Likely unforeseen in 1988, the Confederation Bridge
would also achieve a material and moral significance in the reproductive lives of Islanders, and the reproductive law of the province.
GIGANTIC J Confederation Bridge
AMAZING n The beautiful Bay of Fundy PRETTY n Water Street in St Andrews NICE SNAP NICE SNAP Steve with his lobster catch n Steve with his lobster catch
After a three-hour drive we crossed the expansive eight-mile Confederation Bridge
to the place they market as 'the gentle island'.
As the 2010 Olympic Torch Relay crossed the Confederation Bridge
into New Brunswick, communities prepared celebrations for its arrival, torchbearers were briefed on the impending honour, and families made plans to gather to witness this symbolic event.
Previously, every application was treated the same, whether it was a cottage dock extension or the Confederation Bridge
. Now, projects that cost less than $10 million -so-called "minor works"--are pre-approved, effectively excluding them from federal review.
The case studies examined are as follows: Alberta Special Waste Management System (Alberta), Confederation Bridge
(Federal), Highway 407 Express Toll Route (Ontario), Highway 104 Western Alignment Project (Nova Scotia), Evergreen Park School (New Brunswick), O'Connell Drive Elementary School (Nova Scotia), Britannia Mine Water Treatment Plant (British Columbia), Moncton Water Treatment Facility (New Brunswick), Cranbrook Civic Arena (British Columbia), and Waterloo Landfill Gas Power Plant (Ontario).
In A Geography of Islands, Royle dedicates the first photo in his book to the 14-km Confederation Bridge
, linking PEI (and its 140,000 citizens) to mainland New Brunswick since 1997 (Royle 2001, 13).
But the Liberals under Robert Ghiz, 33, son of previous premier Joe and a former adviser to Jean Chretien, have moved to within two points of the Tories in the polls, positioning them to do to the Tories what their brothers did last fall across the Confederation Bridge
in New Brunswick.
On Saturday afternoon, delegates and guests were offered optional activities such as; a guided Island tour (including a drive over Confederation Bridge
), an afternoon at the Charlottetown Driving Park for live harness racing or some shopping in downtown Charlottetown.
NIGEL STOVELL, of Ledbrook Road, Cubbington, enjoyed the view of the eight-mile Confederation Bridge
linking Prince Edward Island and New Brunswick, Canada, but he still found time to "view" the front page of his favourite paper.