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The north arm of the Fraser, its industries, its possibilities
South Vancouver (B.C.). Board of Trade
by Joint Committee of the Boards of Trade of South Vancouver, Richmond and Point Grey in [Vancouver?]
Written in English
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North Arm of the Fraser: Its Industries, Its Possibilities, A Plea for its Development”. The document was signed by a diverse collection of politicians, industrialists, business owners, mariners and other citizens, all of them putting forth their justification for the dredging of the river.
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The Marpole Midden, located near the Musqueam Indian Reserve on the Fraser River's north arm, has been the subject of anthropological research, institutional excavation, national commemoration, and controversy.
From the late s to the s, major international museums, local historical societies, and university archaeologists mined the site for human Author: Susan Roy. Its possibilities book. The Canadian Institute for Studies in Publishing (CISP) is the research arm of Publishing @ SFU (formerly called the Canadian Centre for Studies in Publishing).The CISP hosts a broad range of research activities carried out by SFU faculty, staff, and students, who, in collaboration with other universities and industry, are seeking to advance our understanding of.
Donald R. Fraser, a travel agent with Thomas Cook Inc., who worked in its offices at 25 Tudor City Place, died Tuesday in his apartment at East 68th Street.
cooperative movement and helped to speed or retard its development and change the direction of its expansion. The main subject matter of this report covers the consumers’ cooperatives of various types (distributive and service, housing, credit, insurance, etc.), as well as workers’ productive and labor cooperative associations.
South. The average for the combined industries in the North was cents, 18 percent above the cent average for the South. The regional difference in the shirt and nightwear industry was 12 percent of the southern average, and in cotton-pants, overall, and work-shirt factories it was 21 percent.
In the North, average. John Foster Fraser has 18 books on Goodreads with 93 ratings. John Foster Fraser’s most popular book is The Bicycle Reader | Number 2: Spring Wodonga / w ə ˈ d ɒ ŋ ɡ ə / is a city on the Victorian side of the border with New South Wales, kilometres ( mi) north-east of Melbourne, is located wholly within the boundaries of the City of Wodonga population is approximat and is separated from its twin city in New South Wales, Albury, by the Murray er, the two cities form an urban Population: 35, ( census), 93, ().
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The Technical University of British Columbia (TechBC) was a special-purpose university in Surrey, British Columbia, Canada, that operated from untilwhen it was closed by the BC students and programs were transferred to Simon Fraser University to become the core of SFU Surrey and the School of Interactive Arts and TechnologyLocation: Canada, 49°11′10″N °51′00″W.
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The Fraser Shipyards Collection, donated to UW-Superior incontains over 2, large format technical drawings, as well as over 6, technical drawings digitized from 35mm slides. The drawings were used at Fraser Shipyards in Superior, Wis., between the s and the s, though some drawings date back to the s.
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Back in the s you might have caught (and then been caught by) a BBC radio programme, The Northern Drift. This was also the title of a stage-show, fronted by the writer Henry Livings and the legendary song-writer Alex Glasgow: some of this transferred to television in BBC2's Get the Drift.
Livings was unabashedly Lancastrian. Oakridge: The Living City. and across the north arm of the Fraser River, the Vancouver airport had begun operations in traditional industries of forestry, mining, and oil and gas –. The original incarnation of News Corporation (abbreviated News Corp.) was an American multinational mass media corporation operated and owned by media mogul, Rupert Murdoch, headquartered in New York to its split init was the world's fourth-largest media group in terms of revenue, and News Corporation had become a media powerhouse since its Fate: Corporate spin-off.
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