Ontario Highway 63

Highway 63Highway 63 (Ontario)road between North Bay and Témiscaming
King's Highway 63, commonly referred to as Highway 63, is a provincially maintained highway in the Canadian province of Ontario.wikipedia
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Quebec Route 101

Route 101Quebec Highway 101
The 63.5 km route travels from Highway 11 and Highway 17 (the Trans-Canada Highway) in North Bay northeast to the Ontario-Quebec provincial boundary, where it continues as Route 101 into Témiscaming.
It continues south as Highway 63 to North Bay, Ontario.

North Bay, Ontario

North BayNorth Bay, ONNorth Bay, Ontario, Canada
The 63.5 km route travels from Highway 11 and Highway 17 (the Trans-Canada Highway) in North Bay northeast to the Ontario-Quebec provincial boundary, where it continues as Route 101 into Témiscaming.
North Bay is also served by Highway 63, a route which extends northeasterly from the city toward Thorne, where it crosses the Ottawa River and becomes Quebec Route 101.

Témiscaming

Témiscaming, QuebecTemiscamingTemiscaming, Quebec
The 63.5 km route travels from Highway 11 and Highway 17 (the Trans-Canada Highway) in North Bay northeast to the Ontario-Quebec provincial boundary, where it continues as Route 101 into Témiscaming.
In 1936, the road between North Bay and Témiscaming was completed.

Ontario Highway 17

Highway 1717King's Highway 17
The 63.5 km route travels from Highway 11 and Highway 17 (the Trans-Canada Highway) in North Bay northeast to the Ontario-Quebec provincial boundary, where it continues as Route 101 into Témiscaming.
An at-grade intersection with Highway 63 is located at approximately the midpoint of the concurrency.

Balsam Creek, Ontario

Balsam Creek
It travels through the communities of Feronia, Redbridge, Balsam Creek, Eldee and Thorne.
Balsam Creek is a community located on Highway 63 in the district of Nipissing in Northern Ontario.

Thorne, Ontario

Thorne
It travels through the communities of Feronia, Redbridge, Balsam Creek, Eldee and Thorne.
Thorne is located at the northernmost end of Highway 63, just across the Ottawa River from Témiscaming, Quebec.

Redbridge, Ontario

Redbridge
It travels through the communities of Feronia, Redbridge, Balsam Creek, Eldee and Thorne.
It is situated north-east of North Bay along Highway 63.

Highways in Ontario

provincially maintained highwayprovincially maintained secondary highwaysecondary highway
King's Highway 63, commonly referred to as Highway 63, is a provincially maintained highway in the Canadian province of Ontario.

Canada

CanadianCANCanadians
King's Highway 63, commonly referred to as Highway 63, is a provincially maintained highway in the Canadian province of Ontario.

Ontario

Ontario, CanadaONProvince of Ontario
King's Highway 63, commonly referred to as Highway 63, is a provincially maintained highway in the Canadian province of Ontario.

Ontario Highway 11

Highway 1111Highway 11B
The 63.5 km route travels from Highway 11 and Highway 17 (the Trans-Canada Highway) in North Bay northeast to the Ontario-Quebec provincial boundary, where it continues as Route 101 into Témiscaming.

Trans-Canada Highway

Trans Canada HighwayTransCanada HighwayTrans-Canada
The 63.5 km route travels from Highway 11 and Highway 17 (the Trans-Canada Highway) in North Bay northeast to the Ontario-Quebec provincial boundary, where it continues as Route 101 into Témiscaming.

Quebec

QuébecProvince of QuebecQC
The 63.5 km route travels from Highway 11 and Highway 17 (the Trans-Canada Highway) in North Bay northeast to the Ontario-Quebec provincial boundary, where it continues as Route 101 into Témiscaming.

Neighbourhoods in North Bay, Ontario

West FerrisCooks Mills, Nipissing District, OntarioFeronia
It travels through the communities of Feronia, Redbridge, Balsam Creek, Eldee and Thorne.

Unorganized North Nipissing District

Unorganized North PartEldeeNipissing, Unorganized, North Part
It travels through the communities of Feronia, Redbridge, Balsam Creek, Eldee and Thorne.

Nipissing District

NipissingDistrict of NipissingNipissing District, Ontario
Highway 63 is 63.5 km long, situated entirely within Nipissing District.

Lake Nipissing

Lake Nippising
Beginning in North Bay near Lake Nipissing, the source of the French River which flows down to Georgian Bay, Highway 63 travels east through suburbs.

French River (Ontario)

French RiverFrench River Provincial ParkFrench
Beginning in North Bay near Lake Nipissing, the source of the French River which flows down to Georgian Bay, Highway 63 travels east through suburbs.

Georgian Bay

Georgian Bay areaHuroniaMain Channel of Georgian Bay
Beginning in North Bay near Lake Nipissing, the source of the French River which flows down to Georgian Bay, Highway 63 travels east through suburbs.

Trout Lake (Ontario)

Trout LakeTrout Lake (Timiskaming)
It exits the city and travels along the northern shores of Trout Lake, which serves as the headwaters of the Mattawa River, which flows into the Ottawa River and eventually the St. Lawrence River.

River source

headwaterssourceheadwater
It exits the city and travels along the northern shores of Trout Lake, which serves as the headwaters of the Mattawa River, which flows into the Ottawa River and eventually the St. Lawrence River.

Mattawa River

MattawaMattawa River Provincial Park
It exits the city and travels along the northern shores of Trout Lake, which serves as the headwaters of the Mattawa River, which flows into the Ottawa River and eventually the St. Lawrence River.

Ottawa River

OttawaOttawa valleya major waterway
It exits the city and travels along the northern shores of Trout Lake, which serves as the headwaters of the Mattawa River, which flows into the Ottawa River and eventually the St. Lawrence River.

Saint Lawrence River

St. Lawrence RiverSt Lawrence RiverSt. Lawrence
It exits the city and travels along the northern shores of Trout Lake, which serves as the headwaters of the Mattawa River, which flows into the Ottawa River and eventually the St. Lawrence River.

Canadian Shield

Laurentian ShieldPrecambrian ShieldLaurentian Plateau
The highway curves northeast to pass through the communities of Feronia and later Redbridge and Balsam Creek, after which it enters thick wilderness dominated by the Canadian Shield and Boreal Forest, with few residences or services outside of communities.