What is Canada known for?

largest association

. Musicians from the latter three bands combined in 2011 to form the Psychobilly band Boneyard Zombies. Stuart Chatwood of Canadian (Canada) rock band The Tea Party, was also born in Fleetwood. The '''Canadian Medical Association''' (CMA), with more than 70,000 members, is the largest association of doctor (Medical doctor)s in Canada and works to represent their interests nationally. It formed in 1867, three months after Confederation (Canadian Confederation). The CMA

in the Legislative Assembly of Ontario as a Liberal (Ontario Liberal Party) from 1987 to 1990. After several years out of politics, was elected as a city councillor for Brantford's fifth ward in the 2010 municipal election (Brantford municipal election, 2010). The '''American Callers Association''' ('''ACA''') is the second largest association of square dance caller (caller (dance))s in the United States. ACA is a non-profit organization with headquarters at Muscle Shoals, Alabama

white sports

hits: "Raise a Little Hell", "We're Here for a Good Time (Not a Long Time)", "The Boys in the Bright White Sports Car", "General Hand Grenade", "3 Dressed Up as a 9", and "Santa Maria". After hearing Applejack perform, Randy Bachman of Bachman–Turner Overdrive and The Guess Who signed the band to his "Legend" label. The band changed their name to '''Trooper''', and Bachman produced the band's self-titled debut

poor record

of the Year titles have also gone to Hanoverians in the restricted divisions, such as Large Junior Hunter 16-17 in 2008, Amateur Owner Hunter 18-35 and Amateur Owner Hunter 35+ in 2006, and Green Conformation Hunter in 2006. While poor record-keeping on the part of sellers and buyers limits their potential accuracy, the United States Equestrian Federation also publishes annual rankings of sires of hunter horses. In 2008, four Hanoverian sires were ranked in the top 10: All the Gold (2), Rio

school played

Booth (1940–1972), after playing for Minden High School and Louisiana State University, joined the Ottawa Rough Riders of the Canadian Football League, having played from 1962 to 1970. He died in an airplane crash in Canada. He resided in Harvey (Harvey, Louisiana), Louisiana. Booth obituary, ''The Times'' (Shreveport), July 2, 1972 * Larry C. Brewer (1948–2003), a 1966 graduate of Minden High School, played successfully for Louisiana Tech

singles success

11th episode of Monday Night Raw, which would ultimately end their final run together. The team's popularity propelled Edge and Christian to singles success, with both men becoming multiple-time world champions (World Heavyweight Championship (professional wrestling)) in their own right. Independent circuit (1990) Copeland and Reso formed a tag team in the Canadian (Canada) independent circuit after completing their training with Ron Hutchinson, primarily using the ring

series sports

–1952 playoffs, the Red Wings swept both the Toronto Maple Leafs and the Montreal Canadiens, with Sawchuk surrendering just five goals in eight games (for a 0.67 GAA), with four shutouts. John A. Drobnicki, "Sawchuk, Terrance Gordon ('Terry')," in ''The Scribner Encyclopedia of American Lives, Thematic Series: Sports Figures'' (Scribner's, 2002), Vol. 2, pp. 335-336. '''Island Edge Inc.''' is a Canada

Kho Kho Tag Rugby In South Asia, two sports are variants of tag, played at the team level, sometimes internationally. In Kabaddi, raiders cross a dividing line to try to tag defenders, while continuously chanting "kabbadi" on one breath while over the line.

international video

; won in the Single of the Year (Juno Award for Single of the Year) category at the 2003 Juno Awards. In the United States, the song was nominated at the 2003 Grammy Awards for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance (Grammy Award for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance) and Song of the Year (Grammy Award for Song of the Year); it lost both awards to Norah Jones's "Don't Know Why". In Brazil it was nominated in the category of best international video

album acting

a fifth piece on the album, acting a prologue to the album-proper, which, appropriate to its name begins on track 13. '''Donald Mackay''', OC (Order of Canada), O.Ont (Order of Ontario) (born 1936) is a Canadian (Canada) scientist specializing in environmental chemistry. The society was founded in 1991 and has members from around the world including Australia, Canada, Czech republic, England, Germany, Greece, Scotland and the United States

quality news

Canadian and United Kingdom based online publishing organizations in forming one global network, each publisher maintaining its own identity, yet all three cooperating to provide readers everywhere with high quality news as it breaks from across the 230 cities they serve. '''Branksome Hall''' is an independent girls' school for day and boarding students from Junior Kindergarten to Grade 12. Founded in 1903, the school is located on a 13-acre campus in in Toronto, Ontario

running original

on Cartoon Network late night programing block, Adult Swim, as well as Teletoon (Teletoon (Canada))'s Teletoon at Night block and later G4 Canada's ADd (Adult Digital Distraction) block in Canada. It is one of the spin-offs (Spin-off (media)) of ''Space Ghost Coast to Coast'', and as of 2011, the longest running original series on Adult Swim, as well as the only remaining original series continuously airing since the program block launched in 2001


'''Canada''' ( ) is a country in North America consisting of ten provinces and three territories (Provinces and territories of Canada). Located in the northern part of the continent, it extends from the Atlantic to the Pacific and northward into the Arctic Ocean. Covering 9.98 million square kilometres in total, Canada is the world's second-largest country by total area (List of countries and dependencies by area) and the fourth-largest country by land area (List of countries and dependencies by area). Its common border (Canada–United States border) with the United States forms the world's longest land border.

The land that is now Canada has been inhabited for millennia by various Aboriginal peoples (Aboriginal peoples in Canada). Beginning in the late 15th century, British (British colonization of the Americas) and French colonies (French colonization of the Americas) were established on the region's Atlantic coast. As a consequence of various conflicts (Military history of Canada), the United Kingdom gained and lost North American territories until left, in the late 18th century, with what mostly comprises Canada today. Pursuant to the British North America Act (Constitution Act, 1867), on July 1, 1867, three colonies joined (Confederation of Canada) to form the autonomous federal Dominion (Canadian federalism) of Canada. This began an accretion of provinces and territories (Territorial evolution of Canada) to the new self-governing Dominion. In 1931, Britain granted Canada near total independence with the Statute of Westminster 1931 and full sovereignty was attained when the Canada Act 1982 severed the vestiges of legal dependence on the British parliament (Parliament of the United Kingdom).

Canada is a federal (federation) parliamentary democracy and a constitutional monarchy Queen Elizabeth II being the current head of state. The country is officially bilingual (Official bilingualism in Canada) at the federal level. It is one of the world's most ethnically diverse and multicultural (Multiculturalism in Canada) nations, the product of large-scale immigration from many countries, with a population of approximately 35 million as of 2015. Its advanced economy is one of the largest in the world (List of countries by GDP (nominal)), relying chiefly upon its abundant natural resources and well-developed international trade networks. Canada's long and complex relationship (Canada–United States relations) with the United States has had a significant impact on its economy and culture.

Canada is a developed country and one of the wealthiest in the world, with the thirteenth highest (List of countries by GDP (nominal) per capita) per capita income globally, and the eighth highest (List of countries by Human Development Index) ranking in the Human Development Index. It ranks among the highest (International rankings of Canada) in international measurements of government transparency, civil liberties, quality of life, economic freedom, and education. Canada is a member of the Commonwealth of Nations, and is furthermore part of several major international and intergovernmental institutions or groupings, including NATO the G8, the Group of Ten (Group of Ten (economic)), the G20 (G-20 major economies), the North American Free Trade Agreement and the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum.

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