Generally acknowledged by hockey historians as one of the greatest teams of the early days of the sport, the club won numerous championships, starting with the 1891 to 1893 Ontario championships.
Ottawa HC played in the first season during which the Stanley Cup was challenged in 1893, and first won the Cup in 1903, holding the championship until 1906 (the Silver Seven years).
delivered the biggest royal drama since Prince George dissed Justin Trudeau, reporting that Prince Harry is dating the American-born, Toronto-dwelling actress Meghan Markle.
Best known for her starring role on , which is shot in Toronto, Markle apparently met her Prince Charming when Harry was in the city last May to launch the 2017 Invictus Games, and they’ve been courting under the radar until now.
1883–1886 (independent) 1887 (AHAC) 1888–1889 (dormant) 1890 (OCHL) 1891–1894 (AHAC) & (OCHL) 1895–1898 (AHAC) 1899–1904 (CAHL) 1904 (independent) 1905 (FAHL) 1906–1909 (ECAHA) 1910 (CHA) 1910–1917 (NHA) 1917–1934 (NHL) a founding member of the National Hockey League (NHL) and played in the NHL from 1917 until 1934.
The club, which was officially the Ottawa Hockey Club (Ottawa HC), was known by several nicknames, including the Generals in the 1890s, the Silver Seven from 1903 to 1907 and the Senators dating from 1908.
High on his list, though, was Victoria’s comfortable distance from the bustling Chinese communities of B. As Shen—betraying his limited knowledge of pre-settlement Canadian history—puts it: “We wanted a place that would allow us to live with the natives.” It’s hard not to smile at his idealism.So either the FDA is laying out arguments that could be used to return to Prohibition, or it didnt really make a point at all. Alcohol is an important analogy because its consumption is an example of the type of freedom Western cultures boast: a benign practice should be allowed by default, even if it has no intrinsic value in the eyes of a government or a majority.Alcohol is legal so that people can have a good time - not because alcohol has sound scientific studies supporting its medical use.Set aside for a moment the facts that contradict the FDAs statement.Even if the governments assertions were entirely accurate, they still place cannabis on a scientific equivalence to alcohol - can cause harm, has little medicinal value, is enjoyed by billions of people around the world, and has been so for centuries.