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Organized Crime in Canada (Plain-Language Summary)

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...Accessed 01 February 2023. , and Pierre De Champlain, , and William L. MacAdam, , and Andrew McIntosh.... .... - Dubro, James R. "Organized Crime in Canada (Plain-Language Summary)".... ...Such crimes include gambling; prostitution; pornography; drug trafficking; insurance and construction fraud; illegal bankruptcy; motor vehicle theft... ...The US Witness Protection Program also helped Mafia members co-operate with the police....

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...David Saint-Jacques, OC, OQ, astronaut, engineer, astrophysicist, medical doctor (born 6 January 1970, in Québec City, QC).... ...Search The Canadian Encyclopedia. - Boyko, John. "David Saint-Jacques".... ...He moved to Houston to begin his astronaut candidate training with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).... ...Saint-Jacques completed his medical degree at Université Lavalin Québec City in 2005....

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Women and the Fur Trade

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...An Algonquin man declared to Jesuit missionary Paul Le Jeune in 1639:... .... - Berthelette, Scott. "Women and the Fur Trade".... ...As historian Sylvia Van Kirk states: "in spite of its many complexities and complications, "the custom of the country" should be regarded as a bona... ...While the importance of having a home and wife may have been lost on the itinerant and celibate Jesuit priest, for many First Nations this quote...

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King-Byng Affair (Plain-Language Summary)

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...Accessed 30 January 2023. , and Jon Tattrie, , and Andrew McIntosh. "King-Byng Affair (Plain-Language Summary)." The Canadian Encyclopedia.... .... - Forsey, Eugene A. "King-Byng Affair (Plain-Language Summary)".... ...It began when Prime Minister William Lyon Mackenzie King asked Governor General Lord Julian Byng to dissolve Parliament and call a new election.... ...Progressive, Labour and Independent candidates combined for 28 seats. William Lyon Mackenzie King was the Liberal leader....

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