List of botanical gardens in Canada

Centennial Conservatory, Thunder Bay. Centennial Park Conservatory, Etobicoke. Dominion Arboretum and Central Experimental Farm, Ottawa. Great Lakes Forest Research Center Arboretum, Sault Ste. Marie. Fanshawe College Arboretum, London. Humber College Arboretum, Toronto. Inglis Falls Arboretum, Owen Sound. Jackson Park, Windsor. Lauber Arboretum, Kakabeka Falls. Metro Toronto Parks Commission, Toronto. Edwards Gardens. James Gardens. Toronto Islands. Niagara Parks Commission, Niagara Falls. Oshawa Valley Botanical Gardens, Oshawa. Ottawa Valley Native Plant Botanical Garden, Cobden. Parkwood, The R.S. McLaughlin Estate National Historic Site and Heritage Garden, Oshawa.

Ontario

Ontario, CanadaONProvince of Ontario
Marie, Sudbury, North Bay, Timmins, Windsor, London, and Kingston feed directly into larger airports in Toronto and Ottawa. Bearskin Airlines also runs flights along the northerly east-west route, connecting Ottawa, North Bay, Sudbury, Sault Ste. Marie, Kitchener and Thunder Bay directly.

War of 1812

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The War of 1812 was a conflict fought between the United States and the United Kingdom, with their respective allies, from June 1812 to February 1815. Historians in Britain often see it as a minor theatre of the Napoleonic Wars; historians in the United States and Canada see it as a war in its own right.

Catholic Church

Roman CatholicCatholicRoman Catholic Church
The Catholic Church, also known as the Roman Catholic Church, is the largest Christian church, with approximately 1.3 billion baptised Catholics worldwide. As the world's oldest and largest continuously functioning international institution, it has played a prominent role in the history and development of Western civilisation. The church is headed by the Bishop of Rome, known as the pope. Its central administration is the Holy See.

Provinces and territories of Canada

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The provinces and territories of Canada are sub-national divisions within the geographical areas of Canada under the jurisdiction of the Canadian Constitution. In the 1867 Canadian Confederation, three provinces of British North America—New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and the Province of Canada (which upon Confederation was divided into Ontario and Quebec)—were united to form a federated colony, becoming a sovereign nation in the next century. Over its history, Canada's international borders have changed several times, and the country has grown from the original four provinces to the current ten provinces and three territories.

Eastern Time Zone

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The Eastern Time Zone (ET) is a time zone encompassing part or all of 22 states in the eastern part of the contiguous United States, parts of eastern Canada, the state of Quintana Roo in Mexico, Panama in Central America, and certain Caribbean and Atlantic islands, along with certain countries and parts of countries in South America. Places that use Eastern Standard Time (EST) when observing standard time (autumn/winter) are five hours behind Coordinated Universal Time (UTC−05:00).

House of Commons of Canada

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The House of Commons currently meets in a temporary Commons chamber in the West Block of the parliament buildings on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, while the Centre Block, which houses the traditional Commons chamber, undergoes a ten-year renovation. The House of Commons is a democratically elected body whose members are known as Members of Parliament (MPs). There were 308 members in the 2011-2015 parliament (most members elected in 2011), but that number rose to 338 following the election on Monday October 19, 2015. Members are elected by simple plurality ("first-past-the-post" system) in each of the country's electoral districts, which are colloquially known as ridings.

Twin cities

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Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada; Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan, United States. Boquillas del Carmen, Coahuila, Mexico; Boquillas, Texas, United States. Naco, Sonora, Mexico; Naco, Arizona, United States. Nogales, Sonora, Mexico; Nogales, Arizona, United States. Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas, Mexico; Laredo, Texas, United States. Nuevo Progreso, Río Bravo, Tamaulipas, Mexico; Progreso, Texas, United States. San Luis Río Colorado, Sonora, Mexico; San Luis, Arizona, United States. Tecate, Baja California, Mexico; Tecate, California, United States. Calexico, California; Mexicali, Baja California — see Calexico–Mexicali. San Diego and Tijuana — see San Diego–Tijuana.

Trans-Canada Highway

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Between Wawa and Sault Ste. Marie the highway crosses the Montreal River Hill, which sometimes becomes a bottleneck on the system in the winter when inclement weather can make the steep grade virtually impassable. At Sault Ste. Marie, the main route turns eastward for east to Sudbury. The Trans-Canada Highway splits again at the junction of Highways 17 and 69 on Sudbury's Southwest and Southeast Bypasses. The southern route follows Highways 69 and 400 south for and then Highway 12 for to Orillia (where the TCH briefly follows Highway 11 a second time where Highways 11 and 12 run concurrent), a further along the shore of Lake Simcoe, before following Highway 7 east for to Peterborough.

List of municipalities in Ontario

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The City of Ottawa, Canada's capital city, is the province's second-most populous municipality with 934,243 residents. Ontario's smallest municipality by population is the Township of Cockburn Island with 0 residents, while the smallest by land area is the Village of Westport at 1.68 km2. The first community to incorporate as a municipality in Ontario was Brockville in 1832. Ontario's Municipal Act, 2001 defines upper-municipality as "a municipality of which two or more lower-tier municipalities form part for municipal purposes".

List of newspapers in Canada

Canadian daily newspapersCanadian newspaperCanadian newspapers
Marie – Sault This Week. Seaforth – Seaforth Huron Expositor. Smiths Falls – Smiths Falls Record News. Springwater – Springwater News. Stayner – Stayner Sun. Stirling – Stirling Community Press. Stouffville – Stouffville Sun-Tribune. Strathroy – Strathroy Age Dispatch. Sudbury – Northern Life, Le Voyageur. Tavistock, Ontario – Tavistock Gazette. Temiskaming Shores – Temiskaming Speaker. Thornbury – Thornbury Courier-Herald. Thornhill – Thornhill Liberal. Thunder BayThunder Bay Source. Tillsonburg – Tillsonburg News. Timmins – Timmins Times, L'Express de Timmins.

List of teams on the 2018–19 World Curling Tour

List of teams on the 2018-19 World Curling Tour
Following is a list of teams on the 2018–19 World Curling Tour, which was part of the 2018-19 curling season. Only the skips of the teams are listed. For mixed doubles teams, both members of the team are listed.

List of gridiron football teams in Canada

List of football teams in CanadaAFL
This is a list of gridiron football teams in Canada.

List of people from Ontario

Patrick Sharp – Thunder Bay. Darryl Sittler – Kitchener. Trevor Smith (born 1985) – hockey player – Ottawa. Eric Staal – Thunder Bay. Jordan Staal – Thunder Bay. Marc Staal – Thunder Bay. Steven Stamkos – Markham. Andrew Sznajder (born 1967) – English-born Canadian tennis player – Oakville. Tristan Thompson – Brampton. Joe Thornton – St. Thomas. Raffi Torres – Toronto. Paul Tracy – Scarborough. Mike Veisor (born 1952) – hockey player (Toronto). Joey Votto – baseball player – Etobicoke. Andrew Wiggins (born 1995) – Toronto. Nigel Wilson – Oshawa. Philip Downing. Stephen Harper – 22nd Prime Minister of Canada (2006–2015) and former Conservative Party leader – Leaside. John T. Jarvis.

Great Lakes

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The greatest concentration of shipwrecks lies near Thunder Bay (Michigan), beneath Lake Huron, near the point where eastbound and westbound shipping lanes converge. The Lake Superior shipwreck coast from Grand Marais, Michigan, to Whitefish Point became known as the "Graveyard of the Great Lakes". More vessels have been lost in the Whitefish Point area than any other part of Lake Superior. The Whitefish Point Underwater Preserve serves as an underwater museum to protect the many shipwrecks in this area. The first ship to sink in Lake Michigan was Le Griffon, also the first ship to sail the Great Lakes.

Metro Inc.

MetroMetro PlusMetro-Richelieu
Ottawa (17). Owen Sound. Pembroke. Perth. Peterborough. Pickering. Picton. Renfrew. Sarnia (2). Sault Ste. Marie (3). Stoney Creek. Stouffville. St. Catharines. St. Thomas. Sturgeon Falls. Sudbury. Thunder Bay (3). Tillsonburg. Timmins. Toronto. Etobicoke (3). North York (8). Scarborough (6). Trenton. Val Caron. Whitby (3). Windsor (4). Alma (2). Ancienne-Lorette. Bedford. Beloeil. Bois-des-Filion. Boucherville (2). Brossard (2). Carleton-sur-Mer. Chandler. Charlemagne. Charny. Chénéville. Degelis. Deschaillons-sur-Saint-Laurent. Donnacona. Drummondville. Farnham. Fermont. Fort-Coulonge. Gatineau (2). Gracefield. Granby. Henryville. L'Épiphanie. L'Île-Perrot. La Malbaie. Lac-Etchemin.

Toronto

Toronto, OntarioToronto, CanadaToronto, ON
Since then, the capital of Canada has remained Ottawa, Ontario. Toronto became the capital of the province of Ontario after its official creation in 1867. The seat of government of the Ontario Legislature is at Queen's Park. Because of its provincial capital status, the city was also the location of Government House, the residence of the viceregal representative of the Crown in right of Ontario. Long before the Royal Military College of Canada was established in 1876, supporters of the concept proposed military colleges in Canada. Staffed by British Regulars, adult male students underwent a three-month-long military course at the School of Military Instruction in Toronto.

2017 Canadian Olympic Curling Trials

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The 2017 Canadian Olympic Curling Trials was held from December 2 to 10 at the Canadian Tire Centre in Kanata, Ottawa, Ontario. The event is also known and advertised as the Tim Hortons Roar of the Rings. The winners of the men's and women's events will be chosen to represent Canada at the 2018 Winter Olympics. The women's final was won by Team Rachel Homan in front of her home town crowd. She defeated Team Chelsea Carey 6-5, after Carey missed a pivotal double takeout on her last shot of the 10th end. The men's final was won by Team Kevin Koe from Alberta. He defeated Team Mike McEwen 7-6, drawing for one on the last stone of the 10th end.

List of generating stations in Ontario

List of electrical generating stations in OntarioElectrical generating stations in OntarioWesleyville Generating Station
This is a list of electrical generating stations in Ontario, Canada.

Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association

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Algonquin College Thunder in Ottawa, ON. Collège Boréal Vipères in Sudbury, ON. Cambrian College Golden Shield in Sudbury, ON. Canadore College Panthers in North Bay, ON. Centennial College Colts in Scarborough, ON. Conestoga College Condors in Kitchener, ON. Confederation College Thunderhawks in Thunder Bay, ON. Durham College Lords in Oshawa, ON. Fanshawe College Falcons in London, ON. Fleming College Knights in Peterborough, ON. George Brown College Huskies in Toronto, ON. Georgian College Grizzlies in Barrie, ON. Humber College Hawks in Etobicoke, ON. La Cité collégiale Coyotes in Ottawa, ON. Lakehead University Timberwolves in Orillia, ON. Lambton College Lions in Sarnia, ON.

List of townships in Ontario

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City of Sault Ste. Marie. Town of Spanish. Tarbutt Township. Town of Thessalon. Wawa Township. White River Township. Algoma, Unorganized, North Part. Algoma, Unorganized, South East Part. Abbotsford. Acres. Adair. Adams. Adanac. Agassiz. Agate. Aitken. Alexandra. Amery. Ardagh. Aubin. Auden. Aurora. Avon. Bannerman. Barker. Barlow. Barnet. Beatty. Beck. Belford. Ben Nevis. Beniah. Benoit. Berry. Bessborough. Bicknell. Birdsall. Bisley. Black. Black River. Blackstock. Blakelock. Blount. Bond. Bonis. Bourassa. Bowman. Bowyer. Boyce. Boyle. Bradburn. Bradette. Bradley. Bragg. Brain. Bristol. Brower. Burrell. Burritt. Burstall. Byers. Caithness. Calder. Calvert. Canfield. Cargill. Carman.

Liberal Party of Canada candidates in the 2015 Canadian federal election

Candidates for the Liberal Party of Canada took part in all the 338 electoral districts in the 2015 Canadian federal election. 184 of them won their seat, giving Justin Trudeau's party an overall majority in the new House of Commons.

Ojibwe

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In Michigan, the Chippewa-Ottawa Resource Authority manages the hunting, fishing and gathering rights about Sault Ste. Marie, and the resources of the waters of lakes Michigan and Huron. In Canada, the Grand Council of Treaty No. 3 manages the Treaty 3 hunting and fishing rights related to the area around Lake of the Woods. There is renewed interest in nutritious eating among the Ojibwe, who have been expanding community gardens in food deserts, and have started a mobile kitchen to teach their communities about nutritious food preparation. The traditional Native American diet was seasonally dependent on hunting, fishing and the foraging and farming of produce and grains.

Conservative Party of Canada candidates in the 2015 Canadian federal election

In the 2015 Canadian federal election, the Conservative Party of Canada ran a candidate in all but one of the 338 federal electoral districts. Ninety-nine of them won a seat in the House of Commons of Canada, which was 60 fewer than in the previous federal election in 2011.

List of communities in Ontario

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Sault Ste. Marie. Savanne. Savant Lake. Schipaville. Scone. Scotch Block. Scotch Bush, Hastings County, Ontario. Scotch Bush, Renfrew County, Ontario. Scotch Corners. Scotia. Scotland. Scugog. Scugog Centre. Schomberg. Schreiber. Sebright. Seagrave. Seaforth. Seeley. Seeleys Bay. Seguin. Selby. Selkirk. Selton. Selwyn. Senecal. Seouls Corner. Sesekinika. Seven Mile Narrows. Severn Bridge. Severn Falls. Shady Nook. Shakespeare. Shallow Lake. Shamrock. Shannon Hall. Shannonville. Shanty Bay. Sharbot Lake. Sharon. Shebandowan. Shebeshekong. Shedden. Sheffield. Shelburne. Sherwood. Sherwood Springs. Shetland. Shillington. Shiloh. Shouldice. Shrigley. Siberia. Silver Creek. Silver Dollar.