Bowmanville

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Bowmanville is a town of approximately 40,000 people located in the Municipality of Clarington, Durham Region, Ontario, Canada.wikipedia
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Cream of Barley Mill

Visual Arts Centre
Mills were built first on Barber's Creek (now called Bowmanville Creek), including one still standing, now called Vanstone's Mill, at the present-day intersection of King Street and Scugog St. More mills were built on nearby Soper Creek, including another mill still standing as the municipality's Visual Arts Centre which has been designated as an architecturally protected historical building.
The Cream of Barley Mill is a historic mill in the town of Bowmanville, Municipality of Clarington, Ontario, Canada.

Clarington

Clarington, OntarioDarlington TownshipClarke Township
Bowmanville is a town of approximately 40,000 people located in the Municipality of Clarington, Durham Region, Ontario, Canada.
It was incorporated in 1973 as the town of Newcastle with the merging of the town of Bowmanville and the townships of Clarke and Darlington.

Bowmanville Creek

Mills were built first on Barber's Creek (now called Bowmanville Creek), including one still standing, now called Vanstone's Mill, at the present-day intersection of King Street and Scugog St. More mills were built on nearby Soper Creek, including another mill still standing as the municipality's Visual Arts Centre which has been designated as an architecturally protected historical building.
Bowmanville Creek is a watercourse in Durham County, that flows from its headwaters in the Oak Ridges Moraine to its mouth on Lake Ontario, at Bowmanville, Ontario.

Bowmanville POW camp

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Camp 30, the Lake Ontario Officers' Camp-Bowmanville, held captive German army officers from the Afrika Korps, fliers from the Luftwaffe and naval officers from the Kriegsmarine.
The Bowmanville POW camp also known as Camp 30 was a Canadian-run POW camp for German soldiers during World War II located in the community of Bowmanville, Ontario in Clarington, Ontario, Canada (2020 Lambs Road).

Bowmanville Foundry

Local business organized and modernized in the 20th century, with the Dominion Organ and Piano factory, Specialty Paper Company, the Bowmanville Foundry, and the Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company (1910) all providing steady work for Bowmanville's ever-growing working populations.
Bowmanville Foundry Co. Ltd. is a foundry located in Bowmanville, Ontario, Canada.

Regional Municipality of Durham

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Bowmanville is a town of approximately 40,000 people located in the Municipality of Clarington, Durham Region, Ontario, Canada.

Canadian Tire Motorsport Park

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The Canadian Tire Motorsport Park (formerly Mosport International Raceway) which hosts both minor grand prix races and major racing events by CASCAR, the SCCA, NASCAR, and the United SportsCar Championship annually is located about 25 kilometres north of Bowmanville.
Canadian Tire Motorsport Park (formerly Mosport Park and Mosport International Raceway) is a multi-track motorsport venue located north of Bowmanville, in Ontario, Canada.

Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board

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The local school board was amalgamated with neighboring jurisdictions to form the Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board in 1997.

Oshawa Generals

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In the 1960s the Oshawa Generals and Bobby Orr played hockey in the old Bowmanville Arena on Queen Street while awaiting the Oshawa Civic Auditorium's completion.
It competed against other teams from Whitby, Bowmanville, Port Hope and Cobourg.

Peterborough Victoria Northumberland and Clarington Catholic District School Board

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The Catholic schools are part of the [[Peterborough Victoria Northumberland and Clarington Catholic District School Board]] which had already merged four municipalities in 1969 (at that time it was named the Peterborough, Victoria, Northumberland, and Newcastle Separate School Board).

Bowmanville Eagles

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The Bowmanville Eagles were the most recent local hockey team to play in Bowmanville, but were merged with the nearby Cobourg Cougars in early 2010 by the CCHL and OJHL.
The Bowmanville Eagles were a Junior "A" ice hockey team from Bowmanville, Ontario, Canada.

Eleven Past One

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The band formed in 2007 in Bowmanville, Ontario.

Lake Ontario

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Bowmanville is surrounded by rural areas on three sides, and Lake Ontario to the south. Since the 1950s, Bowmanville has been accessible via Highway 401 and is served by three interchanges: Bowmanville Ave (formerly Waverly Road) — Durham Road 57 (Exit 431), Liberty Street — Durham Road 14 (Exit 432) and Bennett Road (Exit 435), that also serves the retirement community of Wilmot Creek on the Lake Ontario shore.

Clarington Central Secondary School

There are two public secondary schools, Bowmanville High School and Clarington Central Secondary School.
Clarington Central Secondary School (also known as CCSS) is a public secondary school located in Bowmanville, Ontario, Canada, within the Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board.

Sam Hughes

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Hughes was born January 8, 1853, at Solina near Bowmanville in what was then Canada West.

St. Stephen's Secondary School (Bowmanville)

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There is one Catholic secondary school in Bowmanville, St. Stephen Catholic Secondary School.
St. Stephen Catholic Secondary School is a Catholic secondary school located in Bowmanville, Ontario, within the [[Peterborough Victoria Northumberland and Clarington Catholic District School Board]].

William Leonard Hunt

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In 1843, Hunt's family moved to Hope Township in Canada, now part of Port Hope, Ontario, and then to Bowmanville, Ontario.

Lakeshore East line

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GO Transit plans to extend the Lakeshore East line train service to Bowmanville by 2024.
Buses from Oshawa connect to communities further east in Newcastle, Bowmanville and Peterborough.

Bowmanville High School

There are two public secondary schools, Bowmanville High School and Clarington Central Secondary School.
Bowmanville High School (also known as BHS) is a public secondary school located in Bowmanville, Ontario, Canada, within the Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board.

Ontario Highway 401

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Since the 1950s, Bowmanville has been accessible via Highway 401 and is served by three interchanges: Bowmanville Ave (formerly Waverly Road) — Durham Road 57 (Exit 431), Liberty Street — Durham Road 14 (Exit 432) and Bennett Road (Exit 435), that also serves the retirement community of Wilmot Creek on the Lake Ontario shore.
The highway curves around the south side of Bowmanville and travels towards Highway 35 and Highway 115.

Meghan Patrick

Meghan Patrick (born March 25, 1987) is a Canadian country singer-songwriter from Bowmanville, Ontario, signed to Warner Music Canada.

Chris Kelly (ice hockey)

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Kelly was born in Toronto and grew up one hour east of the city in Bowmanville.

Erin O'Toole

Erin O’Toole
O'Toole and his family later moved a short way to Bowmanville, where he graduated from Bowmanville High School.

Albert Ross Tilley

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Tilley was born in Bowmanville, Ontario and graduated from the University of Toronto in 1929.