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         Ontario Culture:     more books (100)
  1. Culture and Social Behavior (The Ontario Symposium, Vol. 10) (Ontario Symposia on Personality and Social Psychology Series)
  2. Two Worlds: The Protestant Culture of Nineteenth-Century Ontario (Mcgill-Queens Studies in the History of Religion) by William Westfall, 1989-05
  3. Don Owen: Notes on a Filmmaker and His Culture (Cinematheque Ontario Monographs) by Steve Gravestock, 2005-10-11
  4. Ethnicity in the Mainstream: Three Studies of English Canadian Culture in Ontario (Mcgill-Queen's Studies in Ethnic History) by Pauline Greenhill, 1994-05
  5. Nut culture in Ontario (Publication)
  6. Come, bright Improvement!: The Literary Societies of Nineteenth-Century Ontario (Studies in Book and Print Culture) by Heather Murray, 2002-06-15
  7. It's a Working Man's Town: Male Working-Class Culture in Northwestern Ontario by Thomas W. Dunk, 1991-11
  8. Collections and Objections: Aboriginal Material Culture in Southern Ontario 1791-1914 (Mcgill-Queen's Native and Northern Series) by Michelle Hamilton, 2010-09-22
  9. No Burden to Carry: Narratives of BlackWorking Women in Ontario 1920's to 1950's by Dionne Brand, Immigrant Women's Job Placement, et all 1991
  10. A Diversity of Women: Women in Ontario since 1945
  11. Crosswords: Language, Education and Ethnicity in French Ontario (Mouton Select) by Monica Heller, 2002-11-01
  12. Wild Things: Nature, Culture, and Tourism in Ontario, 1790-1914 by Patricia Jasen, 1995-07-17
  13. Culture of Ontario: Black Donnellys, Live 8 Concert, Barrie, Permanent North American Gaeltacht, a Place to Stand, a Place to Grow
  14. The Archaeology of North Central Ontario: Prehistoric Cultures North of Superior by William A. Ross, David W. Arthurs, 1979

1. Ontario Culture History And Archaeology
Ontario Culture History and Archaeology Culture history, archaeological sites, and other information related to the past of the Canadian province of Ontario.
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    Culture history, archaeological sites, and other information related to the past of the Canadian province of Ontario.
    Dundurn Castle
    Early 19th century residence of Allen MacNab; excavations by McMaster University.
    Ontario Archaeological Society
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    Paleoindian Sites in Southwestern Ontario
    Descriptions and photographs of eleven paleoindian sites excavated by Chris Ellis of the University of Western Ontario.
    Save Ontario Shipwrecks
    S.O.S. is a Provincial Heritage Organization in Ontario dedicated to the study, preservation and promotion of an appreciation of Ontario's marine heritage.
    The Thornton and Lucie Blackburn House Site
    The only fugitive slave home ever excavated in the Province of Ontario; from Historic Homes in Lost River. Free Archaeology Newsletter!

    2. "Ontario Culture" At - Canadian Search Engine
    Canadian Search Engine, Canadian Online Resources, Local Canadian Searches, Canadian News, Best of Canada on the web, Canadian Weather, Canada Entertainment News, Canadian Culture

    3. Ontario Immigration - People & Culture
    Francophone communities in Ontario. CULTURE. Culture is a key industry in Ontario. We have worldclass ballet and opera companies, and theatre that rivals London and New York.

    4. Ontario Cultural Society Of The Deaf
    Provides services to enhance the independence of deaf and hard of hearing people in both language and culture. Also offers informational resources, videos, and books for sale.
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    Mission Statement Ontario Cultural Society of the Deaf is a registered charitable organization, consisting of membership open to interested Deaf and Hearing individuals.
    The Society is currently making changes to develop its capability to cultivate better cross-cultural understanding. To accomplish this challenging need, it has set up a trust fund.
    This trust fund will make possible cultural-bridging activities in advancement of the Society's goals such as:
    • information and instruction on Deaf Culture strong family ties for parents and their deaf child traditional school of the deaf and its educational activities strengthening the Deaf community and its culture supporting development of Deaf cultural arts assistance to the Deaf in developing countries
    The Society will endeavour to preserve deaf culture and heritage , to make understood how they work for a deaf child or adult as a member of society, to enrich the culture and heritage, and to celebrate them.

    5. Ministry Of Culture Home Page
    The Ministry of Culture encourages the arts and cultural industries, protects Ontario's heritage and advances the public library system. MORE
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    About the Ministry
    The Ministry of Culture encourages the arts and cultural industries, protects Ontario's heritage and advances the public library system. MORE
    • Cultural Strategic Investment Fund Creative Communities Prosperity Fund International Culture Initiatives Museums and Technology Fund
    The arts are an integral part of our everyday lives, an essential and inseparable component of culture. MORE
    Cultural Industries
    Ontario's cultural industries play a vital role in the economy. MORE
    Our heritage tells us who we are, where we have come from and what we have accomplished. MORE
    In Ontario, public libraries are created by municipal by-laws and governed by public library boards. MORE
    Culture in communities
    Municipal cultural planning supports local economic development. MORE
    Year End Investments
    Nominations for the are now open! All Ontarians are invited to nominate an outstanding artist or arts organization by December 1, 2010
    Minister Chan attends the Canadian Film Centre's annual barbecue
    The Honourable Michael Chan, Minister of Tourism and Culture, attended the Canadian Film Centre's annual barbecue, held at the CFC campus on the grounds of Windfields Estate in north Toronto.

    6. Quebec, Ontario Culture Ministers Blast Tory Arts Cuts - IFACCA, The Internation
    Quebec, Ontario culture ministers blast Tory arts cuts. CBC, 22 August 2008, Canada The culture ministers of Quebec and Ontario have
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      Quebec, Ontario culture ministers blast Tory arts cuts
      CBC, 22 August 2008, Canada The culture ministers of Quebec and Ontario have written an open letter to the federal government questioning its decision to cut arts and culture programs. Show latest news more from August 2008
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    7. Ontario - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    Ontario / ɒ n ˈ t ɛər i. oʊ / is a Province of Canada located in the eastcentral part of Canada the largest by population and second largest, after Quebec, in total area, Nunavut and the
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search This article is about the Canadian province. For other uses, see Ontario (disambiguation) Ontario
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    ("Loyal she began, thus she remains") Capital Toronto Largest city Toronto Largest metro Greater Toronto Area Official languages English ... Demonym Ontarian Government Lieutenant Governor David Onley Premier Dalton McGuinty ... Liberal Federal representation in Canadian Parliament House seats Senate seats Confederation July 1, 1867 (1st, with QC NS NB Area ... Ranked 4th Total Land Water (%) Population Ranked 1st Total (2010) Density GDP Ranked 1st Total (2008) Per capita C$43,847 ( Abbreviations Postal ON ISO 3166-2 CA-ON Time zone UTC Postal code prefix K ... P Flower White Trillium Tree Eastern White Pine Bird Great Northern Loon Website Rankings include all provinces and territories Ontario n t ɛər i ... is a Province of Canada located in the east-central part of Canada It is the largest Province by population and second largest in total area. It is home to Canada`s most populous city Toronto , the capital city of Ontario , and Ottawa , the national capital of Canada.

    8. Show Me Ontario .com : Ontario, Culture > Museums
    Ontario, Culture , Museums. Unlimited adventure awaits you in Ontario. From Outdoor adventures to urban escapes, Ontario offers all season travel, daytrip and vacation ideas.

    9. Ontario Culture...
    an oxymoron? Paulineee (, March 11, 2001 Answers In reference to Quebec's new culture minister, Diane Lemieux, and her comments about Ontario having no

    10. London Society Culture
    Looking for stores and services in London? Our London business directory puts everything from London restaurants to radiators right at your fingertips. & Culture&categoryI

    11. Ontario Culture: Fine Art, Craft Studios, Live Performances & History Museums
    If you enjoy the arts, you’ll LOVE exploring Ontario culture. My best tips for culturevultures!
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    If you enjoy the arts, youll LOVE exploring Ontario culture. Ontario is home to many wonderful craftspeople, artists, musicians, actors and dancers. What a treat to witness their work first-hand. You could even plan your whole vacation around cultural activities - I usually do! I live in Ontario and Im always on the prowl for great artsy experiences close to home. Here are some of my best tips for culture-vultures! MUSEUMS AND ART GALLERIES Looking for Canadian art? The best way to see works by major Canadian artists like Norval Morrisseau, Kenojuak Ashevak, the Group of Seven, Tom Thomson, and Emily Carr is to head to one of the major art galleries such as: National Gallery of Canada
    Art Gallery of Ontario

    Royal Ontario Museum

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    Art Gallery of Hamilton

    Canadian Museum of Civilization If you cant make it to one of these, check smaller local galleries. Many have excellent, if smaller, collections of Canadian art. For the work of contemporary Canadian artists, visit this gallery in Toronto: Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art (MOCCA) The Art Gallery of Ontario and the Art Gallery of Hamilton often feature temporary exhibits showcasing one contemporary artist, so check their web sites for details about their shows as well. The Power Plant in Toronto is another great spot for new art.

    12. Ontario Archaeology Volunteers Wanted
    Summer 2010 Summer Employment Archaeological Field Schools. Ontario Field School Opportunities 2010. Trent University Ontario Field School. The field school will focus on non
    Ontario Field School Opportunities 2010 Trent University - Ontario Field School The field school will focus on non-invasive archaeological data collection and analysis. We will be working mainly in the vicinity of Trent University, concentrating on the documentation and reconstruction of 19th century settlement patterns. The program runs between 18 May and 26 June. Contact:
    Student Rating: ****/5 McMaster University - Ontario Field School The field school offered by the Department of Anthropology will be located in the Hamilton area this summer, at the Nursery Site (click on the photo on the right to learn more about the site). Excavations in previous years have investigated Princess Point components of Cootes Paradise. Contact:
    Student Rating: **/5 Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) - Boyd Archaeological Field School Over a three week period, students develop and master interdisciplinary knowledge and skills through the exploration of Aboriginal and Euro-Canadian histories. The course includes lectures and hands-on work at an archaeological site under the instruction of certified teachers and archaeologists. This field school is operated in partnership with the York Region Board of Education and students will earn a Grade 12 Interdisciplinary Studies Credit. Contact: or

    Discover the many facets of Ontario culture. Experience Aboriginal culture through powwows and Aboriginal art. Come celebrate our diversity through multicultural, ethnic and arts
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    14. Canadian Immigration Information - Ontario
    Ontario Culture With communities that have come from all over the world to settle in Ontario, the province benefits from some of the greatest cultural diversity in the world.

    15. Category:Culture Of Ontario - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    Subcategories. This category has the following 17 subcategories, out of 17 total. * +
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    16. Statistics Canada: Canada's National Statistical Agency / Statistique Canada : O
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    17. People And Culture - Culture -
    Welcome to the Government of Ontario's About Ontario, designed to give visitors and residents basic facts about the province.

    18. Work In Culture
    Cultural Careers Council Ontario presents WorkInCulture Canada's leading resource for careers in art and culture.

    19. People And Culture - Language, Heritage And Religion -
    Welcome to the Government of Ontario's About Ontario, designed to give visitors and residents basic facts about the province.

    20. Ontario Culture Minister Announces Funding For Databases

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