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  • On July 7, 1999 the government of Sierra Leone and rebels signed a peace agreement
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  • ...ause it would gave amnesty to the rebels for their human rights abuses. In July of 2000, an export ban was placed on diamonds, as it was known that the sal
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  • [[Category:July]]
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  • In July 2007, Alberta Education issued a Call for Proposals from Alberta school jur
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  • ...d "We are the Champions" during Live Aid Wembley Stadium in England, 13th July, 1985
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  • At five minutes and six seconds after 4 a.m. on July 8th of the year 2009, the time and date were ...gust (07/08 in Eurospeak) and everyone in America will celebrate it on 8th July (07/08 in Yankspeak)." Tampen 16 June 2009 PDT
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  • ...completed bombs were successfully tested at Alamogordo, New Mexico on 16th July, 1945. " Source: Spartacus Educational 2009 <http://www.spartacus.schoolnet
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  • ...irl in the Picture: The Kim Phuc Story, Penguin Books Canada Ltd., Toronto,July 2001 ([http://www.amazon.ca/exec/obidos/ASIN/0140280219/canadianident-20 IS Toronto,July 2001 (ISBN 0-670-86817-5)
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  • ...ent of Ontario. In [[1953]], girls were admitted, and the camp operated in July for girls, and in August for boys. In [[1969]] the Leadership Camp was esta
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  • ...[[Ontario Camp Leadership Centre]] at [[Bark Lake]] which operated from [[July 1]] [[1948]] to [[August 31]], [[1995]] in [[:Category:City-Irondale|Ironda * Gail Hartshorn (Resource Counsellor July Skills 1981 and August Skills 1981,1984)
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  • ...ociation for <br>Health, Physical Education and Recreation<br> Vol.28 June-July, 1962 No. 5 <br>([http://www.canadianidentity.com/w/gord_wright/articles/go ...th, Physical Education and Recreation. <u>President's Page</u> Vol.28 June-July, 1962 No. 5. Toronto. 1962
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  • "On July 5, 2002, Heritage Minister Sheila Copps declares the former neighbourhood k
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  • * Later in July, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency announced the discovery of the Emerald ...se.com] was conceived by [http://www.pbase.com/slug/profile Chuck Neel] in July of 1999 after observing countless camera wielding people that take cool pho
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  • July 1 - The Governor General, His Excellency the Right Honourable Edward Schrey
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  • * "Learning Spam and Ham." Guardian Digital, Inc.09 July 2004, 05:29 UTC. 13 Dec 2009 <http://infocenter.guardiandigital.com/manuals
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  • *[[1990]] - [[July 11]] to [[September 26]]: [[Oka Crisis]]
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  • A few campers, (it was "Boys" camp at the time, as separate camps were held - July was "Girls" Camp/ August was "Boys" each summer) who wished to take some so
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  • ...to reach this plateau. Laurier remained the leader of opposition until the July of 1896, when he again made history but this time it was by being the first
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  • ...in Canada occurred in 1884 and was recorded in the Daily British Colonist, July 4, 1884. In the immediate vicinity of Number 4 tunnel, 20 miles from Yale,
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  • ...and rodeo held in Calgary, Alberta for 10 days in the second week of every July. It is one of Canada's largest annual events, and the world's largest outdo
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  • '''Jean-Bertrand Aristide''' was born in Port-Salutwas, Haiti on July 15, 1953. He was first elected president of Haiti by a large margin in 1990 '''Henry David Thoreau''' was born in Concord, Massachusetts on July 12, 1817. Henry wanted to be a poet. However he became a hermit and an acco
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  • ...Ontario|O.Ont]], [[Bachelor of Arts|BA]], [[Doctor of Letters|D.Litt]] ([[July 12]], [[1920]] &ndash; [[November 30]], [[2004]]) was a noted [[Canada|Cana
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  • ...it must have been a seemingly endless steam of ‘issues’; but, by early July of that year, there was a full Girl’s camp held at the Ontario Camp Leade
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  • On [[:Category:July 8|July 8]], [[:Category:1903|1903]], '''Hartland Morrison Devenney''' was born, at
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  • Hart’s retirement from the Ontario Government began in July of 1968 when he reached age 65. At first, he must have found it somewhat In July 1973, Hart had turned 70. He and his wife Rena often spent a lot of time w
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  • ...Gang," said Arculus, of Port Perry. "Their exploits dominated the April to July 1846 pages of the British Colonist, a prominent Toronto newspaper."
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  • ...5 was about to start his schooling. By 1949, the family expanded again on July 5 of that year when Richard Allan Bickerton (Rena’s family name) was born
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  • ...as seriously ill with (pancreatic) cancer on my Toronto radio programme of July 22 and extended my sympathies to his large extended family. ...in numerous activities including the magazine where I too was involved. In July 1963 Len was elected President of CAN. He became very involved and interest
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  • TORONTO, July 11 /CNW/ - "Friends of the Roundhouse" are calling for a
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  • ...t for Laughs''' (in French Juste Pour Rire) is a comedy festival held each July in Montreal, Quebec. It is the largest festival of its kind in the world. I
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  • On July 13, 1977, lightning struck the Indian Point Power generating station in the
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  • ...880s and is normally a three day celebration staged every third weekend in July and hosted by the [http://www.mn-s.ca Metis Nation of Saskatchewan].
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  • ...group of Mohawk people and the town of Oka, Quebec, Canada which began on July 11, 1990. It lasted until September 26, 1990. <br>http://www.cbc.ca/gfx/ima .../mohawk-land-claim-oka-crisis.html Oka crisis 20th anniversary march held] July 12, 2010
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  • ...20th Century] (original source was the print version of Maclean's magazine July 1,1999)
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  • * Release Date: 3 July 1985 (USA)
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  • ...for faceted searching and easier user commenting and tagging went live on July 19, 2008. The first BiblioCommons was set up at the Oakville Public Library
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  • ...uthor), George Fisher (Photographer) Publisher: Firefly Books; 1 edition (July 5 2003) ISBN-10: 1552977676 ISBN-13: 978-1552977675 [http://www.amazon.ca/g
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  • Nikola Tesla (Serbian:10 July 1856 – 7 January 1943) was an inventor, mechanical engineer, and electric ...was [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wjPE-DBYWQQ officially unveiled] on 9 July 2006 on the 150th anniversary of Tesla's birth.
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  • ...r was [http://educator.davidspencer.ca/ David] and his wife's pet dog from July 24, 1999 to February 24, 2011. He was a great companion who liked to snuggl
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  • ..., in Haliburton, Ontario. His collection was moved to Peterborough and on July 1, 1997 the Kanawa International Museum of Canoes, Kayaks and Rowing Craft
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  • ...s the '''lowest''' rank number. . Web traffic rankings were accurate as of July 21, 2011.
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  • ...tml# Young appointed as executive lead at U of M, Winnipeg Free Press]" 04 July 2011
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  • ..."tweets". Twitter was created by Jack Dorsey in March 2006 and launched in July 2006". Wikipedia contributors. "[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Twitter Twitt
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  • ...OE20100709 Metalex Ventures recovers 716 diamonds in Ontario; shares jump] July 9, 2010 Rueters Canada. "Kimberlites are the rock formation where diamonds
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  • Shawn Atleo's election as AFN national chief and news conference (July 2009)
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  • ==July== * July<br><big>'''Title'''</big><br>'''Location''':? (map)<br>'''Time''': ? to ? <
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  • ...//perzinacanada.com Perzina]''' Gebr. Perzina has been making pianos since July 1, 1871 in Lenzen, Germany
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  • The 2012 33rd Annual General Assembly ws held in Toronto, Ontario from July 17 to 19, 2012 at the [http://www.mtccc.com/ Metro Toronto Convention Centr
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  • ..."tweets". Twitter was created by Jack Dorsey in March 2006 and launched in July 2006". Wikipedia contributors. "[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Twitter Twitt
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  • * Bradshaw, James. The Globe & Mail. 16 July 2012. <http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/national/u-of-t-signs-on-to-star
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