. Toronto Ontario Canada Business directory The New Brunswick Legislative Building serves as meeting place for the provincial legislative assembly Under Canadian federalism power is divided between federal and provincial governments Among areas under federal jurisdiction are citizenship foreign affairs national defence fisheries criminal law Indian policies and many others Provincial jurisdiction covers public lands health education and local government among other things Jurisdiction is shared for immigration pensions agriculture and welfare The parliamentary system of government is modelled on the British Westminster system Forty-nine representatives nearly always members of political parties are elected to the Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick the head of government is the Premier of New Brunswick normally the leader of the party or coalition with the most seats in the legislative assembly Governance is handled by the executive council (cabinet) with about 32 ministries. Ceremonial duties of the Monarchy in New Brunswick are mostly carried out by the Lieutenant Governor of New Brunswick Under amendments to the province's Legislative Assembly Act in 2007 a provincial election is held every four years the two largest political parties are the New Brunswick Liberal Association and the Progressive Conservative Party of New Brunswick Since the 2018 election minor parties are the Green Party of New Brunswick and the People's Alliance of New Brunswick Judiciary! 4 Midfielder Michael Bradley (DP) United States.
. Completed in 1927 Princes' Gates is a neoclassical triumphal arch The most prominent landmark in Toronto and its best known symbol is the CN Tower it was the world's tallest free-standing structure for 31 years from its completion in 1975 until Burj Khalifa in Dubai United Arab Emirates surpassed it in 2007; it remains the tallest free-standing tower in the Western Hemisphere the CN Tower is used as an observation tower as well as a communications tower Another landmark structure is Casa Loma Constructed by E J Lennox during the early 1910s it is a Gothic revival-style castle located on Walmer and Davenport roads it was originally the residence of Sir Henry Pellatt a Canadian financier and soldier the city later took over the castle when Pellatt could no longer afford to keep it the building presently operates as a museum The Princes' Gates is a neoclassical style triumphal arch monumental gateway at Exhibition Place it was built to commemorate the 60th anniversary of Canadian Confederation and was to be named the Diamond Jubilee of Confederation Gates the structure's name was changed when it was learned that Edward Prince of Wales and Prince George were travelling to Toronto the princes cut the ribbon on the structure on August 30 1927 Prince's Gate was designed local architectural firm Chapman and Oxley The Rouge River and its valley at Rouge National Urban Park the Rouge Valley is one of many hills and valleys in the area that was carved out during the last glacial period Main article: Toronto ravine system, Total population (2016) 9,245,438 100% Brock Green tick The Ted Rogers School of Management (TRSM) is a business school accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). Located on Bay Street near Toronto's financial district the TRSM offers various programs in a variety of business disciplines the school houses Canada's largest undergraduate management program along with several graduate programs the school's undergraduate Bachelor of Commerce (BComm) programs are grouped into:. . .