.html#irb+awards+2011+latest title IRB Awards 2011 – latest publisher International Rugby Board date 2011-10-24 accessdate 2011-10-24 He and fellow 2011 inductee Brian Lima of Samoa (Samoa national rugby union team) are the first members of the IRB Hall from nations outside of the traditional top tier of the sport. Via Rail In 1978, Via Rail assumed operational responsibility for the E&N Railway passenger service. Post ICF ownership, the rail operator agreement has the private compay Southern Railway operate the daily inter-city passenger service from Victoria to Courtenay on behalf of Via Rail. Train tickets had to be purchased three days in advance to avoid an increase in the cost of the fare. In 2011, due to the disrepair of the railroad, Via Rail and Southern Railway suspended indefinitely the Dayliner passenger service, the Victoria – Courtenay train. The train had scheduled stops at Duncan (Duncan, British Columbia), Nanaimo, and Parksville (Parksville, British Columbia), with many other flag stops (stops on request) along the way. VIA and Southern Railway did offer a bus service for a several months after the closure, but the service was discontinued August 7, 2011. VIA's bus tickets had to be bought three days in advance and fewer than ten people a day used their temporary bus service. http: www.newswire.ca en releases archive July2011 07 c3969.html The VIA passenger service used Budd (Budd Company)-built Rail Diesel Cars (Budd Rail Diesel Car). nickname Mariners city birth_place Duncan, BC (Duncan, British Columbia), CAN (Canada) career_start 2003 DATE OF BIRTH December 8, 1983 PLACE OF BIRTH Duncan, BC (Duncan, British Columbia), CAN (Canada) DATE OF DEATH
. In the early 1900s, Duncan's Chinatown was the social centre for the Cowichan Valley's Chinese population. Chinatown was concentrated in a single block in the southwestern corner of Duncan. At its largest point, Duncan's Chinatown included six Chinese families and 30 merchants who supplied goods and services to the loggers, millworkers, cannery and mine workers in the area. The city tore the buildings down in 1969 to build a new law courts complex. Some materials from the original buildings were
: www.thecanadianencyclopedia.com index.cfm?PgNm TCE&Params A1ARTA0007314 "Jack Leonard Shadbolt," ''The Canadian Encyclopedia'' Vancouver Island Vancouver Island, though not as well-known for mountain biking as the North Shore, boasts a growing number of trails. They are located near the communities of Victoria (Victoria, British Columbia), Sooke (Sooke, British Columbia), Duncan (Duncan, British Columbia), Nanaimo, Port Alberni, the Comox Valley
University (formerly Malaspina University-College) has a regional campus in Duncan that offers programs and courses in university transfer, access, trades and applied technology, health and human services, and career and academic preparation. The campus also has a Continuing Education department that offers certificate programs, personal and professional development courses, and online courses. A new birth_place Duncan, BC (Duncan, British Columbia), CAN (Canada) career_start 2003 DATE OF BIRTH December 8, 1983 PLACE OF BIRTH Duncan, BC (Duncan, British Columbia), CAN (Canada) DATE OF DEATH
, running mostly from west to east, and is about wide at its widest point. The lake is also the source of the Cowichan River. Vancouver Island Duncan (Duncan, British Columbia), Lake Cowichan (Lake Cowichan, British Columbia), Crofton (Crofton, British Columbia), Chemainus (Chemainus, British Columbia) - The '''Cowichan Valley Capitals''' are a Junior "A" ice hockey (Junior hockey) team based in Duncan, British Columbia, Canada
the Cowichan Valley Regional District. Courtnall was born in Victoria (Victoria, British Columbia), British Columbia, Canada and raised in Duncan, British Columbia. He is the brother of another former NHL player, Russ Courtnall. Geoff's son, Justin, was drafted 210th overall in the 2007 NHL Entry Draft by the Tampa Bay Lightning.
Image:DuncanBCTotem.jpg Totem Pole Image:DuncanBCFH.jpg Fire Hall See also * Paldi, British Columbia References External links *City of Duncan *Duncan Downtown official website
is to be British Columbia's foremost interpreter and presenter of the forest community &ndash; past, present and future. It is a 100 acre site with 3 km of operational narrow gauge railway. '''Byron Dafoe''' (born February 25, 1971) is a British (England)-Canadian (Canada) CNNSI.com - NHL Hockey - Final All-Star Voting - North America Team - Thursday February 01, 2001 12:30 AM <
a party date January 12, 2005 page 7 To accomplish this they purpose to start by legislating a 32-hour or four-day work week (Workweek and weekend). Their research has shown that by reducing the work week from five days to four would result in approximately 7% less take home pay but would also mean
; The stick was made specifically for Expo 86 in Vancouver, and purchased by Duncan at the end of the event. In 1911 Norman Corefield drove the first car over the Malahat Highway, opening up vehicle traffic to Duncan. Construction of the Duncan Garage Heritage Building started in 1912 and appeared in Canadian Motorist Magazine (May 1913 issue) as; " The most complete and up-to-date fireproof garage on Vancouver Island". In 2002, "The Duncan Garage Restoration Project"
; created a community gathering place in Duncan. It was designated a heritage building in 2002. The Duncan Garage set a provincial record for the longest operating business in one location(65 years). Climate According to the Köppen climate classification, Duncan has an oceanic climate (Köppen ''Csb'').
'''Duncan''' (pop. 4,932) is a city on southern Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada. It is the smallest city by area (2.07 square kilometres, 0.8 square miles) in the nation.