important sporting infrastructure in the city. The Memorial Civic Centre opened in downtown Campbellton on the bank of the Restigouche River in 1992, following a fire to the 1930s era Memorial Arena located on Arran Street. Its 3,500 seat multi-purpose arena with Olympic size ice surface is home to the Maritime Junior Hockey League's Junior A ice hockey team; the Campbellton Tigers. The complex is equipped to accommodate sporting events, entertainment, commercial functions and trade shows on a local, regional or national basis. Every spring the Memorial Civic Centre is used for the Promotion Plus trade show which showcases the regions commercial enterprises as well as displaying various talent shows. This centre is designed to host Olympic competitions and provides training facilities for Canada's national teams. The conference room is used for many corporate events including annual meetings for the Campbellton Regional Chamber of Commerce, political conventions and local business client parties. *The 2003 Canada Winter Games took place in the facility and Sidney Crosby was present to represent his native Nova Scotia in the sport of ice hockey. *In 2006, the city was host to the Acadian Games. *In 2009, CBC (CBC Television)'s Hockey Day in Canada was broadcast from Campbellton, where Ron MacLean and Don Cherry did their segment of Coach's Corner at the Memorial Civic Centre. *In 2010, the National Speed Skating Championship was held at the Memorial Civic Centre. *On November 18, 2010, the Montreal Canadiens alumni, which included Stéphane Richer (Stéphane Richer (ice hockey forward)), Karl Dykhuis and other greats, played an exhibition game against the Campbellton local heroes. '''Memorial Civic Centre facilities''' * a 3,500-seat multi-purpose arena, containing an Olympic (Olympic Games) size ice surface * another Olympic-size ice surface for practice * a removable indoor soccer turf * a 25-metre, 8-lane, semi-Olympic swimming pool thumb right 420px Memorial Civic Center (Image:Memorial Civic Center.jpg) * a wading pool * a '''Frédéric Niemeyer''' (born April 24, 1976) is a retired, veteran minor tour and Canada Canadian Davis Cup tennis player who now is a Tennis Canada coach. Born in Campbellton, New Brunswick, Niemeyer hails from Deauville, Sherbrooke, Quebec (Deauville, Quebec). He became Canada's top ranked singles player according to the ATP rankings on January 7, 2002, retaining the position for one year solid, and most recently was thus ranked on January 23, 2006. '''Sugarloaf Senior High School''' http: www.district15.nbed.nb.ca schools.php?id 13 is an English high school, with French Immersion, located in Campbellton (Campbellton, New Brunswick), New Brunswick, Canada. Its name comes from the nearby Sugarloaf mountain, a local landmark adjacent to the provincial park of the same name. thumb right 350px J.C. Van Horne Bridge in Campbellton over the Restigouche River (Image:North Side Of JC Van Horne Bridge.jpg) The '''J.C. Van Horne Bridge''' is a Canadian (Canada) steel through truss steel deck truss bridge crossing the Restigouche River between Campbellton (Campbellton, New Brunswick), New Brunswick and Pointe-à-la-Croix (Pointe-à-la-Croix, Quebec), Quebec. '''Patsy Gallant''' (born August 15, 1948, Campbellton (Campbellton, New Brunswick), New Brunswick, Canada) is a Canadian (Canada) pop (pop music) singer (singing) and musical theater actress. Of Acadian ancestry, she has recorded and performed in both English (English language) and French (French language). DATE OF BIRTH August 15, 1948 PLACE OF BIRTH Campbellton (Campbellton, New Brunswick), New Brunswick, Canada DATE OF DEATH Located in the Appalachian Mountains in the western part of the county, Kedgwick is approximately 75 kilometres southwest of Campbellton (Campbellton, New Brunswick) and 15 kilometres east of the Restigouche River along Route 17 (New Brunswick Route 17).
field many of southern Africa's greatest rugby players have competed. It is home to two large football teams, Highlanders (Highlanders F.C.) and Zimbabwe Saints. Other football teams include Bantu Rovers, Chicken Inn (Chicken Inn F.C.), How Mine (How Mine FC) and Quelaton (Quelaton F.C.). Other important sporting and recreational facilities include *Barbourfields Stadium *Zimbabwe International Trade Fair Grounds *Kumalo Hockey Stadium *Ascot Racecourse * Khami
, is the oldest golf course in the state of New Hampshire. Besides this golf course, other important sporting venues in Concord include Everett Arena and Memorial Field. The SNOB (Somewhat North Of Boston) Film Festival, started in the fall of 2002, brings independent films and filmmakers to Concord and has provided an outlet for local filmmakers to display their films. SNOB Film Festival was a catalyst for the building of Red River Theatres, a locally owned
for day and night entertainment. Cali is one of the major economic and industrial centers of the country, and the main urban, economic, industrial, and agrarian city of southwest Colombia. Cali is also known as the Sport Capital of America and host of many major sports events that take place in Colombia. Among the most important sporting events that have taken place in our city we´ve hosted the VI Pan American Games in 1971. We are also proud to have been the host of many World Championships in different sports. Cali hosted the UCI Track Cycling World Cup for the twelfth time in 2013 and, between July 25th and August 4th 2013 hosted the World Games. Get in By bus From the ''Terminal de transportes'' you have the choice of many different regional, national and domestic destinations. The trip from the airport to the terminal lasts around 20 minutes and you can do it either by taxi (45,000 COP) or mini-van (4,000 COP). Recommendation: Travel only by certified transport companies, like Expreso Palmira, Bolivariano or Expreso Brasilia. These companies bring you safety and comfort for you and your luggage. You may bargain with other companies, but the trip may be very uncomfortable. * to from Bogota : 65,000 COP 12 hours * to from Medellin : 50,000 COP 9 hours * to from Popayan : 12,000 COP 3 hours or with minibus 14,000 COP 2 hours * to from Pasto : 40,000 COP 9 hours (check for safety) * to from Armenia (Armenia (Colombia)) : 22,000 COP 4 hours * to from Pereira : 29,000 COP 4 hours * to from Manizales : 30,000 COP 5 hours By plane Cali's International Airport Alfonso Bonilla Aragón is located 16 km northeast of the city and can be reached by bus or taxi. Many domestic and some international destinations can be reached. There are flights to and from Medellín , Bogotá, Barranquilla, Ibagué, Pereira, Pasto and Cartagena (Cartagena (Colombia)). Foreign cities that can be reached by non-stop flights are Miami, Madrid, Panama City, San Salvador, Quito, Guayaquil and Esmeraldas in Ecuador. The airlines with international flights are : Avianca, American Airlines, Copa, TACA, LAN and TAME. The new low-cost airline VivaColombia also serves the city with flights to Medellín and Bogotá. Get around commons:Cali
, the Christian Sabbath (Sabbath in Christianity) remains very important (sporting events or similar activity are illegal in Tonga for example) and scheduling at such a time would be frowned upon. The events themselves have also been affected by religious sensitivities, notably beach volleyball where the official uniform of bikinis for women has been forced to give way to more conservative attire. Bikinis out
Games has experienced slight controversies. A minor dispute that still continues today is the scheduling of events landing on a Sunday. Throughout the Pacific, the Christian Sabbath (Sabbath in Christianity) remains very important (sporting events or similar activity are illegal in Tonga for example) and scheduling at such a time would be frowned upon. The events themselves have also been affected by religious sensitivities, notably beach volleyball where the official uniform of bikinis for women has been forced to give way to more conservative attire. Bikinis out, Shorts in at Beach Volleyball Pacific Radio News - Niue FM, 29 August 2007 However other larger nations within the region or those loosely associated with more secular states (e.g. Cook Islands (New Zealand), American Samoa (USA), and French Polynesia (France)) are more moderate in this regard. The XIII Pacific Games (2007 Pacific Games) were hosted in Apia, Samoa. They were the 13th to have been held since 1963. In contrast to the Olympic Games which are expected to generate income for the host nation Article by CBRE regarding increase to gross domestic product and real estate values as a result of the 2004 Athens Olympics , the 2007 Pacific Games were expected to leave Samoa US$92million in debt, predominantly as a result of expenditure on large-scale infrastructure projects such as bridges and roads. Commons:Category:Tonga WikiPedia:Tonga Dmoz:Regional Oceania Tonga
on a Sunday. Throughout the Pacific, the Christian Sabbath (Sabbath in Christianity) remains very important (sporting events or similar activity are illegal in Tonga for example) and scheduling at such a time would be frowned upon. The events themselves have also been affected by religious sensitivities, notably beach volleyball where the official uniform of bikinis for women has been forced to give way to more conservative attire. Bikinis out, Shorts in at Beach Volleyball Pacific Radio News - Niue FM, 29 August 2007 However other larger nations within the region or those loosely associated with more secular states (e.g. Cook Islands (New Zealand), American Samoa (USA), and French Polynesia (France)) are more moderate in this regard. thumb 250px The ''Clipper route (File:ClipperRoute.png)'' followed by ships sailing between England and Australia New Zealand During this time, the clipper route was established by clipper ships (clipper) between Europe and the Far East, Australia and New Zealand. The route ran from west to east through the Southern Ocean, in order to make use of the strong westerly winds of the Roaring Forties. Many ships and sailors were lost in the heavy conditions along the route, particularly at Cape Horn, which the clippers had to round on their return to Europe. In September 1578, Sir Francis Drake, in the course of his circumnavigation of the world, discovered Cape Horn. This discovery went unused for some time, as ships continued to use the known passage through the Strait of Magellan. ''Voyage of the Golden Hind'', from The Golden Hind. Retrieved February 5, 2006. By the early 17th century, the Dutch merchant Jacob le Maire, together with navigator Willem Schouten, set off to investigate Drake's suggestion of a route to the south of Tierra del Fuego. At the time it was discovered, the Horn was believed to be the southernmost point of Tierra del Fuego; the unpredictable violence of weather and sea conditions in the Drake Passage made exploration difficult, and it was only in 1624 that the Horn was discovered to be an island. It is an interesting testament to the difficulty of conditions there that Antarctica, only 650 kilometres (400 mi) away across the Drake Passage, was discovered as recently as 1820, despite the passage having been used as a major shipping route for 200 years. The clipper route fell into commercial disuse with the introduction of steam ships (steamboat), and the opening of the Suez (Suez Canal) and Panama Canals. The flag was designed in 1849 by Reverend John West of Launceston, Tasmania, and from 1851 was used by the Australian Anti-Transportation League in the Australian colonies and in New Zealand. The flag is blue, with the Union Flag in the Canton, and the Southern Cross on the fly. Each of the stars of the Southern Cross was symbolic of a member colony. There is a white border around three sides of the flag, which was used to display the name of the League, the year it was established and the name of the colony where it was flown. '''Gulf Harbour''' is a development some 4 km from the end of the Whangaparaoa Peninsula, towards the northern end of Auckland, New Zealand. It has one of the country's largest marinas, one of the country's top golf courses, and is regarded as a retreat for Auckland's well-off. The site is also known as Hobbs Bay, and was sold in the early seventies by landowners, the Hobbs family, who still retain some of the coastal area including the Hobbs Bay beach. In contrast, nearby Army Bay features middle-class housing. In recognition of its innovative culture-based approach to language teaching, the ulpan framework has been adopted by other nations attempting to revive their own declining or lost languages. Wales, Azerbaijan, Brittany, Catalonia, New Zealand and Scotland have used the ulpan model for native language instruction. Certain language courses in Wales and Scotland have even retained the name ''ulpan'' (spelled "Wlpan" in Welsh and Ùlpan in Scottish Gaelic). The Sami people of Norway sent a delagation to Israel in 2012 in order to experience Israel's ulpan program and apply its methods toward the preservation of its own threatened linguistic heritage. Wikipedia:New Zealand Commons:Category:New Zealand Dmoz:Regional Oceania New Zealand