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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.


Gravenhurst, Ontario

-adult novel, "The Landing" was winner of the 2008 Governor General's Award for children't literature (text). His latest political work, "Open & Shut: Why America Has Barack Obama and Canada Has Stephen Harper" was published in May 2009. It was written while he was in Washington, covering American politics and society for the Globe. demo-cd Parry Sound (Parry Sound District, Ontario), Muskoka (Muskoka District Municipality, Ontario) demo-csd


Kirov Oblast

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Vologda

the Bolshevik faction of the Russian Social Democratic Labour Party (RSDLP) in 1906. He took the pseudonym '''Molotov''' (from the Russian ''molot'', ''"hammer"'') for his political work. He was arrested in 1909 and spent two years in exile in Vologda


Irkutsk

), the son of a shop clerk. Contrary to a commonly repeated error, he was not related to the composer Alexander Scriabin. His other party nickname was 'stone arse', owing


Ipswich

books?id Iwo6FnGALocC ''Journal of John Winthrop: 1630-1649'' , accessed March 15, 2011. Nathaniel Ward, an assistant pastor in town from 1634 to 1636, wrote the first code of laws for Massachusetts and later published the religious political work, ''The Simple Cobbler of Aggawam in America'' Ward, Nathaniel. ''The Simple Cobbler of Aggawam in American'' in England. Rise of King Henry II Five years


Kazan

. Contrary to a commonly repeated error, he was not related to the composer Alexander Scriabin. His other party nickname was 'stone arse', owing to his long hours


NKVD

, in the Soviet archives, Browder’s younger sister Marguerite was an agent working in various European countries for the NKVD. Browder expressed concern over the effect it would have on the American public if his sister’s secret work for Soviet intelligence were to be exposed: “In view of my increasing involvement in national political affairs and growing connections in Washington political circles”...“it might become dangerous to this political work if hostile


Southampton

at The Playhouse, The Arts Club and numerous theatres in British Columbia, Ontario and Alberta. The last live stage production he did was ''A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum'', where he played Miles Gloriosus. He also performed in ''Henry IV'' and ''As You Like It'' at The Playhouse, as well as ''Dracula'' and ''Passion'' at The Arts Club. Post Army The rest of his life was spent in literary and political work. He was one of the original fellows of the Royal Geographical Society, and was a member of the Royal Society and of many other learned bodies. His theories as to the course of the River Niger, published under the title ''Dissertation on the Course and Probable Termination of the Niger'' (London, 1829), involved him in a good deal of controversy. From 1832 to 1837 he sat in the House of Commons (House of Commons of the United Kingdom) as Member of Parliament (MP) for Berwick-upon-Tweed (Berwick-upon-Tweed (UK Parliament constituency)), and in 1835 was made Surveyor-General of the Ordnance. He was elected as MP for Sandwich (Sandwich (UK Parliament constituency)) in 1839, and held that seat until he committed suicide at Southampton on 1 May 1841. He was then a general, and colonel of the 11th Regiment of Foot. Practitioners The idea was first implemented by artists Hugh Pryor and Jeremy Wood, who have drawn a 13-mile wide fish in Oxfordshire and spiders whose legs reach across cities. They have also provided an answer to the question "What is the world's biggest "IF (logical conditional)"?" It happens to be a pair of letters, "I", which goes from Iffley in Oxford to Southampton and back, and "F" which traverses through the Ifield Road in London down to Iford in East Sussex, through Iford and back up through Ifold in West Sussex. The total length is 537 km, and the height of the drawing in typographic units is 319,334,400 point (point (typography))s. The text you are reading is about 10 points. '''Hedge End''' is a town and civil parish (civil parishes in England) located in Hampshire in England. It is situated to the east of the City of Southampton (Southampton), adjoining the districts of West End (West End, Hampshire) and Botley (Botley, Hampshire). Hedge End lies within the Borough of Eastleigh (Eastleigh (borough)) and is part of the Southampton Urban Area. thumb left Map of Roman Britain, showing the road from Clausentum to Chichester (Image:Brittain 410.jpg) The earliest history of the area now known as Hedge End is lost in the Dark Ages (Dark Ages (historiography)). There are few records. The Belgae tribe inhabited this area prior to the Roman conquest (Roman conquest of Britain) Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom England Hampshire Southampton Commons:Category:Southampton


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