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Ontario Highway 427

Ontario Highway 427 - Main 427 feeder

Main 427 feeder, Toronto Pearson International Airport, Short 427 commuter Highway, Busiest 427 freeway in Canada

CHU (radio station)

CHU (radio station) - Call sign of a shortwave time signal radio station

Call sign of a shortwave time signal radio station, Radio station in Canada

Enniscorthy

Enniscorthy - Home of Eilis Lacey

Home of Eilis Lacey, Host town of Canada

List of neighbourhoods in Toronto

List of neighbourhoods in Toronto - Smaller municipality formed part before 1998

Smaller municipality formed part before 1998, Populous municipality, Central city, Desirable place, Largest, metropolitan area in Canada

Stittsville

Stittsville - Suburb

Suburb, Community, Home of the Stittsville Minor hockey RAMS, Other seven schools, Largest municipality in Canada, Weekly newspaper

Bruce Hart (wrestler)

Bruce Hart (wrestler) - Dual citizen of Canada

Dual citizen of Canada, Instrumental development of the young talent

Six Nations of the Grand River

Six Nations of the Grand River - Largest, first Nations reserve in Canada

Largest, first Nations reserve in Canada, Mohawk, Cayuga

Adam Stern

Adam Stern - Canadian, former Major League Baseball outfielder

Canadian, former Major League Baseball outfielder, Second, Jewish player from Canada

Peter A. Allard School of Law

Peter A. Allard School of Law - Top, ranking, scholarly publication in Canada

Top, ranking, scholarly publication in Canada, Online, open access, Academic journal

Mount Saint Vincent University

Mount Saint Vincent University - Only university in Canada

Only university in Canada

Wolfe Island (Ontario)

Wolfe Island (Ontario) - Island at the entrance

Island at the entrance, Part of Frontenac County, Home to growing a population, National Historic site of Canada, Part of the traditional hunting lands

Walleye

Walleye - Freshwater perciform fish of native, most Canada

Freshwater perciform fish of native, most Canada

Will Arnett

Will Arnett - Dual citizen of Canada

Dual citizen of Canada

Navdeep Bains

Navdeep Bains - Canadian politician

Canadian politician, Registrar General of Canada, Member of the Liberal Caucus Committees, Director of the municipal Property Assessment Corporation, Board of advisors

Shaw Direct

Shaw Direct - Direct broadcast satellite television distributor in Canada

Direct broadcast satellite television distributor in Canada

Canadian Chinese cuisine

Canadian Chinese cuisine - Largest, visible minority group in Canada

Largest, visible minority group in Canada

Waterton Lakes National Park

Waterton Lakes National Park - Gelegen

Gelegen, Canada

Jennie Kidd Trout

Jennie Kidd Trout - First woman in Canada

First woman in Canada, Only woman physician, First woman physician, Strong advocate of temperance, First cousin

Canadian Regional Airlines

Canadian Regional Airlines - Airline

Airline, Largest, regional carrier in Canada

Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park

Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park - Gelegen

Gelegen, Canada

Barry Trotz

Barry Trotz - Canadian ice Hockey coach

Canadian ice Hockey coach, Assistant coach for Canada

Algoma Central Railway

Algoma Central Railway - Railway in Northern Ontario

Railway in Northern Ontario, First, Canadian, first railway in Canada

Turbot War

Turbot War - International fishing dispute between Canada

International fishing dispute between Canada

Nova Scotia Supreme Court

Nova Scotia Supreme Court - Superior Court in the province

Superior Court in the province, Oldest Court in Canada

Prince Edward Island

Prince Edward Island - Only province of Canada in Canada

Only province of Canada in Canada, Home, One University, Maritime Christian College, One three Maritime Provinces, Located Gulf of St, Size than the larger U, One snowiest parts of Canada, Moderate

Nose Hill Park

Nose Hill Park - Third, largest, urban, urban park in Canada

Third, largest, urban, urban park in Canada, Largest, natural area, Located quadrant of Calgary

Peter Irniq

Peter Irniq - Inuk politician in Canada

Inuk politician in Canada, Inuit, Cultural teacher, Executive assistant, Assistant Commissioner

Toronto General Hospital

Toronto General Hospital - Major teaching hospital in downtown Toronto

Major teaching hospital in downtown Toronto, Research, Largest organ transplant center in Canada, Partner in University Health Network

Aberdeen Pavilion

Aberdeen Pavilion - Exhibition hall in Ottawa

Exhibition hall in Ottawa, National Historic site of Canada

Holly Cole

Holly Cole - Canadian jazz singer in popular Canada

Canadian jazz singer in popular Canada, One artists

Essar Steel Algoma

Essar Steel Algoma - Integrated, primary steel producer on the located St

Integrated, primary steel producer on the located St, Second, largest steel producer in Canada

North Preston

North Preston - Unincorporated, oldest, largest, indigenous, Black community in Canada

Unincorporated, oldest, largest, indigenous, Black community in Canada

Val Marie, Saskatchewan

Val Marie, Saskatchewan - Prairie village in the located, southwestern region

Prairie village in the located, southwestern region, National hotspot in Canada

Wrangell–St. Elias National Park and Preserve

Wrangell–St. Elias National Park and Preserve - High mountain

High mountain, Second, highest mountain in Canada, Largest, national park site, Largest, single wilderness area, Main park visitor center, Retreat, Mount Bona, Mount Churchill, Hostile Secretary of the interior

British Columbia

British Columbia - Westernmost province of Canada

Westernmost province of Canada, Component of the Pacific Northwest

The Guess Who

The Guess Who - Homage

Homage, Disc jockey Wolfman Jack, Totemic symbol of Canada

Great Bear Lake

Great Bear Lake - Largest lake in Canada

Largest lake in Canada, Northwest Territories on the Arctic Circle

Peace River

Peace River - River in Canada

River in Canada, Important centre of oil,

Toronto

Toronto - Populous city in Canada

Populous city in Canada, International centre of the Greater Toronto Area for business, Home, Many, wealthy, residential enclaves, Casa Loma, Central transportation hub for road, Annual event celebrating the international film industry, Home over 5,000 animals, Unicameral, legislative body comprising 44 councillors, Candidate city for the 1996 2008 summer Olympics, First settlement, Municipality, Natural peninsula until a storm

Maple sugar

Maple sugar - Traditional sweetener in Canada

Traditional sweetener in Canada

Carrefour Laval

Carrefour Laval - Super, regional mall in located Laval

Super, regional mall in located Laval, Largest shopping mall in Quebec province, First shopping centre in Canada, One four fashion centres in the Montreal area

Simon Whitfield

Simon Whitfield - Retired Olympic triathlon champion from Canada

Retired Olympic triathlon champion from Canada

John Diefenbaker

John Diefenbaker - Candidate for the PC leadership

Candidate for the PC leadership, 13th Prime Minister of Canada, Teacher had deep interests, Full cry

Health insurance

Health insurance - Insurance

Insurance, Constitutional, provincial government responsibility in Canada, Only solution, Problems, Excellent facility offering by the Max Bupa General Insurance Company Limited, Mandatory anyone living in Germany, Compulsory persons, Famous, leading, general one insurance companies in India, Uncertain, One family floater products, Ersatzkasse n, Allgemeine Ortskrankenkasse n

Roy Thomson, 1st Baron Thomson of Fleet

Roy Thomson, 1st Baron Thomson of Fleet - Powerful media group in Canada

Powerful media group in Canada

Empire Theatres

Empire Theatres - Movie theatre chain in Canada

Movie theatre chain in Canada

Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami

Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami - Nonprofit organization in Canada

Nonprofit organization in Canada

Saskatchewan River

Saskatchewan River - Major river in Canada

Major river in Canada, First place in North America

Frederick Hamilton-Temple-Blackwood, 1st Marquess of Dufferin and Ava

Frederick Hamilton-Temple-Blackwood, 1st Marquess of Dufferin and Ava - Only child of Price Blackwood

Only child of Price Blackwood, Third governor general of Canada, First governor to visit every general province to establish general medals, Political associate of R, Displeased outcome, Home with the princely representatives

Metro Inc.

Metro Inc. - Third, largest grocer in Canada

Third, largest grocer in Canada

Ivor Wynne Stadium

Ivor Wynne Stadium - Canadian football stadium at the located corner

Canadian football stadium at the located corner, Largest stadium in the CFL from 1971 1975, Second facility in Canada, Stadium

Lord Chancellor

Lord Chancellor - Second, highest ranking of the Great Officers

Second, highest ranking of the Great Officers, Member of the Cabinet, David Lidington, Central character in the work, Sole patron of 157 livings, Senior representative of the Sovereign, Privy Counsellor, Minister with formal responsibility, Churchman, Highest Court officer for Canada from 1867 1875, Chief judge of the Court, Robert Henley, Last Lord Chancellor, Cases, One Church Commissioners

Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park

Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park - Highest point in Canada

Highest point in Canada, Erosional plateau

Vaughan

Vaughan - City in Ontario

City in Ontario, First, only municipality in Ontario within the top, populous 10 areas, Largest city in Canada, Construction along Major Mackenzie Drive

Uranium

Uranium - Chemical element with symbol U

Chemical element with symbol U, Reproductive toxicant, Dense, hard, metallic element, Form, Plentiful, antimony tin, Important, primary material, Fascinating, Mordant s of silk, Canada, Australia, Pitchblende, Uraninite

Michaëlle Jean

Michaëlle Jean - Governor General of Canada from 2005 2010

Governor General of Canada from 2005 2010, Special envoy for Haiti, Third journalist in a row, Fluent, Spanish, Italian, Haitian Creole

John Buchan

John Buchan - First viceroy of Canada

First viceroy of Canada, Salient instance of this contradiction, Such one South Africa was a revelation, Colonialist, Champion, Racist, London, Old infantry, Form of a Buchan shocker

Winnipeg

Winnipeg - Economic base

Economic base, Regional centre, Railway hub, Public library network with 20 branches, Only, professional theatre in Canada, Largest, oldest, professional, musical ensemble in Winnipeg, First, Canadian city to host the Pan American Games, Located Via Rail Station

André Boisclair

André Boisclair - First, gay politician in Canada

First, gay politician in Canada

Jacques Cartier

Jacques Cartier - Breton explorer

Breton explorer, Ready May, Hardy one sailors, European discoverer of Canada

Beer in Canada

Beer in Canada - Popular, alcoholic beverage in Canada

Popular, alcoholic beverage in Canada

The Friendly Giant

The Friendly Giant - Totemic symbol of Canada

Totemic symbol of Canada

Labrador Peninsula

Labrador Peninsula - Large peninsula in eastern Canada

Large peninsula in eastern Canada, Plateau

Robert Borden

Robert Borden - Canadian lawyer

Canadian lawyer, Politician, Last Prime Minister, New, prime minister of Canada, Last, Canadian Prime Minister, Backbencher practising law for four

Conservative Party of Canada

Conservative Party of Canada - One right of the political spectrum

One right of the political spectrum, Conduit between the Party Leader, Founding, political party of Canada

John A. Macdonald

John A. Macdonald - First Prime Minister of Canada

First Prime Minister of Canada, Promising student in the summer, Orator disliked the bombastic addresses, Third five children

HP Sauce

HP Sauce - Brown sauce

Brown sauce, Proof that this country, Milder version of the original, brown sauce, Spicier variant in Canada, Steak sauce, Available range of formats

Murney Tower

Murney Tower - Martello tower in Kingston

Martello tower in Kingston, National Historic Site of Canada, Part of the Rideau Canal

Labatt Brewing Company

Labatt Brewing Company - Largest brewer in Canada

Largest brewer in Canada, Majority owner of the Toronto Blue Jays, Sponsor of the Williams F1 racing team

University Canada West

University Canada West - First, private university in Canada

First, private university in Canada

History of British Columbia

History of British Columbia - Westernmost province of Canada

Westernmost province of Canada

Saint John, New Brunswick

Saint John, New Brunswick - Oldest, incorporated city in Canada

Oldest, incorporated city in Canada, Home, Exhibition Park Raceway, City of neighbourhoods, Bilingual province, Greater Saint John area

York University

York University - Few one universities

Few one universities, Diverse area of Toronto, Only university in Canada

Canadian Football League

Canadian Football League - Professional sports league in Canada

Professional sports league in Canada

Royal Canadian Mounted Police

Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Federal, national police force of Canada

Federal, national police force of Canada

Ice hockey

Ice hockey - Full contact sport carries a high risk

Full contact sport carries a high risk, Highest League in Russia, Developmental, minor League in the United States, Official winter sport of Canada, Popular Canada

Harriet Brooks

Harriet Brooks - First, Canadian, female, nuclear physicist

First, Canadian, female, nuclear physicist, First graduate student in Canada

Keith Hart (wrestler)

Keith Hart (wrestler) - Third child of wrestling promoter Stu Hart

Third child of wrestling promoter Stu Hart, Dual citizen of Canada, Present stage, Papers as an amateur wrestler

Confederation Centre of the Arts

Confederation Centre of the Arts - Largest theatre mainstage in Canada

Largest theatre mainstage in Canada

Brockville

Brockville - Home

Home, Several, large, industrial manufacturers, Launching point for wreck diving, Elite level program, Full length, 18 hole course, Clay, Oval track, Few, Canadian one cities, Downstream end of the Thousand Islands region, First railway tunnel in Canada

Peace Bridge

Peace Bridge - International bridge between Canada

International bridge between Canada, 762 8 feet, Second East River Suspension Bridge in New York City, Located south of the Whirlpool Bridge, 495 feet, 10 feet so wide traffic

Ungava Bay

Ungava Bay - Large bay in northeastern Canada

Large bay in northeastern Canada

Canadian Coast Guard

Canadian Coast Guard - Coast guard of Canada

Coast guard of Canada

Demographics of Quebec

Demographics of Quebec - Only province in Canada

Only province in Canada, Home in the 23

Dean Hart

Dean Hart - Dual citizen of Canada

Dual citizen of Canada, Good fighter, First Hart family

TSX Venture Exchange

TSX Venture Exchange - Stock exchange in Canada

Stock exchange in Canada, Senior equity market while the TSX Venture Exchange

Polish Canadians

Polish Canadians - Citizens of Canada

Citizens of Canada

Cheryl Gallant

Cheryl Gallant - Canadian politician

Canadian politician, Strong defender of rural Canada, Member of the Conservative Party

Guelph

Guelph - City in southwestern Ontario

City in southwestern Ontario, Home, Hillside Festival, Guelph Symphony Orchestra, First municipality in Canada, Responsible policy

Manulife

Manulife - Largest insurance company in Canada

Largest insurance company in Canada, Global asset management Arm of Manulife