The Grey Highlands Hawks are an original member of the Canadian Premier Junior Hockey League that played out of the Centre Grey Recreation Complex Sir William Mulock, PC (UK), PC (Can), KCMG, QC (January 19, 1843 – October 1, 1944), Canadian lawyer, businessman, educator, farmer, politician, judge, and philanthropist, purchased a Markdale, Ontario farm in 1926 that he used for trout fishing and reforestation. Chris Neil, professional ice hockey player who lived his formative years in nearby Flesherton, was born at the Centre Grey General Hospital in Markdale.
Daisy Lake is a lake in the geographic townships of Butt and McCraney in the Unorganized South Part of Nipissing District, Ontario, Canada. The lake is in the Ottawa River drainage basin and is entirely within Algonquin Provincial Park. The lake is about 4.2 km long and 1.5 km wide, lies at an elevation of 442 m, and is located about 14 km northeast of the community of Kearney. There are three named inflows, the Petawawa River at the north (just downstream of that river's source at Ralph Bice Lake), Hambone Creek at the northwest and Casey Creek at the southwest, and one unnamed creek inflow at the west.
The Kinmount Fair is held annually on the Labour Day weekend. *List of communities in Ontario Kinmount Memorial and History. Official Kinmount website.
Source Lake is a small lake in geographic Canisbay and Peck townships in the Unorganized South part of Nipissing District in Northeastern Ontario, Canada. It lies in southern Algonquin Provincial Park and is part of the Saint Lawrence River drainage basin. The river is the source of the Madawaska River, which flows via the Ottawa River to the Saint Lawrence River. Camp Pathfinder, a boys' summer camp, is located on Source Lake. *List of lakes in Ontario Other map sources: *
Temperanceville is an unincorporated community in the Regional Municipality of York in Ontario, Canada, straddling two geopolitical jurisdictions, King and Richmond Hill. It is located at the southeastern edge of King and northwestern part of Richmond Hill, east of King City and adjacent to the western part of Oak Ridges. Established in 1867, the original United Church still stands to this day on the northeast corner of King Road and Bathurst Street. Originally named 'Love's Corner' after a local farming family, it had been a skirmish point during the Upper Canada Rebellion.
The Kabinakagami River is a river in Cochrane and Algoma Districts in northeastern Ontario, Canada. It is part of the James Bay drainage basin and is a right tributary of the Kenogami River. The river begins at Summit Lake, astride the Canadian Pacific Railway transcontinental main line (used at this point by the Via Rail Sudbury – White River train service) and between the railway points of Amyot to the west and Girdwood to the east, in the Unorganized North Part of Algoma District. It flows northeast to Kabinakagami Lake, then heads north into Cochrane District, flows under Ontario Highway 11, and passes east of Calstock and the Constance Lake First Nation.
The Nipissing River is a river in the Saint Lawrence River drainage basin in the Unorganized South Part of Nipissing District in northeastern Ontario, Canada. The river is entirely within Algonquin Provincial Park, and is a left tributary of the Petawawa River. The river begins at Big Bob Lake in geographic Paxton Township and flows east, passes briefly through geographic Butt Township and geographic Devine Township, turns north into geographic Biggar Township, then back east, over Stewart's Dam and through the Allen Rapids, and into geographic Osler Township.
Some areas in Canada are unincorporated, meaning that they do not have a municipal government at all. Any government services in an unincorporated area are provided either by a local agency, such as a local services board or local service district, or by the province itself. While many municipal governments have different functions to others (urban vs. rural, etc.), and vary from province to province, most of the services and functions they perform are effectively the same. Functions of municipal governments can include: Most local governments are formed by a charter or act granted by the province or territory.
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Put-in-Bay TownshipPut-in-BayPut-in-Bay Township, Ottawa County
Put-In-Bay is located on the center of South Bass Island. Gibraltar Island is an unincorporated community located on Gibraltar Island. The Ohio State University's Stone Laboratory is located in Gibraltar Island. The summer house of Jay Cooke is located in Gibraltar Island. Isle Saint George is an unincorporated community located at 41.72167°N, -82.82028°W within the northern portion of the township on the Island of North Bass Island. Middle Bass is an unincorporated community located at 41.67889°N, -82.81222°W within the center of the township of the Island of Middle Bass Island. Ontario, Canada - northeast. Kelleys Island - east. Catawba Island Township - southeast.
Ernest SetonErnest Seton ThompsonSeton
He was made a member of the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts. In 1933, Seton purchased 100 acres (0.4 km2) in Santa Fe County, New Mexico, United States. Seton ran training camps for youth leaders and had a small publisher named Seton Village Press that closed in 1943 due to World War II. The tract eventually grew to 2500 acres (10 km 2 ). Seton Village was established as an unincorporated community. Seton designed and built his castle as a 32-room, 6,900 square foot (640 m 2 ) multi-level building with a flat-roof and rough hewn stone wall exterior. The interior had oak floors and plaster walls with the ceilings supported by log rafters.
Trout LakeTrout Lake (Timiskaming)
Trout Lake is a lake in municipalities of East Ferris and North Bay, Nipissing District in Northeastern Ontario, Canada, approximately 6 km east of the much larger Lake Nipissing. Trout Lake is the source of the Mattawa River and a significant body of water on a well-known historic North American voyageur (fur-trading) route. It is about 11 km long and 4 km wide and exits eastward into the Mattawa River, which flows via the Ottawa River to the St. Lawrence River.
The Tim River is a river in the Saint Lawrence River drainage basin in the Unorganized South Part of Nipissing District in northeastern Ontario, Canada. The river is entirely within Algonquin Provincial Park, and is a left tributary of the Petawawa River. The river begins at Tim Lake in geographic Butt Township and flows east over Tim Lake Dam, enters geographic Devine Township, passes through Rosebary Lake and reaches Longbow Lake. It leaves the lake over Longbow Lake Dam, continues east into geographic Bishop Township, passes through Shippagew Lake, and empties into Longer Lake on the Petawawa River. The Petawawa flows via the Ottawa River to the Saint Lawrence River.
BrentBrent impact crater
The Brent crater is an impact crater in both the geographic township of Deacon, Unorganized South Nipissing District and the municipal township of Papineau-Cameron in Nipissing District, northeastern Ontario, Canada, located north of Cedar Lake in northern Algonquin Provincial Park. It is 3.8 km in diameter and the age is estimated to be ca. 453 million years (Ordovician). The crater can be reached using Brent Road, 32 km south of Ontario Highway 17.
North Tea Lake is a lake in the Ottawa River drainage basin in the geographic townships of Ballantyne and Wilkes in the Unorganized South Part of Nipissing District in Northeastern Ontario, Canada. It is on the Amable du Fond River and lies in the northwest of Algonquin Provincial Park. The lake is a popular destination for canoeists. The primary inflow is the Amable du Fond River arriving from Kawawaymog Lake at the west. The primary outflow is the Amable du Fond River, at the northeast to Manitou Lake, which flows via the Mattawa River to the Ottawa River.
The Petawawa River is a river in the Saint Lawrence River drainage basin in Nipissing District and Renfrew County in eastern and northeastern Ontario, Canada. The river flows from Algonquin Provincial Park to the Ottawa River at the town of Petawawa, and is only one of two major tributaries of the Ottawa River to flow completely free (the other being the Dumoine River). The river's name comes from the Algonquian for "where one hears a noise like this", which refers to its many rapids. The river starts at Ralph Bice Lake (formerly Butt Lake) in northern Algonquin Provincial Park in the geographic township of Butt in the Unorganized South Part of Nipissing District.
The Indian River is river in Renfrew County and Nipissing District in Eastern and Northeastern Ontario, Canada. It is in the Saint Lawrence River drainage basin, and is a left tributary of the Muskrat River. The river begins at an unnamed lake in the southeast corner of Algonquin Provincial Park, in geographic Master Township in the Unorganized South Part of Nipissing District. It flows north, then turns southeast at the point where it takes in the left tributary Walker Creek, 500 m from the railway point of Kathmore.
Oak RidgesDevelopment in Oak RidgesOak Ridges, ON
Oak Ridges is an unincorporated community in Ontario, Canada, and has been part of Richmond Hill since 1971. It forms the northern portion of the municipality's boundary, where it borders Aurora. Located about 20 km north of Toronto, it has a population of approximately 36,000 people (est. 2015). The town developed around Lake Wilcox, the largest lake in the area, and has continued to expand slowly since its annexation by the Town of Richmond Hill. In the 1990s, Oak Ridges experienced moderate growth, which spurred environmental action by numerous organizations. Population has grown significantly as a result of development initiatives along Bayview Avenue.
Lake OpeongoSandy Narrows
Opeongo Lake is a lake in the Saint Lawrence River drainage basin in the geographic townships of Bower, Dickson, Preston and Sproule in the Unorganized South Part of Nipissing District in Northeastern Ontario, Canada. It is the largest lake in Algonquin Provincial Park and the source of the Opeongo River. The lake's name comes from the Algonquian word opeauwingauk meaning "sandy narrows". It has three arms, North, East and South, joined by narrows into a Y shape. The total area is 58 km2, the average depth 14.6 m and the maximum depth 49.4 m.
Shaw is an unincorporated community in Marion County, Oregon, United States, on Oregon Route 214. Shaw was a station in the Waldo Hills between Macleay and Aumsville on the Oregonian Railway (later the Southern Pacific Railroad and today the Willamette Valley Railway). In 1881 the station was named "Waldo Hills" but the name was changed to "Shaw" in 1891 to match the post office. Shaw post office was established in 1887 and named for Angus Shaw, the first postmaster. Shaw was from Ontario, Canada and settled in the area 1876. The post office closed in 1937. In 1915 Shaw had two grain mills, which no longer exist.
Little Madawaska River
The Little Madawaska River is a river in the Saint Lawrence River drainage basin in the Unorganized South Part of Nipissing District in northeastern Ontario, Canada. The river is entirely within Algonquin Provincial Park, and is a right tributary of the Petawawa River and not a tributary of the nearby Madawaska River. The river begins at Lake La Muir in the geographic township Freswick Township and flows northeast to Hogan Lake. It continues northeast from the lake controlled by a small dam to Phillip Lake, from which it also continues to flow northeast controlled by a dam.
Kaladar is a compact rural community and unincorporated area in the municipality of Addington Highlands, Lennox and Addington County in Eastern Ontario, Canada. It is located at the junction of Ontario Highway 7 and Ontario Highway 41. To the north is a quaint little town by the name of Northbrook. Further north is Bon Echo Provincial Park. Other nearby natural areas are the Kaladar Pine Barrens Conservation Reserve and Puzzle Lake Provincial Park. This area was first settled following the construction of the Addington Road in 1857. It was originally named Scouten after its first postmaster.
The Opeongo River is a river in the Saint Lawrence River drainage basin in Nipissing District in northeastern Ontario, Canada. The river is entirely within Algonquin Provincial Park and Opeongo River Provincial Park, except for a small portion around Victoria Lake, and is a left tributary of the Madawaska River. The river begins in Algonquin Provincial Park at the outflow from Annie Bay on the East Arm of Opeongo Lake in geographic Preston Township, in the Unorganized South Part of Nipissing District, controlled by the Opeongo Lake Dam and flows southeast to Booth Lake.
It passes under Ontario Highway 11 and the Canadian National Railway (CNR) transcontinental main line (used at this point by Via Rail transcontinental Canadian trains) into geographic Bain Township in Unorganized Thunder Bay District, takes in the left tributaries Kenogamisis River and Burrows River, and reaches the Kenogami Lake Dam.
Caledonia is a community located on the Grand River in Haldimand County, Ontario, Canada. It had a 2016 population of 9,674. Caledonia is within Ward 3 of Haldimand County. The Councillor elected for Ward 3 is Craig Grice. As of September 2006, there are approximately 4,000 households in the community of Caledonia. Caledonia is located at the intersection of Highway 6 and Haldimand Highway 54 (within the town, these streets are called Argyle Street and Caithness Street respectively) on the Grand River. On Highway 6, the town is 10 km south of Hamilton and 10 km north of Hagersville. On Haldimand Highway 54, the town is 15 km east of Brantford, Ontario and 10 km west of Cayuga, Ontario.