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St. Leonard, Quebec

in the linguistic debate coined the “Saint-Leonard Conflict.” http: www.panoramitalia.com en arts-culture history saint-leonard-conflict-language-legislation-quebec 2325 The Saint-Leonard Conflict mainly resulted from the structure of the education system in Montreal prior to the 1960s. Beginning in the mid 1800s, the city’s school systems were divided along religious lines resulting in two independently acting school boards: the Commission des écoles catholiques de Montreal (CÉCM) and the Protestant School Board of Greater Montreal. In order to protect French- Canadian tradition, Franco-Catholic schools systematically refused admission to immigrants’ children. This resulted in the creation of a separate Anglo-Catholic division within the CÉCM, accommodating Irish Catholics and eventually also attracting Italian Catholics. In addition, the Protestant system consequently became for decades the dumping ground for immigrants of non-Catholic religious background. This seemed an ideal situation for the French-Canadian elite as long as birth rates remained high in the Francophone population — a situation that prevailed since the post-1760 Conquest phenomenon known as the “revenge of the cradle.” Yet, the Quiet Revolution was also synonymous with the increasing use of birth control pills and changing social habits among the French-Canadian population. This quickly resulted in new demographic challenges that needed to be addressed more than ever to avoid the French language eventually fading away. By the late 1950s, administrators at the CÉCM already began to observe a dramatic increase in Quebec’s English speaking population while birth rates were stagnating among the French-Canadian population. In the context of the great influx of immigrants to Quebec, and more importantly to Montreal, in the years following World War II, changes seemed imperative in the Government’s policies in order to prevent the 30,000 annual immigrants from increasing the ranks of the English population. The second wave of Italian immigration in Canada between 1951 and 1971, alone, brought 91,821 Italians to Quebec. By 1960, Italians accounted for 15 per cent of newcomers in the province. Often ill-informed of the existence of a French-speaking majority in Quebec before they left for Canada, they perceived English as the language of work and a gateway to North America’s economy; further compelling them to seek education in that language and integrate into the English minority. “In Italy you were taught that Canada is Canada; there was no mention of Quebec’s specific status,” remembers Pietro Lucca, an Italian- Montrealer who experienced the conflict first-hand. Between 1961 and 1971, the ever-growing Italian population increasingly came to call Saint-Leonard, a Montreal suburb, home. The Saint-Leonard Conflict began in 1967 when an act to remove bilingual schools, the great majority of which were attended by Italian community members, from the municipality was proposed in order to compel primary school children in Saint-Leonard to attend unilingual French schools. The motive behind the Commissioners’ decision was discovering that more than 85 per cent of students graduating from the bilingual program were continuing their secondary education in the Anglophone system. Italian parents were furious and, in February 1968, founded the Saint-Leonard English Catholic Association of Parents, led by Nick Ciamarra, Frank Vatrano and Mario Barone, to resist the decision. The French community responded to the outburst by creating an organization to counter the Italian movement, the Mouvement pour l’intégration scolaire (MIS), led by French-Canadian lawyer Raymond Lemieux, whose purpose was to ensure that immigrants integrated into the Francophone school system. The clashes between both groups pressured provincial politicians to address the explosive issue of language policy. The fight took place on many fronts: within the government, in court, in the media and even in the streets. Consequently, the Saint-Leonard Conflict prompted a debate on language legislation for the entire province of Quebec, opposing the importance of individual rights to the importance of collective rights. On one end, supporters of freedom of choice argued that the parents had the right to freely choose their language of instruction, and on the other end, supporters of French unilingualism wanted to impose French schooling on everyone except the English minority of British descent. In addition to being caught in a conflict that was not theirs, Italian-Montrealers felt discriminated against because they believed they were being treated differently than their British counterparts. All the while, the Parents’ Association’s spokesman, Robert Beale, continually tried to convey the hopes and stance of the Italian community stating, “We were not anti-anyone or anti-anything. We were simply demanding the right to have our children educated in the language of our choice, and not have this choice taken away from us.” After Premier Johnson’s death, Jean-Jacques Bertrand of the Union Nationale campaigned with a promise to directly address the Saint-Leonard crisis by proposing a bill that would protect parents’ freedom of choice in the language of education for their children. When he was elected Premier, Bertrand fulfilled that promise and proposed Bill 85 in the National Assembly on 9 December 1968. While the bill granted freedom of choice, it also sought to secure the position of the majority by requiring all students to have a working knowledge of the French language. William Tetley, ''Language and Education Rights in Quebec and Canada (A Legislative History and Personal Political Diary)'' (Quebec: Law and Contemporary Problems, 1983), 190. Still rather vague, support for the bill was meager. The Minister of Education, Jean-Guy Cardinal, who had nationalist tendencies, did not wholly support the project. MIS leader Raymond Lemieux claimed that the bill legitimized minorities robbing the Francophone population of their language. The Parents’ Association considered the bill too equivocal to give it their support. As such, the bill never made it to a second reading. Bills 63 and 22 followed Bill 85 in 1969 and 1974, respectively. By 1977, Bill 101 was passed in the National Assembly. Donat J. Taddeo and Ray Taras, ''Le debat linguistique au Quebec: la communaute italienne et la langue d'enseignement'' (Montreal: Presses de l'Universite de Montreal, 1987), 39. Despite what has become an endless debate in the minds of most Quebec citizens, the linguistic struggles of the 1960s and 1970s has paradoxically helped Montreal Italians maintain their cultural heritage unlike any other Italian immigrant community elsewhere in the world. Divided between English and French, Italians depended on their native language to continue communicating with other Italians and members of their family. While children attended school in English, their parents communicated more easily in French; making Italian the communal language bridging the generations. As such, the Italian language survived the first generation of immigrants to Montreal, was actively used by the second generation, and has even lasted into the third, making Montreal’s Italians one of the city’s and the world’s most trilingual communities. Today, the community newspaper, ''Progrès Saint-Léonard'', is offered exclusively in French. Demographics who became the goaltender for the New Jersey Devils six years before Luongo entered the NHL. Luongo is fluent in English, French and Italian. His father spoke Italian and his mother spoke English with a little French at home. thumb left View of St-Michel from the platform. (File:Saint-MichelMetro.jpg) It is a side platform station with two entrances on either side of boul. St-Michel connecting to a common ticket hall. Unlike all other stations on the blue line, the station is only as long as the six-car trains used on the line; all the others were built to accommodate a nine-car train. However, the station cavern is long enough for a nine-car train; the extra space could be opened and finished to accommodate full-length trains if and when the STM decides to extend the line east into the boroughs of St. Leonard (St. Leonard, Quebec) and Anjou (Anjou, Quebec), committing to the line's original design. It was commissioned in response to conflicts within Montreal's Catholic school board in Saint-Léonard (St. Leonard, Quebec). The Mouvement pour l’intégration scolaire (MIS), created by francophone parents in the middle of the Saint-Leonard Crisis, wished for mandatory French language education for allophone (Allophone (Quebec))s (immigrants and non-immigrants), whereas parents of Italian origin (Italian Canadian), supported by anglophones (English-speaking Quebecker), created the Saint Leonard English Catholic Association of Parents to defend being able to choose either English or French schools. Direction de l’édition et des communications, "1940-1959", Review of the XXth Century, Institut de la Statistique (Youth section), 2006 Centre 25px (Image:Flag of Montreal.svg) Villeray–Saint-Michel–Parc-Extension (Montreal) North 25px (Image:Flag of Montreal.svg) Saint-Leonard (St. Leonard, Quebec) (Montreal) Northeast *Sainte-Foy (Sainte-Foy, Quebec City) - Place Sainte-Foy (now Metro Plus (Metro Inc.), Archambault, Brunet (Brunet (pharmacy)) and a few small stores.) *Saint-Léonard (St. Leonard, Quebec) - Jean-Talon Street East (Jean-Talon Street) (now Maxi & cie) *Sherbrooke - Place Belvedere (now Rossy, Pharmaprix and multiple small tenants) Southwest 25px (Image:Flag of Montreal.svg) Mercier–Hochelaga-Maisonneuve (Montreal) West 25px (Image:Flag of Montreal.svg) Saint-Léonard (St. Leonard, Quebec) (Montreal) Northwest Their head office is located in the city of Montreal's Saint-Léonard (St. Leonard, Quebec) borough. - Saint-Léonard (St. Leonard, Quebec) Frank Zampino (inc.) 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Cegléd

built by the Cegléd Craftsmen's Union in eclectic style (Eclecticism in art). The centre has a theater, where many acting companies have played. Cegléd also has its own acting company and acting school named after the famous actress Irma Patkós, who lived in Cegléd. The centre gives place to the Cegléd Gallery, where mainly photos and paintings of local artists can be seen. The town features the annual Drum and Percussion Gala, which is a jazz event, as well as numerous jazz concerts


Norrköping

in cash or negotiable securities; a native-born Jew need have only 1,000 riksdaler. Rabbis were exempt, and according to previous ordinances, poor Jews were to be deported from the country. The school originated in the acting school founded in 1787 on the initiative of King Gustav III (Gustav III of Sweden) and long appended to the Royal Dramatic Theatre. The Royal Dramatic Theatre's acting school was then known in Swedish as '''''Dramatens elevskola''''' (i.e ''Kungliga Dramatiska Teaterns Elevskola'') and produced a large number of later famous actors and directors, including Greta Garbo, Gustaf Molander, Alf Sjöberg, Ingrid Bergman, Signe Hasso, Gunnar Björnstrand, Max von Sydow and Bibi Andersson. In 1964 the school separated from the Royal Dramatic Theatre (initiated by Ingmar Bergman who claimed the theatre no longer had room for it in the building). The acting schools affiliated with the city theatres in Malmö, Gothenburg were made independent state institutions at the same time, and one which existed in Norrköping Linköping was closed down. His projects are Raison D'être (Raison d'être (band)), Stratvm Terror, Necrophorus, Atomine Elektrine, Yantra Atmospheres, Panzar, Bocksholm, Svasti-ayanam, Cataclyst, Grismannen. At this moment he is studying for a masters on the programme ‘Cultural, Society and Media production’ at the University in Norrköping, Sweden. This programme builds on a broad spectrum of research traditions within the humanities and social sciences. It includes production studies and practical work in film, television, audio installation, radio, computer-based media and museum exhibitions. Besides his music activities and studies he is mostly interested in film, art, Tibetan Buddhism and meditation. '''Ringdansen''' (the Circular Dance) is a suburb in the very South of the Swedish city of Norrköping. It is well-known for its typical circular houses, inner passages and park areas inside the two blocks. There are two circular blocks called "ringar" (rings) in Swedish: Guldringen (the Golden Ring) in the North, and Silverringen (the Silver Ring) in the South. Originally, two more rings were intended: Järnringen (the Iron Ring) to the South och Silverringen and Kopparringen (the Copper Ring) in the very South. Ringdansen is situated in the larger district of Navestad, with Atrium to the North and Kvarnberget to the South. **Translation: I'm not leading the world's most brilliant cabinet. The ministers don't belong to the most outstanding intellectual elite and we're not particularly beautiful either. **Said in a speech to ''Komvux'' (adult secondary education) students in Norrköping (w:Norrköping) in 2002, according to the Swedish news agency TT (w:Tidningarnas Telegrambyrå).


Van Nuys, Los Angeles

opportunities as a singer. He worked at various jobs to earn a living, including pumping gas at a filling station in Van Nuys (Van Nuys, Los Angeles). One of his employers believed in him and paid for his studies in opera and also at the Pasadena Playhouse, a theater and acting school. right thumb 154px Industrial Light & Magic original logo, designed by Drew Struzan (File:ILM.jpg) '''Industrial Light & Magic''' ('''ILM''') is an Academy Award


Tangshan

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Southend-on-Sea

: www.essex.ac.uk southend Essex.ac.uk The university has built its own centre in Southend, next to the college building on the site of the Odeon cinema. These buildings form the first two phases of the Southend Campus. Additionally, there is SEEVIC College. The East 15 Acting School, a drama school, has its second campus there. Also available is the Southend Adult Community College. Sport File:Southend - Leisure and tennis.jpg thumb left Southend – Leisure and Tennis

fall to the Environment Agency. The university's main campus (campus university) is located within Wivenhoe Park in the English county of Essex, less than a mile (1.6 km) from the town of Wivenhoe & from the town of Colchester. Apart from the Wivenhoe Park campus, there are campuses in Southend (Southend-on-Sea), and Loughton (home of the East 15 Acting School) The University's motto, ''Thought the harder, heart the keener


Giza

Without a Cause ''. Mineo, born in The Bronx, New York City as the son of a Sicilian coffin maker, was enrolled by his mother in dancing and acting school at an early age. *Sam Mounier, (born August 5, 1992) in Giza, Egypt to an Egyptian father and a Sicilian mother. He is an actor, screenwriter, and director. He is the youngest to win the prestigious Audience Award at the Toronto Film Festival. *Nick Oliveri (born October 21, 1971 in Palm Desert, California) is a musician. He plays bass guitar, acoustic guitar (steel-string acoustic guitar), electric guitar, and is a vocalist. His main music project is Mondo Generator, which he has fronted since 1997. He is most widely known for his work with Queens of the Stone Age. His far Sicilian origins are visible in the typical surname. 30 December 2005 (Friday) *At least 27 Sudanese migrants seeking refugee status are killed during a raid by Egyptian police on their protest camp in the suburb of Mohandessin, Giza, in the capital Cairo. The camp is forcibly dismantled. 2,174 protesters are detained. (AFP) '''Pyramid of Neferirkare Kakai''' is the second pyramid to be built at the necropolis site of Abusir, south of the Giza plateau, in Egypt. The pyramid of Neferirkare is the tallest of all pyramids constructed in Ancient Egypt during its Fifth Dynasty. birth_date Thus she returned to Cairo and resumed her singing career, marrying the Egyptian director Ahmed Badrkhan, though they were to divorce soon after. * Format: CD September 15 – 16, 1978 Sound and Light Theater, Giza, Egypt align "center" 35 thumb right Stay away from w:Restaurants restaurants (File:6x8_80dpi_-_Piment_rouge_-_view_of_cellar_fm_mezz_stairs_to_Peel.JPG) that have menus in five languages. That's always a tourist trap. You want to eat where the locals eat - Curtis Stone (w:Curtis Stone). right thumb Herodotus (File:Kheops-Pyramid.jpg)’s book made Giza (w:Giza) famous in ancient Greece. When a list of the Seven Wonders of the World was created, ancient historians included the Great Pyramid (w:Great Pyramid of Giza).... Michael Woods (w:Michael Woods). *For the general public, my work is sometimes easier than a painting because there is someone addressing you; it can actually be a relief. What's interesting is the idea of a tourist randomly coming in and the experience they'll have. *Herodotus’s book made Giza (w:Giza) famous in ancient Greece. When a list of the Seven Wonders of the World was created, ancient historians included the Great Pyramid (w:Great Pyramid of Giza).... Thousands of tourists from all over the world visit the Great Pyramid each year. It is the only one of the original Seven Wonders of the World that still exists. Tourism and time have taken a toll on the buildings at Giza. **Michael Woods (w:Michael Woods), Mary B. Woods in: ''Seven Wonders of the Ancient World,'' Twenty-First Century Books, 1 September 2008, p. ,15 "There is avian flu now in Egypt," Hassan el Bushra, regional adviser for emerging diseases at the eastern Mediterranean regional office of the WHO said. His response was to the reported presence of H5N1 virus in dead birds in three areas in Egypt - namely Cairo (w:Cairo), Giza (w:Giza), and Al-Minya (w:Al-Minya).


Zamboanga City

and used the GI Bill to fund his acting studies at the Actor's Lab in Hollywood. At acting school he met actress Kay Levey and they married on July 23, 1949. The person tasked to found the institution was Dr. David Sutherland Hibbard, a man from Lyndon, Kansas who, after serving as a pastor in a Presbyterian church in that locality, offered his services to the Presbyterian Board as missionary. Upon his arrival in the Philippines, he was commissioned, together with his wife


Puerto Vallarta

, Mexico to an Irish-American mother (surname Spencer) and a Mexican father (surname Díaz). http: aarondiazspencer.com aaron http: www2.esmas.com entretenimiento biografias 009444 aaron-diaz Diaz speaks English and Spanish fluently and lived for several years in Palo Alto (Palo Alto, California), California. He finished high school in Palo Alto, before returning to Mexico to study at the exclusive Televisa Acting School Centro


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