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  • ...on/ AMU3O Music Assignments] (grade 11) (created and maintained by [[David M.R.D. Spencer|David Spencer]]) # [http://www.merlot.org/merlot/materials.htm?community=3023 MERLOT Music Learning Materials]
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  • '''Gord Wright''' was a Canadian educator, athlete, government administrator, naval officer, camper, author ...ho at Ontario Agricultural College set a 17 year high jump record as first Canadian using the Western Roll. He won the University of Toronto "Bronze T" for bei
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  • The following is a list of tasks that [[David M.R.D. Spencer|David Spencer]] plans to complete for "'''[[Main Page|David Sp ...bout the education community is provided to the education community by the community itself.
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  • '''Oscar Peterson''' was an exceptionally well known Canadian. He was a legendary jazz pianist in Canada and around the world. Oscar Pete ...ar Peterson is still to this day known as one of the best jazz pianists in Canadian history. Many Canadians love and recognize Oscar Peterson for his great mus
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  • ...aughters of respectable families. This was a homegrown, nineteenth century Canadian 'mafia', one of the earliest known cases of organized crime in British Nort ...rs took place in Markham and some of the gang members originated from that community, Arculus said. However, many members came from the nearby townships of Pick
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  • '''Nellie McClung''' is one of the five Canadian women we have to thank for that. The famous five played a very large role i ...rnors (1936), she belonged to Canadian Women Press Club, was a part of the Canadian delegate to the League of Nations (1938), a member of the Political Equalit
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  • ...village had nineteen men and the surrounding farm communities serve in the Canadian Expeditionary Force-unfortunately eight of the men were killed (Scully, 198 ...till come back to base. "Thus, Malton was transformed from a small farming community of 150 residents in the 1930's into a busy transportation, industrial, and
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  • ...ool (ECS)''' is a private school for girls that offers a very small, close community of teachers and students. Each student is an important link in the ECS chai [[Category:M]]
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  • ...linary knowledge and skills through the exploration of Aboriginal and Euro-Canadian histories. The course includes lectures and hands-on work at an archaeologi ...asp Ecology of the Night] was an educational Symposium, held at the Leslie M. Frost Centre, September 22-24, 2003. "Scientists are now finding that ligh
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  • ==Métis Organizations== According to the 2006 census, there are '''409,065''' Métis in Canada.
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  • ==Métis Harvesting== ...th the Métis Nation of Alberta to legally permit year-round harvesting to Métis rights-holders.
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  • ==Métis History== # [[Key Dates in Aboriginal and Canadian Government Relations]]
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  • ==Métis Faith, Religion and Spirituality== ...ligious.htm Métis Religious Life and Education] from the Alberta Heritage Community Foundation
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  • ==Métis Art== ...igenus/ Planet IndigenUs] is a multi-disciplinary arts festival showcasing Canadian Aboriginal artists in an international context held at Toronto's Harbourfro
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  • {{Template:Stub Ontario Community}} [[Category:M]]
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  • ...ich we strive to incorporate into the programs and services offered to our community. [[Category:M]]
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  • * [http://www.itcwebdesigns.com/fergus_ca.htm M. Ruscher-Bose's personal page about Fergus] {{Template:Stub Ontario Community}}
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  • {{Template:Stub Ontario Community}} [[Category:M]]
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  • ...ral Capital in Canada, 1 of 5. I have always been actively involved in the community development of First Nation's cultural arts, archival material and the repa ...itled Disney's America. I was recruited to the Ojibwe Cultural Foundation, M'Chigeeng First Nation on Manitoulin Island as their curator. Last achievmen
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  • {{Template:Stub Ontario Community}} [[Category:M]]
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  • ...vide us with more information about your post-secondary schooling, career, community service, and life experiences. # '''Bernadette Adkins''' - completed course [[Understanding Canadian Law (CLU3M) with David|CLU3M]] in [[:Category:2003|2003]]
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  • ...basic theory concepts with a clear and colorful approach. Anne Crosby is a Canadian composer of teaching material for children with several published collectio ...c.com/ Prima Music] web site is designed especially for the music teaching community, and features an extensive collection of lesson and supplemental books, she
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  • Elevation: 439.99 m [[Category:Canadian]]
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  • ...ficial Subject Association in Ontario for teachers of both First Nations, Métis and Inuit Studies from Grades 9-12. Thanks to Marg Boyle`s groundwork and community connection building, the '''[http://fnmieao.com/ First Nation, Metis & Inui
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  • [[Category:M]] [[Category:Canadian]]
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