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Definitions

  1. Kitchener is the largest city situated within the Grand River watershed. (Web site)
  2. Kitchener is governed by a council of six councillors, representing wards (or districts), and a mayor. (Web site)
  3. Kitchener was one of the few places in Ontario where the settlers arrived in advance of government surveyors. (Web site)
  4. Kitchener was upset in the first round of the playoffs by the North Bay Centennials. (Web site)
  5. Kitchener was also one of the top-ranked teams in the country. (Web site)

Kitchener-Waterloo

  1. Kitchener and Waterloo are often referred to jointly as " Kitchener-Waterloo " (K-W), although they have separate municipal governments. (Web site)

Memorial Cup

  1. The strong showing of the Rangers over the last three seasons earned Kitchener the right to host the Memorial Cup in 1984. (Web site)
  2. He won a Memorial Cup as a member of the Kitchener Rangers in 1982.

Amanda Overland

  1. Amanda Overland (born on August 30, 1981 in Kitchener, Ontario) is a Canadian short track speed skater who competed in the 2006 Winter Olympics. (Web site)

Marie Greyhounds

  1. Marie Greyhounds in the league finals, who finished 27 points ahead of Kitchener. (Web site)

Kitchener Centre

  1. Kitchener Centre is the name of a federal and a provincial electoral district in Ontario, Canada. (Web site)
  2. Hon. Karen Redman (Kitchener Centre, Lib.): All parties have significantly increased their output of ten percenters.

Lord Kitchener

  1. Allenby asked Lord Kitchener, commanding in South Africa, to rest his weary column, and was duly promised a fortnight’s rest.

Oldest

  1. Kitchener has several public high schools, with Kitchener-Waterloo Collegiate and Vocational School, founded in 1855, being the oldest. (Web site)

Cities

  1. Most streets that cross the municipal boundary between Kitchener and Waterloo retain the same street name in both cities. (Web site)

Coach

  1. In 2001, Peter DeBoer came over from successful years with the Plymouth Whalers to be the coach and general manager of Kitchener. (Web site)

December

  1. Tom Barrett, who had led the Kitchener Rangers to the 1984 Memorial Cup, was named head coach in December. (Web site)

League

  1. The Kitchener Greenshirts entered the league only to move on to become the Peterborough Petes. (Web site)

Largest City

  1. Within this part of Ontario, Kitchener is the largest city situated within the Grand River watershed. (Web site)

Mayor

  1. Louis Orville Breithaupt had a distinguished career in Ontario politics as Mayor of Kitchener, Member of Parliament, and as Lieutenant-Governor of Ontario.

Winning

  1. Kitchener finished a strong second place in the Emms division after winning the Cup the year before. (Web site)
  2. The positive attitude and the energy in the room from Game 4 in Kitchener - winning that was huge.
  3. The Kitchener Rangers have appeared in the Memorial Cup tournament six times, winning twice. (Web site)

Posting

  1. In the end, Churchill was able to obtain a posting to the 21st Lancers—a force whose composition was chosen by the War Office, not Kitchener.
  2. Kitchener struggled through the decade, posting only two winning seasons. (Web site)

Ordering

  1. Kitchener foiled the train-wrecking by ordering the placing of Boer civilians on the front of trains. (Web site)
  2. The Imperial commander, Kitchener (temporarily replacing the unwell Roberts), began the battle by ordering a charge straight at the Boer trenches. (Web site)

Town

  1. Karen Redman is a federal MP for Kitchener, Canada, one town over from where I live.

Residents

  1. At the next city council elections, (2010) there will be ten wards, as recently voted at council, in order to better represent the residents of Kitchener. (Web site)

Berlin

  1. During World War I, Ontario's mood was militantly patriotic; indeed, the town of Berlin even changed its name to Kitchener.
  2. Settled by Mennonites (1806) and by Germans who named it Berlin in 1825, it was renamed in honor of Lord Kitchener in 1916. (Web site)

First

  1. He was first elected to the House of Commons in the 1979 election, defeating Liberal candidate David Cooke by over 6,000 votes in Kitchener. (Web site)

Second Round

  1. The Whalers moved on to defeat the Kitchener 4 games to 1 in the second round. (Web site)
  2. Didiomete and the Sting were swept by the Kitchener Rangers in the second round.

Team

  1. The team is a long-standing member of the league and remains there to this day as the Kitchener Dutchmen.

Time

  1. Kitchener Centre, held by Liberal MPP John Milloy, and Guelph are too close to call at this time, Kay said.

Grand Prix Final

  1. Abbott earned a repeat trip to the Grand Prix Final with a big win in Kitchener just a few weeks ago.

Skate Canada

  1. Rochette then competed in Kitchener at Skate Canada, and finished in first place in the short program with a strong program.

Population

  1. At the time of the Canada 2006 Census, the population of Kitchener was 204,668. (Web site)

Population Density

  1. Population density of Kitchener was 1,495 people per square kilometre. (Web site)

Season

  1. Joe Crozier took over the coaching duties after 1981, and Kitchener picked up on the winning note from the previous season. (Web site)
  2. Scott Walker first played junior hockey for Kitchener of the OHA Junior 'B' league in 1989–90, moving to his hometown Cambridge team later that season.

National Hockey League

  1. Mike Stevens (born December 30, 1965 in Kitchener, Ontario) is a retired professional ice hockey player who played 23 games in the National Hockey League.
  2. The Kitchener Rangers have 128 alumni who have played in the National Hockey League. (Web site)

Sault Ste

  1. Kitchener earned a first round bye, then eliminated the Windsor Spitfires and Sault Ste. (Web site)

Canadian Radio Station

  1. CKBT is a Canadian radio station, broadcasting at 91.5 FM in Kitchener, Ontario.

Resident Population

  1. Children under five accounted for approximately 6.0% of the resident population of Kitchener, compared to 5.5% in Ontario, and 5.3% for Canada overall. (Web site)
  2. Some 11.2% of the resident population in Kitchener was of retirement age, compared with 13.2% in Canada.

Oshawa

  1. The OHL championship series was a very close affair, but Kitchener lost in the seventh game to the Oshawa. (Web site)
  2. Kitchener reached the third round, but lost to a familiar foe in six games to Oshawa. (Web site)

Kitchener Rangers

  1. Bellows played junior hockey in the Ontario Hockey League with the Kitchener Rangers. (Web site)
  2. Lost to Kitchener Rangers 9 points to 3 in finals. (Web site)
  3. DeBoer left to coach the Kitchener Rangers. (Web site)

Point

  1. Passenger rail service has long been a point of frustration for residents of Kitchener and its neighbouring cities. (Web site)

Points

  1. He then narrowly missed out on winning the title in Kitchener by less than two points, and had to settle for the silver medal.
  2. Defeated Kitchener Rangers 8 points to 4 in semi-finals. (Web site)
  3. Lost to Kitchener Rangers 9 points to 1 in division finals. (Web site)

Command

  1. Allenby had showed himself to be gallant, dedicated, hard-working and resourceful in command who earned the plaudits of both Roberts and Kitchener.
  2. In 1896, he was second in command of the Nile naval brigade and Lord Kitchener personally selected him for his 1898 Khartoum expedition.

Beatty

  1. Once again Kitchener commended Beatty for his efforts in the campaign and as a result Hood and Beatty were both promoted to Commander on 15 November 1898. (Web site)
  2. Beatty gained recognition in the campaign for the recapture of the Sudan (1897–1899) commanded by Lord Kitchener. (Web site)

Rangers

  1. In that same championship game, the Oshawa Generals defeated the Kitchener Rangers by a score of 4 to 3 in double overtime on a goal by Bill Armstrong.
  2. In three games last week, Henrique scored three goals in the Rogers Western Conference Championship Series against the Kitchener Rangers. (Web site)
  3. The Greyhounds also had their longest post season run since 1994, making it to the conference finals before losing to the Kitchener Rangers in 5 games.

Playoffs

  1. Kitchener finished in 1st place the next season, but fell to the Hamilton Red Wings in the playoffs. (Web site)
  2. Kitchener fell in the third round of the playoffs, in the division finals to their rivals, S.S.Marie Greyhounds 8 points to 2. (Web site)
  3. Sault Ste. Marie earned a first round bye in the playoffs, then defeated the Kitchener Rangers and Niagara Falls Thunder to return to the league finals.

London

  1. Welwyn Wilton Katz (born June 7, 1948) is a Canadian children's author who has lived in Kitchener and London, Ontario. (Web site)
  2. She has performed with the orchestras of London (Canada), Kitchener, Calgary, and Utah, as well as the Canadian Chamber Orchestra.

Windsor

  1. A smaller number have settled in other cities such as London, Kitchener, Hamilton, Windsor, Barrie, and Ottawa.
  2. The Spitfires will face elimination from the 2010 post-season when Windsor travels to Kitchener for Game four of the series on Tuesday.
  3. Adam Henrique added two goals in the second and third periods to send Windsor and Kitchener to a game 6. (Web site)

Implants

  1. An all-ceramic dental bridge on Kitchener dental implants looks and functions very much like the missing teeth did.
  2. Ask us if you're a candidate for all-ceramic dental bridge on Kitchener dental implants.
  3. Your dentist will determine if you are a candidate for Kitchener dental implants after a careful evaluation of your dental and health history.

City

  1. There is a large and vibrant community in the city of Kitchener, Ontario.
  2. The settlement of Erbsville was annexed to the city of Waterloo and the settlement of Freeport was annexed to Kitchener.

Toronto

  1. Voyageur Airways, in conjunction with its partners, offers non-stop air service to Mont-Tremblant, Quebec from Toronto, Newark, Kitchener and North Bay.

Canada

  1. CKCO-TV is a television station broadcasting on channel 13 in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada. (Web site)
  2. David Morrell (born April 24, 1943) is a Canadian novelist born in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada who has been living in the United States for many years.
  3. The Kitchener Dutchmen are a Canadian junior ice hockey team based in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada. (Web site)

Categories

  1. World > Countries > Canada > Ontario
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  3. Guelph
  4. Ont
  5. Semi-Finals

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