The Machine has relocated to Toronto and will play out of the old Maple Leaf Gardens, which is now called the Mattamy Athletic Centre.
What does MPG stand for?
MPG stands for Maple Leaf Garden
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- Minimally Processed Fruit and Vegetable Products (North American Free Trade Agreement)
- Mongolian Peoples' Federation for World Peace
- Macintosh Product Guide
- Maestro Projects Group (software vendor; Fiserv; Malvern, PA)
- Magazine Promotion Group
- Management Procedures and Guidelines
- Managing Personal Growth (Blessing White)
- Manöverpatronengerät (German: Blank-firing adaptor)
- Manual Pulse Generator (CNC machine tool)
- Manufactured Products Group (Davisburg, MI)
- Max Planck Gesellschaft (Germany)
- Max Planck Gymnasium (gaming)
- McCallum Print Group (Seattle, WA)
- Mean Plasma Glucose (blood level calculation)
- Media Production Group (various organizations)
- Medical Physics Group (various locations)
- Medium Particle Gun (gaming, Missionforce: Cyberstorm)
- Medizinproduktegesetz (German law, transposing EU-Guidelines for medical devices)
- Meeting Professionals Guide (publication; various locations)
- Mega Property Group (Australia)
Samples in periodicals archive:
James Cathedral, the establishment of a market building in 19th-century York (as Toronto was then called); the construction of the Maple Leaf Gardens building in Toronto; the popularity of Brutalist style in public buildings; and big-box commercial buildings.
Maple Leaf Gardens, the legendary home of the National Hockey League's Toronto Maple Leafs from 1931 to 1999, will reopen next May for the first time as an athletic complex for Ryerson University.
Toronto was next on the list in this travelling road show, and Harold Ballard, the part owner of Maple Leaf Gardens, had no problem, but by now the American pay--for--view companies had pulled out and refused to televise the fight in the United States.
The fans could have set Maple Leaf Gardens on fire for all the Kings cared.
The first was presented in 1951 when, as Princess Elizabeth, she started an exhibition match at Toronto's Maple Leaf Gardens.
Tales of shooting at the Long Branch Ranges (now part of Mississauga), the memories of the 48th Band marching in the Santa Claus Parade, and of a Guard at the 1931 opening of Maple Leaf Gardens show just how much the 48th is considered "Toronto's Own" by her populous.
I've been thinking about my dad a lot these days -- thoughts precipitated by the demise of Maple Leaf Gardens as the venue for the Toronto Maple Leafs hockey team and, more recently, the announcement that the building itself will be torn down.