Welcome to Curriepedia: a compendium of information on people, places, and things, written by Michael Currie and several other contributors.
What makes Encyclopedia-style articles so fascinating is how they look at subjects normally seen only in a snapshot at their present moment, and instead provide perspective by showing a little bit of information, the most salient information, spread over their whole lives. So instead of a LOT of information about the present moment, instead you get a nice even amount of information across their whole lives. Which creates a perspective that cannot easily be seen otherwise. It shows a more whole perspective, by showing the dimension of time.— Michael Currie, October 2019
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- J.J. Carrick introduced Daylight Savings Time while he serving as Mayor of Port Arthur in 1908, making it the first jurisdiction anywhere in the world to use it.
- South Hill Street, Thunder Bay is 1.6 kilometres long and is the address for about 152 detached homes.
- Clyde Currie, has at least 25 step-descendants through his children Marilyn and Allan.
- Ruth Newman won the top prize for her Royal Conservatory piano examination in 1941.
- Neill Currie's bomber's nose was shattered on 27 September 1944, over Germany.
- Sir Arthur Currie is not closely related to Michael Currie.
- The First Millennial Foundation, a non-profit utopian movement to create space colonies, was one of the first organizations to coordinate its activites over the World Wide Web?
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