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  • ...Oshawa], [http://www.canadianidentity.com/wiki/index.php/Category:Ontario Ontario]. The camp's activity is still shrouded in secrecy. [[Lynn-Philip Hodgson]] A special training school run by the British near Whitby, Ontario, during WWII, Camp X has become a legend. A Man Called Intrepid (1977), the
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  • ...tility bills. Three well-placed deciduous (leaf-losing) trees on the east, south, and west sides of a home will shade it from summer sun and lower cooling c # Native species that are adapted to our region, are pest and drought tolerant and require less watering and maintenance
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  • ==Inglewood,[[:Category:Ontario|Ontario]],[[:Category:Canada|Canada]]== ...o,Canada|Natural History]] | [[:Category:Significant People from Inglewood,Ontario,Canada|People]] | [[:Category:Recreation Near Inglewood|Recreation]] </big>
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  • ==Bobcaygeon,[[:Category:Ontario|Ontario]],[[:Category:Canada|Canada]]== ...,Canada|Natural History]] | [[:Category:Significant People from Bobcaygeon,Ontario,Canada|People]] | [[:Category:Recreation Near Bobcaygeon|Recreation]] </big
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  • ==Cheltenham,[[:Category:Ontario|Ontario]],[[:Category:Canada|Canada]]== ...,Canada|Natural History]] | [[:Category:Significant People from Cheltenham,Ontario,Canada|People]] | [[:Category:Recreation Near Cheltenham|Recreation]] </big
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  • ==Belfountain,[[:Category:Ontario|Ontario]],[[:Category:Canada|Canada]]== ...Canada|Natural History]] | [[:Category:Significant People from Belfountain,Ontario,Canada|People]] | [[:Category:Recreation Near Belfountain|Recreation]] </bi
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  • ==Glen Williams,[[:Category:Ontario|Ontario]],[[:Category:Canada|Canada]]== ...nada|Natural History]] | [[:Category:Significant People from Glen Williams,Ontario,Canada|People]] | [[:Category:Recreation Near Glen Williams|Recreation]] </
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  • ==Terra Cotta,[[:Category:Ontario|Ontario]],[[:Category:Canada|Canada]]== ...Canada|Natural History]] | [[:Category:Significant People from Terra Cotta,Ontario,Canada|People]] | [[:Category:Recreation Near Terra Cotta|Recreation]] </bi
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  • '''Bessie Starkman''' was a gangster in the 1920's in Hamilton, Ontario. Immigrants Bessie Starkman and [[Rocco Perri]] -- she's Jewish, he's Itali ...tario through a gang made up largely of Calabrians in the Hamilton-Niagara region. Bessie quickly emerged as the gang's head of business and negotiator, the
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  • * [[Hart Devenney: The Bark Lake and Ontario Years]] (1956-1968) ...d down the east coast of North America, docking at Brazil, over to Durban, South Africa and eventually up to the R.C.A.F. and R.A.F. forces giving cover to
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  • The dream that was Bramalea started with Dr. James Sihler of Sutton, Ontario in 1956. ...Chinguacousy, bounded by Bovaird Drive in the north, Steeles Avenue in the south, Heart Lake Road in the west and Torbram Road in the east. It was built fro
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  • ...n articulation of a set of core competencies for all teacher candidates in Ontario, as well as a comprehensive set of strategies, practices and recommended re ...n under the sponsorship of the Continuing Education Department of the York Region Board of Education with assistance from a number of partners.
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  • ...y]]</big>''' | '''<big>[[To Add History]]</big>''' | '''<big>[[To Add Ontario]]</big>''' | '''<big>[[To Do]]</big>''' '''<big><em style="color:red;font-style:normal">Ontario Content To Add </em> To David Spencer's Education Paragon</big>'''<br>
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  • ==Brampton,[[:Category:Ontario|Ontario]],[[:Category:Canada|Canada]]== ...io,Canada|Natural History]] | [[:Category:Significant People from Brampton,Ontario,Canada|People]] | [[:Category:Recreation Near Brampton|Recreation]] </big>
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  • ...nishinaabe) / French heritage from the Northwest Angle #37 First Nation in Ontario, Canada. She is a self-taught, dynamic photographer specializing in artisti ...be located here in the Ottawa Valley. Lake Mazinaw is situated a few hours south of Pikwàkanagàn. The lake is surrounded by cliffs rising straight out of
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  • ==Norval,[[:Category:Ontario|Ontario]],[[:Category:Canada|Canada]]== ...ario,Canada|Natural History]] | [[:Category:Significant People from Norval,Ontario,Canada|People]] | [[:Category:Recreation Near Norval|Recreation]] </big>
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  • ==c333,[[:Category:Ontario|Ontario]],[[:Category:Canada|Canada]]== ...ntario,Canada|Natural History]] | [[:Category:Significant People from c333,Ontario,Canada|People]] | [[:Category:Recreation Near c333|Recreation]] </big>
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  • ==Cataract,[[:Category:Ontario|Ontario]],[[:Category:Canada|Canada]]== ...io,Canada|Natural History]] | [[:Category:Significant People from Cataract,Ontario,Canada|People]] | [[:Category:Recreation Near Cataract|Recreation]] </big>
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  • ==Elora,[[:Category:Ontario|Ontario]],[[:Category:Canada|Canada]]== ...tario,Canada|Natural History]] | [[:Category:Significant People from Elora,Ontario,Canada|People]] | [[:Category:Recreation Near Elora|Recreation]] </big>
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  • ==Caledon,Ontario,Canada== ...acousy, the Town of Caledon forms the northern municipality of the present Region of Peel. The name Caledon was chosen through public referendum in 1973; the
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  • ==Fergus,[[:Category:Ontario|Ontario]],[[:Category:Canada|Canada]]== ...ario,Canada|Natural History]] | [[:Category:Significant People from Fergus,Ontario,Canada|People]] | [[:Category:Recreation Near Fergus|Recreation]] </big>
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  • ==Natural History of Fergus,[[:Category:Ontario|Ontario]],[[:Category:Canada|Canada]]== ...ario,Canada|Natural History]] | [[:Category:Significant People from Fergus,Ontario,Canada|People]] | [[:Category:Recreation Near Fergus|Recreation]] </big>
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  • ...ario,Canada|Natural History]] | [[:Category:Significant People from Fergus,Ontario,Canada|People]] | [[:Category:Recreation Near Fergus|Recreation]] </big> {{Template:Stub Ontario Community}}
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  • ==The Grand 92.9 FM Radio in Fergus,[[:Category:Ontario|Ontario]],[[:Category:Canada|Canada]]== ...on in [[Elora,Ontario,Canada|Elora]] and [[Fergus,Ontario,Canada|Fergus]], Ontario. <br><br>'''[http://www.thegrand929.com/ The Grand 92.9 FM Radio]'''<br> 1
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  • ==Centre Wellington District High School in Fergus,[[:Category:Ontario|Ontario]],[[:Category:Canada|Canada]]== ...ario,Canada|Natural History]] | [[:Category:Significant People from Fergus,Ontario,Canada|People]] | [[:Category:Recreation Near Fergus|Recreation]] </big>
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  • ...ᐊᐠ) is an isolated First Nation located in Kenora District in northern Ontario, Canada, at the mouth of the Attawapiskat River at James Bay. The tradition ...awapiskak River exposes the housing crisis faced by 1,700 Cree in Northern Ontario, a situation that led Attawapiskat’s band chief, Theresa Spence, to ask t
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  • ==Mississauga,[[:Category:Ontario|Ontario]],[[:Category:Canada|Canada]]== ...Canada|Natural History]] | [[:Category:Significant People from Mississauga,Ontario,Canada|People]] | [[:Category:Recreation Near Mississauga|Recreation]] </bi
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  • ...t Lakes to the Arctic Ocean, covering over half of Canada; it also extends South into the Northern reaches of the United States. Human population is sparse, ...gion is a transition zone, where species from the deciduous forests to the south intermingle with those of the boreal forests to the north and, to a lesser
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  • ...sprey Osprey Wetlands] are noted as being the highest location in southern Ontario as well as the headwaters for the Grand River, Beaver River, the Mad River ...d empties into Nottawasaga Bay, an inlet of Georgian Bay, at Wasaga Beach, Ontario. Fish ladders allow rainbow trout to reach spawning grounds on the upper ri
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