Thornhill, Ontario

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Kevin Maher''' (born March 30, 1960 in Ottawa, Ontario) is a former Canadian (Canada) marathon (marathon (sport)) runner who competed mainly in the 1990s. He was a resident of Thornhill (Thornhill, Ontario), a suburb of Toronto. He was credited for a brief period with the world record time for 25km. Maher represented Canada in the Olympic men's marathons in Seoul, 1988 and Barcelona, 1992. He is said to be the originator of the quote


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, to which the school is given limited access. The school is part of the York Region District School Board. Westmount is one of the 29 secondary schools in the board which comprises 191 schools altogether. York Region District School Board Westmount is known for its arts program and its strong academic program. Many awards have been given to recognize the art, drama, dance, and music program known as ArtsWest


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, to which the school is given limited access. The school is part of the York Region District School Board. Westmount is one of the 29 secondary schools in the board which comprises 191 schools altogether. York Region District School Board Westmount is known for its arts program and its strong academic program. Many awards have been given to recognize the art, drama, dance, and music program known as ArtsWest. Mathematics and Science was also recognized with York Regional awards. '''Associated Hebrew Schools of Toronto''' is a private traditional elementary (Primary education) (nursery to Grade 5) and middle school (Grade 6 to Grade 8) Jewish day school with two campuses in Toronto, Ontario and one campus in Thornhill, Ontario. The three branches are; the Kamin Education Centre (Bet Hayeled – Gr. 5) located in Thornhill, the Posluns Education Centre (Bet Hayeled – Gr. 5) located in Toronto, and the Hurwich Education Centre (Danilack Middle School) also located in Toronto. Founded in 1907, it was incorporated as a not-for profit organization in 1922. With a total enrollment of about 2,000 students, it is the largest elementary and middle school for Jewish children in Toronto. Early life and career Cameron Mathison was born on August 25, 1969 in Sarnia, Ontario, Canada. At an early age, he was diagnosed with Perthes disease, and spent nearly four years with braces on his legs. As a result of early treatment, Mathison has avoided the arthritis that is usually representative of Perthes disease cases. Mathison attended Thornlea Secondary School in Thornhill, Ontario and McGill University in Montreal, Quebec. He graduated in 1991 with a Bachelor's Degree in Civil Engineering. By 1969, the Township of Markham consisted of several villages, including Markham, Unionville, and parts of Thornhill (Thornhill, Ontario). In 1971, the Regional Municipality of York (York Regional Municipality, Ontario) was established by the Government of Ontario. Northern portions of Markham Township were annexed to the municipalities of Richmond Hill and Whitchurch-Stouffville (Whitchurch-Stouffville, Ontario), while the balance of Markham Township was incorporated in the Town of Markham and the present town boundaries set. At present Markham comprises several distinct communities: Markham Village, Cornell (Cornell, Ontario), Unionville (Unionville, Ontario), Wismer Commons (Wismer Commons, Ontario), Milliken (Milliken, Ontario) and Thornhill (Thornhill, Ontario). Since the 1980s the town has been recognized as a suburb of Toronto, though it has an independent economy. Many high-tech industries have located in Markham for the relative abundance of land, low tax rates and good transportation routes. ATI Technologies, IBM Canada, Apple Computer Canada, Motorola Canada and many other well-known companies have chosen Markham as their home in Canada. Hence, the town has been branding itself as Canada's "High-Tech Capital". '''Iranian Canadians''' or '''Persian Canadians''' http: pm.gc.ca eng media.asp?category 1&id 2712 https: www.cspi.org motion.asp?siteid 100366&lgid 1&menuid 5376&prodid 122037&cat 9869 are Canadians of Iranian Persian (Iran) national background or descent. Their numbers are estimated as 121,510 from the 2006 Canadian census and the main communities can be found in Southern Ontario, British Columbia, and Quebec; the vast majority, however, live in the northern suburbs of Toronto such as Richmond Hill (Richmond Hill, Ontario), Vaughan (Vaughan, Ontario), Markham (Markham, Ontario), and Thornhill (Thornhill, Ontario), and in the municipalities of Vancouver such as: North Vancouver (North Vancouver, British Columbia), West Vancouver (West Vancouver, British Columbia), Burnaby (Burnaby, British Columbia), and Coquitlam (Coquitlam, British Columbia). An estimated total of 46,255 Iranians currently reside in the Greater Toronto Area, 29,265 in the Greater Vancouver Area, 9,535 in the Greater Montreal Area, and the remainder are spread out in the other major cities in Canada based on the 2006 Canadian Census. However, these numbers only represent the people who immigrated from Iran and filled out the census survey. There are an estimated 50,000 more Iranians who did not fill out the survey and were born outside Iran including Canada. ) is a private Orthodox Jewish elementary school in Thornhill (Thornhill, Ontario), Ontario. The school is mostly characterized by its Modern Orthodox and Zionist approach to the entire curriculum, with an emphasis on "Ivrit b'Ivrit" (Hebrew subjects taught in Hebrew) and teachers who are shlichim, Israeli emissaries living in Canada on short three-to-five year terms. This gives students an authentic taste of modern Israeli language and culture. As well, the students learn better Hebrew from the shlichim.


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Scholastic accessdate 2 February 2011 Korman received a BA from New York University in 1985; his degree was in Dramatic and Visual Writing with a minor in Motion Picture and Television. Korman was born

Korman received a BA from New York University in 1985; his degree was in Dramatic and Visual Writing with a minor in Motion Picture and Television. death_date origin Thornhill


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on this website. I even created this article, but now realize it was wrong. Theonlyedge (User:Theonlyedge) 22:02, 11 April 2006 (UTC) *'''Merge''' Important enough for a mention, but not for his own page. CJCurrie (User:CJCurrie) 21:03, 20 April 2006 (UTC) *'''Keep, Don't Merge''': this guy has made multiple runs for elected office at multiple levels. Also, he has been an activist on other issues. He is very likely to be a candidate in the Thornhill (Thornhill, Ontario) area again, possibly numerous times, especially as he is a very young candidate. NDP Johnny (User:Ndpjohnny) 22:06, 20 April 2006 (UTC) - align "center" '''Toronto Canada Moose''' 2006 Thornhill (Thornhill, Ontario) Thornhill Community Centre - align "center" bgcolor "#dddddd" '''Netivot HaTorah Day School''' ( ) is a private Orthodox Jewish elementary school in Thornhill (Thornhill, Ontario), Ontario. The school is mostly characterized by its Modern Orthodox and Zionist approach to the entire curriculum, with an emphasis on "Ivrit b'Ivrit" (Hebrew subjects taught in Hebrew) and teachers who are shlichim, Israeli emissaries living in Canada on short three-to-five year terms. This gives students an authentic taste of modern Israeli language and culture. As well, the students learn better Hebrew from the shlichim.


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) is a private Orthodox Jewish elementary school in Thornhill (Thornhill, Ontario), Ontario. The school is mostly characterized by its Modern Orthodox and Zionist approach to the entire curriculum, with an emphasis on "Ivrit b'Ivrit" (Hebrew subjects taught in Hebrew) and teachers who are shlichim, Israeli emissaries living in Canada on short three-to-five year terms. This gives students an authentic taste of modern Israeli language and culture. As well, the students learn better Hebrew from the shlichim.


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; Korman moved to the United States to attend college at New York University where he studied in the film and film-writing department.

: www.thestar.com printArticle 611407 title Prodigy or precocious? last Zlomislic first Diana date April 1, 2009 work Toronto Star accessdate 2 February 2011 Korman moved to the United States to attend college at New York University where he studied in the film and film-writing department.


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, Ontario , Canada. He was an athlete in high school, playing hockey competitively and tennis on a provincial (Province) level. ) is a private Orthodox Jewish elementary school in Thornhill (Thornhill, Ontario), Ontario. The school is mostly characterized by its Modern Orthodox and Zionist approach to the entire curriculum, with an emphasis on "Ivrit b'Ivrit" (Hebrew subjects taught in Hebrew) and teachers who are shlichim, Israeli emissaries living in Canada on short three-to-five year terms. This gives students an authentic taste of modern Israeli language and culture. As well, the students learn better Hebrew from the shlichim.


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highschool.html title Tiny things are nice: highschool publisher Tinythingsarenice.blogspot.ca date 2006-06-08 accessdate 2012-06-12 – Folk rock musician and songwriter. *hHead – alternative rock band of the 1990s *Moxy Früvous – Musical group of the 1990s whose songs featured satirical themes (included CBC personality Jian Ghomeshi) *Robert Goulet – singer performer

Thornhill, Ontario

'''Thornhill''' (2011 population (Canada 2011 Census) 110,430 ) is a suburban neighbourhood in the Greater Toronto Area of Southern (Southern Ontario) Ontario, Canada, located on the northern border of the city of Toronto. Once a municipal village, Thornhill is now a community and postal designation geographically split into two municipalities along Yonge Street, the city of Vaughan (Vaughan, Ontario) to the west and the city of Markham (Markham, Ontario) to the east. According to the 2001 Census (Canada 2001 Census), the population of Thornhill-Vaughan was 56,361, It is immediately south and south-west of Richmond Hill (Richmond Hill, Ontario).

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