Names Database entry for "Baddeck" (includes map) publisher Government of Nova Scotia accessdate October 8, 2013 Weymouth (Weymouth, Nova Scotia) group7 Lists
The '''Scugog River''' is a river in the Kawartha Lakes region of Ontario which flows north from Lake Scugog to empty into Sturgeon Lake (Sturgeon Lake (Ontario)) on the Trent-Severn Waterway. birth_place residence Kawartha Lakes, Ontario occupation nurse Southeast South Kawartha Lakes, Galway-Cavendish and Harvey Southwest The newest Bob FM station in Canada, CHUM Limited's CKLY (CKLY-FM) in Kawartha Lakes, Ontario, adopted the format on August 21, 2005, while WLFF (WBPE) in Lafayette, Indiana, jettisoned its country format to introduce Bob to its listeners on December 6, 2007. CAMMAC runs two summer music centres (CAMMAC Lake MacDonald in the Laurentian mountains (Laurentians) northwest of Montreal, Quebec and the CAMMAC Ontario Music Centre (renamed Lake Field Musicin 2010) at the Lakefield College School in the Kawartha Lakes area of Ontario). CAMMAC also holds regional activities year-round in Montreal, Toronto, Quebec City, Nova Scotia and Ottawa-Gatineau (Ottawa). The Music Centres offer individual weeks of classes and music-making opportunities for adults and children, nine summer weeks at Lake MacDonald and in different years two or three weeks at the Lake Field Music in Lakefield. At the music centres, the different weeks emphasize different kinds of music. The regions support a variety of music-making, including, in different regions, monthly choral readings, orchestral performances, and specialized groups such as madrigal singing, jazz band, chamber music workshops and recorder ensembles. The Montréal region, which is the largest by membership, organizes a regularly rehearsing amateur orchestra. image 150px (File:CKLY-FM.png) city Kawartha Lakes, Ontario branding 91.9 Bob FM - Bobcaygeon Curling Club Kawartha Lakes Bobcaygeon (Bobcaygeon, Ontario) 4 - Canada thumb Minor hockey players in Kawartha Lakes (File:Hockey win Kawartha Lakes Ontario.jpg), Ontario celebrate the third goal of the game in Central Ontario Junior C Hockey League action In Canada, the age categories are designated by each provincial hockey governing body based on Hockey Canada's guidelines, HockeyCanada.ca and each category may have multiple tiers based on skill. - colspan "4" '''Kawartha Lakes''' - ''Main article (Kawartha Lakes municipal election, 2006)'' - Geography This small, shallow, fresh body of water is a part of the Trent-Severn Waterway a series of rivers, lakes and canals running southwest from Severn Sound on the eastern shore of Lake Huron 's Georgian Bay, up the Severn River (Severn River (central Ontario)), through Lake Couchiching, Lake Simcoe and the Kawartha Lakes and down the Trent River (Trent River (Ontario)) across south-central Ontario to the northern shore of Lake Ontario.
of Gravenhurst (Gravenhurst, Ontario). The word was subsequently changed by tourism promoters to ''Kawartha'', with the meaning "bright waters and happy lands." '''Sparrow Lake''' is a lake located in the south-central region of the Province of Ontario, Canada. It is situated north-west of the town of Orillia and south of the town of Gravenhurst, Ontario and approximately 150 kilometres and a 1.5 hour drive north of the Greater Toronto Area. Sparrow Lake is the most southerly lake in the popular Muskoka tourist region. - align "center" '''South Muskoka Shield''' 2006 Gravenhurst (Gravenhurst, Ontario) Gravenhurst Centennial Centre - align "center"
with their local area as a place to live and 82% of residents feel their area is a place where people from different backgrounds can get on well together. North Kesteven's residents live in around 100 mainly small communities. Major concentrations are in Sleaford, with a population of over 17,000; North Hykeham, with around 13,500 residents
L. title Place-Names of Central California page 146 publisher Word Dancer Press location Clovis, California year 2001 isbn 1884995330 Career Coats graduated from the Naval Academy in 1968 and was designated a naval aviator in September 1969. After training as an A-7E pilot, he was assigned to Attack Squadron 192 (VA-192) from August 1970 to September 1972 aboard the USS ''Kitty Hawk'' (USS Kitty Hawk (CV-63)) and, during this time, flew 315 combat missions in Southeast Asia. He served as a flight instructor with the A-7E Readiness Training Squadron (VA-122) at Naval Air Station (Naval Air Station Lemoore), Lemoore (Lemoore, California), California, from September 1972 to December 1973 and was then selected to attend the U.S. Naval Test Pilot School, Patuxent River (Naval Air Station Patuxent River), Maryland. Personal data Baker was born in Memphis, Tennessee and considers Lemoore, California to be his hometown. He was active in the Boy Scouts of America where he achieved its second highest rank, Life Scout. He has two children. The central portion of California has a significant amount of Filipinos living in cities and towns all over the Central Valley. This area pertains cities from northernmost Sacramento (Sacramento, California) to southernmost Bakersfield (Bakersfield, California). Cities where a large amount of Filipinos reside are large cities such as Sacramento, Fresno (Fresno, California), Visalia (Visalia, California), and Bakersfield. They can also be found in places like Stockton (Stockton, California), Merced (Merced, California), Modesto (Modesto, California), Clovis (Clovis, California), Reedley (Reedley, California), Tulare (Tulare, California), Hanford (Hanford, California), Lemoore (Lemoore, California) and a small farming town in Orosi (Orosi, California). Many of these cities have Filipino stores all over town and a numerous amount own establishments such as Filipino restaurants, grocery stores, money transfer, etc. The family moved to Lemoore, California during Perry's teen years. He attended high school there, drumming (drummer) in the marching band as well as in extracurricular bands. He attended College of the Sequoias, in Visalia, California, for a short time after graduation, where he took first tenor in the choir there. Perry's mother encouraged his musical growth during this time. 29 07 2001 align left
Narromine publisher Geographical Names Board of New South Wales url http: www.gnb.nsw.gov.au name_search extract?id ujKqFxsEMa accessdate 7 November 2009 '''Lake
, Canada, broadcasting on 790 kHz AM (AM broadcasting). The station is owned by Newcap Broadcasting. CFCW also has studios in the NewCap Broadcast Centre in West Edmonton Mall. '''Daysland''' is a town in central Alberta located on Highway 13 (Alberta Highway 13), Two probes have been initiated into the collapse of the ''Big Valley Jamboree (w:Big Valley Jamboree)'' stage which killed one person, placed four others in the critical care unit and caused injuries to 75 others in Camrose (w:Camrose, Alberta), Alberta (w:Alberta) located in Canada. Panhandle Productions has brought in independent investigators to determine why the stage collapsed and to collect evidence. Due to the large number of people trapped under the stage the evidence had to be moved for rescue operations. thumb left 100px w:Camrose, Alberta Camrose (File:Camrose, Alberta Location.png), Alberta (w:Alberta) The stage collapsed shortly before 6:00 p.m. local time on Saturday killing 35-year-old Donna Moore, who was attending the festival from Lloydminster (w:Lloydminster). Premier Global Productions supplies the stage for the event, which are transported from venue to venue in sections via three semi trailers. "It's their stage. In fact, I know this stage has been used by Paul McCartney, it's been used by Metallica, and by Tim McGraw on tour." said Larry Werner the producer from Panhandle Productions.
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.
, Alberta Banff . The mountain was named in 1858 by James Hector after the waterfall or cascade on the southern flanks of the peak. in the past 125 years and lost over half of its volume. The glacier moves down from the icefield at a rate of several centimetres per day. Due to its close proximity to the Icefields Parkway, between the Alberta towns of Banff (Banff, Alberta) and Jasper (Jasper, Alberta), and rather easy accessibility, it is the most visited glacier in North America. The leading edge of the glacier is within easy walking distance; however, travel onto the glacier is not recommended unless properly equipped. Hidden crevasses have led to the deaths of unprepared tourists.
Even before any of I-79 was approved, two short urban portions were designated in September 1955: a spur from I-90 north to Erie (Erie, PA), and a western bypass of Pittsburgh (Pittsburgh, PA), connecting I-70 with I-80S (I-80S (PA)). Bureau of Public Roads, General Location of National System of Interstate Highways, 1955: maps of Erie (:Image:Erie, Pennsylvania 1955 Yellow Book.jpg) and Pittsburgh (:Image:Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 1955 Yellow Book.jpg) These routes were initially numbered 179 and 279, with I-79 passing through Pittsburgh and ending at I-90 south of Erie. I-179 was soon absorbed into I-79, 3-digit Interstates from I-79 but it was not until June 29, 1970 that the swap of I-79 and I-279 was approved. At the same time, I-76 (I-76 (E)) was extended west from downtown Pittsburgh over former I-79 to the new location of I-79 west of Pittsburgh, so I-279 only ran north from downtown Pittsburgh. Only 1.5 years later, on December 3, 1971, I-76 was rerouted to bypass Pittsburgh (Pennsylvania Turnpike), and I-279 was extended to I-79 utilizing the former section of I-76. Federal Highway Administration, Ask the Rambler: Was I-76 Numbered to Honor Philadelphia for Independence Day, 1776? (In June 2009, I-376 was extended west and north of downtown Pittsburgh, and I-279 was truncated back to the section only running from downtown Pittsburgh north to I-79.) On July 25, 1975 I-79 was opened between exits 1 and 14. Daily Courier (The Daily Courier (Arizona)), I-79 Opening Today in Greene County, July 25, 1975 The last piece of I-79 between West Virginia and Erie — the Neville Island Bridge over the Ohio River - opened on September 3, 1976. Valley Independent, Interstate 79 opened to Erie, September 4, 1976 thumb 1955 " General Location of National System of Interstate Highways Yellow Book (Image:Dallas, Texas 1955 Yellow Book.jpg)" plan for Interstates in Dallas It was not until 1964 that I-345, extending I-45 north along the proposed Central
foundations and railings met the acceptable standards and no immediate corrective action was needed to improve it. In 2007, the Federal Highway Administration National Bridge Inventory found the bridge to be "functionally obsolete".