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  • cfb shearwater

    beginning in the 1970s, cfb shearwater began hosting an armed forces day every fall, typically on the weekend following labour day, and included an air show where the long and wide runways at shearwater hosted some of the largest aircraft in the world, including the u.s. air force's c-5 galaxy transport planes and b-52 stratofortress bombers.

  • vaughn solomon schofield

    vaughn solomon schofield, som svm cd born october 25, 1943 was the 21st lieutenant governor of saskatchewan, from 2012 to 2018. her appointment as lieutenant governor was made by governor general of canada david lloyd johnston on the constitutional advice of prime minister of canada stephen harper on march 6, 2012, to succeed gordon barnhart.

  • category:companies based in saskatchewan

    companies based in regina, saskatchewan‎ 30 p s companies based in saskatoon‎ 39 p pages in category 'companies based in saskatchewan' the following 8 pages are in this category, out of 8 total. this list may not reflect recent changes . i. innovation credit union; m.

  • regina/aerogate aerodrome

    broken asphalt source: canada flight supplement 1 regina/aerogate aerodrome , tc lid : cag2 , is located 6 nautical miles 11 km; 6.9 mi north of regina , saskatchewan , canada .

  • regina, saskatchewan

    regina / rɪˈdʒaɪnə / is the capital city of the canadian province of saskatchewan. the city is the second-largest in the province, after saskatoon, and a cultural and commercial centre for southern saskatchewan. as of the 2016 census, regina had a city population of 215,106, and a metropolitan area population of 236,481.

  • petroleum industry in canada

    the canadian petroleum industry developed in parallel with that of the united states. the first oil well in canada was dug by hand rather than drilled in 1858 by james miller williams near his asphalt plant at oil springs, a depth of 4.26 metres 14.0 ft he struck oil, one year before 'colonel' edwin drake drilled the first oil well in the united states.

  • saskatoon john g. diefenbaker international airport .

    saskatoon john g. diefenbaker international airport iata: yxe, icao: cyxe is an international airport located in saskatoon, saskatchewan, canada. the airport is served by passenger, courier and air freight operators. it is named for john diefenbaker, the 13th prime minister of canada.

  • saskatchewan

    in 2015, budweiser honoured saskatchewan for their abundance of hockey players by sculpting a 12-foot-tall hockey player monument in ice for saskatchewan's capital city of regina. the company then filmed this frozen monument for a national television commercial, thanking the province for creating so many goal scorers throughout hockey's history .

  • saskatchewan highway 11

    the first asphalt rubber project occurred july 2007 on saskatchewan highway 11. close to 8 kilometres 5.0 mi near davidson show the rubberized asphalt road surface on the right lane at a cost of $126,800. the next rubberized asphalt project in the summer of 2007, was 4 kilometres 2.5 mi through the town of chamberlain. the $1.4 million .

  • carl hancock rux

    carl hancock rux is an american poet, playwright, novelist, essayist, actor, director, singer/ songwriter. he is the author of several books including the village voice literary prize-winning 'pagan operetta,' the novel, asphalt, and the obie award-winning play, talk.rux is also a singer/songwriter with four cds to his credit, as well as a frequent collaborator in the fields of dance, theater .

  • the co-operators

    the two successor companies, regina-based co-operative insurance services and co-operators insurance associations of guelph, established closer ties and, in 1975, merged as ci management group, which adopted the brand name 'the co-operators.' in 1978, the company took its present name. the group of companies has grown steadily since then.

  • regina international airport

    regina international airport iata: yqr, icao: cyqr is an international airport located in regina, saskatchewan, canada, located 2 nautical miles 3.7 km; 2.3 mi south-west and 7 km 4.3 mi west south-west of the city centre. it is run by the regina airport was, in 2010, the second busiest nav canada airport in saskatchewan saskatoon john g. diefenbaker being the busiest .

  • ccrl refinery complex

    the expansion also created roughly 100 new full-time jobs at the refinery. today the co-op refinery complex produces 130,000 bbl/d and covers 800 acres of land in the north east corner of regina, saskatchewan .

  • the royal regina rifles

    the royal regina rifles is a primary reserve infantry regiment of the canadian army.prior to 1982 the regiment was known as the regina rifle regiment.the royal regina rifles are part of 3rd canadian division's 38 canadian brigade group.. the regiment was nicknamed 'the johns' during world war ii because of the high proportion of 'farmer johns' in its ranks.

  • st. andrews airport

    st. andrews airport or winnipeg/st. andrews airport, icao: cyav , is a general aviation facility located 10 nautical miles 19 km; 12 mi north northeast of winnipeg, in the rural municipality of st. andrews, manitoba, 2011 it was canada's 16th busiest airport by aircraft movements.. see also. list of airports in the winnipeg area; references

  • asphalt overdrive

    asphalt overdrive is a 2014 'endless runner' video game published by gameloft and developed by their madrid studio. it is a spinoff of the asphalt series and the eleventh title overall. after a showcase in june 2014 at the e3 event, it was released in september 24, 2014 for ios, android and windows phone, windows 8.1. the game is officially retired and no longer supported.

  • category:companies based in regina, saskatchewan

    pages in category 'companies based in regina, saskatchewan' the following 30 pages are in this category, out of 30 total. this list may not reflect recent changes .

  • imperial airways

    imperial airways was the early british commercial long-range airline, operating from 1924 to 1939 and principally serving the british empire routes to south africa, india and the far east, including australia, malaya and hong kong.the airplanes provided seats for about 20 passengers, typically businessman or colonial administrators. accidents were frequent: in the first six years, 32 people .