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Number of casualties in the First World War, 1914 to 1918, and the ...

Aug 7, 2009 ... ... 8,832, 189,224, 198,056, 5,898, 74,859, 80,757. Total troops sent overseas, -, -
, 418,052, -, -, 411,0523. Total enlistments, -, -, 611,711, -, -, 730,6354. 1. As of
March 1946. 2. All accounted for May 31, 1923. 3. To May 21, 1946. 4. To August
1945. Source: Statistics Canada, The Canada Year Book 1947.

2016 Canada–Sweden Polar Expedition -

Canada's Extended Continental Shelf Program has been mapping the ocean
since 2006. Since then, a massive amount of geophysical and bathymetric data
has been collected and processed to delineate the outer limits of Canada's
extended ...

World Ozone Monitoring and Mapping

Amalgamation of measurements of stratospheric ozone from around the world, by
Environment Canada, the Government of Canada Department of the

Health Status of Canadians 2016

Public Health Officer. Health is fundamental to our quality of life and to. Canada's
prosperity in the world. I think most. Canadians would agree that their health and
the health of their loved ones is what matters most to them. Using a collection of
health indicators to monitor the health status of a population helps us understand

NEOSSat: Canada's Sentinel in the Sky - Canadian Space Agency

Mar 25, 2015 ... The Near-Earth Object Surveillance Satellite ( NEOSSat ), launched February 25,
2013, is the latest in a proud family of world-leading Canadian satellites. The
world's first space telescope dedicated to detecting and tracking asteroids and
satellites. It circles the globe every 100 minutes, scanning space ...

Government of Canada brings world-leading food security expert to ...

Sep 15, 2016 ... Leon Kochian becomes Canada Excellence Research Chair in Food Systems
and Security. September 15, 2016—Saskatoon, Saskatchewan—Tri-agency
Institutional Programs Secretariat. The Government of Canada understands the
central role of science in building a thriving, clean economy and ...

Mining and Quarry Operations: Region of Western Canada and the ...

Western Canada and the Territories (W-T) are world leaders in the production of
19 minerals and metals. In fact, W-T produces 100% of Canada's cesium, lead,
molybdenum, tungsten and uranium. Furthermore, the region has vast untouched
reserves in coal, diamonds, platinum-group metals (PGM), rare earth elements ...

Agriculture in a Water-Scarce World

One in a series of notes on agricultural policy issues of interest to Canada. This
note draws on analysis from a number of institutions, listed on page 5. Agriculture
in a Water-Scarce World. Managing the world's most important liquid asset. 1.
Introduction and Overview. More than one-third of the world's population lives in ...

This Was Canada in the 1970s - NFB/blog

Oct 11, 2017 ... There'd been a long-running dispute between Canada and the International Ice
Hockey Federation about the use of amateurs versus professionals in
international hockey tournaments, including the Olympics and the World Hockey
Championships. In 1970 this came to a head when the IIHF chose Canada ... - Canadian Authors and the Places That Inspired ...

In 1921, the Canadian Authors Association was founded in Montréal by authors
who were concerned with promoting and protecting their work. One of its
founding members was Stephen Leacock (1869-1944). Between 1915 and 1925,
Leacock was one of the leading humourists in the English-speaking world, and
his ...

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