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Health and well-being Find information or apply for programs to help you receive medical coverage, get rehabilitation services, remain independent in your home, or access long term care. The Ties that Bind. The route for the western section of the transcontinental railroad ran eastward from Port Moody on the coast of British Columbia to Savona's Ferry on Kamloops Lake, in the interior of B.C.
It followed the Fraser and Thompson rivers, through canyons, into and out of mountains and across the rivers' many tributaries. The Fraser River, in particular, was the project's vital gateway to the materials and people needed for the railroad's construction. The route continued east to Craigellachie, B.C. where it joined up with the newly built central section of the railroad.
The central section originated in Ontario and followed a route westward that paralleled the Canada - U.S. border. Initially, a more northerly route across the Prairies was proposed, but this route was rejected in favour of the southerly route that took the railway through the newly discovered Roger's Pass even though this route was more difficult and dangerous to navigate.
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First among equals : The prime minister in Canadian life and politics. Introduction The status of the prime minister has been described as primus inter pares: Latin for "first among equals.
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This site is about the history of Canada through the words of the men and women who shaped the nation. Built around the Government Documents collection of the Early Canadiana Online collection, it integrates narrative text with links to primary source texts. This site is has been designed for students and teachers of Canadian studies, history and law, but will also be useful to researchers and anyone else interested in Canada's past. It includes: Thematic narratives including: Canada's Constitutional History Aboriginals: Treaties and Relations Pioneers and Immigrants Thematic narratives covering Canada's constitutional history Expanded texts on key events and issues Links to over 300 digitized documents to illustrate key points Summaries of over 250 key historical documents More than 175 historical images and maps 25 lesson plans and ideas for educators Links to reliable sources of historical information on the Internet.
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