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(kan'ă-dă),
Wilma J., 20th-century U.S. radiologist. See: Cronkhite-Canada syndrome.
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Finally, because the Dominion of Canada was not created on the heels of a revolution, the drafters of the constitution were not particularly concerned about the state oppression of individual rights or freedoms.
It should also be noted that, while early Canada demonstrated only minimal potential implementation barriers of the type identified by Luder (1992), the jurisdiction was in the midst of tumultuous circumstances surrounding the formation of the Dominion of Canada from the Province of Canada and two other British North American provinces.
The Dominion of Canada may have formed in 1867, but the province of British Columbia didn't join it for another four years - and seems no less eager to throw off some of the trappings and traditions of colonialism.
What makes this choice so particular is the fact that Ottawa was first chosen as the capital of the Province of Canada, before it became that of the Dominion of Canada.
The political conflict in Canada was mostly settled with the creation of the Dominion of Canada in 1867.
While most of the British politicians and people have paid little attention to the creation of the Dominion of Canada, Lord Carnarvon has been closely involved.
The government of the Dominion of Canada was using every tactic in its arsenal to entice Native leaders to sign treaties and choose land on which to create reserves.
The Dominion of Canada General Insurance Company ("The Dominion"), one of Canada's largest property/casualty (P/C) insurers, and Guidewire Software, Inc.
Chapters six to nine examine the impact of the annexation of the north-west by the Dominion of Canada.
Yet the Dominion of Canada into which I was born has been altered beyond recognition.
says it will acquire The Dominion of Canada General Insurance Company from E-L Financial Corp.
The Dominion of Canada and four other A4-class locos will be brought together at the National Railway Museum in York.