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The Pas

). The main components of the region's economy are agriculture, forestry, commercial fishing, tourism, transportation, and services (especially health and education). The main employer is a paper and lumber mill operated by Tolko Industries. The Pas contains one of the two main campuses of the University College of the North. The Pas is bordered by the Rural Municipality of Kelsey (Kelsey, Manitoba), as well as part of the Opaskwayak Cree Nation. History

and Hockey Canada. The team is owned by the Opaskwayak Cree Nation. The community is located . Major economic activities include commercial fishing, trapping, logging

Fort Bragg, California

rises again newspaper location San Francisco, CA publisher Hearst Publications date Jan 7, 2010 url http: 2010-01-07 entertainment 17470331_1_peter-kump-oven-new-york-cooking-school 2 accessdate Feb 24, 2011 With the new prosperity, the rail line to Willits was completed and in 1912 the first tourists came to Fort Bragg. By 1916 Fort Bragg had become a popular place to visit—and to settle. Since 1916 Commercial fishing has

also played an important role in the economic base of the community. Once a major commercial fishing port, Fort Bragg was well known for producing quality fish products that were distributed to major metropolitan markets. In 1969 the Union Lumber Company was purchased by Boise Cascade and John Quincy and it, in turn, became Georgia Pacific in 1973. The emergence of the City of Fort Bragg as a diverse residential, recreational and growing commercial area had begun and the city was on the path

La Tuque, Quebec

. In addition to his political work, Evans is a member of the ''Norway House Fisherman's Co-op'', and holds a commercial fishing license. In 1998, Evans was presented with "The Order of the Buffalo Hunt" from then-Premier Gary Filmon. birth_date '''Sylvie Roy''' (born November 4, 1964 in La Tuque, Quebec) is a politician in Quebec, Canada, and the Coalition Avenir Québec Member of the National Assembly (National Assembly of Quebec) for the electoral district of Lotbinière (Lotbinière (provincial electoral district)). She previously represented the riding as a member of the now-defunct ADQ from 2003 to the merger of the party into the CAQ. *May 29 - A labour dispute leads to a one-day shutdown of the Toronto Transit Commission, stranding commuters in Toronto, Ontario. *May 31 - 100 millimeters of rain in a few hours caused landslides in and around the small town of La Tuque (La Tuque, Quebec), in central Quebec, damaging roads and flooding houses. State emergency was decreted right away and people has been evacuated. *June 2 - Terrorism plot (2006 Toronto terrorism case)—more than 400 police officers raid homes in Toronto and Mississauga, Ontario, and arrest 15 people (10 men and five youths), part of a terrorist cell. All men were born in Canada and were reportedly planning to attack the Parliament in Ottawa, the Bank of Toronto, some military installations, kidnap deputees and behead prime minister Stephen Harper.

Cambridge Bay

Northern News Services Online accessdate 24 January 2008 which flows into Wellington Bay via the Ekalluk River. The Ekalluk River is both an important commercial fishing and archaeological area, and of particular importance is the short section of the river known as ''Iqaluktuuq''. ref name "lifeat">

The riding, which consists of the communities of Bathurst Inlet (Bathurst Inlet, Nunavut), Cambridge Bay and Umingmaktok, came into existence for the first Nunavut general election (Nunavut general election, 1999). The election, which occurred 15 February 1999, was held prior to division of the Northwest Territories and Nunavut, 1 April 1999.

Sable Island

. He soon ordered a controversial change of course for the fleet. Owing to his obstinacy and disregard of the views of superior mariners, the ship ''Delight'' ran aground and soon sank with the loss of all but sixteen of its crew on one of the sand bars of Sable Island. "Delight-1583", Nova Scotia Museum On the Rocks Marine Heritage Database ''Delight'' was the largest remaining ship in the squadron (an unwise choice to take the lead in uncharted coastal waters) and contained most of the remaining supplies. Later in the voyage a sea monster was sighted, said to have resembled a lion with glaring eyes. Fagundes explored the islands of St Paul (St. Paul Island, Nova Scotia) near Cape Breton (Cape Breton Island), Sable Island, Penguin Island (now known as Funk Island), Burgeo (Burgeo, Newfoundland and Labrador), and Saint Pierre and Miquelon which he named the islands of Eleven Thousand Virgins in honor of Saint Ursula. Ganong, W. F., ''Crucial Maps in the Early Cartography and Place-Nomenclature of the Atlantic Coast of Canada'', with an introduction, commentary and map notes by Theodore E. Layng (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1964), Chapter II: "João Àlvares Fagundes," 45-97. - YSA CYSA Sable Island Airport Sable Island, Nova Scotia, Canada - Canadian amateur radio stations generally begin with ''VE'', some also use ''VA''. The number following these letters indicates the province, going from ''VA1'' ''VE1'' for Nova Scotia, ''VA2'' ''VE2'' (Québec), ''VE3'' ''VA3'' (Ontario) through ''VA7'' ''VE7'' for British Columbia and ''VE8'' for the Northwest Territories, with latecomer ''VE9'' for New Brunswick. (''VE1'' used to be for all three Maritime provinces.) ''VE0'' is for maritime mobile amateur transmissions. ''VY1'' is used for the Yukon Territory, ''VY2'' for Prince Edward Island, and ''VY0'' for Nunavut. ''CY0'' and ''CY9'' are Sable Island and St. Paul Island (St. Paul Island, Nova Scotia); with little or local population, reception (QSL) of these distant points (DXing) is rare, although amateur radio stations do

vessel F V ''' '''''Andrea Gail''''' was a commercial fishing vessel that was lost at sea with all hands during the "Perfect Storm" (1991 Perfect Storm) of 1991. The vessel and her six-man crew had been fishing the North Atlantic Ocean out of Gloucester, Massachusetts. Her last reported position was

Assonet, Massachusetts

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Gaspé, Quebec

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Leamington, Ontario

as the NIMBY phenomenon, as well as possible adverse effects regarding drinking water and commercial fishing.

Puerto Escondido, Oaxaca

commercial fishing activity, and it also attracts people for deep-sea fishing (esp. for sailfish). Puerto is not as well-known or visited as other beach resort areas such as Acapulco or Cancun because there are only domestic flights, discouraging a number of visitors. Bus rides from the Oaxacan capital take seven hours over hairpin turns as the roads descend the Sierra del Sur

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