Posts Tagged ‘Canada’


This is our version of Gordon Lightfoot’s ‘Sundown’ for the CBC Cover Me Canada auditions. Hope you enjoy it :)


snapshot-travel-blog.blogspot.com Fireworks Port Credit Canada Day July 1, 2011 at Memorial Park on the Credit River. This fireworks show seems to get better each yaer!



Credits to Silverwing. Not a complete list (I’ll complete it later), but here are some voice actors/actresses for the series. Please correct me if there are any spelling errors :) Bill Switzer = Shade Ian James Corlett = Mercury/Scirocco/Todd Sharon Alexander = Marina Pamela Hyatt = Frieda Richard Newman = Brutus/Throbb/Zephyr Lee Tokar = Luger/Romulus/Hector Richard Cox = Orestes Michael Dobson = Goth Randall Carpenter = Ariel Matt Hill = Chinook Shirley Millner = Bathsheba Stephanie Louise Vallance = Breeze Candace Churchill = Ursa


www.encognitive.com Edmonton, Alberta, Canada in Winter Edmonton (IPA /ˈɛdmɪnˌtɪn/) is the capital of the Canadian province of Alberta. The city is located on the North Saskatchewan River in the central region of the province, an area with some of the most fertile farmland on the prairies. It is the second largest city in Alberta after Calgary, with a population of 730372 (2006),[1] and is the hub of Canada’s sixth largest census metropolitan area, with a metropolitan population of 1034945 (2006[2]), making it the northernmost North American city with a metropolitan population over one million. At 684 square kilometres (264 sq mi), the City of Edmonton covers an area larger than Chicago, Philadelphia, Toronto or Montreal. Edmonton has one of the lowest population densities in North America, about 9.4% that of New York City. A resident of Edmonton is known as an Edmontonian. Edmonton serves as the northern anchor of the Calgary-Edmonton Corridor (one of four regions that together comprise 50% of Canada’s population) and is a staging point for large-scale oil sands projects occurring in northern Alberta and large-scale diamond mining operations in the Northwest Territories. Edmonton is Canada’s second most populous provincial capital (after Toronto) and is a cultural, government and educational centre. It plays host to a year round slate of world-class festivals, earning it the title of “The Festival City”.[3] It is home to North America’s largest mall and Canada’s largest


Purchase: www.der.org This film takes an unvarnished look at life in the village of Sheshatshiu, Labrador. Six savvy, gutsy young people talk to Montreal filmmaker Catherine Mullins about addiction, suicide, lack of jobs, hopelessness. Interviews with Elders, grandparents and teachers round out this portrait of a community in crisis – sadly a situation not unlike that of many other aboriginal nations. What is remarkable about Innu youth is their love of the land and of their native language. For them, being Innu means finding a balance between the traditional ways of the past and today’s reality. Produced by Green Lion Productions in association with Société Radio-Canada, RDI, Aboriginal Peoples Television Network, CBC, SCN; with the financial participation of the Quebec Film and Television Tax Credit, SODEC, Rogers Documentary Fund, Canadian Television Fund, Canadian Heritage, Star Choice Communications Inc., Canadian Independent Film and Video Fund, the Canadian Film or Video Production Tax Credit; with development assistance from the National Film Board of Canada – Unité ACIC. distributed by Documentary Educational Resources beinginnu.mcnabbconnolly.ca


FOR ALL USE & REFERENCE OF THIS SONG/VIDEO, PLEASE CREDIT: Song & video produced by Julia Bentley & Andrew Gunadie Turn on Closed Captioning for lyrics. Thanks, Daniel! Find us on here: www.myspace.com www.facebook.com Twitter: www.twitter.com www.twitter.com


Polish Studio (2011-01-08) – Pension Transfers from Poland to Canada through our Credit Union – A. Slawinska


Mikes trip to Edmonton Canada (December 2010)


propertysold.ca The Canadian Government announced on Jan 17th, 2011 that they will no longer be offering banks insurance on Home Equity Lines Of Credit for Canadian home owners. This could make it more difficult to qualify for a HELOC, or perhaps higher interest rates on lines of credit secured against a home. These new rules come info affect on April 18th 2011.





This is the entry for the Show it off for Skate Canada Contest where we can win the Grand Prize – a seminar with Kurt Browning for our club. You can vote once a day from Dec 1-31. Please vote for us!!!! The website is www.showitoffforskatecanada.ca – once there go to the gallery and you will see thumbnails where you can vote for ours.

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