Stratford, Ontario

What is Stratford, Ontario known for?

gold selling

, multiple gold selling, Grammy nominated producer, mixer and musician. Several international operatic singers reside in Stratford such as Baritone, James Westman, and Tenor, Roger Honeywell. Climate Stratford has a humid continental climate type (Köppen (Köppen-Geiger climate classification system): Dfb).

stage debut

; the winner on the second occasion was John Wilkinson (John Wilkinson (Ontario politician)) of the Ontario Liberal Party. Murray made his stage debut at Stratford-upon-Avon in 1933, and he played such parts as Seyton in ''Macbeth'', among smaller roles. He later did seasons at the Malvern Festival and at the Birmingham Repertory Theatre, where he played Hamlet. He worked at the Old Vic in London with Laurence Olivier and Tyrone Guthrie. He also played at the Open Air

life liberal

member of the Army Navy Air Force Veterans Association, Unit 261 for 27 years. A member of Stratford Right-to-Life and the Campaign Life coalition since 1981. Previously a member of Liberals (Liberal Party of Canada) For Life, and campaigned for a pro-life Liberal candidate in the 1988 federal election (Canadian federal election, 1988). Was a delegate at the Liberal Party national convention in 1990, which elected Jean Chrétien as party leader. Left the Liberal Party for the FCP after this time. Managed FCP candidate Gordon Maloney's election run in the 1990 provincial election (Ontario general election, 1990). First ran for the FCP in the 1999 provincial election (Ontario general election, 1999), and received 1,369 votes, finishing fourth out of five candidates. Received 857 votes in 2003, finishing fifth out of six candidates. The winner on the first occasion was Bert Johnson (Bert Johnson (politician)) of the Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario; the winner on the second occasion was John Wilkinson (John Wilkinson (Ontario politician)) of the Ontario Liberal Party. Murray made his stage debut at Stratford-upon-Avon in 1933, and he played such parts as Seyton in ''Macbeth'', among smaller roles. He later did seasons at the Malvern Festival and at the Birmingham Repertory Theatre, where he played Hamlet. He worked at the Old Vic in London with Laurence Olivier and Tyrone Guthrie. He also played at the Open Air Theatre in Regent's Park, and in the West End. At the Westminster Theatre in 1940 he portrayed the title character in John Drinkwater's ''Abraham Lincoln''. He was in many of the plays of George Bernard Shaw, and he did later engagements at the Mermaid Theatre in London and at Stratford, Ontario. His leading roles on television included Svengali. In 1952 he returned to the Old Vic to play King Lear, and toured Europe in that production. Several years later he also played Lear on radio. Early life Erdman was born in Stratford, Ontario, Canada, on 19 May 1932 to American parents. He graduated from Georgetown University’s Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service. He received his PhD (Doctor of Philosophy) from the University of Basel (Universität Basel). In 1958 he worked as a financial analyst for the European Coal and Steel Community. Between 1959 and 1961, he worked as an economist at the Stanford Research Institute at Menlo Park. demo-cd Perth (Perth County, Ontario), Wellington (Wellington County, Ontario) demo-csd Minto (Minto, Ontario), Wellington North (Wellington North, Ontario), North Perth (North Perth, Ontario), Mapleton (Mapleton, Ontario), West Perth (West Perth, Ontario), Perth East (Perth East, Ontario), Stratford (Stratford, Ontario), Perth South (Perth South, Ontario), St. Marys (St. Marys, Ontario) birth_date

series bizarre

. DATE OF BIRTH 1959-06-29 PLACE OF BIRTH Stratford (Stratford, Ontario), ON (Ontario), CAN (Canada) DATE OF DEATH Akin first came to prominence in the early 1980s when he performed on the zany comedy series ''Bizarre (Bizarre (TV series))''. Other recognizable roles include computer expert Norton Drake from ''War of the Worlds (War of the Worlds (TV series))'', an American television series that went off the air in 1990. His recurring role as Charlie DeSalvo

musical dance

Carol'", ''The New York Times'', November 23, 1985. His next projects, the Alan Jay Lerner–Charles Strouse musical ''Dance a Little Closer'' (1983), Arthur Miller's sole musical, ''Up from Paradise'' (1983),  ''Teddy & Alice'' (1987), ''Ziegfeld'' (1988), and ''Lady in White'' (1988) proved to be far less successful. The City of Stratford (Stratford, Ontario) and Town of St. Marys (St. Marys, Ontario) are part of the census division

international classical

performances by international, classical, and world music artists as well as young Canadian performers around downtown Stratford. The Stratford Concert Band, a local wind ensemble, traces its history back to the GTR Employees Band, later named the CNR Employees' Band formed in 1907 by James Malone.


History", accessed August 16, 2011 Bruce Dow originally performed the role of Pseudolus, but was forced to withdraw from the entire 2009 season due to an injury, and the role was then performed by Sean Cullen as of September 5, 2009. Bacalzo, Dan. "Sean Cullen to Replace Injured Bruce Dow in Stratford 'Forum' "

;, August 17, 2009 Stephen Ouimette played Hysterium. Mirvish Productions presented the earlier Stratford production at the Canon Theatre, Toronto, in December 2010 through January 2011. Bruce Dow and Sean Cullen were alternates in the lead role. Nestruck, J. Kelly. "Theatre Review. 'A Funny Thing

Dow . On July 18, 2011, it was announced that the production will move to La Jolla Playhouse and play from November 18 until December 31. On October 4, 2011 it was announced that this production would transfer to the Neil Simon Theatre on Broadway (Broadway Theatre), with previews beginning March 1, 2012 and an official opening on March 22, 2012 with Tom Hewitt (Tom Hewitt (actor)) taking over the role of Pilate.

education style

programs and research opportunities. It is a forward-looking research, education and convergence centre that will drive the next generation of digital media applications and content models. Using a collaborative education style, the campus will bring students, leading researchers, businesses and entrepreneurs together to create, examine and commercialize opportunities in the digital media space. It is envisioned to quickly become a centrepiece for collaboration, learning and sharing through conferences

driving work

:30 p.m. when Myers' car crossed into the path of an oncoming tractor-trailer on Highway 7 8, east of Stratford. The 48-year-old truck driver suffered minor injuries. Myers was later charged with dangerous operation of a motor vehicle, which he pled guilty to on October 3, 2007. Career Innes

television arts

''The Trojan Women'', directed by Marti Maraden, was performed at the Stratford Shakespeare Festival at the Tom Patterson Theatre in Stratford, Ontario, Canada, from May 14 to October 5, 2008 with Canadian actress Martha Henry as Hecuba. His family immigrated to Canada from England in 1948, settling in Feversham (Feversham, Ontario), Ontario. After a year studying radio and television arts at the Ryerson Institute (Ryerson University) in Toronto, Parsons looked for work at Ontario radio stations and eventually shortened his name to Tony Parsons. His first broadcasting job was as a country and western DJ at CJCS in Stratford (Stratford, Ontario), Ontario. He worked at various radio jobs in Stratford, Guelph, and Hamilton (Hamilton, Ontario), before landing in Toronto. After a brief stint with CHUM (CHUM (AM)) radio, he took his first television job as a reporter at CFTO-TV (CFTO-DT), a CTV (CTV Television Network) affiliate. In response, and also driven by the recent expansion of professional hockey in North America, seven OHA senior teams met to discuss forming a minor professional league that would be affiliated with the National Hockey League. Brantford (Brantford, Ontario) and Toronto were at the initial meeting, but had to bow out, and the remaining five teams became the inaugural members of the CPHL: Hamilton, London (London, Ontario), Niagara Falls (Niagara Falls, Ontario), Stratford (Stratford, Ontario) and Windsor (Windsor, Ontario). Charles King of Windsor was made league president on August 4 and served in that role for all three seasons the CPHL operated. *St. Thomas (St. Thomas, Ontario) - Elgin County (Elgin County, Ontario) *Stratford (Stratford, Ontario) - Perth County (Perth County, Ontario) *Windsor (Windsor, Ontario) - Essex County (Essex County, Ontario) In ''The Lyre of Orpheus'', the executors of the will (Will (law)) of Francis Cornish (the subject of ''What's Bred in the Bone'') find themselves at the head of the "Cornish Foundation". The executors, Simon Darcourt, Arthur Cornish, and Maria Cornish, are called upon to decide what projects deserve funding. They decide that a hitherto-unfinished opera by E.T.A. Hoffmann will be staged at Stratford (Stratford, Ontario), Ontario; to this end, they hire a brilliant young composition student, Hulda Schnakenburg, to complete the opera as the work necessary to qualify her for a PhD., while Darcourt is charged with the completion of the libretto, which James Planché had attempted to write. ''The Lyre of Orpheus'' In the third novel, Simon Darcourt, Arthur Cornish, and Maria Cornish find themselves at the head of the "Cornish Foundation" and are called upon to decide what projects deserve funding. Their first essay into the world of humanist patronage is to support a precocious composer in completing an unfinished opera by E.T.A. Hoffmann entitled ''Arthur of Britain, or the Magnanimous Cuckold'', and then bringing it to the stage at Stratford (Stratford, Ontario), Ontario. The novel follows the course of this project from inception to completion. At the same time, the archetypes in the opera are reflected in the personal lives of those involved: Arthur and Maria as the central "ruling" couple, Arthur's best friend Geraint Powell, a Welsh actor-turned-director as Lancelot, Simon Darcourt as the household cleric and writer, and so on. In this final novel, archetypes tie together the three levels of Arthurian, Romantic, and modern characters. Before entering public life, Wilkinson was a financial planner in Stratford (Stratford, Ontario). He is a certified financial planner and a founder of ''Wilkinson & Keller Financial Planning Ltd'', John Wilkinson Biography he is also a former chair of the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation. He also worked as the finance chair of his church organization for seven years. In 2002, he was awarded the ''Julia Award'' from the Canadian Cystic Fibrosis Association for his volunteer work. '''Harry Thomas "Tom" Patterson''', OC (Order of Canada), O.Ont (Order of Ontario) (June 11, 1920 – February 23, 2005) was a Stratford, Ontario born journalist who went on to found the Stratford Festival of Canada, the largest theatre festival in Canada. Born in Stratford, Ontario, he graduated in medicine from the University of Toronto in 1947, worked for two years at the Grenfell Medical Mission in Newfoundland (Newfoundland and Labrador), and spent one year as the McLaughlin Fellow in Oxford, England. Salter then returned to join the medical staff at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto in 1955. He was later was appointed Surgeon-in-Chief. During her career, she spent several seasons at the Stratford Festival of Canada in Stratford, Ontario and has appeared in a number of television series and motion pictures. Grimes has also entertained at various New York City night clubs and recorded several albums of songs; she also recited poetry as part of a 1968 solo act in the Persian Room of the Plaza Hotel. Her voice can be heard in romantic duets on some of Ben Bagley's anthology albums of Broadway songs under his Painted Smiles record label. In 1982, she hosted the final season of ''CBS Radio Mystery Theater''. In 1983 Grimes was dismissed from her co-starring role in the Neil Simon play ''Actors and Actresses'', reportedly due to an inability to learn her lines. "Tammy Grimes Dismissed From Play", The New York Times, 12 February 1983 North Wellesley (Wellesley, Ontario) West Stratford (Stratford, Ontario), Shakespeare (Shakespeare, Ontario) Center New Hamburg On May 20, 2010, Haliburton applied to the CRTC to acquire CJJM-FM in Espanola, Ontario, which was owned by Joco Communications and received approval on August 12, 2010. Broadcasting Decision CRTC 2010-565 Formerly branded as Joco Radio, the station was rebranded as Moose FM in September 2010. The company also announced subsequent deals to acquire CJJM's former sister station CFSF-FM in Sturgeon Falls (Sturgeon Falls, Ontario), Broadcasting Notice of Consultation CRTC 2010-935 as well as CJCS and CHGK-FM in Stratford (Stratford, Ontario); these transactions were approved by the CRTC on February 21, 2011. "Haliburton Broadcasting Group Inc. buys three Ontario radio stations". Canadian Press, September 17, 2010. Broadcasting Decision CRTC 2011-110 Broadcasting Decision CRTC 2011-111 * Prescott (Prescott, Ontario) - NEW 107.9 (107.9 FM Prescott, Ontario) * Stratford (Stratford, Ontario) - CJCS, CHGK-FM * Sturgeon Falls (Sturgeon Falls, Ontario) - CFSF-FM October events * October 3 - Grand Trunk Railway begins converting its track between Stratford, Ontario, and Montreal from 5 ft 6 in (1,676 mm) (broad gauge) to

Stratford, Ontario

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'''Stratford''' is a city on the Avon River (Avon River (Ontario)) in Perth County (Perth County, Ontario) in southwestern (Southwestern Ontario) Ontario, Canada, with a population of 30,886 as of 2011 (Canada 2011 Census).

When the area was first settled by Europeans in 1832, the townsite and the river were named after Stratford-upon-Avon, England. It is the seat (County seat) of Perth County (Perth County, Ontario). Stratford was incorporated as a town in 1859 and as a city in 1886. The first mayor was John Corry Wilson Daly and the current mayor is Dan Mathieson. The swan has become a symbol of the city. Each year twenty-four white swans and two black swans are released into the Avon River. The town is well known for being the home of the Stratford Shakespeare Festival.

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