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Web site belongs to Pyshnov, Michael and dedicated to "University of Toronto fraud"
This website was first put up in August of 1995 when the web was new and information scarce. It still contains information that could be of historical interest to many.
Cameron Stevens provides personal profile, technical and artistic information, perspectives and other stuff.
A former boxer speaks to students, parents and other groups about drugs and how they have negatively impacted his life.
Life and creation of independent film maker. His filmography and awards, location and contact information.
Kaitlin Haggert - a Toronto resident hosts this Haggert family site. Includes family history, guestbook and illustrated canoe tripping descriptions.
The site is dedicated to the final Hockey Shrine in the NHL, Maple Leaf Gardens. Includes audio clips and links.
Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering at Texas A&M University. Includes teaching notes, research bibliography, and personal hobbies.
Computer Sales and Service, Musical Instruments-Sales and Service, Musical Instrument Repairs, Samsung Home Entertainment Renovations-basements, bathrooms, decks, fences, painting
A personal site of a computer science teacher for the Toronto District School Board. Contains course material, outlines, and various educational information on programming languages and software. Site also includes various fun articles and links.
Current homepage belongs to a guy who wants to make friends and share one's experience.
Film processing technician. Site includes short biography, weird paintings, abstract images.
Hobby site including various wallpaper and images, screensavers and greeting cards.
Provides information on museums, movies and another interesting locations in Markham.
Trish Regan's Multi-Business Includes Nails On The Go, Assistant To You, and TR Talent Management.
This is a personal site about Carole Bertuzzi Luciani: home life, gardening, volunteer efforts, and about her success as a Keynote Speaker.
Contains pictures, journal and an insight into Princess Sarah's life in Toronto.