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VARIETY VILLAGE (Toronto) Trend toward hiring professionals to help raise money has been eliminated or reduced. At Variety Village party two dancers (second from left and far right) were interspersed with celebrity volunteers Micki Moore (far left), Maureen Forrester and socialite Valerie Fine.
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VAN HALEN (group)
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OTHER ART SUPPLIES In same building as Three Schools
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TORONTO city Fire Dept. Fireman help colleagues from one of three apartment buildings on Queen St. E. Which caught fire last night.
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QUEBEC PROVINCE HYDRO JAMES BAY HYDRO PROJECT LG2 SPILLWAY Added caption: DECEMBER 20, 1993 -- JAMES BAY HYDROELECTRIC PROJECT -- Frozen tiered spillway and dam at LG-2 (now known as the Robert-Bourassa) James Bay Hydro Complex, James Bay, Quebec. The James Bay Project, a monumental hydroelectric-power development on the east coast of James Bay, which was initiated in 1971 by Hydro-Quebec and the Quebec government. In 2 phases a total of 8 generating stations were constructed to produce more than half of Quebec's hydroelectric power. Phase I of the project cost $13.7 billion and entailed massive diversions of water from the Eastmain, Opinaca and Caniapiscau rivers to dammed reservoirs on Le Grande River. A tiered spillway, 3 times the height of Niagara Falls, was blasted from the bedrock, and La Grande-2 (LG-2), now known as the Robert-Bourassa, which was completed in 1982 and has the world's largest underground po ...
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