Canada

[n] - a nation in northern North America
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Canada

• (n.) A British province in North America, giving its name to various plants and animals.
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Canada

noun a nation in northern North America; the French were the first Europeans to settle in mainland Canada; `the border between the United States and Canada is the longest unguarded border in the world`
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Canada

[1800] Canada was a 393 ton merchant ship and convict ship that transported convicts five times to Australia. She was built in Shields in 1800. Under the command of William Wilkinson, she sailed from Spithead on 21 June 1801, with 104 male convicts. She arrived at Port Jackson on 14 December 1801. Three male and two female convicts died on ...
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Canada

[1891] Canada was a full rigged ship built in 1891 at Kingsport, Nova Scotia on the Minas Basin. She was one of the largest wooden sailing vessels ever built in Canada. Her owner had planned to make her the largest sailing ship built in Canada but damage to a timber intended for the keel caused her length to be trimmed by ten feet making Ca...
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Canada

[Attorney General] Canada (Attorney General) v. Hislop, 2007 SCC 10 is a leading decision of the Supreme Court of Canada on equality rights under section 15 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms and the retroactivity of Charter remedies. The Court struck down provisions in the amended Canada Pension Plan on grounds that it discrimi...
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Canada

[Attorney General] The applicants argued that the laws deprive sex workers of their right to security by forcing them to work secretly. In 2012, the Court of Appeal for Ontario ruled that some, but not all, of these prohibitions violated the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms and were unconstitutional. The Supreme Court of Canada ruled...
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Canada

[Citizenship and Immigration] Canada (Citizenship and Immigration) v. Khosa, 2009 SCC 12, is a leading Supreme Court of Canada decision in Canadian administrative law. ==Facts== Khosa was a citizen of India who immigrated to Canada with his family in 1996 at the age of 14. He was found guilty in 2002 of criminal negligence causing death and...
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Canada

[Director of Investigation and Research] Canada (Director of Investigation and Research) v. Southam Inc., [1997] 1 S.C.R. 748 is a leading decision of the Supreme Court of Canada on judicial review. In this case the Court first set out the standard of review of `reasonableness simpliciter`, which directs the court to only review decisions t...
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Canada

[ecclesiastical province] I made this myself, i am using it to ask a question on the Reference desk with it. You may use it. ...
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Canada

[Epcot] The Canada Pavilion is part of World Showcase within Epcot at the Walt Disney World Resort in Florida. Its location is next to United Kingdom. ==Layout== The Canada Pavilion is designed to remind guests of the Canadian outdoors. It includes a canyon, a waterfall, gardens, a pool with fountains, and totem poles. The main attraction i...
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Canada

[House of Commons] Canada (House of Commons) v. Vaid, [2005] 1 S.C.R. 667, 2005 SCC 30 is the leading decision of the Supreme Court of Canada on parliamentary privilege. The Court developed a test for determining when a claim of parliamentary privilege can protect a legislative body or its members from legal scrutiny. Besides the parties to...
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Canada

[magazine] Canada is a monthly magazine published by Evolve Digital Publishing Ltd, based in Bristol, UK. ...
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Canada

[New France] Because of the level of development of Canada compared to the other colonies, the terms `Canada` and `New France` were often used interchangeably. After the Treaty of Paris of 1763, when France ceded Canada and its dependencies to Great Britain, the colony was renamed the Province of Quebec. == Settled country == A 1740 survey ...
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Canada

[unit] The canada (kɐˈnaðɐ) was the fundamental unit of liquid volume of the ancient Portuguese Measurement System. It was used in Portugal, Brazil and other parts of the Portuguese Empire until the adoption of the metric system. It was equivalent to 4 quartilhos (pints). The exact value of the canada varied from region to region, the c...
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Canada

Click images to enlargeCountry occupying the northern part of the North American continent, bounded to the south by the USA, north by the Arctic Ocean, northwest by Alaska, east by the Atlantic Ocean, and west by the Pacific Ocean. Government The Canada Act of 1982 gave Canada power to amend its constitution and added a c...
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Canada

Can'a·da noun A British province in North America, giving its name to various plants and animals. Canada balsam . See under Balsam . -- Canada goose . (Zoology) See Wild goose . -- Canada jay . See Whisky Jack . --
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Canada

Canada (kăn'udu) , independent nation (2001 pop. 30,007,094), 3,851,787 sq mi (9,976,128 sq km), N North America. Canada occupies all of North America N of the United States (and E of Alaska) except for Greenland and the French islands of St. Pierre and Miquelon. It is bounded on the E by ...
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Canada

cooking apple.
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Canada

Country occupying the northern part of the North American continent, bounded to the south by the USA, north by the Arctic Ocean, northwest by Alaska, east by the Atlantic Ocean, and west by the...
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Canada

second largest country in the world in area (after Russia), occupying roughly the northern two-fifths of the continent of North America.[218 related articles]
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canada

The largest country in north america, comprising 10 provinces and two territories. Its capital is ottawa. It was discovered by norsemen as early as 1000 a.d. And was the object of anglo-french rivalry in the 17th century, but by 1867 became one dominion. Canada is from an indigenous huron or iroquois word, kanata, meaning camp or village. The frenc...
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Canada

The red grape (Arnold and 16 hybrids d'Arnold 16) is a new breed interspecific between Clinton x Black St. Peters (Black Alicante). The crossing of the hybrids was carried out by the private breeders Charles in Canada. The variety is as wine and grape table used.
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Canada

Type: Term Pronunciation: kan′ă-dă Definitions: 1. Wilma J., 20th-century U.S. radiologist. See: Cronkhite-Canada syndrome
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Canada

Village, Wigwams (Kamela) Our Northern neighbor.
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