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1. Side-saddle
2. A Bridge Too Far
3. A fool & his money are soon parted
4. Diamond in the rough
5. Ohio
6. (An) hour and a half
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CSA Key Members
CSA would like to thank all of their Key Members for their contribution in helping us
grow. CSA Key Members are members who have signed up at least five newmembers.
Ray Borlee and Bernadine
Newberry
Emily Gagnon and Henri
Montpetit
Florence and John Boisvert
Paul and Helen Swanson
Lucie and Nicol Thibodeau
Robert and Barbara Kramer
John and Reina Rozema
David and Betty Telfer
Murray and Marilyn Gardiner
Joan and Lyn Bannister
Kenneth and Margaret Felker
Leroy and Gayleen
Lang
Yvon and Donalda Menard
Vern Carswell and Barbara Smith
Lorne and Patricia Nadiger
Lynn and Bill Lewis
Border guard facts
The Canada Border
Services Agency (CBSA)
operates at some 1,200
service points across
Canada and within
42 countries (about
60 CBSA offices are
located abroad). It
employs approximately
13,000 public servants,
including more than
7,200 uniformed border
services officers who
process 13.5 million
commercial shipments
and more than 96 million
travellers each year.
The posted mission of
the CBSA is to ensure the
security and prosperity
of Canada by managing
the access of people
and goods to and from
Canada.
Source: News Canada
The safest method
of travel is even safer
Canada has one of the safest air
transportation systems in the world.
During the last decade, the rate of
air transportation accidents has
continuously declined, from nearly eight
accidents per 100,000 hours flown in
2000 to fewer than six in 2011.
In 2011, air transportation carried 78.4
million passengers (up 2.5% from 2010).
Source: Transport Canada
Peter Appleyard honoured
Canadian jazz legend and Snowbird
Extravaganza favourite, Peter Appleyard
has been honoured as a recipient of
the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee
Medal.
A healthy lawn is a cool place!
A healthy lawn produces a cooling effect similar to
providing air conditioning for two average-sized homes.
What are you doing
on that computer
all day?
Most popular products or
services ordered online
(based on percentage of population)
Travel arrangements,
i.e. rental cars, hotel reservations
Entertainment products, i.e.
concert or theatre tickets
Books, magazines and online
newspapers
Clothing, jewelry and
accessories
Most popular type of
Internet activity
(based on percentage of population)
E-mail
General browsing
(surfing)
Obtaining weather reports or
road conditions
Researching other matters, i.e.
family tree, parenting
Searching for medical or
health-related information
Viewing the news or
sports
Paying bills/electronic
banking
Source: Statistics Canada
48.8%
39.7%
35.4%
32.8%
93.0%
77.7%
74.6%
72.7%
69.9%
67.7%
66.7%
Source: News Canada