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Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Canadian"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. The Canadian is a national symbol.
  2. A Canadian is a bet consisting of 26 bets with 5 selections in different events. (Web site)
  3. The Canadian is a big draw in the US and Hatton is keen on the fight.
  4. A Canadian is a combination bet consisting of 26 bets with 5 selections in different events.

Canada

  1. The 1928 Royals were so good they were voted Canada's team of the half-century in 1950 in balloting held by The Canadian Press.
  2. SAP Canada serves as a forum of Canadian organizations that, together and with South Asian partners, works for sustainable human development in the region.

Canadians

  1. The whole Canadian style is much different than European.
  2. The 44-year-old Canadian is a self-made billionaire and is one of just two billionaires in the sportsbook industry. (Web site)
  3. Canadian content in the Simpsons.
  4. Timeplan - Recruiting Canadian teachers to work in the UK.
  5. Cheering on the loss of Canadian culture seems kind of sick to me.

Bet

  1. A Football and sports betting glossary. . (or Canadian) A Yankee is a multiple bet with.
  2. Canadian (Super Yankee) [General] 5 selections, 26 bets - 10 doubles, 10 trebles, 5 four-timers, 1 accumulator. (Web site)
  3. Tchoukball Bet league mvp award The internet than anywh Cricket Canadian Bettin com is an online gambling site offering online sports betting Darts.

Canadian Football

  1. Leonard Cougars and the Saskatoon Hilltops has been forwarded to the canadian football Hall of Fame Museum. (Web site)
  2. The CBC television network is showing Canadian Football League games without announcers. (Web site)
  3. Named All-Canadian punter, he was the second pick overall in the Canadian Football League college draft, chosen by the Toronto Argonauts.

American

  1. See also Wikipedia's comparison of Canadian and American football. (Web site)
  2. There are a few subtle differences between the American and Canadian versions. (Web site)

Association

  1. The sport's official governing body in the country is the Canadian Soccer Association. (Web site)
  2. Based on the television programme -Canadian Idol- produced in association with CTV by Insight Productions.
  3. The Canadian Wheelchair Sports Association is only one of many organizations serving athletes with a disability.

Youth

  1. Best place about canadian youth soccer tournaments Soccer Youth.
  2. Immigrant youth aged 15 to 19 are just as likely as Canadian-born youth to stay in school. (Web site)
  3. Canadian Olympic hero Silken Laumann launched a youth program, which aims to instill responsibility in high-risk children through rowing.

League

  1. And in 1958 it left the CRU altogether and was renamed the Canadian Football League.
  2. Intergold has entered into a 3 year relationship with the Canadian Junior Football League.
  3. The Canadian Football League (CFL) is a professional league located entirely in Canada that plays Canadian football.
  4. NFL stars such as Doug Flutie, Warren Moon and Jeff Garcia formerly played for the Canadian league.

Hockey

  1. Canadian Line [General] A combination point spread and moneyline in hockey. (Web site)
  2. While his value to the national game cannot be minimized, he still cannot be the face of Canadian hockey.

Ontario

  1. Canada West was a former name for the Canadian state of Ontario.
  2. Shortly thereafter alarmed -Cheval Canadien- enthusiasts aggressively started to promote the breed in the Canadian Provinces of Quebec and Ontario.

Cfl

  1. Canadian college football players into the CFL.
  2. Your one stop site for Canadian footbal -- CFL, CJFL and CIAU.
  3. You are buying an unopened package of 1991 All World CFL Canadian Football League football cards.
  4. Celebrates the Canadian version of gridiron football, featuring the Grey Cup, CFL and CIAU clubs. (Web site)
  5. Latest CFL game schedules and standings information are available at the CFL - Canadian Football League Official site.

Canadian Interuniversity

  1. Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) is the national governing body of university sport in Canada.
  2. The Canadian Interuniversity Athletic Union (CIAU) is the national governing body of university sport in Canada. (Web site)
  3. The Canadian Interuniversity Athletics Union (CIAU) was founded in 1906. In June 2001, members of the CIAU voted to change the organization's name to CIS.
  4. Most college teams are part of the CIS (Canadian Interuniversity Sport formerly CIAU), including our very own Huskies. (Web site)

Canadian University

  1. Canadian university athletic programs are often subject to the whims of young students.
  2. He was recently selected by Canadian university football fans as the best university football player of all time. (Web site)
  3. An online newsletter on CIS football. Published weekly and contains information on every Canadian University team. (Web site)

Canadian Intercollegiate

  1. The incidence of concussion in Canadian intercollegiate ice hockey was 1.55 per 1000 athlete exposures.
  2. Four more varsity sports may be heading for the Canadian Intercollegiate Athletic Union (CIAU).

Fame

  1. She is a member of the Canadian Sports Hall of Fame. (Web site)
  2. In 1981 she was inducted into the Canadian Speed Skating Hall of fame. (Web site)

Clearly Canadian

  1. CLEARLY CANADIAN BEVERAGE CORPORATION is the registered holder of the trademark CLEARLY CANADIAN(r).
  2. Additional information on Clearly Canadian and CC Beverage may be obtained on the world wide web at www.clearly.ca.

Football Union

  1. Canadian flag football - non-tackle Canadian football.
  2. A very similar sport, Canadian football, is wide diddled in Canada.
  3. Canadian high school football statistics, including season standings and bowl results.
  4. The first Canadian football teams played under the auspices of the Canadian Rugby Football Union (CRFU), founded in 1884.
  5. The league traces its roots to the founding of the Canadian Rugby Football Union in 1884, which evolved over time into the current league. (Web site)

Canadian National

  1. Association The Canadian national sport governing body for table tennis.
  2. To date, no Canadian national prevalence study of problem and pathological gambling has been commissioned.
  3. However, curling is played by more Canadians than any other sport. Canadian national teams win 40 to 60 per cent of international curling competitions. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Places > World > Countries > Canada
  2. Sports > Football > Canadian /

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