- Canada : The world's second-largest country by total area, occupying most of northern North America; officially a bilingual nation, in English and French (population approx. 27 million).
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- Ontario : A province in eastern Canada, the second largest in area and with approximately 12,000,000 people (2006 census) the most populous.
- CN Tower : A 553.33 metre (1,815 ft., 5 inch) broadcast and telecommunications tower in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
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- National Post : A Toronto-based Canadian newspaper
- University of Toronto : Institution of higher education based in Toronto, established by Royal Charter in 1827 with 70,143 students (62,097 full-time), 11,807 faculty and staff and 422,000 alumni.
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- Etobicoke-Lakeshore : Part of the Toronto metropolitan area, and the riding of Liberal Party (Canada) leader Michael Ignatieff
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- Albert Kotin : (1907-1980) An early member of the New York School of Abstract Expressionist Artists. New York School Abstract Expressionism— represented by Jackson Pollock, Willem De Kooning, Franz Kline, and others— became the leading art movement of the postwar area.
- Canadian Football League : A major, professional Canadian sports league founded in 1958 whose rules are roughly similar to, but differ in some respects from (American) football rules.
- Daniel David Palmer : The founder of chiropractic, who famously said, "I have received chiropractic from the other world, similar as did Mrs. Eddy [with Christian Science healing]."
- Deep lake water cooling : A technique for harnessing the cool water reservoir at the bottom of deep lakes.
- French in Canada : The linguistic heritage resulting from French colonization of parts of Canada.
- Grand Trunk Railway : A Canadian railway system based primarily in Ontario and Quebec, with operations over much of Canada and neighboring parts of the United States, that subsequently became the basis for Canadian National Railways.
- History of television technology : Chronology of the development and history of television.
- : (born November 15, 1956 in Toronto) A Television journalist and former veejay.
- Lake Express : A fast ferry on Lake Michigan.
- Lake Ontario : One of the North American Great Lakes.
- Laura Bertram : Canadian actress best known for her TV roles in Ready or Not (1993-1997) and Andromeda (2000-2005).
- Portuguese language : An Iberian Romance language, of the Indo-European family.
- Ramble On : 1969 rock song recorded by Led Zeppelin for their 1969 album Led Zeppelin II.
- Rochester, New York : A city in New York State on Lake Ontario.
- Russian language : Widely-used member of the Slavic languages, written in the Cyrillic alphabet and spoken across Eurasia.
- Social Credit : A populist political movement strongest in Alberta and British Columbia, 1930s-1970s, and was based on the economic theories of British engineer Major C. H. Douglas.
- The Rolling Stones : Famous and influential English blues rock group formed in 1962, known for their albums Let It Bleed and Sticky Fingers, and songs '(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction' and 'Start Me Up'.
- U.S. intelligence and global health : Analysis by the United States intelligence community, in conjunction with more general health organizations, relating to issues of human survival from health-related issues
- Vancouver : City in Canada located on the Pacific coast, in the province of British Columbia; Population 611,869.