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(kan'ă-dă),
Wilma J., 20th-century U.S. radiologist. See: Cronkhite-Canada syndrome.
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The line-up of the two engines will show Dominion of Canada with the cab and tender restored to LNER garter blue.
On July 3, Mallard, Dominion of Canada and their surviving sisters - Dwight D Eisenhower, Sir Nigel Gresley, Union of South Africa and Bittern - will be together in the National Railway Museum in York for two weeks until July 17 - a sight never seen before.
The Doncaster-built Dominion of Canada loco is being decked out in garter blue colours at the National Railway Museum in Shildon.
In addition, during February halfterm, Locomotion is celebrating the restoration of the A4 locomotive Dominion of Canada at the museum with a free family friendly half-term activity programme Awesome A4s.
Dominion of Canada and Dwight D Eisenhower are now on display at Locomotion, the National Railway Museum at Shildon in County Durham.
WHEN did British Columbia join the Dominion of Canada?
1, 1905, the Province of Alberta was carved out of the Northwest Territories to become a full and equal partner in the Dominion of Canada.
1868: The Dominion of Canada was established by the British North American Act.
Alberta was home to the First Peoples for millennia, before the Dominion of Canada and First Nations came together in a spirit of peaceful cooperation under the great treaties that enjoined the Crown eternally to respect and uphold the rights, privileges and traditions of Indigenous communities in our province.
It is a Dominion of Canada one-dollar bill and on the bill the owner of the bill inscribed each battle that he participated in during WW1.
(7.) Thompson Ferrier, Report, "Brandon Industrial School," Dominion of Canada Annual Report of the Department of Indian Affairs for the Year Ended June 30 1899, p.
The Dominion of Canada was officially formed on July 1, 1867 - nine months or so after members of Swinton Cricket Club turned to rugby to keep themselves occupied during the winter months.

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