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Peterborough, Ontario

at the university. Articles for ''Arthur'' are produced by a staff collective of paid staff and volunteer writers who meet weekly to plan the next issue in Sadleir House, the historic building which houses its office. The collective elects one or more chief editors who serve a term of one academic year (Year#Academic year) in an administrative and editorial role. Jes Sachse and Meaghan Kelly were elected as the 2010-2011 Co-Editors-in-Chief. :''See also Festival of Lights (disambiguation) (Festival of Lights)'' Every summer, the Peterborough Summer Festival of Lights, a non-profit, charitable organization in Peterborough, Ontario, Canada, hosts a series of free outdoor concerts every Wednesday and Saturday night at Del Crary Park, located in the downtown on George Street, adjacent to Little Lake. Founded in 1986 by Fred Anderson, these concerts were followed by a choreographed illuminated boat show and a fireworks display. :Geo Swan (User:Geo Swan), Toronto (Toronto, Ontario) :Gpollock (User:Gpollock), Peterborough, Ontario Guelph, Ontario :GrantNeufeld (User:GrantNeufeld), Calgary (Calgary, Alberta) Themes Martel described ''Self'' as the crucible of a thematic interest in religious faith that later informed his second work, ''Life of Pi''.


Syria

1015 damascus.html title Damascus date 15 October 2009 publisher Raidió Teilifís Éireann accessdate 26 November 2009 thumb Damascus University (File:Damascus university internal view.jpg) Education is free and compulsory from ages 6 to 12. Schooling consists of 6 years of primary education followed by a 3-year general or vocational training period and a 3-year academic or vocational program


Washington, D.C.

. , Paris and The Hague. As Minister of National Defence he guided post-war demobilization, helped shape Canadian Cold War foreign policy, and presided over Canada’s participation in the Korean War. In 1947, Claxton reopened RMC as a 3-service cadet college offering a 4-year academic degree. He said, "The role of the officer in modern war can only be properly discharged if they have education and standing in the community comparable to that of any of the other professions as well


Canada

'' are produced by a staff collective of paid staff and volunteer writers who meet weekly to plan the next issue in Sadleir House, the historic building which houses its office. The collective elects one or more chief editors who serve a term of one academic year (Year#Academic year) in an administrative and editorial role. Jes Sachse and Meaghan Kelly were elected as the 2010-2011 Co-Editors-in-Chief. '''Marion Alice (Powell) Orr''', CM (Order of Canada) (25 June 1918 - 4 April 1995) was a pioneering Canadian (Canada) aviator who was the first woman to run a flying school. She served with the Air Transport Auxiliary during World War II and was awarded the Order of Canada in 1986. '''''Endless Wire''''' is Canadian (Canada) singer Gordon Lightfoot's thirteenth original album, released in 1978 on Warner Bros. Records (#3149). Although the album continued in the musical and writing style of ''Summertime Dream'' (1976), it marked the beginning of the end of Lightfoot's commercial success as a recording artist, although he would remain both a prolific songwriter and popular as a live act. It is generally regarded as one of Lightfoot's weaker efforts, which has often Commons:Category:Canada Wikipedia:Canada dmoz:Regional North America Canada


Japan

at the meetings of the Defence Committee under the North Atlantic Treaty in Washington, D.C., Paris and The Hague. As Minister of National Defence he guided post-war demobilization, helped shape Canadian Cold War foreign policy, and presided over Canada’s participation in the Korean War. In 1947, Claxton reopened RMC as a 3-service cadet college offering a 4-year academic degree. He said, "The role of the officer in modern war can only be properly discharged if they have


Australia

. As Minister of National Defence he guided post-war demobilization, helped shape Canadian Cold War foreign policy, and presided over Canada’s participation in the Korean War. In 1947, Claxton reopened RMC as a 3-service cadet college offering a 4-year academic degree. He said, "The role of the officer in modern war can only be properly discharged if they have education and standing in the community comparable to that of any of the other professions as well as high qualities of character


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