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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: Chapter 56: Building in Nova Scotia, Education and Research in Nova Scotia, Cape Breton Island, Geography (Nova Scotia), Halifax (Nova Scotia), National Historic Site of Canada (Nova Scotia), Politics (Nova Scotia), Religion (Nova Scotia), sport (Nova Scotia), traffic (Nova Scotia), economy (Nova Scotia), Annapolis Valley, Ice Hockey World Championship for women 2004, List of Canadian Senators from Nova Scotia, Dalhousie University, Canoe Racing World Championship 2009, Sable Island, Halifax Explosion, Louisbourg, 1990 World Figure Skating Championships, NSCAD University, Halifax "Robert L. Stanfield" Airport, Nova Scotia House of Representatives, Bras d'Or Lake, Nor'easter, Annapolis tidal power station, Bay of Fundy, Richard Graves MacDonnell, Halifax Mooseheads, Traditional Music on Cape Breton, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia Museum, Intercolonial Railway, Jazz Aviation, Cape Breton Oilers, Halifax Metro Center, Cape Breton Screaming Eagles, Dartmouth, Riverside Speedway, No. va Scotia Oilers, Order of Nova Scotia, Cape Breton Highlands National Park, Archdiocese of Halifax, Halifax Citadels, Nova Scotia Voyageurs, The Rankin Family, Cabotstrasse, Bedford Institute of Oceanography, St. Paul's Church, Kejimkujik National Park, Diocese of Antigonish, Windsor Pumpkin Regatta, Point Pleasant Park, Harvey Veniot, CanJet Airlines, Halifax List, Baddeck, Nova Scotia Coat of Arms, Center 200, Nautel, Fairview Cemetery, Purdy's Wharf, Yarmouth Diocese, Saint Francis Xavier University, Clock Tower of Halifax, Peggy's Point Lighthouse, Five Islands, Sydney, Cape Breton Highlands, Northumberland Strait, Ch├ęticamp, Cabot Trail, Flag of Nova Scotia, Acadia University, North Sydney, Saint Mary's University Halifax, Angus L. Macdonald Bridge, Judique, A. Murray MacKay Bridge, Cape Breton Regional Municipality, St. Mary's Basilica, 101.5 The Hawk, Inverness, Halifax City Hall, Halifax G7 Summit 1995, Pier 21, Alexander Keith's. Excerpt: The 9th Women's Ice Hockey World Championships in 2004 were held at the following locations: World Championships: March 30th to April 6th, 2004 in Halifax and Dartmouth (Canada) Division I: March 14th to 20th, 2004 in Ventspils (Latvia ) Division II: March 14th to 20th, 2004 in Sterzing (Italy) Division III: March 21st to March 28th, 2004 in Maribor (Slovenia) A total of 27 teams took part in the four tournaments of the World Cup. From March 30th to April 6th, 2004, the top division of the Women's World Championship was held in Halifax and Dartmouth, Canada. The game was played at the Halifax Metro Center and Dartmouth Sportsplex. Due to the World Cup that was canceled last year, nine teams took part in this tournament this year. The Canadian women's national ice hockey team was world champion of 2004, ahead of the United States and Finland. For Canada it was the eighth title win at the eighth World Cup. However, there was the first World Cup defeat for the Canadians against the USA in the preliminary round. The game was played in three preliminary round groups A-C. The first in the preliminary round played the finalists in qualifying round D, the second in the preliminary round fought for the second participant in the game for third place (against the third in qualifying round D) and in qualifying round F the third in the preliminary round played against relegation and for placement. Since the World Cup group should be reduced to eight teams again, there were ...

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