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firehall

(ˈfaɪəˌhɔːl)
n
(Building) US and Canadian a fire station
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The 2017 exhibition sites are the Firehall Theatre, Gananoque, Ontario (October 2017); the Peel Art Gallery, Brampton, Ontario (November 4, 2017 -January 8, 2018); and the Artport Gallery, Harbourfront Centre, Toronto, Ontario (February 2-April 22, 2018).
Founded in 1975, Caltronics Communications Ltd is an industry leader in the wireless communications sector offering sales, rentals, leading, installation and maintenance of wireless systems including cellular, two-way radios, GPD tracking/ GPS fleet management and firehall alerting systems.
Even after a sold-out run of Mom, Dad, I'm Living with a White Girl in Toronto by Cahoots Theatre Projects, and a successful run in Vancouver at Firehall Arts Centre, he remembers one producer remarking that "the play only worked in those cities because they had a large Asian population" (Chan 114).
Story time moved to the firehall for the littlest kids.
The county was at various times considering property in its business park, beside the Paris firehall, in the north end of Paris, and at the north end of Oak Park Road.
Firehall Arts Centre makes a regular habit of producing Native plays, which is logical since they pride themselves as being Vancouver's multicultural theatre and their mandate is to 'reflect the cultural pluralism of Canada.
The standout of the whole show was the Firehall Arts Centres well-worn upright piano, played with remarkable dexterity and verve by Music Director Kathleen Lohrenz Gable.
I turn to archive documents held at Alumnae Theatre's current firehall location and at the University of Toronto, with special emphasis on newspaper previews, reviews, and editorials of the day, to examine the WDC's training, reception and steadfast positioning as a women-only group, one that repeatedly countered pressure from campus editorialists urging it to include male students at the height of its popularity.
A total of $919,147 is being provided to pay for an aircraft rescue and firefighting vehicle, ancillary equipment and exhaust system for the firehall.
Fudgie also featured on Canadian firefighters' website firehall.
He lands, and his hand as it follows through is loose and free, the ball the radiant circle he's envisioned from the moment he looked out his trailer window, small sphere in orbit to the sun that is his follow through, a new world risen with its own glow here among the other worlds, the playground, the schoolhouse, the Sheriffs station, the firehall.
The Standard was formally unveiled at a press conference in Vancouver this morning by CaGBC President and CEO Thomas Mueller and Doug Smith, Director of Sustainability for the City of Vancouver, at the future site of Firehall 17 a CaGBC pilot project consisting of a 22,600 sq.