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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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  • ...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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  • ==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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  • ...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, ...adian Shield edge lie many of the great lakes and waterways of Canada: the eastern shores of GREAT BEAR LAKE, GREAT SLAVE LAKE, LAKE ATHABASCA and LAKE WINNIP
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