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Ottawa Municipal Election, 1982
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The city of Ottawa, Canada held municipal elections on November 8, 1982. Mayor Marion Dewar is re-elected, defeating conservative Darrel Kent. Marion Dewar, CM (March 31, 1928 September 15, 2008) was a prominent member of the New Democratic Party (NDP), mayor of Ottawa from 1978 to 1985 and a member of the Parliament of Canada from 1986 to 1988. Born Marion Bell in Montreal in 1928, she was raised in the town of Buckingham, Quebec, just outside Ottawa.

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Ottawa Centre
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Ottawa Centre is an urban federal electoral district in Ontario, Canada, that has been represented in the Canadian House of Commons since 1968. While the riding's boundaries (mainly to the south and west as the north and east borders have remained the Ottawa River and Rideau Canal, respectively) have changed over the years to account for population changes, the riding has always comprised the central areas of Ottawa, the nation's capital. Ottawa Centre is represented in the Canadian House of Commons by Paul Dewar from the New Democratic Party (NDP). Dewar, a teacher and the son of former Ottawa mayor, Marion Dewar, won the riding with 37 percent of ballots cast in the January 23, 2006 federal election.

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Ottawa Municipal Election, 1982
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The city of Ottawa, Canada held municipal elections on November 8, 1982. Mayor Marion Dewar is re-elected, defeating conservative Darrel Kent. Marion Dewar, CM (March 31, 1928 September 15, 2008) was a prominent member of the New Democratic Party (NDP), mayor of Ottawa from 1978 to 1985 and a member of the Parliament of Canada from 1986 to 1988. Born Marion Bell in Montreal in 1928, she was raised in the town of Buckingham, Quebec, just outside Ottawa.

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Ottawa Municipal Election, 1974
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The city of Ottawa, Canada held municipal elections on December 2, 1974. Controller Lorry Greenberg defeats fellow controller Tom McDougall. Marion Dewar, CM (March 31, 1928 September 15, 2008) was a prominent member of the New Democratic Party (NDP), mayor of Ottawa from 1978 to 1985 and a member of the Parliament of Canada from 1986 to 1988.Born Marion Bell in Montreal in 1928, she was raised in the town of Buckingham, Quebec, just outside Ottawa.

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Ottawa Centre
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Ottawa Centre is an urban federal electoral district in Ontario, Canada, that has been represented in the Canadian House of Commons since 1968. While the riding's boundaries (mainly to the south and west as the north and east borders have remained the Ottawa River and Rideau Canal, respectively) have changed over the years to account for population changes, the riding has always comprised the central areas of Ottawa, the nation's capital. Ottawa Centre is represented in the Canadian House of Commons by Paul Dewar from the New Democratic Party (NDP). Dewar, a teacher and the son of former Ottawa mayor, Marion Dewar, won the riding with 37 percent of ballots cast in the January 23, 2006 federal election.

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2010 Canada Anti-Prorogation Protests
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The 2010 Canada anti-prorogation protests took place mostly on January 23, 2010, in over 60 cities and towns in Canada, as well as internationally in New York City, San Francisco, Dallas, London, Oman, Beijing, Brussels, Amsterdam, The Hague and Costa Rica, to protest the prorogation of the 40th Canadian Parliament by Governor General of Canada Michaëlle Jean on the constitutional advice of Prime Minister of Canada Stephen Harper. The protests and rallies attracted more than 25,000 participants, including many who had joined a group on Facebook, known as the "Canadians Against Proroguing Parliament" (CAPP). On January 20, close to 35 protesters had assembled when Harper visited the C.D. Howe Institute in Toronto. At the rallies in Ottawa and Toronto, Liberal leader Michael Ignatieff, NDP leader Jack Layton, Green Party leader Elizabeth May, and Member of Parliament Bob Rae spoke against the prorogation.

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2010 Canada Anti-Prorogation Protests
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The 2010 Canada anti-prorogation protests took place mostly on January 23, 2010, in over 60 cities and towns in Canada, as well as internationally in New York City, San Francisco, Dallas, London, Oman, Beijing, Brussels, Amsterdam, The Hague and Costa Rica, to protest the prorogation of the 40th Canadian Parliament by Governor General of Canada Michaëlle Jean on the constitutional advice of Prime Minister of Canada Stephen Harper. The protests and rallies attracted more than 25,000 participants, including many who had joined a group on Facebook, known as the "Canadians Against Proroguing Parliament" (CAPP). On January 20, close to 35 protesters had assembled when Harper visited the C.D. Howe Institute in Toronto. At the rallies in Ottawa and Toronto, Liberal leader Michael Ignatieff, NDP leader Jack Layton, Green Party leader Elizabeth May, and Member of Parliament Bob Rae spoke against the prorogation.

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