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North Sydney, Nova Scotia

Highway Camera * photos from the Great War. 's entry into service in 1989. From there, the Trans-Canada Highway is carried across the Cabot Strait by ferry to North Sydney (North Sydney, Nova Scotia), Nova Scotia. The ''Caribou'' had departed North Sydney, Nova Scotia, some hours before heading for Port aux Basques (Channel-Port aux Basques, Newfoundland and Labrador) in Newfoundland (Dominion of Newfoundland), where it was home berthed. Local military authorities had insisted that the ship travel without lights to not make itself a target. In fact, if the ship had been lit up it is unlikely she would have been hit, as she would clearly have been a civilian vessel. This controversy, which raged in Canada in the weeks which followed her destruction, was further complicated by the presence of at least 57 military personnel from Britain (UK), Canada and the United States on board, thus actually legitimizing her as a military target.


Kangerlussuaq

''', is a settlement in western Greenland in the Qeqqata municipality (municipalities of Greenland) located at the head of the Kangerlussuaq Fjord fjord of the same name ( Commons:Category:Kangerlussuaq


Francistown

from central Francistown on an old Tati Company Farm, Lady Mary. The nature reserve is expected to be a tourism turn-over for the already flourishing city which its variety of wild animals. Accommodation and lifestyle Francistown is home to several hotels and lodges like Cresta Thapama Hotel, Marang Hotel, Adansonia Hotel, Tati River Lodge


Oneonta, New York

&aq f&aqi &aql &gs_sm 3&gs_upl 42729l43696l2l43821l7l7l0l0l0l0l265l1231l0.3.3l6l0&bav on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.r_qf.,cf.osb&fp 9d6a38968ad3284a&biw 1600&bih 709 The town was established in 1802 from the Town of Otsego (Otsego, New York). In 1803, the north town line was altered. The largest commercial enterprise to occur in Hartwick was probably the Oneonta-Mohawk trolley line which arrived in 1901 and had extensive shops, car barn and yards on the southeast side of the village, many of the hamlets and crossings still show architectural signs of its passage nearly a century after the last passenger service. '''WONY''' is a campus radio station based out of Oneonta, New York, USA (United States), on the campus of the State University of New York at Oneonta. '''Jason Raize''' (July 20, 1975, Oneonta, New York – February 3, 2004, Yass, New South Wales, Australia) was an American actor, singer and former Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations Environment Programme. United Nations, "Press Conference by UN Environment Programme," October 26, 1999, http: www.un.org News briefings docs 1999 19991026.unepbrf.doc.html, accessed September 8, 2011. He was best known for his roles as the adult Simba in the Broadway (Broadway theatre) stage musical (musical theater) version of ''The Lion King (The Lion King (musical))'' The Broadway League, ''The Lion King'', Internet Broadway Database, http: ibdb.com production.php?id 4761, accessed September 8, 2011. and Denahi in the animated Disney film ''Brother Bear''. ''Brother Bear'' DVD site, Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment, http: www.disneydvd.com BrotherBear, accessed September 17, 2011. Early life Born as '''Jason Rothenberg''', Kenneth Jones, "Jason Raize, Broadway's Original Simba in The Lion King, Dead at 28," Playbill.com, February 9, 2004, http: www.playbill.com news article 84301-Jason-Raize-Broadways-Original-Simba-in-The-Lion-King-Dead-at-28, accessed September 8, 2011. Jason grew up in the Catskills in upstate New York, and started acting as a teenager when his mother enrolled him in a summer Shakespeare workshop. Patrick Pacheco, "Raize of Light," ''InTheater'', January 23, 1998, 16-19. In high school, after moving with his father to Oneonta, New York, Jason performed in high school plays and with Oneonta’s Orpheus Theatre. He moved to New York City after high school where he briefly attended the American Musical and Dramatic Academy.


Near North Side, Chicago

"L" Station Opened at Merchandise Mart date December 6, 1930 newspaper Chicago Daily Tribune page 26 and rebuilt in 1988. Prior to 1963 the station also served interurban trains of the North Shore Line (Chicago North Shore and Milwaukee Railroad). The primary purpose of the station is to serve the Merchandise Mart, one of the world's largest commercial buildings, although there are some galleries and restaurants nearby. '''Chicago''' (sometimes '''Chicago


Pembroke, Ontario

Pembroke Daily Observer . Thedailyobserver.ca. Retrieved on 2013-07-12. In 1898 Pembroke became the seat of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Pembroke. Economy 200px thumb left Pembroke's public library (Image:Pembroke Public Library.JPG) Pembroke is the largest commercial centre between North Bay (North Bay, Ontario) and Ottawa. Historically, forestry and farming formed the backbone of the local economy and remain important today. Local timber products include lumber


Norrköping

fax hours price content Is an ambitious record store with both new and used records. They also sell postcards. * '''Pressbyrån''' (Drottninggatan 37) is a well-stocked magazine store with lots of international and Swedish magazines. * '''Ingelsta Handelscentrum''' (Järngatan 6) is one of the largest commercial shopping districts in Sweden. Notable stores include Maxi, Coop Forum, City Gross, Willys, Media Markt, Bahaus, El-Giganten and many food restaurants, small stores


Sydney, Nova Scotia

to and from Toronto between May and November. WestJet - When we fly Other carriers may also offer seasonal service. Media thumb left CJCB-TV television studio building (File:CJCB-TV television studio building.jpg) Sydney is the island's largest commercial centre and home to the ''Cape Breton Post'' daily newspaper, as well as one television station, CJCB-TV, a member of the CTV Television Network. Joan Jessome, president of the Nova Scotia Government and General Employees Union, told ''The Canadian Press (w:The Canadian Press)'' that the guards refused to show up for their Thursday night shift, and did not show up for work on Friday. Jessome stated that the guards's refusal to work is permitted under the provincial Occupational Health and Safety Act. "What they've done is not a work stoppage. What they've done is exercise their right to refuse to do the work because they believe it's unsafe," said Jessome.


Courtenay, British Columbia

Resort is the largest commercial ski area on Vancouver Island. Each winter season many flock there to enjoy the seasonal sports such as skiing, snowboarding, cross-country skiing, snow tubing, snow shoeing, sledding and more, as well summer attractions such as mountain bike riding (Mountain biking in British Columbia) and hiking. The resort has a lot of on-mountain accommodation in the Alpine Village. Sports The Comox Valley Glacier Kings play junior (Junior hockey) Ice hockey hockey


Pasco, Washington

, in Franklin County, Washington, USA (United States). It is the third largest commercial airport in the State of Washington, and has three runways. The Tri-Cities Airport (then the Pasco Airport) was site of the first air mail contract flight between Elko, Nevada and Pasco, Washington made by Varney Airlines, (later United Airlines) in 1926. The airport was relocated to its present site and became known as the Franklin County Airport. The United States Navy built Naval Air Station Pasco during World War II. After the war, the Navy sold the field to the city of Pasco (Pasco, Washington), but still retains training privileges. Several Navy aircraft, especially the P-3 Orion, use the field for landing and take-off training. The Port of Pasco then took ownership in 1963 and opened doors to a new Terminal Building in 1966. KUNS also has three translator stations, serving the Yakima (Yakima, Washington)-Walla Walla (Walla Walla, Washington)-Pasco (Pasco, Washington)-Richland (Richland, Washington)-Kennewick (Kennewick, Washington) market of Eastern Washington. All of these stations are owned and operated by Fisher Communications as of 2007. 126. Yakima (Yakima, Washington) Pasco (Pasco, Washington)-Richland (Richland, Washington)-Kennewick, WA (Kennewick, Washington) KIMA-TV KEPR-TV '''Bruce Eugene Kison''' (born February 18, 1950 in Pasco (Pasco, Washington), Washington (Washington (U.S. state))) is a former Major League Baseball pitcher. He pitched from 1971-1985 for three different teams, the Pittsburgh Pirates (1971–1979), California Angels (Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim) (1980–1984) and Boston Red Sox (1985). He batted and threw right-handed. The WIL consisted of teams in the U.S. states of Oregon, Washington (Washington (U.S. state)) and Idaho and the Canadian provinces of British Columbia and Alberta. It was a Class B league through 1951 (1951 in baseball) and was upgraded to Class A in 1952 (1952 in baseball). In its final season, it included teams in Calgary (Calgary, Alberta), Edmonton (Edmonton, Alberta), Lewiston (Lewiston, Idaho), Salem (Salem, Oregon), Spokane (Spokane, Washington), Kennewick (Kennewick, Washington)-Richland (Richland, Washington)-Pasco (Pasco, Washington) (playing as "Tri-City (Tri-Cities, Washington)"), Vancouver (Vancouver, British Columbia), Victoria (Victoria, British Columbia), Wenatchee (Wenatchee, Washington) and Yakima (Yakima, Washington). '''Pasco Senior High School''', located at 1108 N. 10th Avenue in Pasco (Pasco, Washington), Washington (Washington (U.S. state)), is the largest high school in the Tri-Cities of Washington. Its mascot is the Bulldog and its colors are purple and white. Pasco High has a very diverse student body and a strong football (American football) program. It was the only High School in Pasco until 2009 when Chiawana High School, in West Pasco opened its doors.


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