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Our most popular raft trip is our 12 passenger High-Adventure Whitewater Raft Trip.This big raft offers lots of whitewater fun and is perfect for first-timers, groups and families…a little more raft and a great Canadian experience!River Run pioneered the sport raft program on the Ottawa River over 20 years ago and we can confidently say “we do it best”. Lighter in weight and with extra cross tubes, allowing you and our guides the maximum fun and experience available in whitewater!For the young and “young at heart”, join us for this gentlewhite water rafting trip on the Middle Channel of the river.
This service is available to our clients 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
New York Peace Society, American Peace Society, the Peace Society (of UK), International Workers Association, International Arbitration & Peace Association, Universal Peace Union, Inter-Parliamentary Union, International Peace Bureau, Fellowship of Reconciliation, Women's Peace Party, Women's International League for Friendship & Peace. -- Peace conferences brought together many peacemakers on whom the Nobel Committee bestowed the Nobel Peace Prize -- Henri Durant (1901) | Frdric Passy (1901) | Charles Albert Gobat (1902) | lie Ducommun (1902) | William Randal Cremer (1903) | Bertha von Suttner (1905) | Fredrik Bajer (1908) | Auguste Beernaert (1909)| Paul-Henri-Benjamin d'Estournelles de Constant (1909) | Tobias Asser (1911) | Alfred Hermann Fried (1911) | Elihu Root (1912) | Henri La Fontaine (1913) | Christian Lange (1921) | Austen Chamberlain (1925) | Aristide Briand (1926) | Gustav Stresemann (1926) | Ferdinand Buisson (1927) | Frank Kellogg (1929) | Nathan Sderblom (1930) | Jane Addams (1931) | Nicholas Murray Butler (1931) | Cordell Hull (1945) | Emily Greene Balch (1946) | John R. (Click here for a longer list of peacemakers who attended in the 19th century & early 20th century.) -- Peace conferences tried to end war -- and to stop impending wars. Henry Ford & Andrew Carnegie) invested in peace conferences to stop World War I.
But all attempts failed, and each World War brought an end to most pre-war conferences and peace organizations.
Homonid activity in the Indian sub-continent stretches back over 250,000 years and it is, therefore, one of the oldest inhabited regions on the planet.
Archaeological excavations have discovered artifacts used by early humans, including stone tools, which suggest an extremely early date for human habitation and technology in the area.