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musical works

, and this prevented it from ever becoming an official anthem, even though it was seriously considered for that role and was even used as a de facto anthem in many instances. Canadian Musical works 1800–1980'' a bibliography of general and analytical sources. Ottawa : Canadian Association of Music Libraries, 1983. (ISBN 0708896358) thumb 300px (File:Maple Leaf Forever.jpg) CBC (Canadian Broadcasting Corporation) Radio's '' Metro Morning

of Canada''') is the Canadian (Canada) copyright collective for the right to communicate to the public and publicly perform musical works. SOCAN administers these rights on behalf of its members (composers, lyricists, songwriters, and their publishers) and those of affiliated international organizations by licensing the use of their music in Canada. The fees collected are distributed as royalties to its members and to affiliated organizations throughout the world. SOCAN also


comedic style

. The show's bandleader and musical director was Orin Isaacs. Part of Bullard's comedic style was interacting with audience members during his opening monologue, often deriving humour from finding ways to poke fun at an audience member's expense. 2009 Tamil protests in Canada


play development

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shooting scenes

. In a January 2009 interview, Sagat revealed that he resided in Toronto for more than six months while shooting scenes for the movie ''Saw VI''. JustUsBoys.com Magazine thumb 250px Spanish edition of ''Hannah Arendt. For the love of the world'' (File:Hannah Arendt Young-Bruehl 09.jpg) '''Elisabeth Young-Bruehl''' (3 March 1946 – 1 December 2011), born '''Elisabeth Bulkley Young''', was an American (United States) academic and psychotherapist (psychotherapy), who from 2007 until her death had resided in Toronto, Canada.She published a wide range of books, most notably biographies of Hannah Arendt and Anna Freud. Elisabeth Young-Bruehl, ''Vigil'', Louisiana State University Press, 1983, ISBN 0-8071-1075-2. Her 1982 biography of Hannah Arendt won the first Harcourt Award while ''The Anatomy of Prejudices'' won the Association of American Publishers' prize for Best Book in Psychology in 1996. Excerpted reviews of ''The Anatomy of Prejudices'', Harvard University Press. Accessed 29 November 2006. She was a member of the Toronto Psychoanalytic Society and co-founder of Caversham Productions, a company that makes psychoanalytic educational materials. Caversham Productions Accessed 17 January 2011. He was born in Kingston (Kingston, Ontario) in 1804, the son of Richard Cartwright (Richard Cartwright (Upper Canada)), who died while John was still young, and Magdalen Secord, sister-in-law of Laura Secord. After studying law at Toronto and Oxford he articled in the offices of John Beverley Robinson (John Beverley Robinson (Upper Canada politician)) and was called to the bar in 1825. In 1827, after the death of his mother, he continued to study law at Lincoln's Inn in London; he returned to Kingston in 1830. In 1832, he became the first president of the Commercial Bank of the Midland District. In 1834, he became a judge in the Midland District (Midland District, Ontario) and he was named Queen's Counsel in 1838. In 1836, he was elected to the 13th Parliament of Upper Canada representing Lennox (Lennox County, Ontario) and Addington (Addington County, Ontario) and represented it again in the 1st Parliament of the Province of Canada. He attempted to ensure that British institutions would be preserved in the new union. In 1834, he proposed a form of juvenile reform school that he called "Juvenile Houses of Refuge"; this resolution was not implemented. In 1844, he travelled to England to attempt to prevent the movement of the capital from Kingston to Montreal. He was also lieutenant-colonel in the local militia. Commons:Category:Toronto WikiPedia:Toronto dmoz:Regional North America Canada Ontario Localities T Toronto


international played

The Australian, published: 10 December 2009, accessed: 10 December 2009 '''Christopher James David Chappell''' (born 17 July 1955 in Toronto) was a Canadian (Canada) cricketer: a right-handed batsman who opened the batting for the Canadian team (Canadian cricket team) in their first ever One Day International, played against Pakistan (Pakistani cricket team) at the 1979 World Cup (1979 Cricket World Cup), and had two further ODI appearances, both in the same tournament


association award

and Technology , the Foreign Affairs College (both in China), and the University of British Columbia. His novel ''Crabbe'' was partly inspired by his days as a student at Lakeshore Collegiate Institute. Bell was also a teacher at ODCVI. Bell has won the Belgium Prize for Excellence, the Ruth Schwartz Award, the Mr. Christie’s Book Award Association Award. He lives Orillia (Orillia, Ontario), Ontario, and is a former head of English at Orillia District Collegiate and Vocational

Association Award for Poetry and a nomination for the Governor General's Award (1991 Governor General's Awards) for her second collection, ''Miner's Pond'' (1991). Michaels has written two novels. She is best known for her novel ''Fugitive Pieces'' (Fugitive Pieces (novel)) (1996) Library of Toronto Profile (1997 in the UK)


lead+location

, they spent the following two weeks convoying reinforcements and supplies to General Dearborn. editor Jordan Taylor (Lead) location Vancouver, British Columbia Toronto, Ontario San Francisco, California Los Angeles, California cinematography Richard Grundy The show features previews of upcoming videogames, videogame industry news, and interviews with celebrity gamers and people


urban exploration

;''Bata Shoes Headquarters'', Urban Exploration Resource Other Bata family contributions to Canadian life include: Mrs. Sonja I. Bata founding the Bata Shoe Museum in Toronto in 1998, Mr. and Mrs. Bata being supporters of Trent University, where the ''Thomas J. Bata Library'' bears Bata's name and supporters of York University in Toronto. '''Susan Ioannou''' (born 1944) is a Canadian (Canada) poet who lives

; pop1 '''Jeff Chapman''' (19 September 1973 – 23 August 2005), better known by the pseudonym '''Ninjalicious''', was a Toronto-based urban explorer (Urban exploration), fountaineer, writer and founder of the urban exploration zine ''Infiltration: the zine about going places you're not supposed to go''. He was also a prominent author and editor for ''YIP magazine'' " Ninjalicious


visual dramatic

Zealand Herald Christopher Tolkien has since denied these claims saying, "My own position is that ''The Lord of the Rings'' is peculiarly unsuitable to transformation into visual dramatic form. The suggestions that have been made that I 'disapprove' of the films, even to the extent of thinking ill of those with whom I may differ, are wholly without foundation." He added that he had never "expressed any such feeling". Commons:Category:Toronto WikiPedia:Toronto dmoz:Regional North America Canada Ontario Localities T Toronto


great art

prize work The Globe and Mail location Toronto date 6 October 2005 first Lisa last Rochon page R3 accessdate 2007-11-29 One critic praised the building as a "blazingly uncynical embrace of the Enlightenment (Age of Enlightenment) values of truth and reason" and a "comforting reminder of the civilizing function of great art in a barbaric age." Commons:Category:Toronto WikiPedia:Toronto dmoz:Regional North America Canada Ontario Localities T Toronto

Toronto

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

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