Brockville

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Brockville, formerly Elizabethtown, is a city in Eastern Ontario, Canada in the Thousand Islands region.wikipedia
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Fulford Place

Alongside the Fulford Place and the Aquatarium, it has since become one of the most famous tourist attractions in the city, and even all of Ontario. The Fulford Place house museum was built in 1899-1901 for Senator George Taylor Fulford at 287 King Street East in Brockville's east end.
Fulford Place is a historic mansion in Brockville, Ontario.

Saint Lawrence River

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Known as the "City of the 1000 Islands", Brockville is located on the north shore of the Saint Lawrence River, about halfway between Kingston to the west and Cornwall to the east. A raid on Elizabethtown occurred on the early morning of February 7, 1813, when Benjamin Forsyth and 200 of his American forces crossed the frozen Saint Lawrence River occupied the settlement, seized military and public stores, freed American prisoners, and captured local militia soldiers and leading citizens. At the same time, the north–south line of the Brockville and Ottawa Railway was built to join the timber trade of the Ottawa Valley with the Saint Lawrence River ship route.
Today, the Saint Lawrence River begins at the outflow of Lake Ontario and flows adjacent to Gananoque, Brockville, Morristown, Ogdensburg, Massena, Cornwall, Montreal, Trois-Rivières, and Quebec City before draining into the Gulf of Saint Lawrence, the largest estuary in the world.

Brockville Tunnel

The city notably features the Brockville Tunnel, Canada's first railway tunnel, finished in December 1860, and closed in 1970.
Located beneath the city of Brockville, Ontario - construction on the tunnel began in September 1854, but was not opened for rail traffic until December 31, 1860.

Raid on Elizabethtown

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A raid on Elizabethtown occurred on the early morning of February 7, 1813, when Benjamin Forsyth and 200 of his American forces crossed the frozen Saint Lawrence River occupied the settlement, seized military and public stores, freed American prisoners, and captured local militia soldiers and leading citizens.
The Raid on Elizabethtown occurred on February 7, 1813, when Major Benjamin Forsyth and 200 regulars and militia crossed the frozen St. Lawrence River to occupy Elizabethtown, Upper Canada (present day Brockville, Ontario), seize military and public stores, free American prisoners and capture British military prisoners.

Brockville and Ottawa Railway

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At the same time, the north–south line of the Brockville and Ottawa Railway was built to join the timber trade of the Ottawa Valley with the Saint Lawrence River ship route.
It ran north from the town of Brockville on the Saint Lawrence River to Sand Point on the Ottawa River.

Ontario Highway 401

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Highway 401 runs through Brockville, with exits at Leeds & Grenville County Road 29 and North Augusta Road.
By the end of 1952, three individual highways were numbered "Highway 401": the partially completed Toronto Bypass between Weston Road and Highway 11 (Yonge Street); Highway 2A between West Hill and Newcastle; and the Scenic Highway between Gananoque and Brockville, now known as the Thousand Islands Parkway.

Morristown (village), New York

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The city faces Morristown, New York, which is located on the other side of the river.
The village is on the south bank of the Saint Lawrence River, opposite the City of Brockville in Canada.

Upper Canada District School Board

The Upper Canada District School Board, has its headquarters in Brockville.
It encompasses the counties in the easternmost portion of the province, including the cities of Brockville, Clarence-Rockland, Carleton Place, Cornwall, and Akwesasne.

Aquatarium (Ontario)

Aquatarium
Alongside the Fulford Place and the Aquatarium, it has since become one of the most famous tourist attractions in the city, and even all of Ontario.
The Aquatarium is a non-profit interactive science and education museum located in Brockville, Ontario, Canada.

Upper Canada

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Around 1810, government officials of Upper Canada assigned the name Elizabethtown for the developing village.

Brockville Transit

Brockville Transit is the city-operated public transit system which covers the urban area, providing three regular scheduled bus routes and paratransit services, from Monday to Saturday.
Brockville Transit is a small public transit system which covers the urban area of Brockville, Ontario, Canada.

William Buell

William Buell Sr.
In 1785, the first U.E. Loyalist to take up land, where Brockville is now located, was William Buell Sr. (1751–1832), an ensign disbanded from the King's Rangers, from the state of New York.
In 1784, he settled in Elizabethtown Township then part of western Quebec near what was to become Brockville.

Quebec City–Windsor Corridor

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There are several daily Via Rail connections to Montreal, Toronto and Ottawa along the Corridor.
Other significant urban areas along the corridor include: Belleville, Brockville, Chatham-Kent, Cornwall, and Sarnia.

Henry Jones (Upper Canada politician)

Henry Jones
Henry Jones, the village postmaster, was elected in October 1830 to the 11th Parliament of the Province.
He lived in Brockville.

Eastern Ontario

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Brockville, formerly Elizabethtown, is a city in Eastern Ontario, Canada in the Thousand Islands region.
Algonquin College has campuses in Ottawa, Perth, Pembroke, Hawkesbury, and Renfrew, while St. Lawrence College has campuses in Kingston, Cornwall, and Brockville.

George Taylor Fulford

George Taylor Fulford, Sr.
The Fulford Place house museum was built in 1899-1901 for Senator George Taylor Fulford at 287 King Street East in Brockville's east end.
Born in Brockville, Canada West (now Ontario), to a family of United Empire Loyalist stock, he was the youngest son of Hiram Fulford and Martha Harris.

The Brockville Rifles

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The Brockville Infantry Company and the Brockville Rifle Company (now The Brockville Rifles) were mobilized.
The Brockville Rifles originated in Brockville, Ontario on 5 October 1866, when the 41st Brockville Battalion of Rifles was authorized.

United Empire Loyalist

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They were later called United Empire Loyalists because of their continued allegiance to King George III.

Brockville Regional Tackaberry Airport

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The town has a municipal airport (Brockville Regional Tackaberry Airport) in the neighbouring Elizabethtown-Kitley Township.
Brockville Regional Tackaberry Airport, also known as Brockville Municipal Airport, is a registered aerodrome located in Elizabethtown-Kitley Township, 4.8 NM northwest of the city of Brockville, Ontario, Canada.

Isaac Brock

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It is one of Ontario's oldest communities first established by Euro-Canadians and is named after the British general Sir Isaac Brock.
Brockville and Brock in Ontario, Brock in Saskatchewan, General Isaac Brock Parkway on Highway 405 and Brock University in St. Catharines, Ontario, are all named in tribute to Brock.

Ottawa Valley

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At the same time, the north–south line of the Brockville and Ottawa Railway was built to join the timber trade of the Ottawa Valley with the Saint Lawrence River ship route.
The closest cities along the rail line to Ottawa are Montreal to the east of Ottawa and Brockville to the South.

The Recorder and Times

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The city's main daily newspaper is The Recorder & Times.
The Recorder & Times is a daily newspaper published in Brockville, Ontario, Canada.

Benjamin Forsyth

A raid on Elizabethtown occurred on the early morning of February 7, 1813, when Benjamin Forsyth and 200 of his American forces crossed the frozen Saint Lawrence River occupied the settlement, seized military and public stores, freed American prisoners, and captured local militia soldiers and leading citizens.
The Raid on Elizabethtown occurred on February 7, 1813, when Benjamin Forsyth and 200 men crossed the frozen St. Lawrence River to occupy Elizabethtown and seize military and public stores, free American prisoners, then capture British military prisoners.

Adult hits

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Shell Canada

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Other industries include ceiling fan manufacturer Canarm, pharmaceutical manufacturer Trillium Canada, and the oil-blending plant of Shell Canada.
In 2007, the company invested $20 million (CAD) into an expansion at the Brockville Lubricant Plant.