The Patricias 100th Anniversary will be a commemoration of our past and a rededication of the Regiment to the service of Canadians. We hope to engender in Canadians the importance of dedication, commitment and sacrifice that we as a nation must be prepared to offer to protect our values. The Regiment present day Colonel in Chief, The Right Honourable Adrienne Clarkson, would like to invite you to share in this rewarding contribution to our legacy..
“He took a caucus of seven people, made it to eleven, now he’s made it to seventeen. I think he’s done a really good job in the party when it comes to funding, making sure we’re out of debt. We’re in a really good place for making government next time.
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James Shapiro (CC’77), the Larry Miller Professor of English and Comparative Literature, is among the best known Shakespeare experts in the world and the Shakespeare Scholar in Residence at New York’s Public Theater. He has written a steady stream of award winning books about the bard during his three decades at Columbia, and his fascination with his subject continues with his latest, The Year of Lear: Shakespeare in 1606, on sale on Oct. 6..
Anyway, my mom was born in 1934 and as a kid she remembers going out to Marsh creek And in the 40 and tells of the drive through Concord, Clayton back then. Man I wish I had a video of that drive. More photos. It will also provide them with the knowledge of what incentives might be up front.Not only does this project have the potential to be adapted provincially; this is the first project that attempts to look at stacking water and electricity incentives in this way.The project team includes students in the Energy Systems Engineering Technology program at St. Lawrence College, led by Adegboyega Babasola, SEARC lead researcher.On the heels of launching a massive solar project at both the Kingston and Brockville campuses, SEARC and St. Lawrence College are proud to be a part of this project, which aligns with the College focus on community leadership and the promotion of environmental sustainability, said Gordon C.