titled the ''Bachman-Cummings Song Book'' featuring songs from The Guess Who, Bachman–Turner Overdrive and Cummings' solo career. They have also released an album titled ''The Thunderbird Trax'', which is an album that Cummings and Bachman recorded in Bachman's toolshed in British Columbia in 1987. Previously unreleased until 2006, it was made available exclusively at Bachman-Cummings concerts, and is now available on the Bachman-Cummings website. ''Liquidambar styraciflua'' is commonly
prizes in homiletics and Greek and was the senior student and valedictorian in his graduating year. Canada had hip hop (hip hop music) artists right from the early days of the scene — the first known Canadian rap single, Singing Fools' "The Bum Rap", was released in 1982. Singing Fools at Jam!'s Pop Music Encyclopedia. Toronto's CKLN-FM was also an early supporter of the genre
, Canada and to give a lecture to students at Ryerson University. The Ryerson Students' Union (RSU) had endorsed the event as it called for grade school curricula to acknowledge the historical contribution of African-Canadians (Black Canadians) and African-Americans, and for the Brampton, Ontario super jail project to be dismantled.
heritage browseLetter.do?letter B . It overlooks The Grange that is today attached to the Art Gallery of Ontario. Ron moved to Toronto, Ontario in 2007, playing Seymour in Little Shop of Horrors (Little Shop of Horrors (musical)) at The Canadian Stage Company. In 2008 he appeared with the Vancouver Arts Club Theatre Company playing Carmen Ghia in an extensive run of Mel Brooks’ musical ''The Producers (The Producers (musical))'', for which he was nominated
provinces , Quebec, Ontario, and the United States. The Pan-American or '''Pan American Games''' (also known colloquially as the '''Pan Am Games''') are a major event in the Americas featuring summer and formerly winter sports, in which thousands of athletes participate in a variety of competitions (multi-sport event). The Pan American Games are the second largest multi-sport event after the Summer Olympics.
Water Aerodrome Toronto, Ontario - crosses Avoca Ravine locale Toronto, Canada maint '''The Vale of Avoca''' is the name of a deep ravine and of a large viaduct which carries St. Clair Avenue over the ravine, both within the city of Toronto. When built in the early 1920s, the triple arch bridge served to connect the well-established community of Deer Park (Deer Park, Toronto) with the developing community of Moore Park, Toronto Moore Park
, effectively separating the beaches from the city and causing the demolition of the amusement park; over the years attempts have been made to re-energize this area, but the Gardiner remains a major barrier, as well as a source of noise and pollution to keep away would-be beach-goers. On the plus side, the beaches are largely empty most of the time, providing solitude for those who seek it. The third major beach area in the city runs along the south shore of the Toronto Islands (Toronto Islands). This area is pleasantly secluded, with most of the islands covered with parkland and a small amusement park. Hanlan's Point Beach on the western shore of the islands is the City of Toronto's only officially recognized clothing optional beach, and a popular gay hangout. Despite these options, many Torontonians prefer to leave the city for beach trips; the most popular beaches are those in the Georgian Bay area north of Toronto, Wasaga Beach in particular is very popular during the summer. * Commons:Category:Toronto WikiPedia:Toronto dmoz:Regional North America Canada Ontario Localities T Toronto
Canada party Liberal (New Brunswick Liberal Association) He resigned in September of that year to become minister of public works in the federal Liberal (Liberal Party of Canada) government of Sir Wilfrid Laurier. He served in that position until the government's defeat in the 1911 federal election (Canadian federal election, 1911), but remained as an Member of Parliament (MP) until 1917 when he was appointed the List of lieutenant governors of New Brunswick
Musician" Unlike previous albums, Mike Turner took little part in writing the album. Recording began in mid-January 1999. The band isolated themselves in the studio with little outside contact. They spent one and a half months recording the bed tracks of vocals and guitar and a week and a half each for drum and bass parts. The album took four months to record in all. For the first time, this album was recorded entirely on digital equipment using ProTools to edit. "It's the best thing for us because you don't have to wait between takes like if I'm doing a vocal take or Jeremy's doing drum stuff, if you want to do it again, you can do it instantaneously." Other new effects the band used included filtering percussion through a distortion box and recording guitar parts through antique microphones, including one used by Stevie Wonder. Although Raine Maida had begun living in Los Angeles, The band came together in Toronto to start writing new material towards the end of touring for ''Spiritual Machines''. They did it this time without the usual help of producer Arnold Lanni, who at the time was working with fellow Canadian band and management-mates Simple Plan on their debut album, ''No Pads, No Helmets...Just Balls''. Bliss, Karen "OLP to Record with Bob Rock" - ''Canoe.ca'' 25 Oct. 2001. Retrieved December 10, 2009 Jamie Edwards was credited for the first and last time as a songwriter on this album. Three songs written by the band made the record but most were written by Maida during the 2001 holiday season. Taylor, Lewis "Stripped Down and Ready to Rock" - ''Eugene Register-Guard'' 29 Nov. 2002. Retrieved December 14, 2009 Steve Mazur's late official entry into the band meant he took no part in songwriting. executive_producer Deborah A. Forte (Deborah Forte) Bill Siegler location Toronto, Ontario, Canada runtime 22–23 minutes per episode Upper Canada College, a private school in Toronto, and Ridley College, an international, university-preparatory boarding school located in St. Catharines, Ontario, use the title ''Head Boy'' differently, applying it to the student who has achieved the highest academic standing in their graduating class, similar, in principle, to the valedictorian at an American high school. What would otherwise be known as a Head of School at an equivalent British institution is known at Upper Canada College as the Head Steward (Upper Canada College Board of Stewards). The day of the performance comes, and everyone who attends is shocked to find out that not only has Terrance become morbidly obese, but Phillip is not with him. Instead, there is a stand-in who performs with him, much to everyone's dismay. The boys demand to know what happened between the two performers, and Terrance tells them that he and Phillip have disbanded due to creative problems. They are in fact arguing over who deserves most of the credit for their show. Terrance informs the boys that Phillip is currently in Toronto, performing Canadian Shakespeare (William Shakespeare), but with or without him, he is willing to perform. The boys tell everyone at the Earth Day show about this issue. The environmentalists become violently angry, as they have already heavily promoted the appearance. The boys are told to go to Canada immediately to convince Phillip to perform, or face the consequences. The foursome travel to Toronto to see his performance in ''Hamlet'', which they find exceptionally dull. They inform Phillip of the Earth Day show after the play ends, but he initially refuses when they mention Terrance will be in it. Kyle lies and tells Phillip that the people of South Park only want to see Phillip anyway, and not Terrance. This placates him and he agrees to come, but all four boys worry about what will happen when they both come across each other at the festival and begin to argue. Early life Page was born and raised in Halifax (Halifax Regional Municipality), Nova Scotia, Canada, the daughter of Martha Philpotts, a teacher, and Dennis Page, a graphic designer. Commons:Category:Toronto WikiPedia:Toronto dmoz:Regional North America Canada Ontario Localities T Toronto
''The Brood'' was filmed in Toronto and Mississauga, Ontario, ''The Brood'' in the Internet Movie Database. on a budget of C$ (Canadian dollar)1,500,000. It was a financial success, and executive producer Victor Solnicki (who also produced Cronenberg's ''Scanners'' and ''Videodrome'') called it his favorite Cronenberg picture. Cronenberg called it the most classic horror film he did
leader_title4 MPPs (Member of Provincial Parliament (Ontario)) leader_name4 title List of MPPs frame_style border:none; padding: 0; title_style list_style text-align:left;display:none; 1 Laura Albanese 2 Yvan Baker 3 Bas Balkissoon 4 Lorenzo Berardinetti 5 Michael Colle 6 Michael Coteau 7 Cheri DiNovo 8 Han Dong (Han Dong (politician)) 9 Brad Duguid 10 Eric Hoskins 11 Mitzie Hunter 12 Monte Kwinter 13 Tracy MacCharles 14 Cristina Martins 15 Peter Milczyn 16 Glen Murray (Glen Murray (politician)) 17 Arthur Potts (Arthur Potts (politician)) 18 Shafiq Qaadri 19 Mario Sergio (Mario Sergio (politician)) 20 Peter Tabuns 21 Soo Wong 22 Kathleen Wynne 23 David Zimmer settled_title Settled settled_date 1750 (as Fort Rouillé) established_title Established established_date August 27, 1793 (as York (York, Upper Canada)) established_title1 Incorporated (Municipal corporation) established_date1 March 6, 1834 (as Toronto) established_title2 Amalgamated (Merger (politics)) established_date2 January 1, 1998 (from Metropolitan Toronto) unit_pref Metric area_magnitude area_total_km2 630.21 area_metro_km2 5905.71 area_urban_km2 1751.49 elevation_m 76 area_footnotes (2011) population_note population_as_of 2011 population_total 2615060 (1st (List of the 100 largest municipalities in Canada by population)) population_density_km2 4149.5 population_metro 5583064 (1st (List of the 100 largest metropolitan areas in Canada)) population_urban 5132794 (1st (List of the 100 largest urban areas in Canada)) population_demonym Torontonian population_footnotes blank_name_sec2 GDP blank_info_sec2 US$ (American dollar) 276.3 billion blank1_name_sec2 GDP per capita blank1_info_sec2 US$ 45,771 timezone EST (Eastern Time Zone) utc_offset -5 timezone_DST EDT (Eastern Daylight Time) utc_offset_DST -4 postal_code_type Postal code span postal_code M (List of M postal codes of Canada) area_code 416, 647, 437 (Area codes 416, 647 and 437) website latd 43 latm 42 lats latNS N longd 79 longm 24 longs longEW W coordinates_display 1 blank_name NTS (National Topographic System) Map blank_info 030M11 blank1_name GNBC (Geographical Names Board of Canada) Code blank1_info FEUZB '''Toronto''' (
The history of Toronto began in the late 18th century when the British Crown (The Crown) purchased (Toronto Purchase) its land from the Mississaugas of the New Credit (Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation). The settlement established there became York (York, Upper Canada), which lieutenant governor (Lieutenant Governor of Upper Canada) John Graves Simcoe designated as the capital of Upper Canada. The city was ransacked in the Battle of York during the War of 1812. In 1834, York became a city and renamed (Name of Toronto) to Toronto. It was damaged in two huge fires in 1849 (Great Fire of Toronto (1849)) and 1904 (Great Fire of Toronto (1904)). Since 1954, the city occasionally expanded its borders through amalgamation (Amalgamation of Toronto) with surrounding municipalities, most recently occurring in 1998. This process has left Toronto with clearly defined neighbourhood (list of neighbourhoods in Toronto)s that have retained their distinctive nature, earning it the nickname the "City of Neighbourhoods".
Toronto is at the heart of the Greater Toronto Area, and of the densely populated region in Southern Ontario known as the Golden Horseshoe. Its cosmopolitan (cosmopolitanism) and international population
As Canada's commercial capital, it is home to the Toronto Stock Exchange and the headquarters of Canada's five largest banks (Big Five (banks)). http: www.fraserinstitute.org WorkArea DownloadAsset.aspx?id 2520 Leading economic sectors in the city include finance, business services, telecommunications, aerospace, transportation, media, arts, publishing, software production, medical research, education, tourism, and engineering. City of Toronto (2007) – Toronto economic overview, Key industry clusters and A Diversified Economy