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John Amagoalik

John Amagoalik is a Canadian politician. He campaigned for Inuit rights and made a significant contribution to the founding of the Canadian territory of Nunavut. He was Chairman of the Nunavut Implementation Commission and is widely regarded as t ...

Murray Angus

Murray Angus is a Canadian activist for First Nations causes, and the co-founder of Nunavut Sivuniksavut, a college program that provides instruction to Inuit youth in Inuit history, politics, and culture, specifically on the politics and ramific ...

Knight (disambiguation)

Knight Inlet, British Columbia, Canada Knight, Wisconsin, a town in the United States Knight Islands, Nunavut, Canada Knight, United States Virgin Islands, a settlement on the island of Saint Croix

Lupin (disambiguation)

Lupin, comic book from Argentina Lupin Philippine TV series Lupin, a 2010 mini-album and title song by South Korean girl group Kara Lupin III, Japanese manga series by Monkey Punch and the subsequent media franchise

Ceremony of the Flags

The Ceremony of the Flags is a Canadian military music event usually held by unit of the Royal Canadian Navy. The display originated from the Sunset Ceremony that was held after the introduction of the Canadian Flag on Parliament Hill in 1965. Th ...

2018 Canadian honours

The following are the appointments to various Canadian Honours of 2018. Usually, they are announced as part of the New Year and Canada Day celebrations and are published within the Canada Gazette during year. This follows the custom set out withi ...

2015 Canadian honours

The following are the appointments to various Canadian Honours of 2015. Usually, they are announced as part of the New Year and Canada Day celebrations and are published within the Canada Gazette during year. This follows the custom set out withi ...

2019 Canadian honours

The following are the appointments to various Canadian Honours of 2019. Usually, they are announced as part of the New Year and Canada Day celebrations and are published within the Canada Gazette during year. This follows the custom set out withi ...

2009 Canadian honours

The following are the appointments to various Canadian Honours of 2009. Usually, they are announced as part of the New Year and Canada Day celebrations and are published within the Canada Gazette during year. This follows the custom set out withi ...

2012 Canadian honours

The following are the appointments to various Canadian Honours of 2012. Usually, they are announced as part of the New Year and Canada Day celebrations and are published within the Canada Gazette during year. This follows the custom set out withi ...

2013 Canadian honours

The following are the appointments to various Canadian Honours of 2013. Usually, they are announced as part of the New Year and Canada Day celebrations and are published within the Canada Gazette during year. This follows the custom set out withi ...

Maple Creek, Saskatchewan

Maple Creek is a town in Maple Creek Rural Municipality No. 111, Saskatchewan, Canada. The population was 2.084 at the 2016 Census. The town is 103 km southeast of Medicine Hat, Alberta, and 40 km north of the Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park o ...

Maria van Pallaes

Mayken Lubbert van Pallaesdr., commonly known as Maria van Pallaes, was a Dutch philanthropist who established the Maria van Pallaes houses in the city of Utrecht. They consist of 12 almshouses and a refectory, together with a hofje or courtyard ...

January 1894 Calgary municipal election

The January 1894 Calgary municipal election was scheduled for January 15, 1894 to elect a Mayor and nine Councillors to sit on the tenth Calgary City Council from January 17, 1894 to January 7, 1895. In addition, two members were elected as schoo ...

Harry Aarts

Henricus Johannes Bernardus "Harry" Aarts was a Dutch politician. He served in the House of Representatives for the Catholic Peoples Party and later the Christian Democratic Appeal from 23 January 1973 until 1 October 1993.

Lindiwe Ntshalintshali

Leonah Lindiwe Mabona-Ntshalintshali, known as Lindiwe Ntshalintshali, is a South African politician who currently serves as MEC for the Mpumalanga Department of Culture, Sports and Recreation as well as the acting Provincial Secretary of the Afr ...

David Dekker

David Dekker is a Dutch cyclist, who currently rides for UCI Continental team SEG Racing Academy. He is the son of former professional cyclist Erik Dekker.

Alben Square

The modest memorial and flagpole is named for Bud H. Alben, an enlisted private in the First Army United States, 360th Division, who died in the St. Mihiel Offensive, which was fought from September 12–18, 1918. Alben Square was founded in 1926 b ...

2020 coronavirus pandemic in Europe

As of 13 March 2020, the World Health Organization considered Europe the active centre of the 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic. Cases by country across Europe had doubled over periods of typically 3 to 4 days, with some countries showing doubling eve ...

Taylor Gontineac

Taylor Gontineac is a French-born Romanian rugby union football player who is the son of former Romania Rugby legend and former captain Romeo Gontineac. He plays as a centre for professional Top 14 club ASM Clermont Auvergnes Espoirs.

Philippe Higonet

Philippe Higonet was a French General and politician. He was born on 5 May 1782 in Saint-Geniez-dOlt and died on 7 April 1862 in Aurillac.

Andre Bardet

Andre Bardet was a French painter born in Clermont Ferrand, France. Self-taught, Bardet first began painting at the age of 17. In his hometown of Coudes in Auvergne, Bardet was discovered by Victor Charreton, a notable Impressionist and a member ...

Presidential Guard (Cameroon)

The Cameroon Presidential Guard, is a military protection unit of the Cameroon Armed Forces. Unlike the Republican Guard, which existed until early 1984 and was placed under the authority of the General Delegate for the Gendarmerie, the GP report ...

Peribonka River

The Peribonka River is a river emptying in Sainte-Monique, in Lac-Saint-Jean-Est Regional County Municipality, in the Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean area in Quebec, Canada. It is 451 kilometres long and drains an area of 28.200 square kilometres. It dra ...

Sword (disambiguation)

Swords, Dublin, Ireland Swords, Georgia, a community in the United States Sword Beach, code name for the Normandy Coast landing area on D-day in World War II

Strider

Strider novel, a juvenile fiction novel by Beverly Cleary Dave and Dirk Strider, fictional characters from the webcomic Homestuck Strider, an alias of Aragorn, a character from The Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien Strider, standard English tit ...

Block B (film)

Block B is a Malaysian-Canadian experimental short film, directed by Chris Chong Chan Fui and released in 2008. A meditation on urban living, the film consists of a static shot of an apartment block in Kuala Lumpur, as the sounds and dialogue of ...

Alexander A. Gilman

Alexander A. Gilman is a German violinist, academic teacher and artistic director of the LGT Young Soloists. He has been performing internationally as a soloist and chamber musician and regularly conducting masterclasses.

List of most-liked tweets

This list contains the top 20 tweets with the most likes on the social networking platform Twitter; Twitter does not provide an official list but the news media makes lists. As of May 2020, the top tweet has over 4.3 million likes and was tweeted ...

Chris Chong Chan Fui

Chris Chong Chan Fui is a Malaysian artist and filmmaker, who has worked in both Malaysia and Canada. He is most noted for his short films Pool, which won the Toronto International Film Festival Award for Best Canadian Short Film at the 2007 Toro ...

Prince Tega Wanogho

Prince Tega Wanogho is a Nigerian-born American football offensive tackle for the Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League. He played college football at Auburn and was drafted by the Eagles in the sixth round of the 2020 NFL Draft.

Drew League

The Drew League is a pro–am basketball league held every summer in Los Angeles, California. Established in 1973, the league has grown in popularity over the years, with NBA players regularly participating in its games.

Malgorzata Wasilewska

Malgorzata Wasilewska is a Polish human rights activist and diplomat since 2016 serving as European Union ambassador to Jamaica. Until 2003, Wasilewska was president of Polish section of Amnesty International. She has been working also for Saferw ...

Dry Hot Summers

Dry Hot Summers is a 2015 Egyptian short film directed by Sherif El Bendary. It was an official selection at Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival.

Sarah Van Den Boom

Van Den Boom studied arts in the ESAG Penninghen, then in the animation workshop of the ENSAD in Paris, France. After graduating in 2000, she started the production of her first animation short film, Novecento, pianist, adapted from the famous no ...

Antoine Dessane

Marie-Hyppolyte-Antoine Dessane, born in France and resident mostly in Quebec City in Canada from 1849, was an organist, conductor and composer.

Lisa Barros DSa

Lisa Barros DSa is a film director, writer and producer. Barros DSa studied English at University of Oxford and holds an MA in Screenwriting from London University of the Arts. Born in Belfast, she is best known for co-directing and producing the ...

Chardonnet

Saint-Nicolas-du-Chardonnet, Roman Catholic church in the center of Paris, France located in the 5th arrondissement Aiguille du Chardonnet, a mountain in the French Alps

Give It to Me

"Give It to Me", by The Maine from Black & White, 2010 "Give It to Me", by Kylie Minogue from Fever, 2001 "Give It 2 Me", by Edem "Give It to Me" Mobb Deep song, 2006 "Give It to Me", by The Pioneers, 1968 "Give It 2 Me", by Shinhwa, 2015 "Give I ...

Nationals

Nationals may refer to: The Nationals eSports, an eSports league based in the Philippines National Party of Australia, a political party "Nationals" Glee, an episode of Glee The National, an indy band from Ohio People of a given nationality A tou ...

Puck

Puck, a graphics tablet accessory Shaving soap, typically refers to a hard soap that is whipped into a lather using a shaving brush Hockey puck, a disk made of vulcanized rubber that serves the same functions in various games as a ball does in ba ...

Child star

Child star may refer to: Child Star, the autobiography of Shirley Temple 1928 – 2014 Childstar, is a 2004 comedy film Child actor Child singer "Child Star", a song by Tyrannosaurus Rex from their 1968 album My People Were Fair and Had Sky in Thei ...

Lisa Bird-Wilson

A victim of the Sixties Scoop, as a child Bird-Wilson was taken from her Indigenous parents and adopted, disconnecting her from First Nations and Metis heritage. This experience informs much of her writing. Bird-Wilsons debut collection of short ...

First Time

The First Time 1952 film, a comedy directed by Frank Tashlin First Time 1983 film, a Hong Kong film produced by Peter Yang First Time 2012 film, a Chinese romance film directed by Han Yan The First Time 2012 film, a teen romantic comedy by Jon Ka ...

Funk (disambiguation)

Funk, Ohio, United States, an unincorporated community Funk Glacier, Graham Land, Antarctica Funk, Nebraska, United States, a village Funk Island, Newfoundland, Canada Funk House disambiguation, various houses on US. National Register of Historic ...

List of University of Illinois songs

This is a list of songs written about, dedicated to, or commonly associated with the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Most of the songs have been composed before 1940, and many were originally submitted in campus songwriting contests.

Louise Drevet

Louise Drevet, nee Marie-Louise Chaffanel was a French novelist. She was co-founder, editor and contributor to newspaper Le Dauphine.

Frida Wattenberg

Wattenberg was born in 1924 to Jewish parents from Poland. She grew up in The Marais quarter of Paris. She joined the Hashomer Hatzair movement in the late 1930s. During World War II, she studied at the Lycee Victor Hugo in Paris. Wattenberg also ...

Mario Saint-Amand

Mario Saint-Amand is a Quebec comedian and singer. He began his career in 1987 at the Denise-Pelletier Theater in Le Mariage de Figaro The Marriage of Figaro alongside Guy Nadon after he met Danielle Fichaud. At the beginning of the 1990s, Daniel ...

Tiburce Sebastiani

Jean Andre Tiburce, viscount Sebastiani de La Porta, was a French General and politician. He was born on 21 March 1786 in La Porta and died on 16 September 1871 in Bastia. Deputy of Corsica from 1828 to 1837, and Peer of France, he was the brothe ...