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Grand''' (born '''Gilles Lagrandeur''' on January 8, 1968 in Sudbury (Greater Sudbury), Ontario, Canada) is a country music singer, best known for his hit "Famous First Words." Active since 1998, he has released three studio albums to date: 1998's ''Famous First Words (Famous First Words (Gil Grand album))'', 2002's ''Burnin (Burnin' (Gil Grand album))′'' and 2006's ''Somebody's Someone''.
title Biography: Gil Grand last Seida first Linda publisher AMG (All Media Guide) accessdate 13 May 2010 He has charted several singles on the Canadian country singles charts as well, including the top ten hit "Famous First Words (Famous First Words (song))". In 2010 Krista and her team won the second qualifying spot at the Road to the Roar in Prince George, British Columbia, Earning them one of 8 spots in Edmonton, Alberta for the "Roar of the Rings
international tour to promote ''The Year of the Flood''. She stated that she had chosen to attend the event because the city has been home to one of Canada's most ambitious environmental reclamation programs: "When people ask if there's hope (for the environment), I say, if Sudbury can do it, so can you. Having been a symbol of desolation, it's become a symbol of hope." "Sudbury a symbol of hope: Margaret
Desperately Needed Geology Programs" , ''Republic of Mining'', 28 March 2008, accessed 12 April 2008. His father was a working-class immigrant from Slovakia, who worked in the steel industry. Heidi Ulrichsen, "Community pays tribute to Sudbury union leader", ''Northern Life'', 27 February 2007, accessed 12 April 2008. Chislett was raised in a low-income family in Sudbury (Greater Sudbury), and later became a labour leader in that city. Bob Vaillancourt, "Chislett seeks out `the common good'", ''Sudbury Star'', 24 November 2000, A8. He worked in telephone repair for Bell Canada, and was president of the Energy and Paperworkers Union Local 37 in the 1990s and 2000s (decade). He criticized the changes taking place in the telephone industry, noting that call centres were creating lower-wage jobs in the industry. Katie Harries, "Connecting to the future Sudbury's smoke giving way to wire", ''Toronto Star'', 16 February 1999, 1. Chislett also wrote pieces that criticized modern economic globalism, and called for urban planning in Sudbury to be based on citizen's needs. Paul Chislett, "Globalism just a rich man's game" letter , ''Sudbury Star'', 22 October 1999, A7; Paul Chislett, "Common good focus of urban planning" letter , ''Sudbury Star'', 13 January 2000, A7. At his nomination meeting in 2000, Chislett endorsed the social democratic idea of wealth distribution. Denis St. Pierre, "Chislett carries NDP banner in Sudbury", ''Sudbury Star'', 30 October 2000, A3. Newspaper reports indicate that Kevin Kilby challenged Chislett for the 2000 nomination, though it is not clear if he dropped out before the meeting. See Chris Polehoykie, "Federal election races beginning to take shape", ''Sudbury Star'', 26 October 2000, A3. * CICI-TV, a television station in Sudbury (Greater Sudbury), Ontario, Canada, * The NASDAQ symbol for Communication Intelligence Corporation, a biometrics software company. *CKNC-TV, a defunct television station in Sudbury (Greater Sudbury), Ontario, *the original call sign of CJBC (CJBC (AM)), a radio station in Toronto, Ontario. hubs Sault Ste Marie, ON (Main Base- Air Dale Ltd.) & Thunder Bay, ON (Bearskin Airlines) focus_cities Sault Ste. Marie (Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario), Sudbury (Greater Sudbury), Thunder Bay, Timmins Shandro was born in Halifax (City of Halifax), Nova Scotia. Election 2000: Daryl Janet Shandro, ''Globe and Mail'', accessed 4 April 2008. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science, and a Master of Arts (Master of Arts (postgraduate)) degree in Humanities. A social activist, she has served on a number of anti-poverty boards in Sudbury (Greater Sudbury). Kim Dominique Plouffe, "One-tier proponents don't speak for all", ''Sudbury Star'', 22 November 2000, A5. Shandro was 38 years old at the time of the election. In 1999, she wrote a letter (letter to the editor) opposing a one-tier regional government. Daryl Shandro, "One-tier proponents don't speak for all", ''Sudbury Star'', 20 July 1999, A7. During the 2000 campaign, she criticized Sudbury Mayor Jim Gordon (Jim Gordon (politician))'s efforts to have the city declared a "free trade zone", arguing that similar measures had caused economic ruin in South America. Bob Vaillancourt, "One-tier proponents don't speak for all", ''Sudbury Star'', 21 November 2000, A3. She received 98 votes (0.28%), finishing seventh against Liberal (Liberal Party of Canada) incumbent Diane Marleau. '''Mike Smith''' moved to Sudbury (Greater Sudbury) in 1965, and studied marketing at Cambrian College. He worked in sales, and had been a consultant at Nordic Bearings Inc. for fourteen years by the time of the 2000 election. background group_or_band origin Sudbury (Greater Sudbury), Ontario genre Rap rock, Hip Hop History Emcees Yas Taalat and Bobby McIntosh started out as a hip hop (hip hop music) duo under the name of Project Wyze in 1988 when they were teenagers in Sudbury (Greater Sudbury), Ontario. Much Music Dead Celebrity Status 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.
, 2012. Development of an active film and television production industry in Northern Ontario was initially undertaken by Cinéfest (Cinéfest Sudbury International Film Festival), the city's annual film festival, in the early 1990s, and is currently overseen by Music and Film in Motion, a non-profit organization based in Sudbury. "Landry leaving Music and Film in Motion". ''Sudbury Star'', April 20, 2011
of small music venues across the city. The city is also home to annual music festivals including Sudbury Summerfest, the Northern Lights Festival Boréal and La Nuit sur l'étang. The local Sudbury Symphony Orchestra performs six annual concerts of classical music (European classical music). http: www.sudburysymphony.com One of Stompin' Tom Connors' most famous songs, "Sudbury Saturday Night", depicts the hard-drinking, hard-partying social
other and a scientist-astronaut, practicing procedures they would use on the lunar surface. In some areas of Canada, particularly in Atlantic Canada and parts of Northern
Sudbury Sudbury , ON (Ontario), CAN (Canada) DATE OF DEATH Then in 1997, Mackie was appointed the first-ever Program Manager in CBC Radio at the Sudbury (Greater Sudbury) station or CBC Northern Ontario (CBCS-FM) as it is known. Some of the highlights of his career in Sudbury included: *Produced “A Christmas Carol” 3 years running '''John Filo''' is a former geophysics teacher at Cambrian College, and a longtime labour leader and social activist in Greater Sudbury Sudbury
iron, nickel, zinc, copper, gold, lead, molybdenum, and uranium reserves. Large diamond concentrations have been recently developed in the Arctic, making Canada one of the world's largest producers. Throughout the Shield there are many mining towns extracting these minerals. The largest, and best known, is Sudbury (Greater Sudbury), Ontario. Sudbury is an exception to the normal process of forming minerals in the Shield since there is significant evidence that the Sudbury Basin is an ancient meteorite impact crater. The nearby, but less known Temagami Magnetic Anomaly has striking similarities to the Sudbury Basin. Its magnetic anomalies are very similar to the Sudbury Basin, and so it could be a second metal-rich impact crater. 3-D Magnetic Imaging using Conjugate Gradients: Temagami anomaly Retrieved on 2008-03-13 The Shield is also covered by vast boreal forests that support an important logging industry. In 1888, a branch line was opened between Sudbury (Greater Sudbury) and Sault Ste. Marie (Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario) where the CPR connected with the American railway system and its own steamships. That same year, work was started on a line from London, Ontario, to the American border at Windsor, Ontario. That line opened on June 12, 1890. 1901–1928 During the first decade of the 20th century, the CPR continued to build more lines. In 1908 the CPR opened a line connecting Toronto with Sudbury (Greater Sudbury). Previously, westbound traffic originating in southern Ontario took a circuitous route through eastern Ontario. After World War II, passenger traffic declined as automobiles and aeroplanes became more common, but the CPR continued to innovate in an attempt to keep ridership up. Beginning November 9, 1953, the CPR introduced Budd Rail Diesel Cars (RDCs) on many of its lines. Officially called "Dayliners" by the CPR, they were always referred to as ''Budd Cars'' by employees. Greatly reduced travel times and reduced costs resulted, which saved service on many lines for a number of years. The CPR would go on to acquire the second largest fleet of RDCs totaling 52 cars. Only the Boston and Maine Railroad had more. This CPR fleet also included the rare model RDC-4 (which consisted of a mail section at one end and a baggage section at the other end with no formal passenger section). On April 24, 1955, the CPR introduced a new luxury transcontinental passenger train, ''The Canadian''. The train provided service between Vancouver and Toronto or Montreal (east of Sudbury (Greater Sudbury); the train was in two sections). The train, which operated on an expedited schedule, was pulled by diesel locomotives, and used new, streamlined, stainless steel rolling stock. Mining and economics The Shield is one of the world's richest areas in terms of mineral ores. It is filled with substantial deposits of nickel, gold, silver, and copper. Throughout the Shield there are many mining towns extracting these minerals. The largest, and one of the best known, is Sudbury (Greater Sudbury), Ontario. Sudbury is an exception to the normal process of forming minerals in the Shield since there is significant evidence that the Sudbury Basin is an ancient meteorite impact crater. Ejecta from the meteorite impact was found in the Rove Formation in May 2007. The nearby, but less known Temagami Magnetic Anomaly, has striking similarities to the Sudbury Basin. This suggests it could be a second metal-rich impact crater. 3-D Magnetic Imaging using Conjugate Gradients: Temagami anomaly Retrieved on 2008-03-12 Direct detection experiments Direct detection experiments typically operate in deep underground laboratories to reduce the background from cosmic rays. These include: the Soudan mine; the SNOLAB underground laboratory at Sudbury (Greater Sudbury), Ontario (Canada); the Gran Sasso National Laboratory (Italy); the Boulby Underground Laboratory (Boulby Mine) (UK); and the Deep Underground Science and Engineering Laboratory, South Dakota (US). As a result of the Dieppe raid, Mountbatten became a controversial figure in Canada, 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.
a roadblock when powerful Montreal promoter Eddie Quinn was hesitant to use him for fear that Vachon would use his legitimate wrestling talents to dethrone Yvon Robert, who was still his top drawing card. Consequently, Vachon then took to the road; and in April 1955, he teamed with Pierre LaSalle to capture the NWA (National Wrestling Alliance) Texas Tag Team Titles. boardidentifier officelocation 165 D'Youville St., Sudbury (Greater Sudbury), Ontario communities
and smokestacks. Wharton renamed the Camden plant the American Nickel Works, and his office there became his center of operations. However, the use of nickel in coinage was temporarily halted, and soon the Camden plant burned. Wharton rebuilt it in 1868 and made excellent profits from producing nickel because it became favored for coinage. Wharton won wide acclaim for his malleable nickel, the first in the world, and also for nickel magnets, and received the Gold Medal at the Exposition Universelle
'''Greater Sudbury''' (2011 census population 160,274) is a city in Ontario, Canada, which was founded following the discovery of nickel ore by Tom Flanagan (Thomas Flanagan (blacksmith)), a Canadian Pacific Railway blacksmith in 1883, when the transcontinental railway was near completion. Greater Sudbury was formed in 2001 by merging the cities and towns of the former Regional Municipality of Sudbury with several previously unincorporated geographic townships. It is the largest city in Northern Ontario by population and the 24th largest metropolitan area in Canada. By land area, it is the largest city in Ontario and the seventh largest municipality by area (List of the 100 largest cities and towns in Canada by area) in Canada. '''Sudbury''', as it is commonly known, is administratively separate and thus not part of any district, county, or regional municipality.
Sudbury has a humid continental climate with warm and often hot summers and long, cold, snowy winters. The population resides in an urban core and many smaller communities scattered around 300 lakes and among hills of rock blackened by historical smelting activity. Sudbury was once a major lumber centre and a world leader in nickel mining. Mining and related industries dominated the economy for much of the 20th century. The two major mining companies which shaped the history of Sudbury were Inco, now Vale (Vale (mining company)), which employed more than 25% of the population by the 1970s, and Falconbridge (Falconbridge Limited), now Glencore Xstrata. Sudbury has since expanded from its resource-based economy to emerge as the major retail, economic, health and educational centre for Northeastern Ontario. Sudbury is also home to a large Franco-Ontarian population that influences its arts and culture.