Hudson (Hudson, Quebec) Vaudreuil-Dorion (West) (Vaudreuil-Dorion) Southeast Saint-Lazare (Saint-Lazare, Quebec) Career Since the age of 12, Walsh has been working as a professional actor and dabbled in sketches and stand-up comedy, with numerous TV appearances and a gold medal win at the 2000 Improv Games in Quebec as a member of the "8 People" troupe. An honours graduate from John Abbott College, Creative Arts program (in Ste. Anne de Bellevue), she has
, 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
in Thornhill (Thornhill, Ontario), Ontario, Canada. St. Elizabeth CHS was founded by the York Catholic District School Board in 1987, celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2007. St. Elizabeth is the home of '''Regional Arts Program''' for drama, dance, visual arts, and music students in York Region. The enrollment averages between 1300 and 1500 students per school year. '''Shouldice Hernia Centre''' is a hospital in Thornhill, Ontario, Canada, that is known for its
. Lederer was a board member of the Pennsylvania Committee on Probation. Raymond Francis Lederer, ''Biographical Directory of the United States Congress''. Accessed December 7, 2008. George W. Atherton became president of the school in 1882, and began working to broaden the school's curriculum. He commissioned Reber to expand the mechanical arts program, who in 1884 proposed the construction of a building dedicated to the teaching of mechanic arts and filled it with carpentry and metalworking equipment obtained primarily through the donations of local industry. In 1886, the board of trustees approved the creation of a department of mechanical engineering. Shortly after, Penn State became one of the ten largest engineering schools in the nation. Atherton also expanded the liberal arts and agriculture programs, and as a result, was rewarded with regular appropriations from the state beginning in 1887. For this, Atherton is widely credited of saving Penn State from bankruptcy, and is still honored today by the name of a major road in State College (State College, Pennsylvania) and its suburbs, Atherton Street (Atherton Street (State College)). Contrary to popular belief, Atherton Hall (Atherton Hall (Penn State)) is not named after President Atherton but his wife Frances Atherton. Atherton's grave rests near Old Main (Old Main (Pennsylvania State University)), the University Park (University Park, Pennsylvania) campus's central administration building, and is marked by an engraved marble block resting in front of his statue. Bloom is currently an associate professor of women's studies and international studies at the Pennsylvania State University in University Park, PA (University Park, Pennsylvania) and a fellow at the International Center for the Study of Terrorism at Penn State. Previously she was an assistant professor in the School of Public and International Affairs (University of Georgia School of Public and International Affairs) at the University of Georgia in Athens (Athens, Georgia), Georgia (Georgia (U.S. state)). The '''Penn State University Marching Blue Band''', known generally as the '''Blue Band''', is the marching band of Pennsylvania State University. Founded in 1899, it is the largest recognized student organization at the University Park (University Park, Pennsylvania) campus of Penn State, presently with over 300 active student members. The primary function of the Blue Band is in support of the Penn State Nittany Lions football team, performing for all home football games at Beaver Stadium. The '''Sussex Skyhawks''' were a professional baseball team that played at Skylands Park in Augusta, New Jersey. The team was part of the Canadian-American Association of Professional Baseball, an independent minor baseball league also referred to as the Can-Am League, from their inaugural season in 2006 until 2010. The team was owned by a group led by Floyd Hall, who also owns the New Jersey Jackals. The team was formed in part due to their home park's previous tenant, the New Jersey Cardinals, relocating to University Park, Pennsylvania following the 2005 New York-Penn League season to become the State College Spikes. '''Ludovica Albertoni''' (1473 (Original work published 1965) ), sometimes known as '''Louisa Albertoni''' or '''Ludovica Albertoni Cetera''', is considered a blessed person (Beatification) in Christianity. Her feast day (Calendar of saints) is January 31. '''Medlar Field at Lubrano Park''' is a 5,406-seat baseball stadium in University Park, Pennsylvania that hosted its first regular season baseball game on June 20, 2006, when the secondary tenant of the facility, the State College Spikes, lost to the Williamsport Crosscutters, 5-3. Spikes inaugural game spoiled by Crosscutters The Penn State Nittany Lions college baseball team began play at the ballpark in 2007. Penn State baseball team practices in new facility :Sovereign Bank Arena, Trenton, New Jersey (Host: Rider University and Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference) :Bryce Jordan Center, University Park, Pennsylvania (Host: Pennsylvania State University) :Mackey Arena, West Lafayette, Indiana (Host: Purdue University) - October 13, 2000 University Park (University Park, Pennsylvania) Bryce Jordan Center - thumb left 150px Amy Lee during a concert in 2007. (File:Evanescence miami 2007.jpg) The first leg of ''The Open Door'' world tour began October 5, 2006, in Toronto, Canada and lasted until December 15, 2006, in New York City. After touring North America during October, the band traveled to Europe during November before returning to the United States to play large arenas. This leg of their tour continued on January 5, 2007, with the band playing locations in Canada, Japan, and Australia. When playing in the United States, the band was supported by Revelation Theory (Rev Theory), by the bands Stone Sour and The Black Maria when in Canada, and by Shihad in Australia. The second leg of their world tour began on March 16, 2007, in Fresno, California. The tour ran through the United States, South America, South Africa, back to the U.S., and finished in Europe. Supporting the band during the opening U.S. part of this leg is Chevelle and Finger Eleven. When in Buenos Aires, Evanescence took part in a rock festival with Aerosmith, Velvet Revolver and Ratones Paranóicos. During part of the European section, the band took part in the Family Values Tour 2007 alongside Korn. After Family Values, the band continued touring through Mexico and the United States. The final leg of the tour kicked off on October 23, 2007, in Coral Gables, Florida. Sick Puppies and Julien-K were the supporting bands while Shiny Toy Guns made a special guest appearance during the December 1, 2007, show in University Park, Pennsylvania. After over a year of touring, the last show was played in Kingston, Rhode Island, and the tour ended on December 9, 2007. New additions to the set list for this tour include "Lose Control", "Missing", and "Understanding".
* History of the Chinese Americans in San Francisco *Jack London Square *Lakeside Apartments District (Lakeside Apartments District, Oakland, California) *Oakland City Center *Old Oakland References Books * Bagwell, Beth (1994). ''Oakland, the Story of a City''. ISBN 0-9640087-1-8 (HC) or ISBN 0-9640087-0-X (PB) * Collins, Willie R. (Ed.) (1994). ''Chinese traditional arts and folklore in Oakland''. City of Oakland Cultural Arts Division's Traditional Arts Program. * Ma
the government said it would set aside the possibility of UNB Saint John losing its status as a 'university' and would refer the report to a working group for further study. The government would go on to announce in January that UNBSJ would retain its liberal arts program and its
of roughly 800 students, and an average student to faculty ratio of 7:1 in on-campus classrooms. , and as of the end of 2005 it had 3,153 interments. It is currently closed to new interments.
. John Rennie High School – founded in Pointe Claire in 1955 it boasts the Sports-Etudes program for student athletes as well as a highly regarded local theatre and dramatic arts program. Lindsay Place High School – founded in Pointe-Claire in 1962 with 1,600 students, one of the largest in the West Island. Pierrefonds Comprehensive High School – founded in 1971 in Pierrefonds to support Catholic francophone and anglophone students
of Banff, Alberta. No roads access the park. Backcountry hiking trails are the only access to the park, the quickest route being via Sunshine Village ski area in Banff National Park. '''Walter Phillips Gallery''' (WPG) was established in 1976 in Banff, Alberta, as a part of The Banff Centre in Banff National Park. Walter J. Phillips was a printmaker and painter, from the 1930s to the 1950s, who played a seminal role in the development of the visual arts program in The Banff School of Fine Arts. After its conception, it quickly evolved into a small but dynamic gallery and became known for a contemporary art program that championed curatorial innovation with a commitment to emerging forms of art including video and performance. In 1883 he moved to Banff (Banff, Alberta), District of Alberta. He worked as a physician at the Banff Sanitarium, which he founded. '''Banff National Park''' is Canada's first national park (Canadian National Parks), established in 1885, in the Canadian Rockies. The park, located 120 kilometres west of Calgary in the province of Alberta, encompasses 6,641 square kilometres of mountainous terrain, with numerous glaciers and icefields, dense coniferous forest, and alpine landscapes. The Icefields Parkway extends from Lake Louise (Lake Louise, Alberta), connecting to Jasper National Park in the north. Provincial forests and Yoho National Park are neighbours to the west, while Kootenay National Park is located to the south, and Kananaskis Country to the southeast. The main commercial centre of the park is the town of Banff (Banff, Alberta), in the Bow River valley. Millions more pass through the park on the Trans-Canada Highway. As one of the world's most visited national parks, the health of Banff's ecosystem has been threatened. In the mid-1990s, Parks Canada responded by initiating a two-year study, which resulted in management recommendations, and new policies that aim to preserve ecological integrity. ('''more... (Banff National Park)''') - Ernest Cohoe, 38, male in the past 125 years and lost over half of its volume. The glacier moves down from the icefield at a rate of several centimetres per day. Due to its close proximity to the Icefields Parkway, between the Alberta towns of Banff (Banff, Alberta) and Jasper (Jasper, Alberta), and rather easy accessibility, it is the most visited glacier in North America. The leading edge of the glacier is within easy walking distance; however, travel onto the glacier is not recommended unless properly equipped. Hidden crevasses have led to the deaths of unprepared tourists.
At the western edge of the city, the 401 meets Highway 427 (Ontario Highway 427), an important north-south artery between Toronto Pearson International Airport and the Gardiner Expressway. It mainly serves the airport and the western suburbs outside the city of Toronto. In the same area, the short length of Highway 409 (Ontario Highway 409) connects the airport directly to the traffic flow of the 401. Moving east, the 401 then intersects Highway 400 (Ontario Highway 400), which leads north to Barrie, the recreational areas of Ontario's "Cottage Country" and beyond, to the northern reaches of the province. East of the 400, the 401 meets Allen Road, and then the Don Valley Parkway Highway 404 (Ontario Highway 404), before continuing eastwards out of Toronto into the suburbs of Pickering (Pickering, Ontario), Ajax (Ajax, Ontario), Whitby (Whitby, Ontario), and Oshawa. *'''Delete''' no objective criteria for inclusion or exclusion. Carlossuarez46 (User:Carlossuarez46) 20:10, 5 April 2006 (UTC) *I'd personally have to go with the '''delete''' side. I think there's a too-high degree of subjectivity involved, and a too-low degree of verifiability. Plus I just don't think it's that important, and while I may be wrong I don't think WP has ever established a consensus that all shopping malls are legitimately notable. For what it's worth, the only mall on here that I could speak to at all (Whitby Mall in Whitby, Ontario) is one that I don't think would merit an article even if it ''weren't'' on some people's subjective lists of "distressed" malls. Bottom line, this just doesn't strike me as being a particularly notable or encyclopedic list. Bearcat (User:Bearcat) 02:47, 7 April 2006 (UTC) The first school to be named after the legendary conservationist was built in 1956 and renamed Jack Miner Public School in 1968. It remains to this day, just a few miles from Miner's sanctuary in what was Gosfield South Township. Each year the graduating students participate in the yearly banding activities at the sanctuary. A school in the name of Jack Miner was created in 2001 in Whitby, Ontario, administered by the Durham District School Board. There is also a Jack Miner Senior Public School in Guildwood in city of Scarborough,ON. - colspan "4" '''Whitby (Whitby, Ontario)''' - ''Main article (Whitby municipal election, 2006)'' - In the 18 months since Andrea Muizelaar (w:Andrea Muizelaar) was crowned winner of the reality TV series ''Canada's Next Top Model (w:Canada's Next Top Model)'', her life has been a complete whirlwind. From working in a dollar store in her hometown of Whitby, Ontario (w:Whitby, Ontario), to modeling haute couture (w:haute couture) in Toronto (w:Toronto), she had reached her dream of becoming a true Top Model.
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