The following is a list of mayors of Vancouver, British Columbia. It includes the mayors of Vancouver since 1886. Harcourt and Campbell are two former mayors who have gone on to become Premier of British Columbia.
This is a list of mayors of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. From 1834-1857, and again from 1867-1873, Toronto mayors were not elected directly by the public. Instead, after each annual election of aldermen and councilmen, the assembled council would elect one of their members as mayor. For all other years, mayors were directly elected by popular vote, except in rare cases where a mayor was appointed by council to fill an unexpired term of office.
This is list of mayors of London, Ontario, Canada. London was incorporated as a town in 1848, and became a city in 1855. Originally, mayors were elected on January 1 for one-year terms. See also: London City Council
This is a list of the mayors of the City of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Until 1854, Ottawa was known as Bytown. Over the course of Ottawa's history, the borders of the municipality have greatly expanded through annexations. This most recently occurred in 2001 when a number of neighbouring communities were amalgamated with Ottawa, resulting in a new legal entity that took the name of one of its municipal predecessors.
List of mayors of Victoria, British Columbia: 1862 - 1865 Thomas Harris 1865 - 1866 Lumley Franklin 1866 - 1867 William J. Macdonald 1867 - 1870 Dr. James Trimble 1870 - 1871 Alexander R. Robertson 1871 * 1865 - 1866 Lumley Franklin 1866 - 1867 William J. Macdonald 1872 Richard Lewis 1872 - 1873 James E. McMillan 1873 James D. Robinson 1873 - 1875 William Dalby 1875 - 1876 James S. Drummond 1876 - 1877 Montague W.
List of mayors of Regina, Saskatchewan: From the date of incorporation as a town on December 1, 1883: 1884–1885 — David Lynch Scott, Q.C. 1886–1887 — Dan Mowat 1888 — W. Cayley Hamilton Q.C. 1889 — J.W. Smith 1890 — J.A. McCaul 1891–1892 — Richard H. Williams 1893 — J.H.C. Willoughby, M.D. 1894 — Robert Martin 1895 — G.T. Marsh 1896–1897 — William F. Eddy 1898 — Francis Nicholson Darke 1899 — John K.
Socialist Solidarity Committee for Czechoslovakia (Socialistiska Solidaritetskommittén för Tjeckoslovakien), a group formed in Sweden in 1968 by socialists and communists protesting against the intervention of the Warsaw Pact countries against the 'Prague Spring'. The committee supported the January 1968 reform line of the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia. Chairman of the committee was Hjalmar Werner, secretary Nils Lalander and treasurer Hertta Fischer.
Prokhorovka is an urban-type settlement in Belgorod Oblast, Russia, located along the Psyol River southwest of the city of Kursk. Prokhorovka was the site of the Battle of Prokhorovka, a major armoured confrontation during the Battle of Kursk of the Great Patriotic War. Population: 10,007; 8,093.
EUROMICRO is an international scientific, engineering and educational organization dedicated to advancing the arts, sciences and applications of information technology and microelectronics. EUROMICRO is a non-profit organization. It was founded in 1973 by Rodnay Zaks and co-founded by Reiner Hartenstein and a few other colleagues in response to, and inspired by, the emerging microprocessor technology (workstations, PCs etc. that were to be networked soon).