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  20th International Conference on Criminal Law, Justice and Crime
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ICCLJC 2018 : 20th International Conference on Criminal Law, Justice and Crime Toronto, Canada June 21 - 22, 2018 The ICCLJC 2018: 20th International Conference on Criminal Law, Justice and Crime aims to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results on all aspects of Criminal Law, Justice and Crime. It also provides a premier interdisciplinary platform for researchers, practitioners and educators to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns as well as practical challenges encountered and solutions adopted in the fields of Criminal Law, Justice and Crime. For more information or to register, please visit https://www.waset.org/conference/2018/06/toronto/ICCLJC

First Nations Day - Canadian Native People
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Canadian First Nations (Indian, Metis and Inuit) most sacred day on the summer solstice. Communities hold feasts and invite guests.

Freysfest (Freysblot) - Asatru
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A minor Blot (holiday - pronounced "Bloats") held as a help to Frej during the height of the growing season.

Hong Kong, Taiwan - Dragon Boat Festival
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Hong Kong, Taiwan - Dragon Boat Festival

Litha - Wicca
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Wicca celebration of the sacred marriage in which energy of the gods is poured into the service of life.

Litha Summer Solstice - Wicca/Neo Pagan
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On this day, typically JUN-21, the daytime hours are at a maximum in the Northern hemisphere, and night time is at a minimum. It is officially the first day of summer. It is also referred to as Midsummer because it is roughly the middle of the growing season throughout much of Europe. "Solstice" is derived from two Latin words: "sol" meaning sun, and "sistere," to cause to stand still. This is because, as the summer solstice approaches, the noonday sun rises higher and higher in the sky on each successive day. On the day of the solstice, it rises an imperceptible amount, compared to the day before. In this sense, it "stands still."

Missummer (Midsumarsblot) - Asatru
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A celebration of the Summer Solstice, when the power of the Sun is at its height. It was at this time that most foreign trade was conducted, as well as shipping, fishing expeditions, and raiding activity. It was not without its dark side. Midsummer was recognized as the longest day of the year; thus, the year begins to age after this time and the days grow progressively shorter.

National Aboriginal Day
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Canadian First Nations (Indian, Metis and Inuit) most sacred day on the summer solstice. Communities hold feasts and invite guests.

Summer Solstice - Modern Satanism
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The First Day of Summer. Day of celebrating ones sense of humor. The Druidic Alban Heruin.

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