hunter's assets also included cable television services in 35 Ontario markets, 21 radio stations, television station CFCN (CFCN-DT) in Calgary and a significant minority share in CTV (CTV Television Network). '''GlobalFest''' is an annual cultural celebration in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. From 1937 to 1941, he was an organist and choirmaster at St Anne's Anglican Church in Toronto. He went on to hold many different church posts in Toronto, Calgary, and Minneapolis up through 1971. From 1971 to 1984, he taught organ, choral conducting and orchestration at the University of Ottawa. He has composed over 120 works for piano, organ, voice, orchestra and chamber orchestra. The Calgary Stampeders, a team which began the year with four straight losses, had just three wins on Labour Day. But Calgary rallied, saving their season with an 8-10 record, good for a second place finish in the West Division (CFL West Division). The Stampeders secured their berth in the Grey Cup with playoff victories over B.C. and Edmonton. defunct !-- commons:Calgary
Association of Alberta Progressive Conservative leader Peter Lougheed to run in the 1967 provincial election (Alberta general election, 1967). Lisac 233 Getty agreed to run in Strathcona West, and defeated incumbent Social Crediter (Social Credit Party of Alberta) Randolph McKinnon by more than one thousand votes. He entered the Legislative Assembly of Alberta as one of six newly-elected P.C.s.
Developing Alberta's Oil Sands: From Karl Clark to Kyoto last Chastko first Paul Anthony year 2004 publisher University of Calgary Press location Calgary, Alberta page 299 isbn 1-55238-124-2 Four years later, in the 1971 election (Alberta general election, 1971), Getty was re-elected by more than 3,500 votes in the new riding of Edmonton-Whitemud and was appointed Minister of Federal and Intergovernmental Affairs in the new Lougheed majority government. ref name
in 1999. In his home country, Fetisov has been awarded the Order of the Red Banner of Labour in 1984, the Order of Lenin in 1988, the Order Of Service To The Fatherland 4th class in 2000 and 3rd class 2005, the Order Of Honour (Order of Honour (Russian Federation)) in 1998, the Order of Friendship in 2007
) and Toronto -- and never looked back. A perennial fan favourite, Liggins was a good-natured bundle of enthusiasm, energy, skill and football smarts; as he had done in university, he made the defensive line his home and distinguished himself with a freewheeling style, quickness and cat-like agility. birth_date birth_place Calgary, Alberta residence Edmonton, Alberta Early life Mar was born in Calgary, Alberta
with the NHL's Toronto Maple Leafs. DATE OF BIRTH September 10, 1960 PLACE OF BIRTH Calgary, Alberta, CAN (Canada) DATE OF DEATH OpenBSD's apparent first use of the term referred to a cryptographic development event held in Calgary on June 4, 1999, where 10 developers came together to avoid legal problems caused by export regulations of cryptographic software from the United States. He studied for a year at Harvard College and then completed his medical studies at St. Bartholomew's Hospital in London, from which he graduated in 1870. He then studied at the University of Pennsylvania for a year. He practiced medicine in Saint John for six years, before coming west to join the North-West Mounted Police as a surgeon in 1882. Over the next three years he was stationed at Fort Walsh, Calgary, and Fort MacLeod (Fort Macleod, Alberta); it was in this last town that he left the NWMP to set up a civilian practice in 1885. Jamieson 396–397 * In Manitoba, Winnipeg's CKY (CBW (AM)) moved from 910 to 990. (The channel would eventually be taken over by the CBC.) * In Alberta, CJCA (CJCA (AM)) in Edmonton moved from clear channel 730 to regional channel 930. (This would make it possible for the CBC to later build CBX (CBX (AM)) in Edmonton on 740 kHz.) In Calgary, CFCN (CKMX (AM)) moved from 1030 to 1010; that channel would also eventually be taken over by the CBC. * In British Columbia, Vancouver (Vancouver, British Columbia)'s CBR (CBU (AM)) moved from 1100 to 1130, both secondary assignments on a U.S. clear channel. (It would only later move to 690, opening up the 1130 allocation for a commercial station in Vancouver.) frequency 770 kHz (AM (AM radio)) area Calgary, Alberta format News Talk (talk radio) Career It was revealed in Bret Hart's Bret "Hit Man" Hart: The Best There Is, The Best There Was, The Best There Ever Will Be DVD that Bret realized that he wanted to become a professional wrestler full time after visiting Puerto Rico with his brother Smith (Smith Hart). Originally, it had been Bruce that was to travel to Puerto Rico with Smith, but Bruce backed out of the trip at the last minute. Bret said that because the ticket bought for Bruce was for a "B. Hart", he was forced into going by his family. Bret also said that Bruce helped make his decision to go to Puerto Rico final after telling him that he would enjoy it. After coming home to Calgary, Bret realized that he wanted to join the Stampede Wrestling promotion owned by his father full time. commons:Calgary
birth_place Calgary, Alberta, Canada death_date '''Gary Burns''' (born 1960 in Calgary, Alberta) is a Canadian (Canada) film writer and director. Burns studied drama at the University of Calgary before attending Concordia University (Concordia University (Quebec)), where he graduated in 1992 from the Fine Arts film program. - Calgary, Alberta CJAQ (CJAQ-FM) 96.9 FM ''"Jack FM"''
to contribute to Canadian and world music. It was at Mr Kendrick's instance, with the enthusiastic support of Dean Allan and the financial underwriting by the Whitmore family, that the current small but fine Casavant Frères organ was installed in north transept of the Cathedral in May 1974 at the time St Paul's was given cathedral status. The '''International Festival of Animated Objects''' is a biennial festival sponsored by the non-profit group '' CAOS Calgary Animated Objects Society
for their police cars. DATE OF BIRTH 7 July 1930 PLACE OF BIRTH Calgary, Canada DATE OF DEATH background solo_singer origin Calgary, Alberta, Canada instrument '''Lisa Lobsinger''' is an indie rock singer from Calgary, Alberta, Canada. She is currently the lead singer for the band Reverie Sound Revue and is known for her powerful voice and distinctive hair styles. Reverie Sound Revue
. DATE OF BIRTH April 5, 1947 PLACE OF BIRTH Calgary, Alberta DATE OF DEATH Manitoba Highway 1 is a very important part of the national highway system in Canada, as it is the sole highway linking the eastern and western regions
at CKXL in Calgary. Within the year he was back in Montreal working at CJAD (AM). Fifteen years later he was back in Calgary, launching a talk show called ''Hot Talk''. In 1996 he launched a television show, Adler on Line, based in Boston and a year later Adler received an Emmy Award for Best Host in New England. 1996 saw him returning to Canada to host the ''Charles Adler Show'' on CFRB (AM). Two years later he was back in Western Canada, hosting ''Adler on Line
leader_title4 MLAs (Legislative Assembly of Alberta) leader_name4 title List of MLAs frame_style border:none; padding: 0; list_style text-align:left;display:none; 1 Moe Amery 2 Manmeet Bhullar 3 Neil Brown (Neil Brown (Canadian politician)) 4 Wayne Cao 5 Christine Cusanelli 6 Alana DeLong 7 Jonathan Denis 8 Gordon Dirks 9 Mike Ellis (Mike Ellis (Canadian politician)) 10 Kyle Fawcett 11 Heather Forsyth 12 Rick Fraser (Rick Fraser (politician)) 13 Yvonne Fritz 14 Kent Hehr 15 Sandra Jansen 16 Linda Johnson (Linda Johnson (politician)) 17 Darshan Kang 18 Donna Kennedy-Glans 19 Jason Luan 20 Ric McIver 21 Jim Prentice 22 Dave Rodney 23 David Swann 24 Jeff Wilson (Jeff Wilson (politician)) 25 Teresa Woo-Paw established_title Established established_date 1875 established_title2 Incorporated - Town (List of towns in Alberta) established_date2 November 7, 1884 established_title3 - City (List of cities in Alberta) established_date3 January 1, 1894 area_magnitude unit_pref area_footnotes (2011) area_total_km2 825.29 area_metro_km2 5107.55 area_urban_km2 704.51 population_as_of 2011 population_footnotes population_total 1096833 (3rd (List of the 100 largest municipalities in Canada by population)) population_density_km2 1329.0 population_metro 1214839 (5th (List of the 100 largest metropolitan areas in Canada)) population_density_metro_km2 237.9 population_urban 1095404 population_density_urban_km2 1554.8 population_demonym Calgarian population_blank1_title Municipal census (Municipal census in Canada) (2014 (Alberta municipal censuses, 2014)) population_blank1 1195194 blank_name_sec2 GDP blank_info_sec2 US$ (American dollar) 97.9 billion blank1_name_sec2 GDP per capita blank1_info_sec2 US$ 69,826 timezone MST (Mountain Time Zone) utc_offset −7 timezone_DST MDT utc_offset_DST −6 latd 51 latm 03 latNS N longd 114 longm 04 longEW W coordinates_display title elevation_footnotes elevation_m 1045 postal_code_type Postal code span postal_code T1Y to T3R (List of T postal codes of Canada) area_code 403 (Area code 403), 587 (Area code 587) website footnotes
The economy of Calgary includes activity in the energy, financial services, film and television, transportation and logistics, technology, manufacturing, aerospace, health and wellness, retail, and tourism sectors. http: www.calgaryeconomicdevelopment.com industries The Calgary CMA is home to the second-most corporate head offices in Canada among the country's 800 largest corporations.
Calgary anchors the south end of what Statistics Canada defines as the "Calgary–Edmonton Corridor".
In 1988, Calgary became the first Canadian city to host the Olympic Winter Games (1988 Winter Olympics).