Staunton, Ontario

Staunton
Staunton is an unincorporated place and railway point in Unorganized Thunder Bay District in northwestern Ontario, Canada. It is on the Canadian National Railway transcontinental main line, between Savant Lake to the west and Flindt Landing to the east, has a passing track, and is passed but not served by Via Rail transcontinental Canadian trains.

Millidge, Ontario

Millidge
Millidge is an unincorporated place and railway point in Unorganized Kenora District in northwestern Ontario, Canada. It is on the Canadian National Railway transcontinental main line, between Richan to the west and Sunstrum to the east, has a passing track, and is passed but not served by Via Rail transcontinental Canadian trains.

Wade, Ontario

Wade
Wade is an unincorporated place and railway point in Unorganized Kenora District in northwestern Ontario, Canada. It lies on the Canadian National Railway transcontinental main line, between Ottermere to the west and Minaki to the east, has a passing track, and is passed but not served by Via Rail transcontinental Canadian trains.

Kingsville Township, Ashtabula County, Ohio

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Kingsville Township is one of the twenty-seven townships of Ashtabula County, Ohio, United States. The 2010 census found 1,766 people in the township. Located on the northeastern edge of the county along Lake Erie, it borders the following townships and city: The Canadian province of Ontario lies across Lake Erie to the north. The northern part of Kingsville Township is occupied by the village of North Kingsville, and the unincorporated community of Kingsville lies in the center of the township. It is the only Kingsville Township statewide. The township was named for a resident of Conneaut named King, who paid early settlers four gallons of whiskey to name the township for him.

Wilgar, Ontario

Wilgar
Wilgar is an unincorporated place and railway point in geographic Henderson Township in Unorganized North Cochrane District in northeastern Ontario, Canada. It is on a now abandoned portion of the Canadian National Railway main line originally constructed as the National Transcontinental Railway transcontinental main line, between the railway points of Flintdale to the west and Pagwa to the east. Wilgar is also on the Bicknell River, part of the James Bay drainage basin, which flows via the Pagwachuan River, Kenogami River and Albany River to James Bay.

Sunstrum, Ontario

Sunstrum
Sunstrum is an unincorporated place and railway point in Unorganized Kenora District in northwestern Ontario, Canada. It is on the Canadian National Railway transcontinental main line, between Millidge to the west and Taggart to the east, and is passed but not served by Via Rail transcontinental Canadian trains.

Lash, Ontario

Lash
Lash is an unincorporated place and railway point in Unorganized Kenora District in northwestern Ontario, Canada. It is on the Canadian National Railway transcontinental main line, between Red Lake Road to the west and Morgan to the east, and is passed but not served by Via Rail transcontinental Canadian trains.

White, Ontario

White
White is an unincorporated place and railway point in Unorganized Kenora District in northwestern Ontario, Canada. The place lies on the Canadian National Railway transcontinental main line, between Rice Lake to the west and Copelands Landing to the east, and is passed but not served by Via Rail transcontinental Canadian trains.

Laclu, Ontario

Laclu
Laclu is the name of two adjacent places, one an unincorporated area and locality and the other an unincorporated area and railway point, in Unorganized Kenora District in northwestern Ontario, Canada. Both are just west of the city of Kenora on Lake Lulu, into which flows Laclu Creek; the locality is on the north side and the railway point on the southeast side. Ontario Highway 641 passes through the locality. The railway point lies on the Canadian Pacific Railway transcontinental main line, between Busteed to the west and Keewatin (part of the city of Kenora) to the east, and has a passing track.

Taggart, Ontario

Taggart
Taggart is an unincorporated place and railway point in Unorganized Kenora District in northwestern Ontario, Canada. It is on the Canadian National Railway transcontinental main line, between Sunstrum to the west and Webster to the east, and is passed but not served by Via Rail transcontinental Canadian trains.

Dane, Ontario

Dane
Dane is an unincorporated community in the Canadian province of Ontario, located within the Unorganized, West Part division of Timiskaming District. The community is spread along Highway 650 and along Highway 112 at the intersection of these two roads.

Rice Lake, Ontario

Rice Lake
Rice Lake is an unincorporated place and railway point in geographic Rice Township in Unorganized Kenora District in northwestern Ontario, Canada, 2.5 km east of the border with the province of Manitoba. Rice Lake railway station is in the community. The station is on the Canadian National Railway transcontinental main line, between the Manitoba border to the west and White to the east, and is served by Via Rail transcontinental Canadian trains.

Paisley, Ontario

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Paisley is an unincorporated community and village in the municipality of Arran–Elderslie, Bruce County in Southwestern Ontario, Canada. Paisley is defined by its position at the confluence of the Saugeen River and the Teeswater River, and at the junction of Bruce Roads 1, 11, and 3. Paisley began with the settlement in 1851 of Simon Orchard and Samuel T. Rowe at the site of what would become the village of Paisley. The village was named in 1856 after Paisley, Renfrewshire in Scotland. * Alexander James McPhail, an agricultural reformer, was born in Paisley in 1883. Marshall Kay, a paleontologist prominently involved with the study of continental drift, was born in Paisley in 1904.

Groundhog River

The Groundhog River is a river in Cochrane District and Sudbury District in Northeastern Ontario, Canada. The river is in the James Bay drainage basin and is a left tributary of the Mattagami River. The river begins at Horwood Lake in geographic Keith Township in the Unorganized North Part of Sudbury District.

Munsee-Delaware Nation

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Thomas, in southwest Ontario, Canada. Known previously as the Munsee of the Thames, their land base is the 1054 ha Munsee-Delaware Nation 1 reserve, with the unincorporated community of Muncey (west from the Oneida Nation of the Thames) as their main community. The reserve is splintered into several non-contiguous areas, made up of individual lots within the Chippewas of the Thames reserve. As of January 2014, their registered population was 612 people, though only 148 lived on their own reserve. Members of the Munsee branch of the Lenape (Delaware) nation arrived in the area in the eighteenth century.

Savant Lake

Until 1959, the main form of transportation was dog teams until Ontario Highway 599 was completed. In 1973, Hydro (electricity) was brought in. Savant Lake is on Ontario Highway 599, roughly halfway between Ignace and Pickle Lake. The community is also connected to Sioux Lookout via Ontario Highway 516, and is the proposed northern terminus of an extension of Ontario Highway 811, if the extension is ever built. Savant Lake is on the Canadian National Railway transcontinental main line, between Fowler to the west and Staunton to the east. Savant Lake railway station is on the line and is served by Via Rail transcontinental Canadian trains.

List of populated islands of the Great Lakes

Populated islands of the Great Lakes
It lies about 32 miles (50 km) from the city of Charlevoix on the mainland, and can be reached by air or boat. St. James is the name of the unincorporated community on the island, which has a population of 551. [http://factfinder.census.gov/servlet/DTTable?

Mammamattawa, Ontario

Mammamattawa
Mammamattawa is an unincorporated place and community in the Unorganized North Part of Cochrane District in northeastern Ontario, Canada. It is located at the confluence of the Kenogami River with the Kabinakagami River, and just 2 kilometres downstream of the mouth of the Nagagami River, in the James Bay drainage basin. The Constance Lake First Nation operates a camp at Mammamattawa. The first inland post of the Hudson's Bay Company, named Henley House, was established at the confluence of the Kenogami River and Albany River in 1743. A new post was established in 1884 at the confluence of the Kenogami River and the Kabinakagami River.

Norris, Ontario

Norris
Norris is a Railway point and unincorporated geographic township located in Algoma District, Northeastern Ontario, Canada. The community is counted as part of the Unorganized North Algoma District in Canadian census data. Norris is on the Algoma Central Railway line, between the communities of Oba to the south and Kennedy to the north, and has a passing track. Other map sources: *

Poplar River (Nipissing District)

Poplar River
The Poplar River is a river in the Unorganized North part of Nipissing District in northeastern Ontario, Canada. It is in the Great Lakes Basin. The Poplar River begins at Poplar Lake in geographic Gladman Township and flows 2 km south to its mouth at Bear Lake in geographic Hammell Townwship. Bear Lake flows via Tilden Lake, the Tomiko River, the Sturgeon River, Lake Nipissing and the French River to Georgian Bay on Lake Huron. *

Jerome Mine, Ontario

Jerome Mine
Jerome Mine is an unincorporated area and ghost town in the Unorganized North Part of Sudbury District in northeastern Ontario, Canada. It was a short-lived mining community and is located on Lake Opeepeesway. Established in 1937 to house gold mine workers, the community had a population of 150 at its peak but was abandoned by 1945 after the mine ceased operations. The nearby community of Ramsey, also established as a company town for workers in the same mine, survived until 1988 as a lumber town. The townsite is accessible via the Sultan Industrial Road.

Indian, Ontario

Indian
Indian is an unincorporated place and former railway point in the incorporated township of Laurentian Valley in Renfrew County, eastern Ontario, Canada. Indian is located on the Indian River just southeast of the southeast corner of Algonquin Provincial Park. The railway point lies on the now abandoned Canadian National Railway Beachburg Subdivision, a section of track that was originally constructed as the Canadian Northern Railway main line, between Dahlia to the west and Alice to the east. Other map sources: *

Grand Lake (Nipissing)

Grand Lake
Grand Lake is a lake in the Ottawa River drainage basin in the geographic townships of Barron and Stratton in the Unorganized South Part of Nipissing District in Northeastern Ontario, Canada. The lake is long and narrow and lies in an east–west orientation, mostly in Barron Township except for the southeastern end which is in Stratton Township; it is entirely within Algonquin Provincial Park.

Mount Forest, Ontario

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Mount Forest is an unincorporated community located on the junction of the 6 and the 89 in the township of Wellington North, Ontario. The town's motto is "High, Healthy, Happy", which can be seen on the water tower when approaching the town from the south. As of the 2011 Canadian census the population of Mount Forest was 4,757. Prior to European settlement, present day Mount Forest was prime hunting ground for the Saugeen Ojibway peoples due to its location on the Saugeen River. Because of this, many sacred burial sites are believed to be located in the White Bluffs region of present-day Mount Forest.

Ontario Highway 503

Highway 503Kawartha Lakes Road 45503
Highway 503 was a provincial secondary highway in Ontario, Canada, that existed between 1956 and 1998. Between 1956 and 1963, the highway stretched from Kirkfield to Sebright, and then along the Monck Road from Sebright to Kinmount, entirely within Victoria County. In 1964, the route was extended to Highway 121 in Tory Hill along the route of Highway 500, which was removed from the network. Its total distance of 116.8 km was downloaded to the various counties in which it resided. Today the road exists as: Kawartha Lakes Road 45 (also known as Monck Road) is a municipally-maintained class-3 roadway located in the city of Kawartha Lakes, in the Canadian province of Ontario.