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Issue: September 2007                                                       IEEE Canada News Central


News of Interest

Ø      IEEE Canada Board of Directors

-     IEEE Canada President-Elect 2008 - 2009 Candidates
-     IEEE Canada President-Elect 2008 - 2009 Candidates - Bios and Position Statements

o    Robert L. Anderson

o    Om Malik

o    Hilmi M. Turanli

-     Canadian Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Summer 2007
-     IEEE Canada - TELUS Innovation Award
-     Translation Volunteers Needed


Ø      Section Events

-     Power System Stability and Control Course


Ø      Conferences

-     Electrical Power Conference 2007 (EPC 2007) - "Renewable and Alternative Energy Resources"
-     FPGA Workshop 2007: Accelerating Computationally Intensive Applications
-     The 21st Canadian Conference on Electrical and Computer Engineering -  CCECE08
-     Upcoming IEEE Conferences in Canada


Ø      Awards & Recognition

-     The Vancouver Chapter Wins the IEEE Power Engineering Society's (PES) "Outstanding Chapter Award 2007"
-     Senior Member Upgrades
-     Newly Elected IEEE Senior Member Featured in this Issue

o    Visda Vokhshoori


Ø      IEEE News

-     Do You DIY? Your project could be one in a million!
-     Don't Just Play Games: Develop Them!
-     Nominations Sought for IEEE Kiyo Tomiyasu Award
-     Call for IEEE Fellow Nominations & IEEE Canada Forms Fellow Nomination Assist Committee
-     Newly Redesigned IEEE Job Site!
-     Challenge: Engineering Breakthroughs for the Next Hundred Years
-     Questions Sought for President-Elect Candidates
-     Special Offer for Canadian Employers. Post Your Open Position on the IEEE Job Site Free of Charge*!


Ø      Non-IEEE News

-     Engineers Canada - New Name, Same Services
-     Internationally Educated Engineers: Licensed, Mobile, Employable



News of Interest

Ø     IEEE Canada Board of Directors

IEEE Canada President-Elect 2008 - 2009 Candidates

IEEE Canada Board of Directors has nominated the following candidates for the IEEE Canada President-Elect 2008-2009:

-          Rob Anderson

-          Om Malik

-          Hilmi Turanli

This is an election year for IEEE Canada. We encourage you to vote when you receive your ballot from IEEE.


IEEE Canada President-Elect 2008 - 2009 Candidates - Bios and Position Statements

- Robert L. Anderson (Rob Anderson)

For complete biography and position statement, please click here.




Calgary, Canada

Rob is part owner of a business and management consulting firm in Calgary, SIMMARIX Inc.  Rob is the Director of Market Development where he uses his knowledge of the energy and technology industries to seek out and develop prospective business opportunities. 

 Prior to joining SIMMARIX, Rob worked for ENMAX Corporation, the electric utility for his home city of Calgary, Alberta, Canada.  During his eleven-year career with ENMAX Corporation, Rob held a variety of positions in management, customer service, engineering and contracts management.


Rob Anderson - Position Statement (excerpt)

The biggest challenge facing IEEE is its membership base.  IEEE Canada must continue to explore ways to attract new membership and retain existing members. Members and non-members need to perceive a value in belonging to IEEE.  This can be achieved through the following: carry out a review of the regions current service offerings to its members to ensure they are delivered as efficiently and effectively as they can be, expand IEEE Canada ties with other technical and non technical societies, and perhaps reviewing of existing affiliations to better benefit IEEE.  Finally, the region needs to strengthen it ties with other IEEE entities (sections, chapters and technical societies) by co-sponsoring or developing activities at the local level. 


- Om Malik


For complete biography and position statement, please click here.


NDEE, Delhi Polytechnic, India, 1952;

M.E., University of Roorkee, India, 1962;

Ph.D., University of London, U.K., 1965;

DIC, Imperial College, London, U.K., 1965.
Punjab State Electricity Board, India, Engineer, 1953-61;

University of Windsor, Canada, Assistant Professor, 1966-68;

University of Calgary, Canada, Professor, 1968-97;

Professor Emeritus, 1997 -.

Factual Summary of Past Service to the IEEE: M’1966-SM’1969-F’1987-LF’2000


RAB Student Activities Committee, Member, 1978-80; Fellows Committee, Member, 1998-2001; Member Conduct Committee Hearing Panel, Member, 2000-02, 2004-06; Life Members Committee, Member, 2002-07; Chair, 2004-05.


Centennial Medal, 1984; Millennium Medal, 2000; Region 7; General AGL McNaughton Medal, 2001; WCC Merit Award, 1986; Power Engineering Society Recognized as Significant Reviewer, 2006. 


Om Malik - POSITION STATEMENT (excerpt)

As Region Director, my primary goals will be to:

- run programs in the most efficient and cost effective way so as to deliver quality

  and value.

- facilitate efforts at all levels in the Region to encourage growth in membership.

- encourage closer relationship between Sections, Chapters and their student

  branches for increased retention of graduating student members.

- become more responsive to the needs of the our diverse membership.

- improve existing services and introduce new programs which will benefit our


- emphasize the needs of our unique situation as one country Region.


- Hilmi M. Turanli

For complete biography and position statement, please click here, or visit his website:


Hilmi received his B. Sc. and M. Sc. degrees in Electrical Engineering from the Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey in 1976 and 1980. He earned his Ph. D. degree from the University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba in 1984.

In 1986, Dr. Turanli started working for Manitoba Hydro as a Computer Applications Engineer, and later as an HVDC Planning Engineer for a number of years. His current industry position is Interconnections and Grid Supply Studies Engineer at Manitoba Hydro, which is a large power utility in Canada exporting power to other provinces and the mid-west United States. Hilmi has over 20 years of industry background including engineering and capital project planning experience. His extensive experience in teaching at universities and consulting to industry have given him the opportunity to solve some of the complex challenges of modern business.

In 1999, he was appointed as an Adjunct Professor at the Department of  Electrical & Computer Engineering, University of Manitoba. His research interests involve the digital simulation of power electronics circuits, HVDC transmission, and power system planning.


Dr. Turanli is a Professional Engineer registered in the Province of Manitoba. He has been actively involved with the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of the Province of Manitoba (APEGM).

RAB (Regional Activities Board), 2006-07; RAB Vice Chair – Member Activities, 2006-07; RAB Enterprise Engineering Project AdHoc Committee, 2006; RAB FinCom (Finance Committee), 2006-07; RAB ARC (Awards Recognitions Committee), 2006-07; RAB MDC (Membership Development Committee), 2006-07; Tellers Committee, 2007 (withdrawn for

election), RAB FinCom, Corresponding Member, 1999-2003.

AWARDS: Section Award for Outstanding Contributions to the Growth of the IEEE Winnipeg Section, 2000; Fellow, Engineering Institute of Canada, 2001; Edward F. Glass Merit Award, IEEE Canada, 2006.


Hilmi M. Turanli - POSITION STATEMENT (excerpt)

My objectives include:

• Exposing a broader range of IEEE resources including technical, professional and

   soft skills to our Sections and Members.

• Getting more members active in Chapters, Sections and the Region.

• Exploring other avenues, such as advertising, job sites, on line courses and IEEE

  TV to serve our members better.

• Developing increased recognition of Section leaders and volunteers.



Canadian Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Summer 2007


Summer 2007 (vol. 32.3) issue of the Canadian Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering has been published. Please click here for the abstracts in English and French.


IEEE Canada - TELUS Innovation Award

Canadian researchers have and are continuing to greatly contribute to the advances in Electronics, Computing, and Communications Technologies. Today, fields like Nanotechnology and Photonics as well as interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary subjects are gaining in importance in the development of new engineering ICT solutions. TELUS Communications Incorporated wishes to stimulate the interest of Canadian IEEE student members in these fields by sponsoring the annual IEEE Canada TELUS Innovation Award. The first such awards were presented in September 2005.

The purpose of the IEEE Canada TELUS Innovation Award is to offer IEEE student members the opportunity to engage individually or as a team in a significant ICT project, such as their final year undergraduate project in an engineering or technology program, enter this project into the competition to have an opportunity to report, both, verbally and in writing on this project before a panel of industrial, academic and media experts. The project would have a strong design and/or research component with the emphasis on design that embodies the spirit of innovation and has strong application in industry in the foreseeable future.

The third annual IEEE Canada/TELUS Competition will take place in Edmonton, Alberta on September 13 & 14.  Nine teams of students from the following universities and colleges across Canada will compete for the top prize:

         - Dalhousie University

         - Ecole Polytechnique

         - McMaster University

         - Ryerson University

         - University of Alberta

         - University of Ottawa

         - University of Saskatchewan

         - University of Victoria

         - University of Western Ontario

Up to $10,000 in cash awards plus travel and accommodation for qualifying teams is generously being funded by TELUS Communications Incorporated. More details are available on the IEEE Canada student web site at



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Ø     Section Events


Power System Stability and Control Course


The IEEE PES/IAS Southern Alberta Section has successfully presented Power System Stability and Control Course with Dr. Prabha Kundur at the University of Calgary August 21-24, 2007.


Bob Hanna, IEEE President, thanked Dr. Prabha Kundur for a comprehensive overview of power system stability and control problems.




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Ø     Conferences


Electrical Power Conference 2007 (EPC 2007) - "Renewable and Alternative Energy Resources"

This conference will take place on Oct. 25 – 26 in Montreal , Quebec . The paper submissions process has now been closed after a larger-than-expected number of papers was submitted to the conference. The submitted extended abstracts are now being reviewed and authors will be notified shortly. An impressive list of 6 internationally renowned plenary speakers has been recruited for the conference. Other events, such as a Workshop on Distributed Generation are being organized. A special event for students is being planned and the Dean from Concordia University will be the chief guest at this event. A number of major exhibitors and sponsors are now assisting with this conference. All the pieces are falling into place and we are hoping for a very successful event.

Topics of interest to the conference include the following:


  • Wind
  • Solar
  • Ethanol
  • Hydrogen
  • Bio-thermal
  • Small Hydro
  • Fuel Cells
  • Wave & Tidal Power


  • Energy Storage
  • Smart Networks
  • Smart Networks Reliability
  • Smart Networks Protection
  • Energy Efficiency
  • Energy Conservation
  • Technology Trends
  • Clean & Renewable Energy Markets

General Conference Chair is Dr. Vijay Sood

For more information please visit:



FPGA Workshop 2007: Accelerating Computationally Intensive Applications

 Ottawa, Ontario
October 16-17, 2007


The main goal of the FPGA Workshop 2007 is to increase understanding and knowledge of Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs) and encourage growth and development in the field.

The joint chapters of the Engineering Management Society (EMS) and the Society on Social Implications of Technology (SSIT) invite to join us in examining the business and technology elements from an entrepreneurial point of view, and the viability of such an ecosystem if it was to find roots in our "Silicon Valley North" context. Topics covered include:

  Opportunities and challenges in using FPGAs instead of processors, as presented in this article: "Higher Performance with Less CPUs"

  An Overview of trends and developments in FPGA technology, similar to topics covered by this journal: FPGA & Structured ASIC Journal

  Examples of FPGA applications, as can be seen in this website: Open FPGA

  Industry initiatives, like the one seen in this net seminar: "Accelerate HPC Applications with FPGA Coprocessors"


To this event, we are proud to join a hands-on stream: the Innovate Canada Programming Competition, which brings together engineering students with mentors from academia and industry, to create an environment of learning through innovation. Thanks to our generous sponsors, we are able to make this a pan-Canadian FPGA programming competition open to all undergraduate and graduate engineering students. Details about the FPGA Programming competition are available at:


The IEEE FPGA Workshop 2007 is organized by the IEEE Ottawa Section, the IEEE Ottawa chapter of the Engineering Management Society, and the IEEE Ottawa Section Educational Activities, in conjunction with CMC Microsystem’s CWSOC 2007.




The 21st Canadian Conference on Electrical and Computer Engineering – CCECE08

Niagara Falls, Ontario

May 4 - 7, 2008


You are invited to participate in the 21st Annual Canadian Conference on Electrical and Computer Engineering (CCECE) to be held in Sheraton Fallsview in Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada. The venue, the city of Niagara Falls with more than 15 million visitors annually is abundant of activities that are bound to entertain people of all ages and walks of life. Niagara Falls is located 125 km southeast of Toronto City and 27 km north of Buffalo City, New York. Niagara Falls often said to be the honeymoon capital of the world, features most popular falls that are spectacular wonders of the world and provide breathtaking views.

Dr. Sri Krishnan, Conference Chair

CCECE ( is a flagship conference for researchers, students, and practicing engineers in the area of Electrical and Computer Engineering from Canada and around the world to meet annually for 3 to 4 days in a Canadian city to present the latest technological advancements and discoveries, to network and exchange ideas, to strengthen existing partnerships and foster new collaborations.


Dr. Alagan Anpalagan, Technical Program

CCECE 2008 will feature 8 mini-symposia covering all areas of Electrical and Computer Engineering, tutorial sessions in leading topics, plenary talks from senior executives in industry and academia, around 90 technical sessions, special sessions in hot topics, social programs, IEEE Canada Awards and Banquet night, best student paper awards luncheon, and industrial exhibitions.

You can participate in CCECE 2008 in many ways: by submitting your original research results as a full length technical paper, by submitting tutorial proposals, by organizing a special session, and by attending the plenary talks, tutorials, panel discussions and nearly 90 technical sessions planned for May 4 to May 7, 2008. Information on submission of technical papers, tutorial proposals, special sessions proposals are in the weblinks of the main conference website

Dr. Bob Dony, Technical Program


The deadline to receive papers and tutorial proposals are December 7, 2007. We look forward for your enthusiastic participation in the conference.

Best wishes,
CCECE'08 Organizing Committee



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Ø     Awards & Recognition

The Vancouver Chapter Wins the IEEE Power Engineering Society's (PES) "Outstanding Chapter Award 2007"

The Vancouver Chapter of the IEEE Power Engineering Society (PES) has been selected for "Outstanding Chapter Award 2007" for their high performance during the calendar year 2006. Chapter achievement has been demonstrated by the strength of its technical and educational programs.

The Vancouver PES Chapter has recognized that the outstanding performance of our Chapter is very important to our community at a time when reliable power supplies become increasingly critical to modern infrastructure. The IEEE Vancouver Power Engineering Society (PES) Chapter goal is to promote the power industry in BC and to be the leading forum for the exchange of scientific and engineering information on electric power and energy in BC. The Chapter has presented a wide variety of short technical presentations, seminars and social events.

PES President John MacDonald presents plaque in commemoration of "2006 PES Outstanding Large Chapter" to Vancouver PES Chapter Chair Meliha Selak at the PES General Meeting in Tampa, FL June 2007.

Bob Hanna, President IEEE Canada, on behalf of IEEE Canada congratulated Meliha B.Selak on the achievement: "This is great and is a reflection on your excellent volunteer work and dedication to your profession and IEEE".


Senior Member Upgrades


Newly Elected IEEE Senior Member Featured in this Issue

Visda Vokhshoori

Toronto Section


Visda Vokhshoori received her BSEE from State University of New York, and her MSEE from Columbia University, New York in 1998 and 2002 respectively .

Visda joined IEEE as a student member in 1996 (elevated to member in 2002) and has been actively involved with the organization ever since. In 2000 she founded the IEEE Hudson Valley WIE Affinity and served as its chair until she moved to Toronto, Canada in 2003.

Visda is currently working as a Hardware Verification Engineer for IBM. Currently she is serving as Women in Engineering Affinity Group Chair and Computer Chapter Vice Chair of the IEEE Toronto Section.




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Ø     IEEE News

Do You DIY? Your project could be one in a million!

IEEE Spectrum and Make magazine are joining forces to call attention to the coolest and cleverest do-it-yourself electronics projects. If you've designed and built something that you'd like to share with the combined readerships of IEEE Spectrum and Make--more than a million people-- please enter it in the IEEE Spectrum/Make DIY Project and receive a trip to the next Maker Faire in Austin in October.


Don't Just Play Games: Develop Them!

Playing video games is one thing; developing them is quite another. To help you make the leap from player to developer in this billion-dollar industry, the IEEE has partnered with The Game Institute, an online-only school devoted to teaching video-game development. Read on at


Nominations Sought for IEEE Kiyo Tomiyasu Award

The deadline to nominate someone for the IEEE Kiyo Tomiyasu Award is 31 January. The award is presented for outstanding early- to midcareer contributions to technologies holding the promise of innovative applications. The recipient is awarded a bronze medal, a certificate, and a cash honorarium. For nomination forms, visit the IEEE Awards Web Site at

Call for IEEE Fellow Nominations & IEEE Canada Forms Fellow Nomination Assist Committee

Nominations are being accepted for the IEEE Fellows class of 2009.  The rank of IEEE Fellow is the Institute’s highest member grade, bestowed on IEEE senior members who have contributed “to the advancement or application of engineering, science and technology.”  The deadline for nominations is 1 March 2008.

Senior members can be nominated in one of four categories: application engineer/practitioner, research engineer/scientist, educator or technical leader.

The Fellows Web site contains additional information on the nomination process including access to the Fellows Nomination Kit, lists of Fellows who may be available as references as well as the history of the IEEE Fellows program. For more information visit the Fellows Web site.

So You Want to Nominate an IEEE Fellow...

Do you know an IEEE senior member you want to nominate for IEEE Fellow? To make the process a little bit easier, we've added a guide to help you understand how to complete this task. Read on at

IEEE Canada Formed a Fellow Nomination Assist Committee

Dr. Bob Hanna, President IEEE Canada has set up a committee to help IEEE Canada members with the Fellow Member grade nominations. The objectives of the Fellow Nomination Assist Committee are:


- Assist in Fellow Nomination Process

- Review nomination form and provide guidance

- Assist in finding Fellow Member references.


The members of the Fellow Nomination Assist Committee are:


- Dr. Mo El-Hawary, Area East,

- Dr. Ray Findlay, Area Centre,

- Dr. Om Malik, Area West,


A power point presentation giving a brief description of the Fellow Grade and the nomination process is being placed on the IEEE Canada website for the information of the members.


Newly Redesigned IEEE Job Site!

Come visit the Newly Redesigned IEEE Job Site!
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- Take our poll on this month's hot topic.

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Challenge: Engineering Breakthroughs for the Next Hundred Years

Electrification. Air conditioning. Radio. The Internet. No one can doubt they are among last century's greatest engineering achievements. But can we predict the technical triumphs that will happen in this century? The U.S. National Academy of Engineering hopes it can, but it wants your help. IEEE President Leah Jamieson weighs in with a list of important challenges, detailing the central role the IEEE expects to play. Find out more at


Questions Sought for President-Elect Candidates

If you have a question about an IEEE issue that you would like to ask the IEEE President-Elect candidates, send it to <>. Answers by Marc Apter, Pedro Ray, and John Vig to selected questions will be broadcast on the IEEE Election Web site at during the voting period, which runs from 1st September through 1st November



Special Offer for Canadian Employers Post Your Open Position on the IEEE Job Site Free of Charge*!

The IEEE Job Site connects you with senior-level managers, top engineers and technology experts in every sector - the leaders shaping innovation and business. Make job offers to these top-notch candidates before your competitors know about them - free of charge*!

The IEEE Job Site:

·         Focuses on a potential audience of more than 2,000,000 engineers, tech professionals and senior-level managers worldwide

·         Delivers your postings instantly to registered IEEE members

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·          Prescreens job seekers with an interactive profile feature to identify the most
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·          Provides resumes matched to your needs quickly and cost-effectively

Join the hiring managers at more than 3,000 leading corporations - in fields ranging from ASIC design to aerospace and defense system development - that use the IEEE Job Site -

If you have any questions, e-mail at
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Ø     Non-IEEE News


Engineers Canada — New Name, Same Services


The engineering profession in Canada has begun a new chapter in its history; the Canadian Council of Professional Engineers (CCPE) will now be known as Engineers Canada.

Engineers Canada will continue to work in the same areas as CCPE has for the past 71 years: promoting Canada’s engineering profession; setting and assessing engineering education standards; facilitating the mobility of engineers within Canada and negotiating international agreements; as well as coordinating the development of practice standards in Canada.  The new business name, however, captures the energy of today’s engineer and better reflects the profession’s dynamic nature.

“Engineering has changed over the last twenty years,” says Tony Dawe, P.Eng., President of Engineers Canada.  “Technical skills are key but so too are team work, negotiation skills, problem solving and creativity.  It is important that our business name reflects who we are today.”

Through its members, the provincial and territorial engineering licensing bodies, Engineers Canada will continue to represent all engineers, from agricultural engineers to water resources engineers and all disciplines in between. 

“We respect the history of our previous name and so we wanted to be sure that we understood our members’ perspectives on changing it,” says Chief Executive Officer Marie Lemay, P.Eng., ing. “In the end, we were glad to find support for creating a new, memorable name that we know will help us promote engineering and thus help improve Canadians’ quality of life, health and economic prosperity.”



Internationally Educated Engineers: Licensed, Mobile, Employable

Of the thousands of immigrants arriving in Canada annually, many identify themselves as engineers. In 2001, of the 44 percent of skilled workers who identified an intended occupation at the time of immigration, 63 percent indicated engineering.  These international engineering graduates may be seasoned engineering professionals, recent engineering graduates or have worked in jobs that would be considered technologist, technician, architect or scientist positions in Canada. Regardless of which group they fall into, some arrive in Canada expecting to begin work as engineers but are unable to find engineering employment. 

The Canadian engineering profession has updated its licensing system to help the international engineering graduates integrate into the workforce and profession without compromising public safety or lowering professional standards.  At the provincial / territorial level, examples include a new way of assessing academic qualifications in Saskatchewan that eliminated their backlog of applicants and a new method of assessing experience in New Brunswick that reduced applicants’ waiting time. In Manitoba, applicants with more than 10 years of experience can do an interview as part of their academic assessment and thus not have to write exams, while in Ontario, new Canadian who apply for licensing within six months of their landing date, can do so at no cost.

At the national level, Engineers Canada (Engineers Canada is the business name of the Canadian Council of Professional Engineers) is leading the establishment of an accurate, current database of recognized international degrees and institutions to be used consistently by the provincial and territorial licensing bodies. It is expected that the database will reduce duplication of effort, resulting in a reduced processing time for international engineering graduates’ applications.

Canadian companies make hiring decisions every day.  Each is looking for the best minds in the country to help build their businesses, expand knowledge and solve problems.  That person may be an engineer, licensed in Canada but trained internationally.  Licensed international engineering graduates are assessed to the same standards as each of Canada’s 160,000 professional engineers, and they are mobile, able to work in any part of the country.  Employers can hire these professionals with confidence, knowing that having a P.Eng. (or ing.) license means that the Canadian engineering system has validated their academic qualifications, experience and character.






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Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events – Edmonton


Upcoming Events – Montréal

Electrical Power Conference 2007 (EPC 2007) - "Renewable and Alternative

Energy Resources"

October 25 – 26, 2007

Montreal, Quebec


2007 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics


October 7-10, 2007

Montreal, Quebec                    



October 11-12, 2007

Montreal, Quebec



Upcoming Events – Fredericton, New Brunswick



Upcoming Events – Ottawa


41st IEEE International Carnahan Conference on Security Technology

October 8-11, 2007
, Ontario


IEEE-FPGA WORKSHOP 2007: Accelerating Computationally Intensive Applications

October 16-17, 2007
, Ontario



Upcoming Events – Toronto

The 21st Canadian Conference on Electrical and Computer Engineering - CCECE08

May 4 - 7, 2008,
Niagara Falls, Ontario



Upcoming Events – Vancouver



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