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Chanhassen, Minnesota

. * Minnesota Landscape Arboretum * Chanhassen Dinner Theatres (Dinner theater#Chanhassen) * Paisley Park Studios * Eckankar Spiritual Campus Chanhassen Dinner Theatres Chanhassen Dinner Theatres is the nation's largest professional dinner theatre, and the largest privately owned restaurant in the state of Minnesota. Since 1968, more than 200 plays have been produced and played to more than ten million guests. Chanhassen


Oliver W. Dillard

the officer corps. thumb 150px right Military Intelligence Corps Distinctive Insignia. MI Corps established 1 July 1987. (File:MI RDI.svg) General Dillard was a 1974 charter member of The Rocks, Inc.—the largest professional military officers’ organization with a majority African-American membership—and was committed to assisting with professional development and social events to improve the officer corps.


Torreón

, in Torreón, Coahuila) is a Mexican ''Luchador (Lucha libre) Enmascarado (wrestling mask)'' (Spanish for "Masked professional wrestler (professional wrestling)") who is best known under the ring name '''Dr. Wagner, Jr.'''. As Dr. Wagner, Jr. he has worked mainly in Mexico for Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (CMLL) and Asistencia Asesoría y Administración (AAA), Mexico's two largest professional wrestling promotions as well as working for several Japanese promotions


Kelowna

Cup ) * Okanagan Sun – Canadian Junior Football League (Winners of the 1988 and 2000 Canadian Bowl) * Okanagan Challenge – Pacific Coast Soccer League * Kelowna Falcons – West Coast Collegiate Baseball League * Center of Gravity Festival (Center of Gravity (festival)) * Kelowna Hydrofest- American Boat Racing Association (Largest professional boat racing series in Canada) * Okanagan Coyotes Education Primary and secondary schools


Fredericton

. The Playhouse (The Playhouse (Fredericton)) hosts plays and musicals throughout the year, as well as presenting visiting comedians and musical performances by both Canadian and international artists. The Playhouse is the main venue for Theatre New Brunswick (TNB). TNB was founded by prominent Canadian director Walter Learning in 1969, and is the province’s largest professional theatre company. Every fall Fredericton hosts the Harvest Jazz & Blues Festival. The week-long festival


Saskatoon

a neck injury and concussion. Moore is out of the lineup indefinitely. * Regina (Regina, Saskatchewan) features Saskatchewan's largest professional theatre and Canada's only permanent arena theatre, the Globe Theatre (Globe Theatre, Regina). * Saskatoon is home to Persephone Theatre, as well as Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan. * The Magnetic North Theatre Festival, based in Ottawa, Ontario and held annually, alternating between Ottawa and another Canadian city. *The Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan Festival in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan * Saint John (Saint John, New Brunswick), New Brunswick - CKLT (CKLT-TV) * Saskatoon, Saskatchewan - CFQC (CFQC-TV) * Sault Ste. Marie (Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario), Ontario - CHBX (CHBX-TV) Saskatchewan's first legislative session was convened at the end of March 1906. The major issue dominating this first session was the selection of a capital city. (Regina had only been named temporary capital.) Scott had assumed that Regina would remain the capital, but in May – at a secret meeting of the Liberal caucus – Scott was shocked to learn that two-thirds of his caucus supported moving the capital to Saskatoon. Scott insisted on Regina, though, and his caucus eventually fell in line – when the Liberal MLA (Member of the Legislative Assembly) from Saskatoon (Saskatoon City (provincial electoral district)), W.C. Sutherland (William Charles Sutherland), introduced a resolution to move the capital to Saskatoon on May 23, 1906, the motion was defeated by a vote of 21 – 02 in the legislature. In April 1909, over the opposition of President Murray, the government decided to locate the new University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon. The university's first classes were held in the Drinkle Building downtown in September 1909, while plans were made to develop the university on the east side of the South Saskatchewan River on land well suited for agricultural research. Early life Toombs was born in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan and raised in Winnipeg, Manitoba. He attended Windsor Park Collegiate. His father was an officer with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police while they lived in The Pas, Manitoba. The Adam Carolla Podcast, January 8, 2010, ''Interview with Roddy Piper''. After being expelled from junior high WikiPedia:Saskatoon Dmoz:Regional North_America Canada Saskatchewan Localities S Saskatoon Commons:Category:Saskatoon


Burlington, Vermont

. U.S. 7 parallels I-89 from Burlington northward to the Canadian border. *20px (File:Vermont 100.svg) Vermont Route 100 – Runs south to north almost directly through the center of the state, providing a route along the full length of the Green Mountains. The largest professional franchise is the Vermont Lake Monsters, a single-A minor league baseball affiliate of the Oakland Athletics, based in Burlington (Burlington, Vermont). They were named the Vermont Expos prior to 2006.


Thunder Bay

*Paul Shaffer, bandleader on the American ''Late Show with David Letterman'', Paul Shaffer Bio at CBS – Late Show. Retrieved 20 April 2007. and recipient of the Order of Canada. *Bobby Curtola, an early rock and roll singer and one-time teen idol. Curtola's Official Website. Retrieved 20 April 2007. *Norval Morriseau, artist. *Lauri Conger, keyboardist and songwriter, and a member of the Canadian band Parachute Club (Parachute Club (band)). *Gary Kendall, musician, solo artist and multiple Maple Blues Award (Maple Blues Awards) winner. *Kevin Durand, actor. *Katie Weatherston, Olympic (2006 Winter Olympics) gold medalist. *Haley Irwin, Olympic (2006 Winter Olympics) gold medalist. *Jay Miron, professional BMX rider and 9-time X-Games medalist. Printable Biography of Jay Miron, ''All-American Talent and Celebrity Network''. Retrieved on 2 October 2007. *Clarence Decatur Howe, originally from Massachusetts


Regina, Saskatchewan

was last seen by the family. * July 20 - Prime minister (Prime Minister of Canada) Paul Martin announces his new cabinet, which includes new faces such as ice hockey great Ken Dryden, former BC (British Columbia) premier Ujjal Dosanjh, and former Progressive Conservative (Progressive Conservative Party of Canada) and the openly gay Scott Brison. Saskatchewan * Regina (Regina, Saskatchewan) features Saskatchewan's largest professional theatre and Canada's only permanent arena theatre, the Globe Theatre (Globe Theatre, Regina). * Saskatoon is home to Persephone Theatre, as well as Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan. * Prince Albert (Prince Albert, Saskatchewan), Saskatchewan, CIPA (CIPA-TV) * Regina (Regina, Saskatchewan), Saskatchewan - CKCK (CKCK-TV) * Saint John (Saint John, New Brunswick), New Brunswick - CKLT (CKLT-TV) Spencer was born in Stockton, Missouri, United States, in 1942. He worked in Kansas City, Missouri, for Hallmark Cards after graduating from Sheldon High School. He left Hallmark after eight years, and in 1967 worked as a farm hand. He moved to Canada in 1974, after responding to a request to come to Saskatchewan as a church planner for the Regina, Saskatchewan, area. He established two congregations in Regina, one in Moose Jaw (Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan) and another in Swift Current. thumb Speakers' Corner in Regina, Saskatchewan (File:Speakers corner.jpg) Dedicated by the Earl Mountbatten (Louis Mountbatten, 1st Earl Mountbatten of Burma) on April 12, 1966, Speakers' Corner in Regina, Saskatchewan is located on the north shore of Wascana Lake (Wascana Centre). It serves as a constant reminder of the notion of free speech and assembly and a tribute to Saskatchewan people who have upheld that heritage. The two lanterns framing the south entrance to the main plaza formed part of the Cumberland Screen at the entrance to Speakers' Corner in London. The podia on the main plaza are from the exterior columns of the Old City Hall (1908–1965) and symbolize free speech in democracy at the municipal level of government. Six paper birch trees were taken from Runnymede Meadow in Windsor Great Park, near Windsor Castle. It was there that King John (John of England) signed the Magna Carta on June 15, 1215. The ten gas lamps surrounding the corner come from King Charles Street which runs from Whitehall to St. James Park, London, near the Houses of Parliament. They were erected in 1908 during the reign of Edward VII, whose royal cypher (Royal Cypher) E.R. VII appears on the base of each lamp. Background Scott was born in 1867 in London Township, Ontario, in rural southwestern Ontario, the child of George Scott and Isabella Telfer. He moved to Portage la Prairie, Manitoba in 1885, and then – at the age of 19 – to Regina (Regina, Saskatchewan), the capital of the Northwest Territories (History of Northwest Territories capital cities), in 1886. He worked for and then ran a number of Grit (Liberal Party of Canada) newspapers. '''Cupar''' is a town 75 kilometres northeast of Regina (Regina, Saskatchewan). Cupar is settled on the flat plains 45 kilometers north of the scenic Qu'Appelle Valley. Some typical values are: Montreal 116 ppm, http: www2.ville.montreal.qc.ca pls portal docs page eau_potable_en eau_residence.shtm Calgary 165 ppm, Regina (Regina, Saskatchewan) 202 ppm, Saskatoon 2006 Winnipeg drinking water quality test results Toronto 121 ppm, City of Toronto: Toronto Water – FAQ Vancouver GVRD Wash Smart – Water Facts Charlottetown PEI 140 – 150 ppm. http: www.city.charlottetown.pe.ca allaire spectra system mediastore Water_Report_2006.pdf *May 14 - Ontario Hydro created *May 23 - Regina (Regina, Saskatchewan) decreed capital of Saskatchewan *June 24 - Octave Crémazie Monument unveiled Memorial Cup, 2001 It wasn't long before the 67's went to the Memorial Cup again. Ottawa defeated the Plymouth Whalers in the league championship. The 2001 Memorial Cup was played in Regina, Saskatchewan. Ottawa had tougher luck in this tournament, winning just one game in the round robin versus the hometown Regina Pats, then ultimately losing to Regina 5-0 in the tie-breaker game. '''Wolseley''' (Canada 2006 Census population 782) is a town in southeastern Saskatchewan, Canada, approximately 100 km east of Regina (Regina, Saskatchewan) on the Trans-Canada Highway. In 1996 she received an honorary Doctor of Laws ''Honoris Causa'' degree from the University of Regina in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. She then gave the convocation address to the administration, education, and engineering graduates. As part of the address, Sainte-Marie sang a song about the Canadian Indian residential school system. History Rosthern was 100 years old in 2003. Its history is strongly tied to farming practices. Famous experimental farmer and author Seager Wheeler lived just outside of Rosthern. There are several apocryphal versions of the story about how the town got its name. One is that in the late 1880s when the railroad ran through from Regina (Regina, Saskatchewan) to Prince Albert (Prince Albert, Saskatchewan) a man by the name of Ross drowned in the creek that flows through the town. "Terne" is old English for tarn meaning a pool, and the name stuck. south of Regina (w:Regina, Saskatchewan) in the tiny farming community of Rouleau (w:Rouleau, Saskatchewan). CTV will air tributes on April 13 in honour of Corner Gas and Dog River (w:Dog River, Saskatchewan#Dog River) which feature the cast and behind the scenes footage.


Kingston upon Hull

and there are several private hospitals including ones run by BUPA and Nuffield Hospitals.


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