Belleville, Ontario

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Belleville (Canada 2016 Census population 50,716; census agglomeration population 103,472 ) is a city located at the mouth of the Moira River on the Bay of Quinte in Southern (Central) Ontario, Canada, along the Quebec City-Windsor Corridor.wikipedia
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Dixie Lee Fried Chicken

Dixie Lee
The Dixie Lee Fried Chicken chain (1964) and the Journey's End Corporation economy limited service hotel chain (1978) were both founded in the city.
Dixie Lee is a regional franchised fried chicken fast-food restaurant founded in Belleville, Ontario in 1964 by Ramon Leon Walmsley and now based in Kingston and Bruce Mines, Ontario, near Sault Ste.

Moira River

Belleville (Canada 2016 Census population 50,716; census agglomeration population 103,472 ) is a city located at the mouth of the Moira River on the Bay of Quinte in Southern (Central) Ontario, Canada, along the Quebec City-Windsor Corridor.
It travels from its source in the centre of the county to the county seat Belleville to the Bay of Quinte.

Quebec City–Windsor Corridor

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Belleville (Canada 2016 Census population 50,716; census agglomeration population 103,472 ) is a city located at the mouth of the Moira River on the Bay of Quinte in Southern (Central) Ontario, Canada, along the Quebec City-Windsor Corridor.
Other significant urban areas along the corridor include: Belleville, Brockville, Chatham-Kent, Cornwall, and Sarnia.

Henry Corby

Another important family in the growth of Belleville was that of Henry Corby, the founder of H. Corby Distillery, who had arrived in 1832.
He was born in Hanwell, England in 1806 and came to Belleville in Upper Canada in 1832.

Henry Corby Jr.

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He promoted the municipality and his son Henry Corby, Jr. (Harry) donated the public library, helped develop the park at Massassaga Point, established the Corby Charitable Fund, helped raise funds to build the first bridge across the Bay of Quinte and donated Corby Park.
He was born in Belleville, Canada West in 1851, the son of Henry Corby.

Bay of Quinte

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Belleville (Canada 2016 Census population 50,716; census agglomeration population 103,472 ) is a city located at the mouth of the Moira River on the Bay of Quinte in Southern (Central) Ontario, Canada, along the Quebec City-Windsor Corridor.
Illegal sales of liquor accounted for many fortunes in and around Belleville.

Loyalist College

Loyalist College is a local public community college.
Loyalist College (formally Loyalist College of Applied Arts and Technology) is an English-language college in Belleville, Ontario, Canada.

Ontario Highway 62

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These cities are connected by both Ontario's Highway 2 and the Macdonald-Cartier Freeway (Highway 401); The city is also served by Highway 37, running north-south from Belleville towards Tweed to the east of the Moira River; and Highway 62 (once Highway 14 south of 401), northwards towards Madoc, and southward to Prince Edward County over the Bay Bridge.
The highway travels south-north from Highway 33 at Bloomfield in Prince Edward County, through Belleville, Madoc and Bancroft, to Maynooth, where it ends at a junction with Highway 127.

List of postal codes of Canada: K

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Officially, Belleville is properly considered part of the Central Ontario region as it is located west of the St. Lawrence River's starting point, but the city is popularly considered part of Eastern Ontario as it shares the eastern region's area code 613 and K postal code.

United Empire Loyalist

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Originally the site of an Anishinaabe (Mississaugas) village in the 18th century known as Asukhknosk, the future location of the city was settled by United Empire Loyalists.
The word "Loyalist" appears frequently in school, street, and business names in such Loyalist-settled communities as Belleville, Ontario.

Belleville Bulls

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Belleville was home to the Belleville Bulls of the Ontario Hockey League from 1981 to 2015.
The Belleville Bulls were a junior ice hockey team, founded in 1981 and based in Belleville, Ontario, Canada.

Sir James Whitney School for the Deaf

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The Sir James Whitney School for the Deaf is a provincial school in Belleville, Ontario with residential and day programs serving elementary and secondary deaf and hard-of-hearing students.

Prince Edward County, Ontario

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These cities are connected by both Ontario's Highway 2 and the Macdonald-Cartier Freeway (Highway 401); The city is also served by Highway 37, running north-south from Belleville towards Tweed to the east of the Moira River; and Highway 62 (once Highway 14 south of 401), northwards towards Madoc, and southward to Prince Edward County over the Bay Bridge.
Bay of Quinte is crossed by two, 2-lane bridges of about 850m length - one carrying Provincial Highway 62 near Belleville and the other about 24km east carrying Provincial Highway 49 near Deseronto.

CAA Arena

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They play at the Yardmen Arena, located on Cannifton Road.
CAA Arena is a 4,400-seat multi-purpose arena in Belleville, Ontario, Canada.

St. Theresa Catholic Secondary School

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St.Theresa Catholic Secondary School (STCSS) is a Roman Catholic Secondary School in Belleville, Ontario, Canada.

Belleville McFarlands

Belleville was also previously home to two senior hockey teams, the Belleville Macs and the Belleville McFarlands.
The McFarlands were based out of Belleville, Ontario, playing home games at the Belleville Memorial Arena.

Bay of Quinte Yacht Club

Belleville is also home the Bay of Quinte Yacht Club, which challenged for the America's Cup in 1881.
Bay of Quinte Yacht Club is a boating club based in Belleville, Ontario, Canada, located on the shores of the Bay of Quinte.

Westmont Hospitality Group

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The Dixie Lee Fried Chicken chain (1964) and the Journey's End Corporation economy limited service hotel chain (1978) were both founded in the city.
The first of the Journey's End Corporation properties was built (by the then-independent firm) in Belleville, Ontario in 1978.

Belleville Intelligencer

The Intelligencer
* Belleville Intelligencer (Tuesday thru Saturday)
The Intelligencer (locally nicknamed the "Intell") is the daily (except on Sundays and certain holidays) newspaper of Belleville, Ontario, Canada.

Quinte West

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The city also annexed portions of Quinte West to the west.
The Public school system is served by the Hastings & Prince Edward District School Board (HPEDSB), which classifies Bayside Secondary School (Quinte West) and Bayside Public School in Belleville, but they are actually geographically located in Bayside, which is a borough of Quinte West.

CJBQ

CJBQ is a full-service radio station in Belleville, Ontario, Canada.

Albert College (Belleville, Ontario)

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Albert College is a co-educational independent boarding and day school located in Belleville, Ontario, Canada.

John Meyers (loyalist)

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It was first called Singleton's Creek after an early settler, George Singleton, and then as Meyer's Creek after prominent settler and industrialist John Walden Meyers, one of the founders of Belleville who built a sawmill and grist mill.
The community that sprung up there, first known as Meyer's Creek, was renamed Belleville in 1816.

Belleville Senators

The team is known as the Belleville Senators.
Based in Belleville, Ontario, Canada, the Senators play their home games at CAA Arena.