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Saugeen 29

Saugeen 29 is a First Nations reserve in Bruce County, Ontario. It is the main reserve of the Saugeen First Nation. Like Chiefs Point 28, this band owns land that is rented to cottagers who pay an annual lease fee for the use of the land. The cur ...

Scugog Centre

Scugog Centre is a community in the township of Scugog, Ontario. Located on the shores of Lake Scugogs east side opposite Scugog Island centred at Island Road Regional Road 7 and Demara Road) just east of Lakeside Beach. Area is mainly agricultur ...

Seymour Township

Seymour is a former incorporated township and now a geographic township located in Northumberland County, Ontario, Canada. It is currently part of the Municipality of Trent Hills. European settlement began in earnest in the 1830s and brothers Lie ...

Shawanaga Township

Shawanaga is an unorganized geographic township in the Canadian province of Ontario, located within the Parry Sound District. Part of the census subdivision of Unorganized Centre Parry Sound District, the township includes the community of Madiga ...

Sonya, Ontario

Sonya is a small hamlet in Durham Region and the City of Kawartha Lakes in Ontario, Canada. It is located 3 km north of Seagrave on Simcoe Street, also known as Regional Road 2. A recently constructed sub-division has expanded the hamlet from abo ...

Spicer, Ontario

Spicer is a community in Ontario. A small church-run community also known as Lakeshore Pentecostal Camp. Primary function: summer/seasonal camp/retreat established by the Pentecostal Church. The camp/retreat caters to Bible Studies, Life Skills, ...

St. Joseph Channel

The St. Joseph Channel is a strait in Algoma District, Northwestern Ontario, Canada and Chippewa County, Michigan, United States. It is in the Great Lakes Basin and connects the St. Marys River flowing through the Middle Neebish Channel between N ...

St. Joseph, Ontario

St. Joseph is a township in the Canadian province of Ontario, the largest of four municipalities on St. Joseph Island. It had a population of 1.240 in the Canada 2016 Census. The mayor of the township is Jody Wildman.

Stag Island

Stag Island is a private Canadian island located in the St. Clair River between Corunna, Ontario and Marysville, Michigan. The island currently houses over 100 cottages owned by both American and Canadian citizens.

Stonebridge, Ottawa

Stonebridge is a golf course community in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. The community borders the Jock river to the north, Prince of Wales to the east, Barnsdale to the south, and Greenbank to the west. Main through-roads include Jockvale and Greenban ...

Sturgeon Lake (Ontario)

Sturgeon Lake is a lake in the Kawartha Lakes region of Ontario, Canada. It is part of the Trent-Severn Waterway. The lake is Y shaped and has the communities of Fenelon Falls, Lindsay, Sturgeon Point and Bobcaygeon at the north-west, south, cent ...

Sydenham, Grey County, Ontario

Sydenham was a township community in Grey County, Ontario, Canada, named in part for Lord Sydenham, governor of Canada from 1839 to 1841. The area is bounded on the north side by Owen Sound, a large inlet of Georgian Bay. Sydenham Township was su ...

Tay, Ontario

Tay is a township in Central Ontario, Canada, located in Simcoe County in the southern Georgian Bay region. The township was named in 1822 after a pet dog of Lady Sarah Maitland, wife of Sir Peregrine Maitland, Lieutenant Governor of Upper Canada ...

Tooeys Lake

Tooeys Lake is a lake in Greater Madawaska, Renfrew County in Eastern Ontario, Canada. It is in the Saint Lawrence River drainage basin and is the source of Tooeys Creek. The lake has three unnamed inflows: one at the northwest, a second at the n ...

Tottenham, Ontario

Tottenham is a community in the town of New Tecumseth, in south-central Ontario, Canada. It takes its name from its first postmaster, Alexander Totten. The Tottenham Conservation Area is a recreational facility in the village, which is also famou ...

Trafalgar Township

Trafalgar Township was a municipality within the historic Halton County in Ontario, Canada. It is today a geographic township in the town of Oakville in the Regional Municipality of Halton. Named after Cape Trafalgar where Horatio Nelson led the ...

Treasure Island (Ontario)

Treasure Island, also known as Mindemoya, is a large island in Lake Mindemoya, on Manitoulin Island, which is in Lake Huron. As Manitoulins largest island, it is said to be the worlds largest island in a lake on an island in a lake. The island ha ...

Tudor and Cashel

Tudor and Cashel is a township in the Canadian province of Ontario, located in Hastings County. The township consists of two non-contiguous portions, separated by Limerick township and the northernmost portion of Tweed.

Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory

Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory is the main First Nation reserve of the Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte First Nation. The territory is located in Ontario east of Belleville, Ontario.

Tyendinaga, Ontario

Tyendinaga is a township in the Canadian province of Ontario, located in Hastings County. The community takes its name from a variant spelling of Mohawk leader Joseph Brants traditional Mohawk name, Thayendanegea.

Underwood, Bruce County, Ontario

The hamlet of Underwood was founded in 1856, and among original industry included a shoe shop, harness shop, blacksmith shop, sawmill, grist mill, cheese factory, general store and a post office.

Underwood, Ontario

Underwood is a community in the Regional Municipality of York in Markham, Ontario, Canada that is located at the corner of Warden Ave between Birchmount Road and Steeles Avenue, north up to Hwy 7. Underwood is considered part of Downtown and Upto ...

Unorganized Rainy River District

Unorganized Rainy River District is an unorganized area in the Rainy River District of Ontario, Canada, comprising all communities in the district which are not part of incorporated municipalities. Quetico Provincial Park is located entirely with ...

Valens, Ontario

Valens is a community in Ontario, located in the city of Hamilton. It is the location of the Valens Conservation Area, built around the Valens Reservoir. It is located about 35 km from downtown Hamilton. You reach there by traveling north on high ...

View Lake, Ontario

View Lake is a small village located in Ontario, Canada. It is situated on the boundary of the Regional Municipality of Durham and the city of Kawartha Lakes, on the southern shores of Lake Scugog. The village was unincorporated in Victoria Count ...

Wahta Mohawks

The Wahta Mohawks are a Mohawk First Nation in Ontario. The Wahta Mohawk Territory is their territory in the District Municipality of Muskoka, Ontario, Canada near Bala. It is bounded on the west by Highway 400, a major north–south artery in the ...

Wakami Lake Provincial Park

Wakami Lake Provincial Park is a provincial park in the Canadian province of Ontario. Located in the Sudbury District near the towns of Chapleau and Sultan, the park was established in 1969. The park includes camping and boating facilities. Event ...

Wallbridge, Ontario

Wallbridge is an unorganized geographic township in Parry Sound District, Ontario, Canada. Part of the census subdivision of Unorganized Centre Parry Sound District, the township includes the communities of Britt, Byng Inlet and Harris Lake and t ...

Wareham, Ontario

Wareham is a community in Grey County, Ontario. It is about 80 km northwest of Brampton, Ontario and about 60 km west of Barrie, Ontario. It is south of The Blue Mountains, Ontario and of the Grey Highlands. Wareham is close to the Osprey Wetland ...

Warkworth, Ontario

Warkworth is a community in the municipality of Trent Hills, Northumberland in Central Ontario, Canada. Originally known as Percy Mills, the village of Warkworth was incorporated in 1857, and became part of Trent Hills when the latter was formed ...

Wasauksing First Nation

Wasauksing First Nation is an Ojibway, Odawa and Pottawatomi First Nation band government whose reserve is located near Parry Sound in Ontario, Canada. Their reserve constitutes the Parry Island in Georgian Bay. The island is about 19.000 acres 7 ...

Waupoos, Ontario

Waupoos is a community in Prince Edward County, Ontario, Canada. Situated on Smith Bay on Lake Ontario, Waupoos is in the centre of the countys cider and wine industry. Located about 13 km from Picton, it is set among apple orchards, wineries, lo ...

Wolf Lake (Ontario)

Wolf Lake is a freshwater lake in the Sudbury District Census Division in the Canadian province of Ontario. The lake is located in the Wolf Lake Forest Preserve which is within the Chiniguchi River Waterway Provincial Park, a protected area. The ...

Woodville, Ontario

Known in the late 19th century as Irish Corners, the name of the town was changed to Woodville after the completion of the post office under postmaster John Morrison. In 1871 the Toronto and Nipissing Railway was built through the flourishing set ...

Wright-Hargreaves

The Wright-Hargreaves Mine is a gold mine located in Kirkland Lake, Ontario. In late July 1911, Bill Wright and his brother-in-law Ed Hargreaves discovered the first visible gold in what would later become the Kirkland Lake camp. In 1913 the No. ...

Abegweit First Nation

Abegweit is a Mikmaq First Nations band government on Prince Edward Island, Canada. The Abegweit First Nation comprises the following reserves: Scotchfort 4, located in Scotchfort. Population: ~140 Rocky Point 3, located in Rocky Point. Populatio ...

Abram-Village

Abram-Village is a Canadian rural municipality located in Prince County, Prince Edward Island. It is located in the township of Lot 15, approximately 27 kilometers west of the city of Summerside. Located in the "Evangeline Region", a collection o ...

Ascension, Prince Edward Island

Ascension is a small community located mainly on Route 160 from 3 miles NE of Tignish. Ascension is within the Canadian province of Prince Edward Island, in Eastern Canada. The community is home to Harpers Brook, a tributary to the Tignish River, ...

Belmont, Prince Edward Island

Belmont is a Canadian rural farming community located in the larger community of Lot 16 in central Prince County, Prince Edward Island. Lot 16 is actually three communities: Belmont, Central, and Southwest Lot 16, and is one of the last communiti ...

Bonshaw, Prince Edward Island

Bonshaw is a municipality that holds community status in Prince Edward Island, Canada. It is located near the provinces south shore on the Northumberland Strait. The community is located in the valley of the Bonshaw or Tjigaoegatig Mikmaq for bas ...

Brackley Beach, Prince Edward Island

The community of Brackley Beach, formerly Brackley Point, is a small Canadian rural farming community located in central Prince Edward Island on the provinces north shore, approximately 10 km north of the community of Brackley, from which it deri ...

Brudenell, Prince Edward Island

Brudenell was a municipality that held community status in Prince Edward Island, Canada. It was located along the Brudenell and Montague Rivers. Brudenell Point, which is located at the confluence of the two rivers, was the site of the Jean Pierr ...

Cable Head, Prince Edward Island

Cable Head is a cape in Kings County, Prince Edward Island, north of St. Peters Bay and west of Goose River. Its precise location is 4628"N, 6237"W. The official history of the geographic name Cable Head is that when the first Scots settlers came ...

Cape Traverse, Prince Edward Island

Cape Traverse is a community in Prince County, Prince Edward Island, Canada. A winter iceboat service crossed the Abegweit Passage between Cape Traverse to Cape Tormentine, New Brunswick for many decades during the 19th century and early 20th cen ...

Cavendish Beach

Cavendish Beach is a Canadian beach in the community of Cavendish, Prince Edward Island. Fronting the Gulf of St. Lawrence, this broad natural sand beach stretches for 8 kilometres from the entrance to New London Bay in the west, to the red sands ...

Churchill, Prince Edward Island

Churchill is a community in the Canadian province of Prince Edward Island. The community was named for Winston Churchill. It is located in the township of Lot 65, Queens County immediately west of New Haven. Churchill is located in the Bonshaw Hi ...

Foxley River, Prince Edward Island

Foxley River is a Canadian rural community in Prince County, Prince Edward Island. It derives its name from a local river which was named by Samuel Holland in 1765 for Henry Fox 1705–1774, the 1st Baron Holland of Foxley. The river flows northwes ...

Governors Island (Prince Edward Island)

Governors Island is a Canadian island located in Hillsborough Bay, a sub-basin of the Northumberland Strait along the south shore of Prince Edward Island. The island is located at 4608"N, 6304"W, approximately 7 kilometres 4 nautical miles south ...

Harper, Prince Edward Island

Harper is a Canadian rural community located in western Prince County, Prince Edward Island. Among other roads, Harper is located on Route 158, which runs from Route 2 Tignish to Route 156 Palmer Road. The second community on Route 158 is Leovill ...

Jacques Cartier Provincial Park

Jacques Cartier Provincial Park is a provincial park in Prince Edward Island, Canada. The park is named after Jacques Cartier, who in 1534 was the first European to arrive on the island. This historic discovery is celebrated yearly in July on Red ...