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Encyclopedia > Cape Breton Regional Council

Cape Breton Regional Council is the governing body for the Cape Breton Regional Municipality in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia. A governing body is a corporate form of management. ... Cape Breton Regional Municipality (CBRM) is a regional municipality in Nova Scotia, Canada. ... Canada consists of ten provinces and three territories. ... Motto: Munit Haec et Altera Vincit (Latin: One defends and the other conquers) Official languages None (English,French,Gaelic) Capital Halifax Largest city Halifax Lieutenant-Governor Myra Freeman Premier Rodney MacDonald (PC) Parliamentary representation  - House seat  - Senate seats 11 10 Area Total  â€¢ Land  â€¢ Water    (% of total)  Ranked 12th 55,283...


Members

Councillor Ward
John Morgan Mayor
Brian Lahey 1
Kevin Saccary 2
Lee McNeil 3
Vince Hall 4
Darren Bruckschwaiger 5
Frankie Morrison 6
Jim MacLeod 7
Ray Paruch 8
Tom Wilson 9
Charlie Long 10
Richard Fogarty 11
Claire Detheridge 12
Esmond Marshall 13
Gordon MacLeod 14
Clarence Prince 15
Wes Stubbert 16

John Morgan is a common name, especially in Wales, UK. Well-known people with this name include: John Morgan (comedian) John Morgan (journalist) John Morgan (poet) John Jordan Morgan: U.S. Representative John Morgan (bishop): Archbishop of Wales, from 1949 to 1957 John P. Morgan: Businessman John Tyler Morgan: U...

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Cape Breton Island at AllExperts (2662 words)
Cape Breton Island is part of the province of Nova Scotia, Canada, although physically separated from the peninsular Nova Scotian mainland by the Strait of Canso, it is artificially connected to the mainland by the Canso Causeway.
Cape Breton Island is now joined to the mainland by the Canso Causeway, completed in 1955, enabling direct road and rail traffic to and from the island, but requiring marine traffic to pass through the Canso Canal at the eastern end of the causeway.
According to the Census of Canada, the population of Cape Breton Island in 2001 was 147,454, a -6.8% decline from 158,260 in 1996.
CBRM Coat of Arms (1700 words)
In the case of the Regional Municipality's Coat of Arms the shield has a green background with a Cape Breton Sloop in gold and silver (the sails are white).
As well, the Cape Breton Sloop appeared on the Coats of Arms of the City of Sydney and the Town of North Sydney, both of which had petitioned for, and were granted, official Coats of Arms.
The portcullis is in a raised position to recall that the Regional Municipality is the Gateway to Canada's 10th Province; as well, it recalls the historic gateway that Cape Breton provided to those emigrating to the ‘new world' from Europe and other parts of the world.
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