Sarnia is a city in Southwestern Ontario and had a 2016 population of 71,594. It is the largest city in Lambton County. Sarnia is located on the eastern bank of the junction between the Upper and Lower Great Lakes where Lake Huron flows into the St. Clair River, which forms the Canada–United States border, directly across from Port Huron, Michigan; the site's natural harbour first attracted the French explorer La Salle. He named the site "The Rapids" on 23 August 1679, when he had horses and men pull his 45-ton barque Le Griffon north against the nearly four-knot current of the St. Clair River; this was the first time that a vessel other than a canoe or other oar-powered vessel had sailed into Lake Huron, La Salle's voyage was germinal in the development of commercial shipping on the Great Lakes. Located in the natural harbour, the Sarnia port remains an important centre for lake freighters and oceangoing ships carrying cargoes of grain and petroleum products; the natural port and the salt caverns that exist in the surrounding areas, together with the oil discovered in nearby Oil Springs in 1858, led to the dramatic growth of the petroleum industry in this area.

Because Oil Springs was the first place in Canada and North America to drill commercially for oil, the knowledge, acquired there resulted in oil drillers from Sarnia travelling the world teaching other enterprises and nations how to drill for oil. The complex of refining and chemical companies is called Chemical Valley and located south of downtown Sarnia. In 2011 the city had the highest level of particulates air pollution of any Canadian city, but it has since dropped to rank 30th in this hazard. About 60 percent of the particulate matter comes industries and polluters in the neighbouring United States. Lake Huron is cooler than warmer than the air in winter. In the winter, Sarnia experiences lake-effect snow from Arctic air blowing across the warmer waters of Lake Huron and condensing to form snow squalls over land; the name "Sarnia" is Latin for a British Channel Island. In 1829 Sir John Colborne, a former governor of Guernsey, was appointed Lieutenant Governor of Upper Canada. In this capacity, he visited two small settlements in 1835, laid out on the shores of Lake Huron.

One of these, named "The Rapids," consisted of 44 taxpayers, nine frame houses, four log houses, two brick dwellings, two taverns and three stores. The villagers were unable to agree on an alternative; the English settlers favoured the name "Buenos Aires," and the ethnic Scottish favoured "New Glasgow". Sir John Colborne suggested Port Sarnia. On 4 January 1836, the name was formally adopted by a vote of 26 to 16, Colborne named the nearby village Moore after British military hero Sir John Moore. Sarnia adopted the nickname "The Imperial City" on 7 May 1914 because of the visit of Canada's Governor General, H. R. H; the Duke of Connaught, his daughter Princess Patricia. First Nations peoples have lived and travelled across the area for at least 10,000 years, as shown by archaeological evidence on Walpole Island. About A. D. 796, these peoples emerged from an amalgamation of Ojibwa and Potowatami clans, formed the Three Fires Confederacy called the Council of Three Fires. They spoke Algonquian languages, or Anishinaabe, had connections through common elements of cultures.

They developed a self-sufficient society in which tasks and responsibilities were shared among all members. By the time of the 1600s and 1700s, The Three Fires Confederacy controlled much of the area known as the hub of the Great Lakes, which included the Canadian shore where Sarnia is now located. During this time, it maintained relations with many of the First Nations, including the Lakota, the Iroquoian-speaking Huron and Five Nations of the Iroquois League, as well as the colonizing nations of Great Britain and France. Both of the latter nations had colonists and missionaries in North America closer to the Atlantic coasts and related waterways; the Confederacy's trading partners, the Huron, welcomed La Salle and the Griffon in 1679 after he sailed into Lake Huron. The Ontario Heritage Trust erected a historical plaque under the Blue Water Bridge in commemoration of the voyage, as shown in the photo; because of this early encounter with Europeans in the area, the members of the Confederacy helped shape the development of North America throughout the 18th century, becoming a centre of trade and culture.

Britain tried to strengthen relations with the tribes in the area as a set of allies against the French in Quebec and the Illinois Country, the Iroquois, who were based east and south of lakes Ontario and Erie. The people of the Three Fires Confederacy sided with the French during the Seven Years' War with Great Britain, they made peace with Great Britain only after the Treaty of Fort Niagara in 1764. The Confederacy fought on the side of the British during the War of 1812, hoping to expel the Americans from the Great Lakes hub; the Three Fires Confederacy broke several treaties with the United States prior to 1815, but signed the Treaty of Springwells in September of that year and ceased all hostilities directed at the US. The Grand Council survived intact until the middle to late 19th century, when more modern political systems began to develop. Before the War of 1812, the first Europeans in the area were French-Canadian settlers loyal to the British Crown; some traders and families had been in the area east and west of the Detroit and St. Clair rivers since before the British took over this territory.

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Motive (TV series)

Motive is a Canadian police procedural drama television series that aired for four seasons on CTV from February 3, 2013, to August 30, 2016. The series premiere had 1.23 million viewers, making it the number one Canadian series premiere of the 2012–13 season. Motive is a police procedural drama set in Vancouver, British Columbia, following the investigations of working class single mother Detective Angie Flynn; each episode reveals the victim at the beginning. This format is similar to that of the TV series Columbo. Kristin Lehman as Detective Angelika "Angie" Flynn, a feisty Vancouver detective who investigates the motives of killers. Louis Ferreira as Detective and Staff Sergeant Oscar Vega, Flynn's former partner and close friend. Brendan Penny as Detective Brian Lucas a rookie detective, by the third season he has come into his own. Lauren Holly as Dr. Betty Rogers, the lead medical examiner. Roger Cross as Staff Sergeant Boyd Bloom Superintendent of Investigation. Warren Christie as Sergeant Mark Cross, Bloom's replacement as team Commander.

Cross and Flynn had an affair ten years while he was married, revealed during an investigation of a case they worked on at the time. Cameron Bright as Manny Flynn, Angie's teenage son who leaves to attend school in order to become a chef. Valerie Tian as Officer Wendy Sung, the department's rookie uniformed officer. Laura Mennell as Samantha Turner, an attorney and Mark's love interest. Victor Garber as Neville Montgomery, a wealthy businessman. Richard de Klerk as Robert Montgomery, Neville's son who works for him. Luisa D'Oliveira as Maria Snow, who works for Neville and is engaged to Robert. Francis X. McCarthy as Henry Guenther, Neville's attorney. David Lewis as Sergeant Gavin Saunders, part of the Internal Affairs department. Marci T. House as Police Chief Jennifer Wells, at odds with Oscar as head of Homicide. Victor Zinck Jr. as Detective Mitch Kennecki, assigned as Angie's partner. Karen LeBlanc as Detective Paula Mazur, Angie's partner following Kennecki's dismissal from Homicide. Tommy Flanagan as Agent Jack Stoker, a London-based Interpol agent and Angie's love interest.

On May 31, 2012, CTV ordered 13 episodes from Foundation Features and Lark Productions, to be filmed in Vancouver, British Columbia, from September 17, 2012, to February 26, 2013. The series premiere aired following CTV's broadcast of Super Bowl XLVIII. On May 21, 2014, CTV ordered a third season of Motive, which premiered on March 8, 2015. On October 5, 2015, CTV announced that Motive had begun production on the fourth and final season, with star Kristin Lehman directing one of the 13 episodes. Following the events of the third season, Detective Flynn finds herself without a car in the fourth. On April 5, 2016, CTV announced. Flynn decides on a 2015 Camaro. Starting in 2013, the series aired for two seasons on ABC in the United States. Following poor second season ratings, ABC did not include Motive on its 2015 summer schedule. In 2016, USA Network picked up Motive for its spring schedule; the third season premiered on April 1, 2016, concluded on June 26, 2016. The fourth season began airing the following week on July 3, 2016, concluded on September 25, 2016.

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SMK Aminuddin Baki, Kuala Lumpur

SMK Aminuddin Baki, Kuala Lumpur is a cluster school, located along Jalan Kampung Pandan, Kuala Lumpur. Established in 1958 1200 students from Form 1 to Form 5 pursue their secondary education here; the school is known by its abbreviation is SABKL and its students are known as SABians. 1958 Initially established as Kuala Lumpur. Temporarily located at the Kampung Maxwell Primary Schools. 1963 Moved to a new temporary location at the Cochrane Secondary School. 1964 24 March, moved to the present-day location & changed her name to S. M. K. Aminuddin Baki. 1966 Form 6 classes have been introduced. 1987 It was categorised under Controlled Schools. 1997 A Daily Hostel was built for students KRK Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur. 1998 Pioneer School TDKT 1999 Pioneer Smart School. 2005 Offers French language lesson for all students. 2006 Sekolah Projek Rintis Sumber Persiaran Terbuka. Pioneer Programme of Microsoft Partners in Learning. 2007 30 March, proclaimed Cluster School. 2010 Proclaimed High Performance School Kampung Pandan, Kuala Lumpur Sekolah Aminuddin Baki Sekolah kami yang tercinta Berkhidmat dan berjasa Pelajaran panduan hidup lambangnya Marilah kawan mari bersama Belajar dan berusaha Tegakkanlah nama perwira Yang berbakti dan berjasa Janganlah jemu wahai kawanku Tanamkanlah tekad taat dan giat Sama-sama pohonkan restu Moga-moga berjaya selalu Bergerak terus maju bersama Dengan penuh cekal cita-cita Berbudi tinggi amal susila Berjaya membela nusa bangsa The aquatics team in SABKL is famous for producing swimmers.

The school places emphasis towards the enhancement of the student's English language skills by encouraging to participate in various activities and competitions in fields such as: Creative Writing Public Speaking Drama Choral Speaking Debating SABKL has produced many successful people in various fields. Among them are: Tan Sri Abdul Aziz Mohd Yusuf - Election Commission Chairman Dato' Noh Omar - Cabinet Minister Dato' Yusof Haslam - Actor, Film Director, Film Producer and Businessman Farhanna Qismina - Actress and TV Host Mira Filzah - Actress, TV Host and Entrepreneur Syahril A. Kadir - former crime reporter for Utusan Malaysia, Sinar Harian and author Konfesi Prebet Adam Headmistress: Pn Siti Sarimah binti Shaik Abdul Rahman PK 1 TADBIRAN & KURIKULUM: Pn. Nur Syazlia Maisara Binti Shamsuddin GPK Kokurikulum Pn. Aslamiah bt Md Nor GPK HAL EHWAL MURID: Cik Kamisah bt Abu Bakar Maria Mariana 1 starring Erra Fazira & Ziana Zain in 1996 Gerak Khas' a few episode of episode about crime Bullying Sembilu 2005 starring Hetty Sarlene, Erra Fazira, Ziana Zain & Vince Chong in 2005 Sembilu' starring by Hetty Sarlene, Zed Zaidi and Faizal Hussein featured TV2 in 2005 Maria Mariana The Series starring Abby Abadi & Azza Elite in 2000 Facebook Page Twitter Account