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I have one request, Orlando Bloom: Shiver me timbers! Okay, well, with that look, you pretty much already did. Male actor, celeb, famous, eye candy, long hair style, gorgeous, hot, sexy, portrait, photo

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Canada’s oceans get $1.5 billion over five years for marine protection plan

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is scheduled to take a tour of Vancouver harbour aboard a Coast Guard vessel this morning, before heading to Stanley Park, where he will make an announcement with Transport Minister Marc Garneau.

Historic Formation Flight of NASA's WB-57s Over Houston

Shuttle Challenger flies above the clouds during a dawn launch, photographed from the air by a Shuttle training aircraft

"Canada's a huge country, so to be able to unite the country through communication satellite technology or to be able to observe it through remote sensing technology from space is a natural fit for a country like Canada.", Marc Garneau

New Expedition 34 Crew Members Welcomed Aboard Station

NASA - New Trio Launches to Join Expedition 34 Soyuz vient de partir pour la Space Station avec Chris Hadfield, astronaute canadien qui sera le commandant pour les prochains 6 mois. Pas mal nice. Un new Marc Garneau!!! lol Bonne chance man et ramène-nous des étoiles de là-bas svp. \µ/—>:)

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#13 (STS-41-G) October 5, 1984 Challenger 7 08d 05h Kennedy Earth Radiation Budget Satellite deployment; First flight of two women in space Ride and Sullivan; First spacewalk by US woman, Kathryn Sullivan; First Canadian in space Marc Garneau

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Transport Minister Marc Garneau announced the government’s intentions signalling the administration’s efforts to reduce consumer costs by increasing competition in the market

Joseph Jean-Pierre Marc Garneau, C.C., CD, Ph.D., F.C.A.S.I., MP (born February 23, 1949) is a Canadian politician, retired military officer, former astronaut and engineer. Garneau was the first Canadian in outer space taking part in three flights aboard NASA Space shuttles. He was the president of the Canadian Space Agency from 2001 to 2006, and in 2003 was installed as the ninth Chancellor of Carleton University in Ottawa.