Highlights from the latest round in the Battle of Waterloo between the Golden Hawks and Warriors on Saturday February 15th. This video is brought to you by ...
Wilfrid Laurier University vs Queen's University football game TVCogeco Kingston television broadcast of Oct. 5, 2002. Played at Richardson Stadium, Kingston, ...
Golden Gaels vs McMaster Marauders regular season football game payed Oct, 1 2005. Uploaded from official Coaches' game analysis tape - end zone view.
Highlights from Wednesday January 15th between the Golden Hawks and Gryphons at the University of Guelph. This video is brought to you by Allstate Guelph.
Highlights from Wednesday January 8th between the Warriors and Golden Hawks. This video is brought to you by M&T Printing. For a wide range of printed ...
All the highlights from the Laurier Golden Hawks 86-68 victory over the Waterloo Warriors.
Highlights from the 1st Battle of Waterloo of the season on Wednesday January 8th between the Warriors and Golden Hawks. This video is brought to you by ...
Highlights from Wednesday November 20th between the Gryphons and Golden Hawks. This video is brought to you by Izzio Financial Solutions. Call Peter ...
All the action from the Laurier Golden Hawks come-from-behind 58-55 win over the Lakehead Thunderwolves to even their season record at 3-3.
Highlights from Thursday November 7th between the Lions and Golden Hawks at the Waterloo Rec Complex. This video is brought to you by Izzio Financial ...
Sir Henri Charles Wilfrid Laurier was a Canadian politician and statesman who served as the seventh prime minister of Canada, in office from 11 July 1896 to 6 October 1911. Laurier is often considered one of the country's greatest statesmen.
Laurier—Sainte-Marie is a federal electoral district in Downtown Montreal, Quebec, Canada, that has been represented in the House of Commons of Canada since 1988. Its population in 2006 was 101,758.
Laurier L. LaPierre, was a Canadian Senator, professor, broadcaster, journalist and author. He was a member of the Liberal Party of Canada.
Laurier Macdonald High School , abbreviated traditionally as "LMAC" but occasionally as "LMHS," is an English-language public school in the east end of Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The school is named for Sir John A. Macdonald, the first Prime Minister of Canada and a Father of Confederation and Sir Wilfrid Laurier, the first French-Canadian Prime Minister of Canada.
Laurier Québec is one of Canada's largest shopping malls. It is located in Quebec City, Quebec (in what was formerly the city of Sainte-Foy).
The Laurier Palace Theatre fire, sometimes known as the Saddest fire or the Laurier Palace Theatre crush, occurred in a movie theatre in Montreal, Quebec on Sunday, January 9, 1927. 78 people were killed.
Laurier-Dorion is a provincial electoral district in the Montreal region of Quebec, Canada that elects members to the National Assembly of Quebec. It consists of the neighbourhoods of Villeray and Park Extension in the city of Montreal.
Laurier Heights is a residential neighbourhood in west Edmonton, Alberta, Canada overlooking the North Saskatchewan River valley. A portion of the neighbourhood along Buena Vista Road is located in the river valley, and this portion is sometimes called Buena Vista.
Laurier Brantford is Wilfrid Laurier University's second campus located in Brantford, Ontario. The first and original campus of Wilfrid Laurier University is located in Waterloo, Ontario.
The Lauriergracht is one of the canals of Amsterdam, located in the Jordaan, west of the Grachtengordel.
McMaster may refer to:
McMaster University is a public research university in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. The main McMaster campus is on 121 hectares (300 acres) of land near the residential neighbourhoods of Ainslie Wood and Westdale, adjacent to the Royal Botanical Gardens.
McMaster-Carr Supply Company is a private supplier of hardware, tools, raw materials, and maintenance equipment and supplies. McMaster maintains a wide variety of mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and utility hardware not usually located from a single source.