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MARCH
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FIRST ROUND
FIRST GAME
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LIVES
COMMUNITIES
COMMUNITY
MAHER ARAR
CALGARY
IMPLANTS
KITCHENER
POTAWATOMI
RICH LITTLE
RIDING
CARLETON
RENFREW
JEFF ZYWICKI
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Definitions

  1. Ottawa (once named Bytown) is a small town that is nestled between two rivers in Canada.
  2. Ottawa, the Canadiens and Philadelphia come into this evening's clash locked in a three-way tie for the fifth seed in the Eastern Conference.
  3. Ottawa is the capital and Toronto the largest city. (Web site)
  4. Ottawa was a charter member of the National Hockey League when it was formed in 1917. (Web site)
  5. Ottawa is a single-tier municipality, meaning it is in itself a census division and has no county or regional municipality government above it. (Web site)

Prime Minister

  1. In 1975, he moved to Ottawa to became special assistant to the Prime Minister of Canada, Pierre Trudeau.
  2. Joe in Ottawa with Liberal MP Marc Garneau on the day the House of Commons was supposed to resume but was shut down by the Prime Minister.

Eastern Conference

  1. The Devils finished first in the Eastern Conference, but lost in the 1st round of the playoffs to the Ottawa Senators.

Boston

  1. After 4-1 series wins over Boston and Tampa Bay the Devils then eliminated the Ottawa Senators in a seven-game Conference Final. (Web site)

Senate

  1. September 9 - Ottawa Centre MP Mac Harb is called to the Senate of Canada, leaving the seat vacant until the 2004 election.
  2. September 9 - Ottawa Centre MP Mac Harb was called to the Senate of Canada leaving the seat vacant until the 2004 election.

Democratic Party

  1. During the same period Rae was in Ottawa, the Ontario New Democratic Party was suffering from internal disunity under the leadership of Michael Cassidy. (Web site)

Canadian Poet

  1. Ken Babstock is a Canadian poet who was born in Newfoundland and raised in the Ottawa Valley.

Detroit

  1. They finished with the fifth-best record in the league, behind Detroit, Ottawa, Dallas and Carolina. (Web site)

Eacute

  1. At the University of Ottawa during the winter semester, André Small was approached by a local Fraternity to join the group.
  2. Parizeau announced his resignation and was replaced in 1996 by Lucien Bouchard, who had led the Bloc Québécois in Ottawa. (Web site)

Goal

  1. Cyclone Taylor - Best known with Ottawa and Vancouver, the Cyclone was hockey's first national superstar, he excelled at all positions except goal.
  2. The winger opened the scoring for the Canadiens in a 4-2 loss to the Ottawa Senators and his goal was the 20,000th in the franchise’s history. (Web site)
  3. The opening for signature of the Ottawa Treaty is a vital step forward for the international community toward the goal of zero victim of landmines. (Web site)

June

  1. The Ottawa jazz festival this year runs from June 24 to July 4.
  2. John Newlove (June 13, 1938 - December 23, 2003) was a Canadian poet who lived in Ottawa, Ontario for several years before his death. (Web site)
  3. June 8 – The Canadian Parliament meets for the first time in Ottawa. (Web site)

February

  1. Robert Fulford Robert Fulford, born February 13, 1932 in Ottawa, Ontario, is a noted Canadian journalist and essayist who lives in Toronto, Ontario. (Web site)
  2. Teams from Ottawa and Toronto once met in a series for the Stanley Cup in February, 1904, with the Ottawa Silver Seven defeating the Toronto Marlboros. (Web site)
  3. On February 13, 2006, Alex Munter announced[3] his candidacy[4] for mayor of Ottawa in the November 2006 municipal election.

March

  1. On March 5, 2004, the Flyers set an NHL record in a game against Ottawa where they set a combined record of 419 penalty minutes in a single game. (Web site)
  2. In March, the 1903 CAHL season ended with the Montreal Victorias and the Ottawa Hockey Club tied for first place with identical 6–2 records.
  3. Atkinson lost to Will Murray for the NDP nomination in Ottawa Centre for the Ontario general election, 2007 on March 1, 2007.

Conservative Party

  1. He ran for the Conservative Party of Canada 's nomination race in Ottawa South in the 2004 election but lost.
  2. The southern and western parts of the old city of Ottawa are generally moderate or slightly left of centre but periodically swing to the Conservative Party.

Cbc

  1. After moving into television in 1954 with CBC, he spent four years in Winnipeg and two years in Ottawa.

Winning

  1. The teams had never met before in the playoffs, but in four regular-season meetings, Ottawa had dominated, winning all four games in regulation.
  2. The second game was played in Ottawa, with the Ottawas dominating the Victorias, 8–0. The Ottawas thus won the Cup by winning the CAHL.
  3. Bennett was first elected to the Ontario legislature in the 1971 provincial election, winning a convincing victory in Ottawa South. (Web site)

Seasons

  1. Aging Senators and Gonchar a good fit The Ottawa Senators have made the playoffs in 12 of the last 13 seasons and that's an impressive statistic.
  2. AHAC 1893-1898. Ottawa HC played in the league prior to 1893, however regular seasons were not played until 1893.

Capital

  1. The City of Ottawa (Ottawa) Ottawa is best known identity is that of the Capital of Canada. (Web site)

Province

  1. With federation, Canada West became the province of Ontario, and its capital was located at Toronto, while Ottawa became the federal capital.
  2. It remained a city until 2001, when the province created a new (amalgamated) City of Ottawa that included the City of Kanata (pop. (Web site)
  3. It is located in the Ottawa Valley in the eastern part of the province of Ontario, at the northern edge of the Quebec City-Windsor Corridor. (Web site)

Suburb

  1. The City of Ottawa has a main urban area but, there are many other urban, suburb an and rural areas within the city's limits.

Seats

  1. Reform's successor, the Canadian Alliance, finally made breakthroughs here in 2000, winning two seats in the upper Ottawa Valley.
  2. Reform did not win any seats but Deborah Grey soon became the party's first MP in a by-election and Harper became her legislative assistant in Ottawa. (Web site)
  3. Before you take your seats in Ottawa Civic Centre you’ll want to spend a minute just looking at the unique design of this centerpiece of Ottawa culture.

Parliament

  1. He has proudly served the people of Toronto Centre in Ottawa as their Member of Parliament since March 2008. (Web site)

Sabres

  1. The Sabres tied the Ottawa Senators and Carolina Hurricanes for the most wins in the Eastern Conference.

First Round

  1. In the first round of the 2007 Stanley Cup playoffs, the Penguins were defeated 4-1, by Stanley Cup runners-up, the Ottawa Senators. (Web site)

First Game

  1. The modern-day Senators played their first game in the Ottawa Civic Centre, a small arena by professional standards, seating approximately 10,500.
  2. Ottawa won the first game 4 to 3, and Toronto won the second game 3 to 1.

Game

  1. Montreal was eighth, however, because the Flyers had more wins and Ottawa had a game in hand.
  2. Ottawa could not score a third goal and tie the game, and the Sabres fought back into the series with a 3–2 win.
  3. Ottawa pounced on the inexperienced Penguins early in game 1, scoring two quick first period goals on the way to a dominant 6-3 victory.

Finals

  1. In the 1903 championship finals between Ottawa and Montreal, game 5: some close checking by the forwards, and a little rough work.
  2. Scott's defence and leadership helped Anaheim win their first Stanley Cup, defeating the Ottawa Senators 4-1 in the finals. (Web site)

Montreal Canadiens

  1. He was traded to the Montreal Canadiens in a three-team deal that sent Mathieu Garon to L.A. and Radek Bonk from Ottawa to Montreal.
  2. The Torontos, Montreal Canadiens, Montreal Wanderers, and Ottawa Senators were the original four teams of the league. (Web site)

Draft

  1. The Ottawa Senators were even accused of deliberately losing late in the season in order to draft him. (Web site)
  2. Marc Lavoie, an economist at the University of Ottawa, studied years of draft picks and subsequent NHL performance. (Web site)

Hamilton

  1. He has a law degree from the University of Ottawa and a science degree from McMaster University in Hamilton.

Ndp

  1. The NDP kept all of the 18 seats it held at the dissolution of Parliament (Paul Dewar retained the riding of Ottawa Centre vacated by Broadbent).

Liberals

  1. My prediction here on my own blog: Liberals hold Ottawa Centre in provincial election, unless NDP somehow produces a superstar candidate. (Web site)
  2. Never in the 60 years since then have the Liberals governed at the same time in the three largest provinces and in Ottawa.
  3. If it is the latter, the Liberals could jump on this by framing it as part of a Hudak "secret agenda", and use it to campaign in Ottawa West-Nepean. (Web site)

Kingston

  1. Baird was born in Ottawa, Ontario, and received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Studies from Queen's University in Kingston in 1992. (Web site)
  2. She graduated from Saint Joseph's School of Nursing in Kingston, Ontario, in 1949 and was a nurse in the Ottawa region until 1952. (Web site)
  3. Most of the underlying rock in and around the city of Ottawa is limestone bedrock, also found in abundance farther south around Kingston.

Poet

  1. She has published 20 books: she is a poet, novelist, children's writer, essayist, columnist, and reviewer for the Vancouver Sun and Ottawa Citizen.

Lives

  1. Elisabeth Harvor is a Canadian novelist and poet who lives in Ottawa, Ontario.
  2. Henry Beissel (1929 -) is a Canadian poet and playwright who lives in Alexandria, Ontario, just outside of Ottawa.
  3. Alan Cumyn (born 1960) is a Canadian novelist who lives in Ottawa, Ontario.

Communities

  1. At this point Russell Road continues east through the communities of Carlsbad Springs, Ontario, Bearbrook, Ontario before leaving the city of Ottawa.
  2. Close to the Ottawa River are the communities of Bayshore and Crystal Beach, nestled around beautiful riverside Andrew Haydon Park. (Web site)

Community

  1. Metcalfe is a community in the Osgoode Ward of the city of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
  2. Osgoode is a community within the city of Ottawa, Canada located just south of the city proper, near the Rideau River. (Web site)
  3. The first European settlement in the Ottawa region was that of Philemon Wright who started a community on the Quebec side of the river in 1800. (Web site)

Maher Arar

  1. Maher Arar is a telecommunications engineer living in Ottawa, Ontario with his young family.

Calgary

  1. New light rail systems are operated in Edmonton, Alberta and Calgary, Alberta, and Ottawa.
  2. For the 2006 playoffs, each Canadian team (Calgary, Edmonton, Montreal, Ottawa) were assigned their own play-by-play callers and colour commentators.
  3. Canadian North operates through the gateway cities of Edmonton, Calgary and Ottawa to communities in the Northwest Territories and Nunavut. (Web site)

Implants

  1. Anyone who is missing one or more teeth due to injury, disease or tooth decay may be a candidate for Ottawa dental implants.

Kitchener

  1. A smaller number have settled in other cities such as London, Kitchener, Hamilton, Windsor, Barrie, and Ottawa.

Potawatomi

  1. The Potawatomi were part of a long term alliance with the Ojibwe and Ottawa, called the Council of Three Fires.
  2. After the allied Kickapoo, Ojibwa, Ottawa, Potawatomi, and Sac and Fox tribes massacred (c.1769) the Illinois, they partitioned the Illinois territory. (Web site)

Rich Little

  1. Rich Little (born Richard Caruthers Little on November 26, 1938 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada) is a comedian best known for his celebrity impersonations.

Riding

  1. He is now a candidate for the Conservative Party of Canada in the 2006 federal election, seeking election in the riding of Ottawa West—Nepean. (Web site)
  2. Ottawa Mayor Bob Chiarelli is a former Liberal member of the Ontario legislature and a close friend of the premier, whose riding is in Ottawa.
  3. Since 2004, his brother David has represented the riding of Ottawa South in the Canadian House of Commons. (Web site)

Carleton

  1. The NDP does not have a strong presence in Nepean—Carleton, a suburban riding west of Ottawa.
  2. The riding was created in 1966 from Carleton, Ottawa West and Ottawa East ridings. (Web site)
  3. He was a candidate for the party in the Ottawa area riding of Carleton in a 1948 by-election losing to the new Progressive Conservative leader George Drew.

Renfrew

  1. After the season a series was arranged between Renfrew and Montreal Wanderers and Ottawa to play in New York. (Web site)
  2. Renfrew - CBOF-8 98.7 FM - This was a former FM repeater in Renfrew, Ontario that was deleted when CBOF-FM signed on in Ottawa in the early 1990s.
  3. Renfrew and Montreal played first, with the winner to play-off against Ottawa. (Web site)

Jeff Zywicki

  1. Jeff Zywicki (born April 8, 1981) is a professional lacrosse player from Ottawa, Ontario.

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