! Hindu Georgina Green tick Green tick ISNA Islamic School, 6.2 TFC Academy 2.1 Universities Church St School (1872) The UNDP was founded on 22 November 1965 with the merging of the Expanded Programme of Technical Assistance (EPTA) and the Special Fund the rationale was to "avoid duplication of [their] activities" the EPTA was set up in 1949 to help the economic and political aspects of underdeveloped countries while the Special Fund was to enlarge the scope of UN technical assistance the Special Fund arose from the idea of a Special United Nations Fund for Economic Development (SUNFED) (which was initially called the United Nations Fund for Economic Development (UNFED) Countries such as the Nordic countries were proponents of such a United Nations (UN) controlled fund However the fund was opposed by developed countries especially by the United States who was wary of the Third World dominating such a funding and preferred it to be under the auspices of the World Bank the concept of SUNFED was dropped to form the Special Fund This Special Fund was a compromise over the SUNFED concept it did not provide investment capital but only helped to bring pre-conditions for private investment With the US proposing and creating the International Development Association within the World Bank's umbrella the EPTA and the Special Fund appeared to be conducting similar work in 1962 the United Nations Economic and Social Council asked the Secretary General to consider the merits and disadvantages of merging UN technical assistance programs and in 1966 the EPTA and the Special Fund merged to form the UNDP Budget. . . .
7.1.3 Desjardins Canal George Anthony Barber the board's first Local Superintendent and the father of Canadian cricket Rev James Porter the board's second Local Superintendent He worked to increase attendance at Toronto's public schools and reported to Egerton Ryerson on the construction of a new school for the board Elizabeth St School Jesse Ketchum a supporter of schooling responsible for many donations to the board and after whom the current Toronto District School Board school Jesse Ketchum Public School is named James L Hughes principal of the Toronto Normal School's Model School and Chief Inspector for the Toronto Public School Board Characteristics of Schooling in the Toronto Public School Board; Trenton I saw little recognition among experienced trustees that they might be responsible for at least some of the 'climate of fear'...nor did I see any recognition among very senior staff that they too had a part in creating that climate Wilson stated that many employees believed their phones and computers were being monitored Wilson submitted ten recommendations to Liz Sandals the Minister of Education. Sandals commented about the report: "The culture of fear which may have started at the upper levels of the board is getting dangerously close to the classroom...we have to stop that.". ! Individual awards Federally the Conservatives Liberals and the New Democrats (NDP) all hold several electoral districts in the GTA the City of Toronto has often been supportive of the Liberal Party Traditionally Liberal support is strongest in Downtown Toronto while Conservative support is stronger in the surrounding communities outside Toronto the NDP also has a strong base within the GTA the Greater Toronto Area has the ability to influence election results and determine the governing party in Canada due in part to its large population and riding count From 1993 to 2011 a centre-right party failed to win a single seat in the former Metro Toronto in the 2011 election however a surge in NDP support combined with a collapse in Liberal support allowed the Conservatives to win eight seats in Toronto itself and another 24 in the suburbs Toronto's political leanings now appeared to mirror those of surrounding communities that leaned toward the Conservatives The election of 2011 showed Liberal support based on votes in the GTA had collapsed from 43.7% to 30.6% giving the Liberals only 14.9% of the local seats in the House of Commons However the support of the Conservatives and NDP increased accordingly with the Conservatives increasing their vote share from 31.5% to 42.2% (and capturing 68.1% of the GTA seats) and the NDP increasing from 14.6% to 23.2% of the vote and 17% of the local Federal ridings In the 2015 federal election the Liberals regained their dominance of the GTA after suffering devastating losses there four years earlier They defeated a number of prominent incumbents from both the NDP and the Conservatives the Liberals took all of Toronto itself They also took back almost all of the suburban ridings they had lost in 2011 Both the NDP and the Conservatives suffered heavily as their support collapsed in the inner city and the suburbs respectively Only a few Conservatives held onto their seats in the outer ring of the GTA while the NDP failed to elect any MPs in this area Federal Elections in the GTA 2000 2004 2006 2008 2011 2015, Other topics Player Season Male 46.1% 49.5% 5.3 Head coaches After a number of financially difficult seasons the St Patricks' ownership group seriously considered selling the team to C C Pyle for C$200,000 (equivalent to $2,932,000 in 2018) Pyle sought to move the team to Philadelphia. However Toronto Varsity Blues coach Conn Smythe put together a group of his own and made a $160,000 (equivalent to $2,345,000 in 2018) offer With the support of Bickell a St Pats shareholder Smythe persuaded Querrie to accept their bid arguing that civic pride was more important than money After taking control on February 14 1927 Smythe immediately renamed the team the Maple Leafs after the national symbol of Canada. He attributed his choice of a maple leaf for the logo to his experiences as a Canadian Army officer and prisoner of war during World War I Viewing the maple leaf as a "badge of courage" and a reminder of home Smythe decided to give the same name to his hockey team in honour of the many Canadian soldiers who wore it. However the team was not the first to use the name a Toronto minor-league baseball team had used the name "Maple Leafs" since 1895 Initial reports were that the team's colours were to be red and white, but the Leafs wore white sweaters with a green maple leaf for their first game on February 17 1927 on September 27 1927 it was announced that the Leafs had changed their colour scheme to blue and white. Although Smythe later stated he chose blue because it represents the Canadian skies and white to represent snow these colours were also used on his gravel and sand business' trucks the colour blue was also a colour historically associated with the City of Toronto the use of blue by top-level Toronto-based sports clubs began with the Argonaut Rowing Club in the 19th century later adopted by their football team the Toronto Argonauts in 1873 Opening of Maple Leaf Gardens (1930s). !