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and the province. The Ontario Student Trustees' Association, OSTA-AECO, has become Ontario's chief student stakeholder, providing professional development to its members and advocates for students' educational interests. OSTA-AECO website. The Society for Democratic Education is an organization in Toronto that includes many aspects of heightened student inclusion in education reform policy. The Society for Democratic Education was founded in early 2005 by Bianca Wylie. It has published several essays and position papers that discuss the importance of wide-scale education reform, especially in how it applies to secondary level education and civic education. The Society for Democratic Education website. right thumb 250px The Fleet Street Lighthouse (Image:Fleet Street Lighthouse.jpg) The '''Queen's Wharf Lighthouse''' (also known as the '''Fleet Street Lighthouse''', after its current location) is located at Fleet Street just east of the Princes' Gates at the Exhibition Place Grounds in Toronto. The octagonal building was originally part of a pair of lighthouses built in 1861 at Queen's Wharf, replacing an earlier lighthouse originally built in 1838. Queen's Wharf Lighthouse, accessed July 4, 2009. The Commons:Category:Toronto WikiPedia:Toronto dmoz:Regional North America Canada Ontario Localities T Toronto

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Youth Day 2002 festival that was held in the city in July 2002. The company was founded by Ivor Downie in Toronto in 1979. Downie sold the company to Phylis Mosele. It moved its headquarters to Ingleside, Illinois where it grew dramatically through heavy advertising—particularly on the radio. Strange Universe: The Weird and Wild Science of Everyday Life--on Earth and Beyond - Bob Berman - Times Books; 1st edition (January 6, 2004) ISBN 0805073280 Recent developments In 2010, EVA Air released a newsflash about their service to Toronto, which began on 29 March 2010. In November 2010, EVA Air began nonstop flights connecting the inner-city Taipei Songshan (Taipei Songshan Airport) and Tokyo Haneda (Haneda Airport) airports. Commons:Category:Toronto WikiPedia:Toronto dmoz:Regional North America Canada Ontario Localities T Toronto

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as the party's candidate in the suburban Toronto riding of York Centre, but came in second to the Liberal candidate. On May 25, 1980, Masked Superstar II was unmasked after a match with Blackjack Mulligan in Toronto. After this, Studd was brought into Florida by J.J. Dillon and feuded with Dusty Rhodes (Dusty Rhodes (wrestler)), Barry Windham (the son of Blackjack Mulligan), and Sweet Brown Sugar (Skip Young). Until 1985 discoveries made in the park had

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. After the event, however, Northeastern (Northeastern United States) promoter Vincent J. McMahon refused to recognize the title change and withdrew his operation from the NWA, becoming the World Wide Wrestling Federation (WWWF, now WWE) with Rogers as the star performer. Shaun Assael. ''Sex, Lies, & Headlocks'' (p.14–15) The WWWF recognized Rogers as its first world champion in April 1963. Although both Gagne and McMahon promoted

into a wrestling gym that he thought was a boxing dojo. It was there that he met wrestler Dave "The Wildman" McKigney who offered to cross train with him. Another wrestler that he met at the gym, Waldo Von Erich, got Tattrie in the door with the World Wide Wrestling Federation (World Wrestling Entertainment) (WWWF), where he wrestled for a time as Tony Newbury. In 1963, he took his craft to Calgary, Alberta, Canada, where he continued to train


the Maritimes who move to Toronto in order to find a better life. It starred Doug McGrath, Paul Bradley (Paul Bradley (Canadian actor)), Jayne Eastwood and Cayle Chernin. Despite a lack of production expense, it is generally regarded as one of the best and most influential Canadian films of all time and has received considerable critical acclaim for its true-to-life performances. In 2002, readers of ''Playback (Playback (magazine))'' voted it the 5th greatest Canadian film

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in Canada conservative activist (activism) and aspiring politician originally from Kamloops, British Columbia. "Ward 7 - Calgary Votes 2007." (October 9, 2007). ''The Calgary Sun.'' Retrieved October 15, 2007. McMahon, Laureen. (1999). "Former abortion ally battles cancer and his past." ''BC Christian News, 19 (3).'' Retrieved October 15, 2007. Once affiliated with the Ontario Coalition for Abortion Clinics, a pro-choice organization based in Toronto, Ontario, Terlesky has since become pro-life. In 2007, he represented a group in Calgary, Alberta which sought to have capital punishment reinstated in Canada. Mark, Michelle. (February 10, 2007). "Cowtown group wants death penalty." ''Edmonton Sun.'' Retrieved October 15, 2007. In Canada, similar revolts occurred notably in Vancouver, Toronto, Halifax (Halifax Regional Municipality), Montreal and Quebec City. Road protests in the United Kingdom have taken place since the 1960s. Protests on a smaller scale occurred later in the 1970s in Australia. Toronto A proposal in Toronto led to the 1971 halt to completion of the Spadina Expressway, which was under development. Other cancelled expressways in Toronto include the Scarborough, Richview, Crosstown and East Metro, all of which were subject to protests of varying degrees. company_slogan Performance Enhancing Offices foundation Toronto, Ontario 1882 location Toronto, Ontario foundation Toronto, Ontario 1882 location Toronto, Ontario num_employees 2700 Commons:Category:Toronto WikiPedia:Toronto dmoz:Regional North America Canada Ontario Localities T Toronto

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. As a student he was involved in writing, directing, and acting in various theatrical productions, including the All-Varsity Revue in 1949. Following graduation, he moved to London, where he worked sporadically as a script writer for a children's show and bit part actor for the British Broadcasting Corporation, while supporting himself with odd jobs. Out of work in Britain (United Kingdom) in late 1951, he came back to Canada to become a production trainee at CBLT in Toronto, which

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drama ''The Book of Daniel (The Book of Daniel (television))'', and was nominated for a Tony Award for her performance in Martin McDonagh's ''The Lieutenant of Inishmore''. Commons:Category:Toronto WikiPedia:Toronto dmoz:Regional North America Canada Ontario Localities T Toronto

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Collaborating Centre. Plot In 1982, a Toronto bank employee Dan Mahowny (Hoffman) is given access to bigger and bigger accounts with his promotion to assistant branch manager. His boss trusts him, but what he doesn't know is Mahowny is a compulsive gambler. And soon he's skimming (embezzlement) larger and larger amounts for his own use and making weekly trips to Atlantic City, where he's treated more like a king by a greedy casino manager (Hurt) with every additional thousand he lays down on the table. Meanwhile, his girlfriend, fellow bank employee Belinda (Driver), can't understand what's happening, and the wheels go into motion at the bank when the first missing amount is uncovered. population '''375,000 (2010)''' '''1.1% of Canada's population''' Commons:Category:Toronto WikiPedia:Toronto dmoz:Regional North America Canada Ontario Localities T Toronto

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own study, Shaw himself narrating, dressing the stage, playing the minor characters and filling out the story with short scenes drawn from his own screenplay. The company has also presented several world premieres, including most notably ''Meltdown'', John Lazarus's astonishing retelling of the myth of Daedalus, Icarus (Icarus (mythology)) and the Minotaur; the collectively created community play about Kingston's social stratification, ''Princess Street: The Great Divide''; Fred


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The history of Toronto began in the late 18th century when the British Crown (The Crown) purchased (Toronto Purchase) its land from the Mississaugas of the New Credit (Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation). The settlement established there became York (York, Upper Canada), which lieutenant governor (Lieutenant Governor of Upper Canada) John Graves Simcoe designated as the capital of Upper Canada. The city was ransacked in the Battle of York during the War of 1812. In 1834, York became a city and renamed (Name of Toronto) to Toronto. It was damaged in two huge fires in 1849 (Great Fire of Toronto (1849)) and 1904 (Great Fire of Toronto (1904)). Since 1954, the city occasionally expanded its borders through amalgamation (Amalgamation of Toronto) with surrounding municipalities, most recently occurring in 1998. This process has left Toronto with clearly defined neighbourhood (list of neighbourhoods in Toronto)s that have retained their distinctive nature, earning it the nickname the "City of Neighbourhoods".

Toronto is at the heart of the Greater Toronto Area, and of the densely populated region in Southern Ontario known as the Golden Horseshoe. Its cosmopolitan (cosmopolitanism) and international population

As Canada's commercial capital, it is home to the Toronto Stock Exchange and the headquarters of Canada's five largest banks (Big Five (banks)). http: WorkArea DownloadAsset.aspx?id 2520 Leading economic sectors in the city include finance, business services, telecommunications, aerospace, transportation, media, arts, publishing, software production, medical research, education, tourism, and engineering. City of Toronto (2007) – Toronto economic overview, Key industry clusters and A Diversified Economy

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