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CANADIAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION
CANADIAN POLICE ASSOCIATION
CANADIAN BUSINESS
CANADIAN SCHOOLS
MILITARY
PROVINCIAL PARK
UNIVERSITIES
ACE AVIATION HOLDINGS
AEROPLAN
AIRCRAFT
AIRLINE
AIR CANADA
ATLANTIC THEATRE FESTIVAL
ATLANTIC SUPERSTORE
BROADCASTING
CANADA SAFETY COUNCIL
CANADA STUDENT LOANS
CANADAHELPS
CANADA NEWSWIRE
CANADIAN AUTOMOBILE ASSOCIATION
CANADIAN BLOOD SERVICES
CANADIAN CENTRE ON SUBSTANCE ABUSE
CANADIAN ENVIRONMENT AWARDS
CANADIAN FILM CENTRE
CANADIAN HOCKEY LEAGUE
CANADIAN ISLAMIC CONGRESS
CANADIAN OLYMPIC COMMITTEE
CANADIAN RECORDING INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION
CANADIAN TIRE FINANCIAL SERVICES
CANADIANA
CANADIAN ROCK
CANPAR
CARCROSS-TAGISH-FIRST-NATION
CASINO NOVA SCOTIA
CCGS CAPE ROGER
CCGS CYGNUS
CENSUS SUBDIVISION
CHAMPAGNE AND AISHIHIK FIRST NATIONS
CHILD FIND ONTARIO
CIBC
CIRR
CISTI
CITY BANK
CLEAN SCENE
COAST CAPITAL SAVINGS
COLOMAC MINE
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Canadian Historical Association

  1. The Canadian Historical Association publishes a series of booklets on aspects of Canadian history. (Web site)
  2. In 2005 the Canadian Historical Association concluded an agreement with Library and Archives Canada to digitize the booklets for online access.

Canadian Police Association

  1. The Canadian Police Association is a organization of Canadian police officers.
  2. The Canadian Police Association is an organization of Canadian police officers. (Web site)

Canadian Business

  1. Canadian Business is a Canada magazine covering business -- general .
  2. Canadian Business is the longest-publishing business magazine in Canada. (Web site)

Canadian Schools

  1. All Canadian schools offer extra curricular activities.
  2. Use the powerful advanced search for Canadian schools and scholarships to get customized results.
  3. American students are eligible for U.S. Federal Student Aid programs at most Canadian schools.

Military

  1. Canada's military deaths in the Second World War (which included deaths from wounds to the end of 1947) are recorded as 42,042. (Web site)
  2. When he returned home he joined up to fight in World War II. He was awarded the Military Medal. (Web site)
  3. Canada's 100 days refers to the contributions the military made in the defeat of Germany at the end of the first world war.

Provincial Park

  1. The campus is located in a wooded area immediately south of Point Edward and adjacent to Petersfield Provincial Park.
  2. The historical Fintry Provincial Park is only a few steps away, where you can enjoy a hike into the Stepped Waterfall or tour the Fintry Interpretive Center.
  3. Wasaga Beach Provincial Park Within the Town of Wasaga Beach is a Provincial Park, 14 km in length, consisting of 350 acres of beach and picnic areas.

Universities

  1. The universities are internationally known for the quality of teaching and research. (Web site)
  2. Universities are developing closer links with business and industry. (Web site)
  3. Universities are extraordinary institutions.
  4. Universities are rated as a whole, and various subject departments are also rated.

Ace Aviation Holdings

  1. ACE Aviation Holdings is the new parent company under which the reorganized Air Canada is held.
  2. ACE Aviation Holdings is a major shareholder.
  3. ACE Aviation Holdings is the new parent company under which the reorganised Air Canada is held.

Aeroplan

  1. Aeroplan is a registered trademark of Air Canada; CIBC and CIBC Mortgages Inc., licensees of mark.

Aircraft

  1. The aircraft was repaired in Punta Cana and is back into service with MyTravel Airways.
  2. The aircraft was the first of 15 CRJ 705 and 15 CRJ 200 aircraft ordered in September 2004. (Web site)
  3. The aircraft were also deployed on UN missions to the Middle East with No.

Airline

  1. The airline was also prosperous during the second half of the century, especially in the 1980s.
  2. The airline was established and started operations in 1978 using a De Havilland Canada DHC-2 Beaver aircraft. (Web site)
  3. The airline was established and started operations in 1996.
  4. The airline was established in 1963 and started operations in July 1963.
  5. The airline was established in 1965 as a leasing company and started flying operations in 1968. (Web site)

Air Canada

  1. Air Canada is a founding member of Star Alliance, the largest airline alliance in the world.
  2. Air Canada is a founding member of the Star Alliance , which was launched in May 1997.
  3. Air Canada is the 12th largest airline in the world by fleet size.
  4. Air Canada is the official carrier of the Toronto Raptors basketball team.
  5. Air Canada is the only airline in Canada regulated by the Official Languages Act .

Atlantic Theatre Festival

  1. Mounting debts over the first five years forced the Atlantic Theatre Festival to reduce budgets, and cancel productions.
  2. This arrangement has threatened the Atlantic Theatre Festival's existence and in 2004 it had to cease operation until 2006.
  3. Acadia University runs the Festival Theatre building and now leases it seasonally to the Atlantic Theatre Festival.

Atlantic Superstore

  1. The Atlantic Superstore is a division of Loblaw Companies Limited, Canada 's largest food distributor. (Web site)

Broadcasting

  1. Broadcasting is a crucial instrument of modern social and political organization.
  2. Broadcasting was organized on a state, rather than a national, basis.

Canada Safety Council

  1. Canada Safety Council - The Canada Safety Council is a national, non-government, charitable organization dedicated to safety. (Web site)
  2. Canada Safety Council - The Canada Safety Council is a national, non-profit, charitable organization dedicated to safety.
  3. The Canada Safety Council is a national, charitable organization dedicated to safety.
  4. The Canada Safety Council is a national, non-government, charitable organization dedicated to safety.
  5. The Canada Safety Council is a non-government, charitable organization dedicated to safety.

Canada Student Loans

  1. In addition, borrowers will be eligible for interest-free status on all existing Canada Student Loans. (Web site)
  2. If you are a full-time student, or you are planning to become one, you may qualify for a subsidized loan through the Canada Student Loans Program. (Web site)
  3. Borrowers who participate in a bankruptcy-related event while in full-time study may apply for new Canada Student Loans for a maximum of 3 additional years.

Canadahelps

  1. CanadaHelps is a Canadian charity that operates an online donations portal for the country's more than 80,000 charities.
  2. CanadaHelps is a charity itself and does not aim to make a profit. (Web site)
  3. CanadaHelps is a low cost service to the 80,000 registered charities in Canada, and free for you.
  4. CanadaHelps is a non-profit organization designed to facilitate the transfer of technology to Canada 's over 78,000 charities.
  5. CanadaHelps is a non-profit society.

Canada Newswire

  1. Canada NewsWire is a communications sponsor of this event.
  2. Canada NewsWire is a great source for press releases and news releases.
  3. Canada NewsWire is a news agency in Toronto, Ontario, Canada covering general news.
  4. Canada NewsWire is a news subscription service that uses Portfolio E-Mail to sort news stories by topic and deliver them to subscribers.
  5. Canada NewsWire is the leader in the electronic delivery of time-critical news releases on behalf of thousands of Canadian and international organizations.

Canadian Automobile Association

  1. The Canadian Automobile Association is a membership-based association that provides travel, insurance, and automotive services to consumers. (Web site)

Canadian Blood Services

  1. Canadian Blood Services is a dynamic and innovative organization with an active community presence and a true commitment to quality.
  2. Canadian Blood Services is a non-profit, charitable organization whose sole mission is to manage the blood and blood products supply for Canadians.
  3. Canadian Blood Services is a not-for-profit, charitable organization whose sole mission is to manage the blood and blood products supply for Canadians.
  4. Canadian Blood Services is a rewarding, innovative and community-conscious organization. (Web site)

Canadian Centre On Substance Abuse

  1. The Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse is a not-for-profit organization supported by the Federal Government through its Canada Drug Strategy. (Web site)

Canadian Environment Awards

  1. Canadian Environment Awards is a national, bilingual program in Canada to recognize community-based environmental achievement. (Web site)
  2. The Canadian Environment Awards was established in 2002 through a partnership between the Government of Canada and Canadian Geographic Enterprises.
  3. The Canadian Environment Awards was inspired by the community-action objectives of the Government of Canada's Environment Week.

Canadian Film Centre

  1. The Canadian Film Centre is a film, television and new medi a training institute founded by filmmaker Norman Jewison.
  2. The Canadian Film Centre is a film, television and new media training institute founded by filmmaker Norman Jewison.
  3. The Canadian Film Centre is an advanced film, television and new media training institute established by filmmaker Norman Jewison.

Canadian Hockey League

  1. The Canadian Hockey League is a coalition of three "major junior" leagues in North America.

Canadian Islamic Congress

  1. The Canadian Islamic Congress is a moderate, umbrella, national organization representing the Muslim community in Canada. (Web site)

Canadian Olympic Committee

  1. The Canadian Olympic Committee is a national, private, not-for-profit organization committed to sport excellence.

Canadian Recording Industry Association

  1. The Canadian Recording Industry Association (CRIA) promotes the interests of Canadian record companies and their partners, the artists.
  2. March 31: Federal Court of Canada rejects Canadian Recording Industry Association request to obtain names of music fileswappers, making the sharing legal. (Web site)

Canadian Tire Financial Services

  1. Canadian Tire Financial Services is a vital, supportive community partner with the Many Hands Project.

Canadiana

  1. Canadiana is a term referring to things related to the country of Canada .
  2. Canadiana: The National Bibliography documents the nation's published heritage to make that heritage known to present and future generations.
  3. The Canadiana is a Buffalo built passenger steamship.
  4. The Canadiana is a historic vessel.

Canadian Rock

  1. Ronnie Hawkins, an Arkansas -born rockabilly singer, became the most prominent figure in Canadian rock beginning in 1958.
  2. But whether or not The Tragically Hip has changed the world of Canadian rock is a no-brainer.
  3. The album's third track, "In View", was released as both a radio single and as a music video, and reached the #1 spot on the Canadian rock music charts.

Canpar

  1. Canpar is a Canadian service and their parcels are delivered within the US by FedEx ground.
  2. Canpar is a delivery company much like UPS. Canpar is short for Canada Parcel, I guess.
  3. Canpar is a division of TransForce Income Fund ( www.transforce.ca) which is the leader in Canada's transportation and logistics industry.
  4. Canpar is a private company owned by the CN Pension Trust Fund - the pension fund for employees of the Canadian National Railway System.
  5. Canpar is a proven premier carrier ensuring prompt and reliable delivery across Canada. (Web site)

Carcross-Tagish-First-Nation

  1. Wedge says this MOU lays the foundation for other business to have successful negotiations with Carcross-Tagish-First-Nation.
  2. Spirituality is held in very high regard within the Carcross-Tagish-First-Nation.

Casino Nova Scotia

  1. Casino Nova Scotia is a breathtaking property that gives you world-class entertainment and diverse dining.
  2. Casino Nova Scotia is a member of Caesar's Entertainment - the world's largest gaming company.

Ccgs Cape Roger

  1. The CCGS Cape Roger was built in 1977 and underwent a modernization in 1996.

Ccgs Cygnus

  1. The CCGS Cygnus is a high endurance all weather, offshore ice strengthened multi patrol vessel of the Canadian Coast Guard.

Census Subdivision

  1. A census subdivision is a Canadian political region organized by Statistics Canada and determined by the provinces.

Champagne And Aishihik First Nations

  1. The Champagne and Aishihik First Nations was one of the first four First Nations to sign a land claims agreement in 1992. (Web site)

Child Find Ontario

  1. Each year, Child Find Ontario receives reports of 40 to 50 missing children.
  2. Thankfully, there is over a 90% recovery rate because of the combined efforts of law enforcement agencies, social service groups and Child Find Ontario.

Cibc

  1. CIBC was Mr. Li's choice for financing many of his Canadian ventures, like Husky Energy.
  2. CIBC was the first Canadian bank to introduce bank machines, with the Automated Cash Dispenser (aka Robot tellers) in 1969.

Cirr

  1. The Appellate Body found that the CIRR constituted the minimum commercial interest rate for the purposes of the Arrangement. (Web site)
  2. Canada explains in some detail that the situation of below-CIRR market rates can arise because the CIRR lags behind the market. (Web site)
  3. It determined accordingly that a net interest rate below the relevant CIRR was a positive indication that material advantage was being secured. (Web site)

Cisti

  1. CISTI is a Loansome Doc Provider   Loansome Doc is an end-user ordering tool integrated with PubMed.
  2. CISTI is a major provider of InterLibrary Loan and document delivery to the University of Saskatchewan Library. (Web site)
  3. CISTI is a member of.

City Bank

  1. CITY BANK is a commercial bank founded in 1974 and headquartered in Lynnwood, Washington.
  2. City Bank - The City Bank was an early bank in Ontario in the 19th Century and merged with Royal Canadian Bank to form Consolidated_Bank_of_Canada in 1876.
  3. City Bank is a state-chartered commercial bank founded in 1974 and headquartered in Lynnwood, Washington.

Clean Scene

  1. Clean Scene Network for Youth has within its mandate to refer youth to addiction treatment as well. (Web site)
  2. The main speaker for Clean Scene Peer Clubs and is a town near Hobart, Tasmania.
  3. The website address for Clean Scene is a registered charity located in Spruce Grove, Alberta.

Coast Capital Savings

  1. Coast Capital Savings is a credit union based in Surrey, British Columbia, and is the second largest Credit Union in Canada. (Web site)
  2. Coast Capital Savings is a credit union based in Vancouver, British Columbia, and is the second largest Credit Union in Canada.
  3. Coast Capital Savings is a solid Canadian company which embraces the Olympic ideals of Canadians, present and future, which is a perfect match for our team. (Web site)
  4. Coast Capital Savings was recognized for integrating responsible and accountable social, environmental, and financial objectives into its business practices. (Web site)

Colomac Mine

  1. Colomac Mine was a gold mine in operation from 1989 to 1997, located 222 kilometres northwest of Yellowknife.
  2. The Colomac Mine was an open pit gold mine in the Northwest Territories that operated between 1990-1992, and 1994-1997. (Web site)

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