Evacuees load on to a United Arab Emirates Air Force Boeing C-17 Globemaster III during the evacuation on 20 August 2021
Afghans fleeing Kabul Airport aboard a US Boeing C-17 Globemaster III during the fall of Kabul
Flag of the Islamic State
1979 Afghan postage stamp commemorating the leftist Saur Revolution
Armed NDS commandos during a mission at the village of Abu Zai in Laghman province, 2013.
US embassy staff arriving in Al Udeid Air Base in Qatar from Afghanistan on 15 August 2021
Taliban militants during the 2021 offensive
IS fighters in Afghanistan with their commander Abu Rashid in the middle during a documentary by Al Jazeera and Euronews inside their territory.
Afghan guerrilla leader Ahmad Shah Massoud (right) with the Pashtun anti-Taliban leader and later Vice President of the Karzai administration, Haji Abdul Qadir
A C-17 evacuating 823 passengers out of Kabul on 15 August
Taliban control of Afghanistan prior to the fall of Kabul
IS fighters who have surrendered after the Battle of Darzab in April 2018
The military situation of the Afghan Civil War in 1996 between the Taliban (red) and the Northern Alliance (blue)
US Army 10th Mountain Division soldiers guarding the apron at Kabul Airport. Crowds of people can be seen in the background.
Evacuees load on to buses to be processed during an evacuation at Hamid Karzai International Airport, Kabul, Afghanistan
Protest in Tehran following the 2020 Kabul University attack
Ahmad Shah Massoud was assassinated by Al-Qaeda in Afghanistan's Takhar Province on 9 September 2001
General Kenneth F. McKenzie Jr. (center), commander of United States Central Command, at Kabul Airport on 17 August 2021
Fleeing civilians aboard a US Air Force transport plane at Kabul Airport on 19 August 2021
Gathering outside Afghan embassy in Tehran to condemn the 2021 Kabul school bombing
Ground Zero in New York following the attacks of 11 September 2001
Evacuees boarding a C-17 Globemaster III at Hamid Karzai International Airport, Afghanistan, 18 August
US Marines with SP-MAGTF-CR-CC at an evacuation checkpoint at Kabul Airport on 21 August
US Army Special Forces and US Air Force Combat Controllers with Northern Alliance troops on horseback, Samangan Province
1st Battalion 8th Marines and Norwegian soldiers processing evacuees at Kabul airport, 20 August
Protest in Rotterdam against the Taliban's take over, 21 August 2021
American and British special forces operators at Tora Bora, 2001
US Marine provides fresh water to a child during an evacuation at Kabul Airport
US President Joe Biden discussing the fall of Kabul with the National Security Council on 18 August 2021
US Humvee crossing water in 2002
US paratroopers of the 1st Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne Division and evacuees at Kabul Airport, 22 August
American, British, and Turkish soldiers assist a child evacuating from Kabul Airport, 20 August 2021
Map detailing the spread of the Taliban insurgency, 2002–2006
Canadian soldier walks through an evacuation checkpoint at Kabul Airport, 24 August. Canada evacuated at least 3,700 people during Operation AEGIS.
Taliban fighters patrolling Kabul in a Humvee, 17 August 2021
US troops board a helicopter in Zabul province, 2003
French soldier speaks with evacuees at Al Udeid Air Base in Qatar, 25 August 2021. The French Armed Forces launched Opération Apagan on 15 August to airlift Afghan evacuees, concluding on 27 August.
Civilians preparing to be airlifted from Kabul Airport, 18 August 2021
A US Navy Corpsman searches for Taliban fighters in Mihtarlam, spring of 2005
Afghan evacuees bow during noon congregational prayer at Ramstein Air Base in Germany on 27 August 2021
The Panjshir Valley
3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment at the Khost-Gardez Pass, 2004
US 82nd Airborne Division paratroopers departing Kabul Airport, 30 August 2021
The Chadori, blue Afghan burqas.
An Apache helicopter provides protection from the air, Lwar Kowndalan in Kandahar, October 2005
Refugee camp at Ramstein Air Base in Germany.
A US Army soldier from 10th Mountain Division, patrols Aranas
Afghan evacuees arrive at Naval Air Station Sigonella in Sicily, 22 August
Swedish Army medic in the Mazar-e Sharif region
A US soldier conducts a mountain patrol in Nuristan Province
US and British troops during a patrol in Helmand Province
Chinooks transporting troops to Bagram
Development of ISAF troop strength
A German Bundeswehr soldier, part of ISAF's Regional Command North at Camp Marmal
Burning hashish seized in Operation Albatross, a combined operation of Afghan officials, NATO and the DEA
Barack Obama with Afghan President Hamid Karzai and Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari in 2009
A US soldier and an Afghan interpreter in Zabul, 2009
Former Taliban fighters turn in their weapons as part of a reintegration program in Ghor Province
UK service members of the Royal Air Force Regiment stop on a road while conducting a combat mission near Kandahar Airfield
Australian and Afghan soldiers patrol the poppy fields in the Baluchi Valley Region, April 2010.
Coalition forces conducting an airdrop in Shahjoy District, Zabul
Troops from the 31st and 33rd Kandak, Afghan National Army, execute a departure for Operation Valley Flood
US soldiers walk by local Afghan boys during a patrol in Gardez
US Army soldiers boarding a Black Hawk in Nari District, near the Pakistani border
An Australian service light armored vehicle drives through Tangi Valley, 29 March 2011
Afghan Army units neutralizes an IED in Sangin, Helmand province
Soldiers from the Michigan Army National Guard and the Latvian Army patrol through a village in Konar province.
Resolute Support Colors presented at Kabul on 28 December 2014, after the ISAF colors are encased
Russian made Mil Mi-8 chopper landing at Forward Operating Base Airborne to deliver mail and supplies
Green Berets of the 10th SFG memorialize two comrades who were killed in action during the Battle of Boz Qandahari on 2–3 November 2016
Actress Scarlett Johansson meets with US service members during a troop engagement at Forward Operation Base Gamberi, Afghanistan, December 2016
US Army soldier in Nangarhar Province, 6 January 2015
TAAC-E advisers in February 2015
A USAF F-16 Fighting Falcon takes off at Bagram Airfield for a combat sortie, 14 March 2016
USAF pilots fly a CH-47 Chinook in Nangarhar, April 2017
Map showing insurgent (white) and government-controlled (red) areas of Afghanistan in January 2019.
US, British and Afghan security forces train together in an aerial reaction force exercise at Camp Qargha in Kabul, 16 January 2018.
US representative Zalmay Khalilzad (left) and Taliban representative Abdul Ghani Baradar (right) sign the Agreement for Bringing Peace to Afghanistan in Doha, Qatar on 29 February 2020
NATO's Resolute Support Mission commander Austin S. Miller alongside US Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin in Afghanistan, March 2021
A map of Afghanistan showing the Taliban offensive
Taliban fighters in Kabul, 17 August 2021
Victims of the Narang night raid that killed at least 10 Afghan civilians, December 2009
Gathering outside Afghan embassy in Tehran to condemn the 2021 Kabul school bombing
Foreign donated clothing being handed out by an Afghan civil officer to children at a refugee camp, 2011
Afghanistan opium poppy cultivation, 1994–2016 (hectares)
A young Afghan girl in Qalat pictured by the 116th Infantry Battalion before receiving school supplies in 2011
Afghan boy murdered on 15 January 2010 by a group of US Army soldiers called the Kill Team
Hamid Karzai and Barack Obama in 2009
Afghan Commandos practice infiltration techniques, 1 April 2010 at Camp Morehead in the outer regions of Kabul.
Soldiers from the Afghan army patrolling a village in Khost Province in 2010
US Marines and ANA soldiers take cover in Marja on 13 February 2010 during their offensive to secure the city from the Taliban.
An Afghan soldier surveying a valley during an anti-Taliban operation
A-29 plane of the Afghan Air Force
A US marine interacting with Afghan children in Helmand Province
22 June 2007 demonstration in Québec City against the Canadian military involvement in Afghanistan
Taliban fighters at a market in Kabul, September 2021. A vendor selling Islamic Emirate flags can be seen.

Large-scale evacuations of foreign citizens and some vulnerable Afghan citizens took place amid the withdrawal of US and NATO forces during the final days of the war in Afghanistan and the Taliban offensive in Afghanistan in 2021.

- 2021 Kabul airlift

The capital city was captured amid the withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan in accordance with the US–Taliban deal to conclude the 2001–2021 war.

- Fall of Kabul (2021)

Subsequent leaders have also been killed; its leader Abdullah Orokzai was captured in April 2020 by Afghanistan's intelligence service.

- Islamic State – Khorasan Province

The Taliban, after the original deadline had expired, and coinciding with the troop withdrawal, launched a broad offensive throughout the summer in which they captured most of Afghanistan, finally taking Kabul on 15 August 2021.

- War in Afghanistan (2001–2021)

The NDS captured Aslam Farooqi, the chief of ISIS-K, on April 4, 2020.

- National Directorate of Security
Ivashka at the 2016 US Open
Two singles players playing a tennis match at the Australian Open
Ivashka playing in the 2022 Monte Carlo Masters

It was primarily organized due to the cancellation of many tournaments during the 2021 ATP Tour and 2021 WTA Tour, because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

- 2021 Astana Open

It was the 105th edition of the event and part of the ATP Tour 250 series of the 2021 ATP Tour.

- 2021 BMW Open

He also reached three other finals with Erlich at the 2021 Open Sud de France in Montpellier losing to the top seeded pair Kontinen/Roger-Vasselin, at the 2021 Astana Open in Nur-Sultan and in 2020 at the Maharashtra Open in Pune.

- Andrei Vasilevski (tennis)

He reached his second semifinal in his career at the 2021 BMW Open in Munich as a qualifier, more than three years after his run to the final four at the 2018 Open 13 in Marseille, in a stunning defeat against the top seed two-time champion and World No. 6 Alexander Zverev for the biggest win of his career.

- Ilya Ivashka

🇧🇾 Ilya Ivashka (27 years, 192 days) – Winston-Salem (draw)

- 2021 ATP Tour
Hudson County municipalities index map
Map of the Water Level Routes of the New York Central Railroad (purple), West Shore Railroad (red) and Erie Canal (blue)
View to West New York, Guttenberg, North Bergen from the Hudson River showing tallest buildings in North Hudson
Satellite image showing the core of the New York metropolitan area. Over 10 million people live in the imaged area. Much of Hudson County is located on the peninsula at left.
A West Shore Railroad three-car train used third-rail electric power between Syracuse and Utica, N. Y., ca. 1911
An 1841 map shows the area as being part of Bergen and still very rural.
Midtown Manhattan, seen across the Hudson River from Hoboken at night
1841 map of parts of Hudson and New York Counties, and the Hudson River
James J. Braddock North Hudson County Park and the Stonehenge
Ferries departing Weehawken Terminal, c. 1900
Embroidery shops in North Hudson
Hudson County and the Palisades, viewed across the Hudson River from Manhattan in the afternoon. The glass building visible is the Javits Center.
Ferries departing the West Shore Railroad's Weehawken Terminal, pre-1900
Woodcliff Treatment Plant at the foot of the Palisades. In the distance off to the right, is the Stonehenge Building rising from the Palisades
Weehawken tunnel and terminal ca. 1900
North Hudson is home to a large Cuban American population
A map of the Hudson River Valley c. 1635 (North is to the right) Hudson County is called Oesters Eylandt, or Oyster Island
1935 bust of Alexander Hamilton
On the western slope overlooking the Meadowlands
Bond of the West Shore Railroad Company, issued 16 January 1903
Alexander Hamilton fights his fatal duel with Aaron Burr.
Historical marker of the Burr-Hamilton duel in Weehawken
North Bergen Town Hall
Various connections (red) made the WS (orange) into a bypass of Albany and Schenectady
Hudson Waterfront, circa 1900
Weehawken dueling grounds historical marker (2004)
McKinley School (left) and North Bergen High School (right)
Freight Schedule (no timetable authority) of New York Central's River Division on the eve of the Penn Central merger.
Immigrants arriving at Ellis Island, 1902
Weehawken Town Hall
Westbound Route 495 at the New Jersey Turnpike (I-95) in North Bergen
Diagrammatic map of New York Central's River Division on the eve of the Penn Central merger, from Employee Timetable No.22, effective 1967-11-05.
Bergenline Avenue then and now: Facing south toward 32nd Street, circa 1900 (left), and in 2010 (right).
Westbound Route 495 in Weehawken
The Tonnelle Avenue Light Rail station
The former Albany (New York) Union Station building
Bayonne Bridge at sunset
The Port Imperial stop on the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail
Kingston Station
New Jersey-New York border in the newly constructed Holland Tunnel.
Original town hall at foot of Shippen Street steps undergoing renovation and transformation to local history museum
Newburgh Station
Roosevelt Stadium entrance circa 1940
View from Hamilton Park
West Point station's interior
India Square, Jersey City, known as Bombaytown or Little Bombay, home to the highest concentration of Asian Indians in the Western Hemisphere.
Water Tower
Justice William J. Brennan Jr. Courthouse
Public Library
Administration Building
9/11 Memorial
Edwin A. Stevens Building
Bergenline Station at 49th Street between Bergenline Avenue and Kennedy Boulevard at the border of Union City, West New York and North Bergen
Exchange Place
CRRNJ Terminal in Liberty State Park, with ferry slips in foreground
Reservoir#3
Liberty Science Center in Liberty State Park, Jersey City

Weehawken is a township in the northern part of Hudson County, New Jersey, United States.

- Weehawken, New Jersey

North Bergen is a township in the northern part of Hudson County, New Jersey, United States.

- North Bergen, New Jersey

The West Shore Railroad was the final name of a railroad that ran from Weehawken, New Jersey, on the west bank of the Hudson River opposite New York City, north to Albany, New York, and then west to Buffalo.

- West Shore Railroad

North Hudson is the area in the northern part of Hudson County, New Jersey, situated on the west bank of the Hudson River, mostly atop the Hudson Palisades.

- North Hudson, New Jersey

North Hudson and West Hudson each comprise municipalities in their distinct areas.

- Hudson County, New Jersey
View to West New York, Guttenberg, North Bergen from the Hudson River showing tallest buildings in North Hudson
Hudson County municipalities index map
On Shippen Street off of Hackensack Plank Road
An 1841 map shows the area as being part of Bergen and still very rural.
Satellite image showing the core of the New York metropolitan area. Over 10 million people live in the imaged area. Much of Hudson County is located on the peninsula at left.
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Embroidery shops in North Hudson
James J. Braddock North Hudson County Park and the Stonehenge
1841 map of parts of Hudson and New York Counties, and the Hudson River
Midtown Manhattan, seen across the Hudson River from Hoboken at night
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North Hudson is home to a large Cuban American population
Woodcliff Treatment Plant at the foot of the Palisades. In the distance off to the right, is the Stonehenge Building rising from the Palisades
Ferries departing the West Shore Railroad's Weehawken Terminal, pre-1900
Hudson County and the Palisades, viewed across the Hudson River from Manhattan in the afternoon. The glass building visible is the Javits Center.
On the western slope overlooking the Meadowlands
1935 bust of Alexander Hamilton
A map of the Hudson River Valley c. 1635 (North is to the right) Hudson County is called Oesters Eylandt, or Oyster Island
North Bergen Town Hall
Historical marker of the Burr-Hamilton duel in Weehawken
Alexander Hamilton fights his fatal duel with Aaron Burr.
McKinley School (left) and North Bergen High School (right)
Weehawken dueling grounds historical marker (2004)
Hudson Waterfront, circa 1900
Westbound Route 495 at the New Jersey Turnpike (I-95) in North Bergen
Weehawken Town Hall
Immigrants arriving at Ellis Island, 1902
The Tonnelle Avenue Light Rail station
Westbound Route 495 in Weehawken
Bergenline Avenue then and now: Facing south toward 32nd Street, circa 1900 (left), and in 2010 (right).
The Port Imperial stop on the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail
Bayonne Bridge at sunset
Original town hall at foot of Shippen Street steps undergoing renovation and transformation to local history museum
New Jersey-New York border in the newly constructed Holland Tunnel.
View from Hamilton Park
Roosevelt Stadium entrance circa 1940
Water Tower
India Square, Jersey City, known as Bombaytown or Little Bombay, home to the highest concentration of Asian Indians in the Western Hemisphere.
Public Library
Justice William J. Brennan Jr. Courthouse
9/11 Memorial
Administration Building
Edwin A. Stevens Building
Bergenline Station at 49th Street between Bergenline Avenue and Kennedy Boulevard at the border of Union City, West New York and North Bergen
Exchange Place
CRRNJ Terminal in Liberty State Park, with ferry slips in foreground
Reservoir#3
Liberty Science Center in Liberty State Park, Jersey City

North Hudson is the area in the northern part of Hudson County, New Jersey, situated on the west bank of the Hudson River, mostly atop the Hudson Palisades.

- North Hudson, New Jersey

North Bergen is a township in the northern part of Hudson County, New Jersey, United States.

- North Bergen, New Jersey

Weehawken is a township in the northern part of Hudson County, New Jersey, United States.

- Weehawken, New Jersey

In North Hudson, the route begins today in lower Weehawken at the town line and rail tracks now used by the Hudson Bergen Light Rail.

- Hackensack Plank Road

North Hudson and West Hudson each comprise municipalities in their distinct areas.

- Hudson County, New Jersey
View to West New York, Guttenberg, North Bergen from the Hudson River showing tallest buildings in North Hudson
On Shippen Street off of Hackensack Plank Road
Hudson County municipalities index map
An 1841 map shows the area as being part of Bergen and still very rural.
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Satellite image showing the core of the New York metropolitan area. Over 10 million people live in the imaged area. Much of Hudson County is located on the peninsula at left.
Embroidery shops in North Hudson
James J. Braddock North Hudson County Park and the Stonehenge
Sign marking Union City's southern border with Jersey City
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Midtown Manhattan, seen across the Hudson River from Hoboken at night
North Hudson is home to a large Cuban American population
Woodcliff Treatment Plant at the foot of the Palisades. In the distance off to the right, is the Stonehenge Building rising from the Palisades
Embroidery and lace exhibit at Union City's Park Performing Arts Center
Hudson County and the Palisades, viewed across the Hudson River from Manhattan in the afternoon. The glass building visible is the Javits Center.
On the western slope overlooking the Meadowlands
The name of the city's first high-rise condominium tower, the Thread, invokes its historical association with the embroidery industry.
A map of the Hudson River Valley c. 1635 (North is to the right) Hudson County is called Oesters Eylandt, or Oyster Island
North Bergen Town Hall
Revelers during the 2010 Cuban Day Parade on Bergenline Avenue
Alexander Hamilton fights his fatal duel with Aaron Burr.
McKinley School (left) and North Bergen High School (right)
Bergenline Avenue then and now: Facing south toward 32nd Street, circa 1900 (left), and in 2010 (right)
Hudson Waterfront, circa 1900
Westbound Route 495 at the New Jersey Turnpike (I-95) in North Bergen
Transfer Station was once an interchange for trolleys and buses.
Immigrants arriving at Ellis Island, 1902
The Tonnelle Avenue Light Rail station
Mayor Brian P. Stack also serves as state senator.
Bergenline Avenue then and now: Facing south toward 32nd Street, circa 1900 (left), and in 2010 (right).
City Hall
Bayonne Bridge at sunset
View east along Route 495 in Union City
New Jersey-New York border in the newly constructed Holland Tunnel.
The Hudson-Bergen Light Rail station on Bergenline Avenue at 48th Street
Roosevelt Stadium entrance circa 1940
Union City High School
India Square, Jersey City, known as Bombaytown or Little Bombay, home to the highest concentration of Asian Indians in the Western Hemisphere.
Mother Seton Interparochial School (left) and Miftaahul Uloom Academy, a Pre-K to 12th grade Islamic school (right), are both located on 15th Street.
Justice William J. Brennan Jr. Courthouse
Hudson Presbyterian Church
Administration Building
José Martí Freshman Academy and Union City Public Library
Edwin A. Stevens Building
Celia Cruz Park was constructed in tribute to Cuban-American salsa singer Celia Cruz and other Latin stars.
Bergenline Station at 49th Street between Bergenline Avenue and Kennedy Boulevard at the border of Union City, West New York and North Bergen
Spectators viewing the aftermath of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks from Doric Park. The park was later turned into Firefighter's Memorial Park.
Exchange Place
Artwork at the Union City Multi-Arts Festival
CRRNJ Terminal in Liberty State Park, with ferry slips in foreground
Reservoir#3
Liberty Science Center in Liberty State Park, Jersey City

North Hudson is the area in the northern part of Hudson County, New Jersey, situated on the west bank of the Hudson River, mostly atop the Hudson Palisades.

- North Hudson, New Jersey

North Bergen is a township in the northern part of Hudson County, New Jersey, United States.

- North Bergen, New Jersey

Union City is a city in the northern part of Hudson County, New Jersey, United States.

- Union City, New Jersey

In North Hudson, the route begins today in lower Weehawken at the town line and rail tracks now used by the Hudson Bergen Light Rail.

- Hackensack Plank Road

North Hudson and West Hudson each comprise municipalities in their distinct areas.

- Hudson County, New Jersey
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The Senate Chamber of Parliament Hill in Ottawa.
The Queen of Canada
The main doorway into the chamber of the House of Commons
Population per senator in each region. A redder hue indicates that the region is overrepresented, and a greener hue indicates that the region is underrepresented.
The Senate
The chamber of the House of Commons; the Speaker's chair is front and centre in the room.
Centre Block, seen from the south east corner
The chamber of the House of Commons; the speaker's chair is at the rear and centre in the room.
Canadian Senate seat count in each Province
The House of Commons
Plaque at the western entrance of the Centre Block of Parliament Hill
Confederation Hall
The Centre Block in Ottawa, where the House of Commons met until 13 December 2018.
The Senate of Canada
Usher of the black rod, Kevin S. MacLeod, before the thrones in the Senate chamber, 2009
Arcaded arches in the west bay of Confederation Hall, the tympanums displaying the escutcheon of, left to right, Ontario, Canada, and Quebec
The governing party sits to the Speaker's right in the House of Commons.
The Senate of Canada
Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip at the opening of Parliament, 14 October 1957
Hall of Honour, running between the Library of Parliament and Confederation Hall
House of Commons Chamber after desks were removed for renovations, December 2018.
King George VI, with Queen Elizabeth, grants Royal Assent to bills in the Senate chamber, 1939
Hall of Honour before the carving of its corbels between 1947 and 1949
The burning of the Parliament in Montreal, 1849
Canadian Senate Chamber
The first session of the House of Commons in its temporary location at the Victoria Memorial Museum, 18 March 1918
Gold leaf and painted coffers of the Senate chamber ceiling
The Diamond Jubilee Window in the Senate foyer
Commons chamber
Main door to the House of Commons, as seen from the commons foyer
The ceiling of the House of Commons foyer
The Ghosts of Vimy Ridge by Will Longstaff
Centre Block under construction in 1863
Centre Block as it appeared prior to 1916
Centre Block ablaze in 1916
Centre Block under reconstruction, 1 June 1916
View of the Centre Block from Gatineau, Quebec.

The House of Commons of Canada (Chambre des communes du Canada) is the lower house of the Parliament of Canada.

- House of Commons of Canada

The Senate of Canada (Sénat du Canada) is the upper house of the Parliament of Canada.

- Senate of Canada

The Parliament of Canada (Parlement du Canada) is the federal legislature of Canada, seated at Parliament Hill in Ottawa, and is composed of three parts: the monarch, the Senate, and the House of Commons.

- Parliament of Canada

The speaker of the House of Commons (président de la Chambre des communes) is the presiding officer of the lower house of the Parliament of Canada.

- Speaker of the House of Commons (Canada)

The Centre Block (Édifice du Centre) is the main building of the Canadian parliamentary complex on Parliament Hill, in Ottawa, Ontario, containing the original House of Commons and Senate chambers, as well as the offices of a number of members of parliament, senators, and senior administration for both legislative houses.

- Centre Block
Kate McGarrigle at the 2008 Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame gala
Tom Thomson
The Saskatchewan Roughriders celebrate their Grey Cup victory
Fay Wray – Publicity photo, ca. 1930
Howard Ferguson
Yvonne De Carlo died January 8
Oscar Peterson died December 23

Events from the year 2007 in Canada.

- 2007 in Canada

1870s: 1870 - 1871 - 1872 - 1873 - 1874 - 1875 - 1876 - 1877 - 1878 - 1879

- List of years in Canada

July 23 – Aimé Boucher, politician and notary (died 1946)

- 1877 in Canada

March 5 – Richard Bell, musician (d.2007)

- 1946 in Canada

December 12 – Fleurette Beauchamp-Huppé, pianist, soprano and teacher (d.2007)

- 1907 in Canada
On Shippen Street off of Hackensack Plank Road
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James J. Braddock North Hudson County Park and the Stonehenge
1841 map of parts of Hudson and New York Counties, and the Hudson River
The Hudson River during the 1880s, offshore from Hoboken and Jersey City
Sign marking Union City's southern border with Jersey City
Woodcliff Treatment Plant at the foot of the Palisades. In the distance off to the right, is the Stonehenge Building rising from the Palisades
Ferries departing the West Shore Railroad's Weehawken Terminal, pre-1900
Early baseball game played at Elysian Fields, Hoboken (Currier & Ives lithograph)
Embroidery and lace exhibit at Union City's Park Performing Arts Center
On the western slope overlooking the Meadowlands
1935 bust of Alexander Hamilton
A historical marker stands at the intersection of 11th and Washington Streets, former site of Elysian Fields
The name of the city's first high-rise condominium tower, the Thread, invokes its historical association with the embroidery industry.
North Bergen Town Hall
Historical marker of the Burr-Hamilton duel in Weehawken
The Keuffel and Esser Manufacturing Complex was converted into residential apartments in 1975.
Revelers during the 2010 Cuban Day Parade on Bergenline Avenue
McKinley School (left) and North Bergen High School (right)
Weehawken dueling grounds historical marker (2004)
Aerial view of Hoboken Terminal, 2004
Bergenline Avenue then and now: Facing south toward 32nd Street, circa 1900 (left), and in 2010 (right)
Westbound Route 495 at the New Jersey Turnpike (I-95) in North Bergen
Weehawken Town Hall
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Transfer Station was once an interchange for trolleys and buses.
The Tonnelle Avenue Light Rail station
Westbound Route 495 in Weehawken
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Mayor Brian P. Stack also serves as state senator.
The Port Imperial stop on the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail
Image of Hoboken taken by NASA, with Hoboken outlined in red
City Hall
Original town hall at foot of Shippen Street steps undergoing renovation and transformation to local history museum
Lower Frank Sinatra Drive
View east along Route 495 in Union City
View from Hamilton Park
Clock at Eleventh Street
The Hudson-Bergen Light Rail station on Bergenline Avenue at 48th Street
Water Tower
Hoboken City Hall, on Washington Street between First Street and Newark Street
Union City High School
Public Library
Hoboken Post Office
Mother Seton Interparochial School (left) and Miftaahul Uloom Academy, a Pre-K to 12th grade Islamic school (right), are both located on 15th Street.
9/11 Memorial
Fire Station #1 on Washington Street
Hudson Presbyterian Church
Hudson Bike Share
José Martí Freshman Academy and Union City Public Library
The trackage of Hoboken Terminal
Celia Cruz Park was constructed in tribute to Cuban-American salsa singer Celia Cruz and other Latin stars.
The 14th Street and Wing Viaducts connect Hoboken, Jersey City Heights and North Hudson.
Spectators viewing the aftermath of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks from Doric Park. The park was later turned into Firefighter's Memorial Park.
View east along the 14th Street Viaduct entering Hoboken
Artwork at the Union City Multi-Arts Festival
Hoboken High School
The Castle Gatehouse at Stevens Institute of Technology
Carlo's Bake Shop, which is the setting for the reality television show Cake Boss, is now a local tourist attraction.
Hoboken in 1854
Birds eye view of Hoboken in 1860
A stereoscopic image of ferries at Hoboken, 1865
Bird's eye view of Hoboken, looking south from the vicinity of Stevens Institute circa 1890
Upper Bloomfield Street between 9th and 10th (1900)
Hoboken Terminal shortly after it opened in 1907
Great Ocean Liners at the Docks in 1915, just prior to the U.S. entry into World War I

The Hackensack Plank Road, also known as Bergen Turnpike, was a major artery which connected the cities of Hoboken and Hackensack, New Jersey.

- Hackensack Plank Road

Originally part of Bergen Township and later North Bergen Township, it became a separate township in 1849 and was incorporated as a city in 1855.

- Hoboken, New Jersey

Weehawken was formed as a township by an act of the New Jersey Legislature, on March 15, 1859, from portions of Hoboken and North Bergen.

- Weehawken, New Jersey

While settlement was sparse, communities developed along the Bergen Turnpike at the Three Pigeons and Maisland, later New Durham.

- North Bergen, New Jersey

The New Jersey legislature created Hudson County in 1840, and in 1843, it was divided into two townships: Old Bergen Township (which eventually became Jersey City) and North Bergen Township, which was gradually separated into Hudson County's present day municipalities: Hoboken in 1849, Weehawken and Guttenberg in 1859, and West Hoboken and Union Township.

- Union City, New Jersey
Kudermetova at the 2019 French Open
Bencic at the 2020 Australian Open
Kenin at the 2021 French Open
Riske at the 2019 French Open
Kudermetova at the 2019 French Open
Kudermetova at the 2022 French Open
Bencic at the 2013 US Open
Kenin with the USTA Girls' 18s National Championship trophy
Alison Riske in action during the 2010 Stanford Classic
Kudermetova at 2018 French Open
Bencic at the 2014 Italian Open
Kenin at the 2015 US Open
Riske at the 2016 US Open
Bencic at the 2015 Sydney International
Kenin (left) and Barbora Strýcová in the 2018 Fed Cup final
Riske at the 2019 Wimbledon Championships where she advanced to her first Grand Slam QF
Bencic at the 2016 Eastbourne International
Kenin (right) with the 2014 Junior Fed Cup champion United States team
Bencic at the 2018 Washington Open
Bencic serving

Veronika Kudermetova defeated Danka Kovinić in the final, 6–4, 6–2, to win the singles tennis title at the 2021 Charleston Open.

- 2021 Volvo Car Open – Singles

She has had numerous career wins over current and former top 10-players such as Barty, Elina Svitolina, Sloane Stephens, Petra Kvitová, Agnieszka Radwańska, Kiki Bertens, Naomi Osaka, Belinda Bencic, Flavia Pennetta, Garbiñe Muguruza, Daria Kasatkina, Angelique Kerber, and Julia Görges.

- Alison Riske

Furthermore, she stunned Belinda Bencic in her next match, reaching her first WTA quarterfinal.

- Veronika Kudermetova

Bencic closed out the year by reaching her first career WTA tournament final at the Tianjin Open, where she finished runner-up to Alison Riske.

- Belinda Bencic

She saved three championship points in the second set of the final against No. 13 Belinda Bencic before coming from behind to win the match.

- Sofia Kenin
Trump at the 2015 World Championship
Ding at the 2015 German Masters
Perry at the 2016 Paul Hunter Classic
Four-time world champion Mark Selby playing at a practice table during the 2012 Masters tournament
2014 German Masters
Mark Selby (left) and Ding at the World Series of Snooker in Moscow, 2008
Perry at the 2014 German Masters
Marshall Arena (Milton Keynes)
Trump after winning the 2016 European Masters in Bucharest
Ding Junhui at the 2013 German Masters
Perry at the 2015 German Masters
Ding with the 2014 German Masters trophy
Ding Junhui at 2015 German Masters
Ding interacting with fans in 2016

Judd Trump won the tournament for a third time, beating Jack Lisowski 10–7 to claim his 20th ranking title.

- 2020 World Grand Prix (2020–21 season)

Perry claimed his second ranking title at the 2022 Welsh Open by defeating Judd Trump 9–5 in the final.

- Joe Perry (snooker player)

Judd Trump was the defending champion after defeating Neil Robertson 9–6 in the 2020 final.

- 2021 German Masters

In the wildcard round, he beat the world number 16 player Joe Perry.

- Ding Junhui

At the Grand Prix, he benefited from Graeme Dott's withdrawal before defeating Joe Perry 5–2 in the last 16, despite Perry feeling that he had outplayed Trump, who himself admitted to not having played well.

- Judd Trump