! . The current Director of Education is Dr John Malloy who is serving on an interim basis during an 18-month period since January 4 2016 replacing Donna Quan Malloy is also currently serving as an Assistant Deputy Minister and Chief Student Achievement Officer with the Ontario Ministry of Education Before returning to Toronto Malloy served as director for the Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board and before that as a Superintendent of Education with the York Region District School Board and the Durham Catholic District School Board (formerly the Durham Region Roman Catholic Separate School Board) as well as teacher and school administrator for the Metropolitan Separate School Board (most notably Cardinal Carter and Cardinal Newman) Former directors. . General budget support 77.6 142.7 263.1 223.7 273.9 981.1 2 Stadium, 2007 20,134 Main article: Huron Tract, 30 Canada Michael Hutchinson G R 29 2018 Barrie Ontario Current staff Jewish Toronto Ontario Canada Business directory. See also: Climate of Ontario Toronto Catholic District School Board (TCDSB) English first language school board The Royal Alexandra Theatre was completed in 1909 and is an example of Beaux-Arts style of architecture common for theatres in early 20th century British Empire The city hosts a number of music theatres and venues most notably Roy Thomson Hall Designed by Canadian architects Arthur Erickson and Mathers and Haldenby the 2630-seat Roy Thomson Hall opened in 1982 as the primary home of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra the previous home of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra Massey Hall is the oldest musical theatre venue in Toronto and remains in operation today in June 2006 the Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts opened as the new home of the Canadian Opera Company and the National Ballet of Canada Designed by Diamond + Schmitt the 2,000 seat opera house has a European-style tiered horseshoe-shaped auditorium It is the first structure in Canada specifically designed to house both opera and ballet with customized acoustics. Other musical theatres in Toronto include the Danforth Music Hall the Opera House and the Molson Canadian Amphitheatre The city also holds a number of live performance theatres including the Royal Alexandra Theatre the oldest live performance theatre in North America the Royal Alexandra's design was inspired by turn-of-the-century beaux-arts architectural styles typical of British theatres Other notable live performance venues include Elgin and Winter Garden Theatres Ed Mirvish Theatre Bathurst Street Theatre CAA Theatre Princess of Wales Theatre and the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts Sports venues. . .
The Saint Lawrence Seaway which extends across most of the southern portion of the province and connects to the Atlantic Ocean is the primary water transportation route for cargo particularly iron ore and grain in the past the Great Lakes and St Lawrence River were also a major passenger transportation route but over the past half century passenger travel has been reduced to ferry services and sightseeing cruises Railways, Alumni See also: Constitutional history of Canada Etymology Main articles: Roman Catholicism in Canada and Alexander Macdonell (bishop). KW Titans Basketball NBLC Kitchener Kitchener Memorial Auditorium 3 Specialty. 2.5 Ferry system 9 Switzerland Geneva Switzerland Hotel des Bergues 5 Institutional architecture, The Family Compact is the epithet applied to an oligarchic group of men who exercised most of the political and judicial power in Upper Canada from the 1810s to the 1840s it was noted for its conservatism and opposition to democracy the uniting factors amongst the Compact were its loyalist tradition hierarchical class structure and adherence to the established Anglican Church Leaders such as John Beverley Robinson and John Strachan proclaimed it an ideal government especially as contrasted with the rowdy democracy in the nearby United States the Family Compact emerged from the War of 1812 and collapsed in the aftermath of the Rebellions of 1837 vte.