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Niagara Falls, Ontario

Stamford Township, resulting in a doubling of population. With the creation of a Niagara regional government (Regional Municipality of Niagara, Ontario) in 1970, the city absorbed the village of Chippawa (Chippawa, Ontario), Willoughby (Willoughby, Ontario) Township and part of Crowland (Crowland, Ontario) Township, creating the present-day municipal boundaries. The city's official historian is Sherman Zavitz, who gives regular radio broadcasts on many aspects of Niagara's history. History The GGR was organized in 1895 as the Niagara Falls & Lewiston. It was reorganized and became the Niagara Gorge Railroad and operated until a Rock Slide on September 17, 1935. The Great Gorge Route was part of the "Niagara Gorge Belt Line". This service was jointly with the IRC "Canadian Scenic Route" on the Canadian side of the River from Niagara Falls, Ontario to Queenston, Ontario. Crossings were made on the Falls View Bridge in Niagara Falls and the Lewiston-Queenston Suspension Bridge. The IRC in Niagara Falls interchanged with the Niagara, St. Catharines & Toronto (NS&T), Canadian National; Toronto, Hamilton and Buffalo Railway; Pere Marquette Railway and New York Central subsidiary Michigan Central Railroad. * '''Casino:''' Fallsview Casino Resort, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada * '''Buy-in:''' C$2,500


Saint John, New Brunswick

band of musicians by that point and in 1934, they began a regular radio show for the Canadian Radio Broadcasting Commission (forerunner to the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation or CBC), broadcasting from CHSJ in Saint John under the name the ''New Brunswick Lumberjacks''. Messer also began to make personal appearances throughout the Maritimes and New England using a smaller group named the "Backwoods Breakdown". '''Catherine McKinnon''' (born May 14, 1944 in Saint John, New Brunswick) The Canadian Encyclopedia retrieved 5-11-2010. is a Canadian (Canada) actress and folk (folk music) pop (pop music) singer. * Mississauga Transit advertising on buses * Transit shelter contracts in the municipalities of: Halifax (Halifax Regional Municipality), Cape Breton (Cape Breton Regional Municipality), Saint John (Saint John, New Brunswick), Quebec City, Saguenay (Saguenay, Quebec), Trois-Rivières, Sherbrooke, Montreal, Oakville (Oakville, Ontario), Mississauga, Vaughan, Richmond Hill (Richmond Hill, Ontario), Markham (Markham, Ontario), Pickering (Pickering, Ontario), Newmarket (Newmarket, Ontario), Hamilton (Hamilton, Ontario), London (London, Ontario), Windsor (Windsor, Ontario), Leamington (Leamington, Ontario), Sarnia, Barrie, Winnipeg, Calgary, Edmonton, and Vancouver * In addition CBS Outdoor Canada represents products including billboards, murals and large format products like Superboards in the top markets across the country. The '''Saint John Sea Dogs''' are a major junior ice hockey team in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League, entering the league as an expansion team in 2005. The Sea Dogs play at Harbour Station, Saint John, New Brunswick, with a capacity of 6,488. On May 29, 2011, the Sea Dogs became the first team from Atlantic Canada to win the Memorial Cup. birth_date February 10, 1849 birth_place Saint John (Saint John, New Brunswick), New Brunswick death_date July 9, 1925 (aged 76) DeVeber was born February 10, 1849, in Saint John (Saint John, New Brunswick), New Brunswick. His great-grandfather, Gabriel DeVeber, had been a British army officer who was rewarded for his service in the American Revolution with land in New Brunswick, where his descendants had lived since. Blue 267 Leverett George DeVeber was educated in Saint John and Kingston (Kingston, New Brunswick) before attending King's College (University of King's College) in Windsor (Windsor, Nova Scotia), Nova Scotia. Blue 268 He was a prominent rower (rowing (sport)) in New Brunswick, and also played cricket (cricket (sport)) and baseball and took part in shooting, hunting, and fishing events. Blue 269 At the time, New Brunswick operated on electoral districts with fixed boundaries, and the number of members to which they were entitled varied based upon their respective population. From 1926 to 1967, each of the province's 15 counties (county) was a district. The cities of Saint John (Saint John, New Brunswick) and Moncton were districts in their own rights. These districts elected members using the bloc voting (Plurality-at-large voting) system. thumb The Bank of New Brunswick (Image:Bank_of_New_Brunswick_Building_2.JPG) The Bank of New Brunswick Building in Saint John, New Brunswick built in 1879 is on the Registry of Historical Places of Canada. http: www.historicplaces.ca visit-visite affichage-display.aspx?id 12142 Bank of New Brunswick The Bank of New Brunswick on 268 Water Street, Summerside, Prince Edward Island, built 1909 to 1910 is on the Registry of Historical Places of Canada. http: www.historicplaces.ca visit-visite affichage-display.aspx?id 10059 Bank of New Brunswick In 2006, MacLean spent time in Saint John, New Brunswick, working as a teacher at the city's new School of Rock and Film. Mazerolle, John. "Rock school strikes a chord with overlapping disciplines: Talented Saint John residents can learn at home", ''Telegraph-Journal'', 2006-10-27, p. B1. MacLean created the music company hMh Music, and was its artistic director. An academy officially opened in Toronto on September 2, 2008, and featured programs such as audio engineering and DJ arts. Commissioners * David Brown (David Brown (lawyer)) of Saint John (Saint John, New Brunswick), legal counsel to the New Brunswick Union of Public and Private Employees. * Normand Carrier of Edmundston, a former vice-president for the Edmundston campus of the Université de Moncton. Rothesay-Kings*† Saint John-Kings loses most of the city of Saint John (Saint John, New Brunswick) that lies within its boundaries to Saint John-Fundy and the renamed Saint John East districts and changes its name to reflect the importance of the town of Rothesay (Rothesay, New Brunswick) and the fact that little of Saint John remains Canada In Canada, the first station to start airing the locally produced version of ''Romper Room'' was CKLW-TV (CBET-TV) in Windsor, Ontario, which at the time was serving the Detroit, Michigan television market, in 1954, the year the station signed on. Besides Windsor, CJCH-TV in Halifax (Halifax Regional Municipality), Nova Scotia also produced a local version during the 1960s, which was hosted by "Miss Ann" (Ann Wilson). This version later moved to CHSJ-TV (CBAT-TV) in Saint John, New Brunswick during the 1970s. "Miss Ann of Saint John children's TV dies at 80." CBC News. Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, 20 Feb 2009. Web. 7 Aug 2011. . Other local versions were produced at CHCH-TV in Hamilton, Ontario, CHBC-TV in Kelowna, BC, CJAY-TV in Winnipeg, CKVR-TV in Barrie, Ontario hosted by "Miss Lois" (Lois Welsman) and CFCF-TV in Montreal. In Newfoundland and Labrador, a local version was produced on CJON-TV (NTV) in St. John's (St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador), and there was another local version produced in Grand Falls-Windsor (Grand Falls-Windsor, Newfoundland and Labrador). The version in Toronto aired on CFTO-TV. E&NA “Eastern Extension” (Saint John to Shediac) The railway most commonly referred to as the E&NA in Canada was built between Saint John (Saint John, New Brunswick) and Shediac, New Brunswick as a segment of Poor’s vision of a Portland-Nova Scotia line. Ide first got involved in broadcasting while he was a teenager in Saint John (Saint John, New Brunswick), New Brunswick and had an after school job doing movie reviews at a radio station. David Lancashire, "The Godfather who made a network tick", ''Globe and Mail'', June 21, 1979 ''Montréal'' was laid down on 8 February 1991 at Saint John Shipbuilding Ltd. (Saint John Shipbuilding), Saint John (Saint John, New Brunswick) and launched on 28 February 1992. She was officially commissioned into the CF on 29 September 1993 and carries the hull classification symbol (hull classification symbol (Canada)) 336. ''Fredericton'' was laid down on 25 April 1992 at Saint John Shipbuilding Ltd. (Saint John Shipbuilding), Saint John (Saint John, New Brunswick) and launched on 26 June 1993. She was officially commissioned into the CF on 10 September 1994 and carries the hull classification symbol (hull classification symbol (Canada)) 337. ''Charlottetown'' was laid down on 18 December 1993 at Saint John Shipbuilding Ltd. (Saint John Shipbuilding), Saint John (Saint John, New Brunswick) and launched on 1 October 1994. She was officially commissioned into the CF on 9 September 1995 and carries the hull classification symbol (hull classification symbol (Canada)) 339. thumb left Canadian Sailors aboard the Canadian Halifax-class frigate HMCS Ottawa handle mooring lines. (File:US Navy 080708-N-1722M-156 Canadian Sailors aboard the Canadian Halifax-class frigate HMCS Ottawa (FFH 341) handle mooring lines.jpg) ''Ottawa'' was laid down on 29 April 1995 at Saint John Shipbuilding Ltd. (Saint John Shipbuilding), Saint John (Saint John, New Brunswick) and launched on 31 May 1996. She was officially commissioned into the CF on 28 September 1996 and carries the hull classification symbol (hull classification symbol (Canada)) 341. HMCS ''Winnipeg'' was laid down on 20 March 1993 at Saint John Shipbuilding Company in Saint John, New Brunswick, and she was launched on 25 June 1994. This warship was officially commissioned into the Canadian Forces on 23 June 1995, and she carries the hull classification symbol (hull classification symbol (Canada)) 338. HMCS ''Winnipeg'' is assigned to the Maritime Forces Pacific (MARPAC), and she has her home port at the Canadian Forces Maritime Base at Esquimalt (CFB Esquimalt). * '''Nova Scotia''': Halifax (Halifax Regional Municipality), Annapolis Valley, Pictou County, Nova Scotia, Northumberland, South West Nova * '''New Brunswick''': Saint John (Saint John, New Brunswick), Sussex (Sussex, New Brunswick) Kings County (Kings County, New Brunswick) * '''Quebec''': Quebec City and District, Montreal New Brunswick * Saint John (Saint John, New Brunswick), (Irving Oil), '''CHSJ-FM''' is a radio station at 94.1 MHz on the FM (FM radio) dial in Saint John, New Brunswick. The station plays country music under the '''Country 94''' branding. CHSJ is owned by Acadia Broadcasting, a subsidiary of Ocean Capital Investments. '''CJYC-FM''' is a Canadian radio station broadcasting from Saint John, New Brunswick at 98.9 MHz. It is owned and operated by the Maritime Broadcasting System. 98.9 Big John FM plays "EVERYTHING THAT ROCKS" and, was known as '''C98''' until August 2006. '''CIOK-FM''', better known as '''K100''', is an FM (Frequency Modulation) radio station broadcasting in the Greater Saint John (Saint John, New Brunswick) area of New Brunswick, Canada. The station currently carries a contemporary hit radio format programmed from sister station, CKCW-FM in Moncton. Prior to July 2009, it aired an Adult Contemporary format until changing to contemporary hit radio.


Monte Carlo

of this dish during his tenure in Monte Carlo. Others claim it is a Provençal dish. Browne's work with Ambrose took him to Monte Carlo and Biarritz, coupled with regular radio broadcasts from the Mayfair Hotel. Browne and Elsie Carlisle became a popular singing pair with Ambrose. One of his more interesting records


Tulsa, Oklahoma

in the U.S. in the 40s and 50s together with Oral Roberts, Gordon Lindsay and T. L. Osborn. In 1963, Kenneth E. Hagin Evangelistic Association was incorporated, and the offices of the ministry moved to Tulsa, Oklahoma in 1966. That same year, he taught for the first time on radio — on KSKY (KSKY (AM)) in Dallas (Dallas, Texas). In 1967, he began a regular radio broadcast that continues today as Faith Seminar of the Air. Teaching by his son, Rev. Kenneth Wayne Hagin, is also heard on the program. Hagin founded RHEMA Bible Training Center (RBTC) in 1974. RBTC is an educational accreditation Bible institute (Bible college) located on Thompson resumed the practice of law at Kansas City, Kansas in 1919 and moved to Tulsa, Oklahoma in 1923, and practiced law in Kansas City and Tulsa. He moved to Washington, D.C., in 1927, where he continued the practice of law, and died there in 1928, aged 56. He was interred temporarily in Glenwood cemetery in Washington, DC; in May 1928 his remains were transferred to Mount Hope cemetery in Topeka, Kansas. thumb right Charles Chibitty (Image:Charles Chibitty.jpg) Charles Chibitty (w:Charles Chibitty), the last surviving member of the group of 17 who served in World War II as the Comanche (w:Comanche) "code talkers" (w:Code talker) died in a Tulsa (w:Tulsa, Oklahoma), Oklahoma (w:Oklahoma) nursing home July 20. He was 83. Specifically, Roberts is accused making of illegal donations to current Tulsa County Commissioner (w:County commission) Randi Miller, a Republican candidate, in her race for Tulsa mayor (w:Tulsa, Oklahoma). The university staff worried that "Roberts risked the non-profit status (w:Non-profit organization) of the university by insisting" students work as volunteers for Miller's mayoral campaign. In May 2006, after the IRS contacted ORU about its involvement Miller's campaign, Brooker said he told to "fall on the sword" while taking "full and total blame." This would have required covering up the directives made by Roberts. Days after the three professors brought this to the attention of the school, they were fired by Stephanie Cantese, Richard Robert's sister-in-law. Cantese also said Brooker's "son would not graduate from ORU." thumb left 180px w:Paul Harvey Paul Harvey (File:HarveyPaul.jpg) receiving Presidential Medal of Freedom (w:Presidential Medal of Freedom) in 2005 Harvey was born in Tulsa (w:Tulsa, Oklahoma), Oklahoma. His radio career started in 1933 at KVOO Tulsa, while he was in high school. His initial job was cleaning the station and later went to fill in on air for reading news and commercials. He was best known for his ''The Rest of the Story (w:The Rest of the Story)'' program.


Ankara

of ten. In 1936 he graduated from the Teacher's School of Music and in 1942 from the Opera Department of State Conservatory in Ankara. The following ten years, he performed at the State Opera in Ankara as a celebrated bass baritone, appearing in operas such as ''Madame Butterfly'', ''Fidelio'', ''Tosca'' and ''Rigoletto''. During his contemporary music education, he also studied Turkish folk music and consequently made regular radio programs, playing baglama saz


Vilnius

national public television (Public broadcasting) channels (Television channel) LTV, LTV2 and LTV World (broadcast from the Sirius 4 satellite). LRT also broadcasts three national public radio stations. It has provided regular radio service since 1926 and television broadcasting since 1957. The company is based in Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania. Lithuanian Radio and Television currently employs about 650 people. LRT was admitted as a full active member of the European


Omaha, Nebraska

jazz trombonists (trombone), and the soloist in the Fletcher Henderson orchestra (joining slightly before Louis Armstrong). Radio career Whitney started his career in radio as a disc jockey in Blue Springs (Blue Springs, Missouri), Missouri. He became known in the early 1990s when he made regular radio appearances via phone on programs such as ''The Ron and Ron Show (Ron and Ron),'' ''The Chris Baker Show'' on KOOO and KEZO's '' The Todd and Tyler Show


Somalia

admits that its troops are fighting with the aid of Cuban soldiers against Somalian troops in Ogaden. ** Rhodesia attacks Zambia. * April 8 – Regular radio broadcasts of British Parliament proceedings start. * April 9 – Somali (Somalia) military officers (Military of Somalia) stage an unsuccessful coup against the government of Siad Barre; security forces thwart the attempt within hours, and several conspirators are arrested. * April 10 – Volkswagen becomes the second (after Rolls-Royce (Rolls-Royce Limited)) non-American automobile manufacturer to open a plant in the United States, commencing production of the Rabbit, the North American version of the Volkswagen Golf, at the Volkswagen Westmoreland Assembly Plant near New Stanton, Pennsylvania with a unionized (UAW) workforce (the plant closes in 1992.) * August 28 – The death toll of the previous day's IRA bombing reaches 5 when Doreen Knatchbull, Baroness Brabourne, 83, dies in a hospital as a result of her injuries. * August 29 – A national referendum is held in which Somali (Somalia) voters approve a new liberal constitution, promulgated by President Siad Barre (Siad Barre) to placate the United States. * August 21 – At least 60 die following twin suicide bombings (2008 Wah bombing) outside the Pakistan Ordnance Factories in Wah, Pakistan. * August 22 – Pirates (Piracy) hijack German (Germany), Iranian, and Japanese cargo ships off the coast of Somalia, in seven such attacks since June 20. Commons:Category:Somalia WikiPedia:Somalia Dmoz:Regional Africa Somalia


Kansas City, Missouri

, Missouri. He became known in the early 1990s when he made regular radio appearances via phone on programs such as ''The Ron and Ron Show (Ron and Ron),'' ''The Chris Baker Show'' on KOOO and KEZO's ''The Todd and Tyler Show'' in Omaha (Omaha, Nebraska), Nebraska, as well as the ''Kirk, Mark, and Lopez'' morning show on WIYY in Baltimore, Maryland. He was also a frequent guest on the ''The Johnny Dare Morning Show'' show on 98.9, KQRC, Kansas City, Missouri Kansas


Oslo

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