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Roger Dunbrack Roger Dunbrack (born October 8, 1975) is a personal trainer and retired Canadian Football player. He spent his 10 year career playing defensive line for the Toronto Argonauts, the now defunct Ottawa Renegades and the Hamilton Tiger-Cats.
Roger Dunbrack Dunbrack attended the University of Western Ontario where he and the Western Mustangs won the 30th Vanier Cup in 1994 by defeating the Saskatchewan Huskies 50-40 in overtime. Dunbrack was named to the 1997 CIAU Football All-Canadian Team for the best football players in the CIS.
1997 CIAU Football All-Canadian Team
... Josh Thomas, Acadia and Roger Dunbrack, Western Ontario
Derek Gaudet Head coach of Halifax Dunbrack Sr. Women's "A". Winning back to back provincial titles in 2014 and 2015
Abraham Pineo Gesner The City of Halifax renamed a street at the west end of Fairview between Melrose and Adelaide in honor of Gesner. Formerly a part of Dunbrack Street, the construction of the Dunbrack Street/North West Arm Drive connector during the 1980s prompted the renaming of this segment.
Monterey Historic District (Blue Ridge Summit, Pennsylvania) Monterey Historic District is a national historic district located in Washington Township, Franklin County, Pennsylvania. The district includes 60 contributing buildings associated with a late-19th century summer resort community, developed primarily after 1885. The residential buildings include a number of high-styled Late Victorian, Georgian Revival, and Colonial Revival style cottage dwellings. Notable buildings include "Alfheim," "Red House," "Bramble Bush," "Pink Shutters," "Charmian Manor," Pittman House, Greystone Inn (c. 1850), Valore House (1895), Hawley Church, Dunbrack Library (c. 1894), Dunbrack Inn, and Dunbrack Stables (c. 1880).
Derek Gaudet Gaudet began his career with Halifax County United and signed in 2004 with Halifax Dunbrack where he played for four years.
Derek Gaudet Derek Gaudet (born May 14, 1989 in Bayside, Nova Scotia) is a Canadian soccer player, who currently plays for Halifax Dunbrack SC in the Nova Scotia Soccer League.
Clayton Park, Nova Scotia This is a small sports field and grassy area located off Dunbrack Street between Lincoln Cross and Knightsridge Drive. Access is provided via Meadowlark Crescent.
Federal Radio Commission There were even a few amateur radio stations authorized to broadcast television. Among them was Mel Dunbrack, W1BHD-TV, who began broadcasting mechanical television in the 1920s, and Truett Kimzey, W5AGO, who began broadcasting television in March 1934.