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A Portuguese measure of liquid volume approximately equivalent to 1.4 liters. It became obsolete after Lusophone countries adopted the metric system in the 19th century.
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(309) 636-1100 Deister Electronics Inc., Pickering, ON, Canada (905) 837-5666 Environmental Air Solutions, Coralville, IA (319) 358-7794 Evertire Inc., Baldwin Park, CA (626) 337-8732 Field Gymmy Inc., Glandorf, OH (419) 538-6511 Flexxaire Manufacturing Inc., Edmonton, AB, Canada
"Canada is way ahead of the United States" in terms of gay rights, he says.
Health services in Canada would be worse if Canadians didn't have the U.S.
Historically, extremes of climate, culture, and landscape across Canada's vast territories have combined to create distinct regional differences in its architecture.
All 10 provincial and 3 territorial health authorities in Canada are required by law to report diagnoses of malaria and other selected diseases to federal authorities at Health Canada (2).
Ethnic ministries have been woven into the tapestry of Canadian Baptist home mission work in Canada; over time, this feature became an essential part of Baptist identity in Canada.
On August 1, 2016, two new wheat classes, Canada Northern Hard Red and Canada Western Special Purpose, take effect.
[65] CHU Sainte-Justine, Universite de Montreal, Montreal, QC, Canada.
Pluralism (in Canada also referred to as multi-culturalism) has brought about the belief of many that all religions, sects and superstitions (witchcraft, Satanism) should have equal status under the law.
Air Canada passenger revenues were up 4% thanks to increases in all markets, except transatlantic routes.
The Canadian Pharmacists Association expressed concern that this activity could be a threat to Canada's supply.
TEI's 6,200 members work for 2,800 of the largest companies in Canada, the United States, Europe, and Asia.