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  • Leasing is a process by which a firm can obtain the use of a certain fixed assets for which it must pay a series of contractual, periodic, tax deductible payments. The lessee is the receiver of the services or the assets under the lease contract and the lessor is the owner of the assets.

  • Obtaining equipment to be used for a business purpose on a rental basis, either from a financial institution or a leasing company that owns the equipment. Items that are regularly leased include vehicles, aircraft, railroad cars, computer systems, medical equipment, and store fixtures.

  • (EQUIPMENT LEASING) Leases allowing companies to purchase new equipment.

  • A country in northern North America, the second largest country in the world; pop. 32,507,900; capital, Ottawa; official languages, English and French

  • The CANADA! Party was an official political party in the province of Quebec from 1994 to 1998. It was founded on Canada Day 1994 by federalist Tony Kondaks, former top-aide to Equality Party leader Robert Libman Its name was initially called the Canada Party of Quebec/Parti Canada du Quebec but

  • #"Canada" (Barb Jungr, Michael Parker) – 3:37 #"Nothing Through the Letterbox Today" (Jungr, Parker) – 2:43 #"One Step Away from My Heart" (Jungr, Parker) – 4:09 #"Nights in a Suitcase" (Jungr, Parker) – 4:04 #"21 Years" (Jungr, Parker) – 3:37 #"The Chosen One" (Jungr, Parker) – 3:48 #"Walking

  • a nation in northern North America; the French were the first Europeans to settle in mainland Canada; "the border between the United States and Canada is the longest unguarded border in the world"

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Genuine Dell motherboard CG815 for the Dell Optiplex GX280 Small Form Factor (SFF). Features: Socket LGA775; 6 - USB ports in back; 2 - USB ports in front; 1 - Integrated Sound ; 1 - PCI-Express x 16 video slot and onboard video; 1 - Integrated 10/100 Lan ; 1 - UDMA 33, ATA-66/100/133 IDE connector; 1 - Floppy Connector ; 1 - PCI-express 16 Slot; 1 - PCI Slot; 2 - DDR2 DIMM slots - up to 4GB memory; 1 - Serial/1 Parallel Port ; 1 - SATA connection; Compatible part numbers: Y6281, WC765, H8164, XF950, H8367, H5354, FG113, C6206, DG403, D4553, H8164, FG112. ***PLEASE VERIFY the size of your case and your part number against the part number(s) provided in the description/condition before purchasing this motherboard*** ***There are four general form-factors:*** *Small Mini-Tower (SMT) - Dell's Small Mini-Tower is Dell's largest model of consumer PC. It's large, blocky, and designed to stand up-right. The Small Mini-Tower, or just Tower, definition will cover everything from the large Optiplex and Dimensions to the very large XPS gaming systems. *Desktop (DT) - The Desktop form-factor, sometimes referred to as a Small or Slim Desktop, is Dell's middle-of-the road size. It's small enough to fit on top of your desk, but with more space to expand than the Small Form-Factor system. *Small Form-Factor (SFF) - Small Form-Factor systems are typically Dell's smallest consumer PC. These computers use a laptop sized optical drive but, unlike the Ultra-Small Form-Factor, do include an internal power supply. *Ultra-Small Form-Factor (USFF) - Dell's Ultra-Small Form-Factor systems are as small as they get. These computers, like the Small Form-Factor, use a laptop sized optical drive, but are so small they require an external power supply.

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RECOGNITION eludes Toronto-Area CASM artist…but Donald Trump knows what to do!

RECOGNITION eludes Toronto-Area CASM artist…but Donald Trump knows what to do!


THIS UNKNOWN ILLUSTRATOR should be famous. Look at the detail in that Canadair Sabre.

This is AMAZING work! His illustrations can be found at the CANADIAN AIR & SPACE MUSEUM located at 65 Carl Hall Road in Downsview, Toronto. The museum is located across from Bombardier Aerospace Toronto.

55 YEARS AGO this Canadian-made (under license) Sabre was beating up Toronto skies under the Toronto based RCAF 400 SQN banner, taking to the skies, from right there, in Downsview.

No more.

The LIBERAL PARTY of Canada has been gutting the Canadian military since the hippie-dippy sixties. Soon Canada will be reduced to defending Canadian soil with kites and canoes; you know like we did back in the 1700s!

For the longest time, the United States of America has been guarding Canadian airspace. Sure CAF CF-188 Hornets intercept Russian bombers that approach Canada from international airspace, and just skirt our border…but if there was trouble, who would respond? It would be the might of America, and Canadian Forces units would dovetail in with America's response. Does that sound like independence to you?

FRANCE which has roughly double the population of Canada (at 65 million) is the World's Third Superpower behind the USA and Russia. The reader needs to really ponder that fact.

France has aircraft carriers, missiles, bombers, warships, submarines, thousands of fighters, and nuclear bombs…to protect its tiny (in comparison to Canada) land mass. And its sovereignty.

Canada has luck.

Or Canada goes hat in hand, to America's doorstep, to ensure ongoing Canadian freedom. Ever since the Cold War years. Disgusting.

There is NO REASON we (CANADA) can't be just like France.

Independent, by our own resolve.

I see some Y-35s and some new mark Arrows that need to be built.

The LIBERAL PARTY of Canada frittered away CANADIAN SOVEREIGNTY a long time ago.

Canada doesn't need a smaller military…we need one about 10X its' present size!

I like presidential hopefuls, THE DONALD, or Allen West, for 2012.

DONALD TRUMP, who is hawkish on the military, has stated that countries which rely on American military might…need to pay for it! Apparently, the non-business type clobberheads in the present, and recent past, American administrations have been giving away American military assistance for free!! All, on the American taxpayer's dime!!!

Prosperous oil or mineral rich countries that COULD EASILY pay for the American military intervention they got…were never asked to pay up!!!

Iraq, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Libya, South Korea, South Vietnam, Afghanistan etc. or CANADA (yes, CANADA!) have never been asked to pay their FAIR SHARE!

Users, abusers, and losers, I say.

America came to Great Britain's and Russia's aid in WW II, but the Brits and Russians had to eventually pay for all that military support and hardware received through the Lend-Lease programme.

FYI…CANADA was never under the Lend-Lease programme.

In WW II, CANADIANS paid up front for military equipment, or produced it ourselves, and gave it away FOR FREE to the people of Great Britain in their hour of need. Here's some Hawker Hurricanes produced in Fort William, Ontario…courtesy of the city of Oshawa, for ya'…to aid the British war effort. Here's million Lee-Enfield rifles. Load them on the ships, and send' em over boys. Now, you get the picture.

You mean a glorious nation like Great Britain was charged back then, and some of these scrub nations of today, haven't been?!?!


Are you f #%$@&*^ kiddin' me?

Museum piece

Museum piece

Equipment displayed at the South Similkameen Museum.

The Museum building was originally a BC Provincial Police office and jail located in Keremeos Center, which was approximately three kilometers north of the present village. Two men named Irwin and Day built it in 1907. The building was moved to it's present site in 1917 using horses as the motive power. The BC Provincial Police used it until the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in 1950 who continued to use the building until their new building at the top of the hill was completed on the 2nd January 1959 absorbed them.

The building was unused from 1959 until 1962. It was then used as the Village of Keremeos office until 1970 when the office was moved to it's present location. In 1972 the South Similkameen Museum Society leased the building from the Provincial Government for use as a museum. The official opening of the museum was held on the 7th of October 1973. Mr. W.B. Stewart, the oldest living BC Policeman had the honor of cutting the ribbon. Constable Stewart served in Keremeos from 1934 to 1945.

The Village of Keremeos purchased the property for back taxes in 1991 and the Museum Society negotiated a lease agreement with the Village of Keremeos in 1993 to operate the Museum. The museum building was designated as a heritage building in 1991.

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