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extensively via billboards and television, and practicing the format until they were sure it was ready. The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission, however, refused to approve more than four hours of rock programming a day - two in the morning and two in afternoon drive - and insisted that the station remain big-band the rest of the time, holding that Top 40 music belonged on AM and that FM was for "fine music" such as classical, jazz, big band and beautiful music
time holding on to its outposts in the South. In addition, more conservative members, uneasy with the union's foreign policy and with the increasing number of African-American and Mexican-American unionists, tried to take their locals out of the union, opening up fissures that weakened the union's strikes against the Anaconda Copper Mining Company in 1954 and 1959. The union eventually merged with the Steelworkers in 1967 after losing locals to it in Butte and Canada. Only Local 598 in Sudbury (Greater Sudbury), Ontario, which had a contentious and sometimes violent history with the city's Steelworkers locals, "Fighting the good fight: Homer Seguin tells his story", ''Northern Life (Northern Life (newspaper))'', October 15, 2008. northernlife.ca voted against the merger — it remained autonomous until 1993, when it merged with the Canadian Auto Workers. Communications Moosonee has a local radio station, CHMO 1450 AM that is generally operated by volunteers, plus a rebroadcasting facility for CBC Radio One Northern Ontario from CBCS-FM Sudbury (Greater Sudbury) on 1340 AM. CBLT (on channel 9) and TVOntario (channel 11) have low-powered rebroadcast transmitters in Moosonee. Most homes subscribe to either Creecable cable TV or a satellite TV service to augment the two locally available channels. The Harris government also faced controversy when Kimberly Rogers, a Sudbury (Greater Sudbury) woman who had been convicted of welfare (Social welfare) fraud, died in her apartment while under house arrest in 2001. Her death was ruled a suicide. A subsequent inquest did not assign blame to the government for the woman's death, but recommended that lifetime bans for fraud be eliminated, and that adequate food, housing and medication be provided to anyone under house arrest. McCarten, James. "Coroner's jury urges Ontario to end no-tolerance crackdown on welfare cheats". ''Canadian Press'', December 19, 2002 * Fort St. John (Fort St. John, British Columbia), British Columbia (14 November 2006) * Greater Sudbury, Ontario (12 February 2007) * Laval (Laval, Quebec), Quebec (3 October 2007) - ! ''Canadian (The Canadian)'' Toronto, Sudbury (Greater Sudbury), Hornepayne, Sioux Lookout, Winnipeg, Saskatoon, Edmonton, Jasper (Jasper, Alberta), Kamloops, Vancouver Three week 1 and 2 Economy, baggage car, sleeper touring Washago, Sudbury (Downtown), Oba, Portage la Prairie, Jasper, Mission - - ! Sudbury – White River train Sudbury (Downtown) (Greater Sudbury), Cartier (Cartier, Ontario), Chapleau (Chapleau, Ontario), White River (White River, Ontario) Three week 185 and 186 Economy, baggage car Sudbury Jct, Franz - * Canada is represented in Finland through its embassy in Helsinki. * Finland has an embassy in Ottawa and 13 honorary consuls (in Calgary, Edmonton, Halifax (Halifax Regional Municipality), Montreal, Quebec City, Regina (Regina, Saskatchewan), Sault Ste. Marie (Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario), Sudbury (Greater Sudbury), Thunder Bay, Timmins, Toronto, Vancouver and Winnipeg). * With their 13 consulates across Canada, Finland is the most represented foreign country in Canada. birth_date Rimstead began his journalism career at the age of 11, reporting on local farm births. A high school drop-out, Rimstead would become a seasoned sports reporter, columnist, and writer.
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Xianzhi in battle and killed him. However, Wang's followers, including Shang Junzhang's brother Shang Rang, gathered their troops and submitted to Huang. Huang continued the roving campaign, and marched south, capturing and for some time holding Guang Prefecture (廣州, in modern Guangzhou, Guangdong) as his headquarters. Meanwhile, the Shatuo chieftain Li Guochang and Li Guochang's son Li Keyong rebelled to the north, and they made an attempt to take over the modern Shanxi
;Most Creative Stage Production" at the 1990 Pollstar Concert Industry Awards. thumb left A patriotic display in Toronto (Image:Lincoln's Birthday 2.jpg), ON (Ontario) honoring Lincoln's Birthday. During the Battle of York Americans occupied the Town of York (York, Upper Canada) (later named Toronto) in 1813. After losing their general Zebulon Pike and having a difficult time holding the town, the departing American soldiers burned it to the ground. birth_date
, it had a harder time holding on to its outposts in the South. In addition, more conservative members, uneasy with the union's foreign policy and with the increasing number of African-American and Mexican-American unionists, tried to take their locals out of the union, opening up fissures that weakened the union's strikes against the Anaconda Copper Mining Company in 1954 and 1959. The union eventually merged with the Steelworkers in 1967 after losing locals to it in Butte and Canada