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Ebenezer, Brampton

Ebenezer is a former hamlet in Brampton, in Ontarios Regional Municipality of Peel. In recent years, the locality has undergone considerable residential development.

Eels Lake

Eels Lake is a lake located between the Kawartha Lakes and Haliburton Highlands region of Ontario, Canada. Eel Cow, an Ojibwe chieftain, for which the lake is named, claimed this area and surrounding land as his familys hunting and fishing territ ...

Egmondville, Ontario

Egmondville is a historic former village now part of the community of Seaforth in the municipality of Huron East, in Huron County, Ontario, Canada. The community was founded in 1845 by Constant Van Egmond, the eldest son of Anthony Van Egmond and ...

Fenelon Township

The Township of Fenelon was a municipality and incorporated township located in the centre of the former Victoria County. It is now a geographic township within the city of Kawartha Lakes, Ontario, Canada. The township was named after François de ...

Fenwick, Ontario

Fenwick is a community in the Canadian province of Ontario, in the town of Pelham. It is located in the Niagara Region. Welland is the closest city center. Fenwick has a population of 1.500.

Ferguson Lake (Stewart Township)

Ferguson Lake is a lake in the geographic Stewart Township, Nipissing District in Northeastern Ontario, Canada. It is part of the Saint Lawrence River drainage basin. Ferguson Lake has two unnamed inflows, both at the southwest. The primary outfl ...

Flowerpot Island

Flowerpot Island is an island in Georgian Bay, in the Canadian province of Ontario and is a part of Fathom Five National Marine Park. The island spans 2.1 kilometres from east to west, and 1.5 kilometres from north to south, and has a total area ...

Ghegheto Island

Ghegheto Island, also known as Round Island, is an island in Lake Huron, about 2 miles from the coast near Howdenvale, Ontario. The island is about 1.770 feet long on its south-southwest axis and 600 feet across in the north-northeast direction. ...

Giants Tomb Island

Giants Tomb Island is an island with no permanent residents located in Southern Georgian Bay in Ontario, Canada. It measures approximately five kilometres from north to south and two kilometres from east to west.

Glenarm, Ontario

Glenarm is a community in the City of Kawartha Lakes of about 80 people. Very few people live in the actual hamlet itself, but the community spreads about 2 km in each direction. At one time the hamlet included a general store, restaurant, church ...

Go Home Lake

Go Home Lake is a lake in west central Ontario in the Township of Georgian Bay, District of Muskoka. Go Home Lake is a natural lake which is actually part of the Musquash River system also spelled as Musquosh River on some maps. It was opened up ...

Gordon Lake (Ontario)

Timiskaming 47°38′55″N 81°00′06″W Sudbury 46°29′26″N 81°21′10″W Sudbury 46°29′45″N 81°58′46″W Kenora 49°53′30″N 92°42′37″W In Algoma District 46°37′05″N 84°11′54″W In Algoma District 45°40′03″N 80°20′38″W Southeast of Kincardine, Ontario, in Bruc ...

Gould Lake (Frontenac County)

Gould Lake is a lake north of the community of Sydenham in the Township of South Frontenac, Frontenac County, in eastern Ontario, Canada. It is on the Canadian Shield, is part of the Great Lakes Basin, and is part of the headwaters of the Millhav ...

Griffith Island (Georgian Bay)

Griffith Island is an island in Georgian Bay, in the province of Ontario, Canada. It is one of three islands in Colpoys Bay, and sits to the north east of Wiarton and north of Owen Sound. The other two islands in Colpoys Bay are White Cloud Islan ...

Gurd Township, Ontario

Gurd Township is an historical geographic township in central Ontario, Canada, in the Almaguin Highlands region of Parry Sound District. It was first surveyed in 1875 and was named after Robert Sinclair Gurd, a businessman and one-time mayor of S ...

Haig, St. Catharines

Haig is a community in the city of St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada. Its borders are Regional Road 83 to the north, Regional Road 77 to the south, Lake Street to the east, and the Twelve Mile Creek to the west. Orchard Park is to the north, Downto ...

Haliburton Lake

Haliburton Lake is located in Dysart et al County in Haliburton County, Central Ontario, Canada It is situated west of the southern portion of Algonquin Park, between Percy Lake to the east, and Redstone Lake to the west. The lake is in the Great ...

Hamilton, Ontario (township)

Hamilton Township is a rural township located in Northumberland County in central Ontario. It surrounds the Town of Cobourg. The township was named after Henry Hamilton, Lieutenant-Governor of Quebec from 1782–1785.

Hammer Lake

Hammer Lake is a hammer-shaped lake in Ontario, Canada located between White River and Wawa. Activities at Hammer Lake include canoeing, fishing, blueberry-picking, swimming, and picnicking. Loons, beavers, and chipmunks are common, and moose are ...

Head Lake (Haliburton County)

Head Lake is a lake in the village of Haliburton, in Haliburton County, Ontario, Canada. Haliburton Village is in south central Ontario, about 25 km east of the village of Minden and approximately 50 km south-west of the panhandle of Algonquin Pa ...

Head Lake (Kawartha Lakes)

Head Lake is a lake in the city of Kawartha Lakes, in the Canadian province of Ontario. Shows the area of the lake highlighted on a map. It is located between Uphill to the west and Norland to the east. Kawartha Lakes Road 45 follows the southern ...

Heart Lake (Ontario)

Heart Lake is a lake located in the northern part of Brampton, Ontario, Canada. Heart Lake along with Teapot Lake 0.7 hectares / 1.26 metres 4.1 ft depth) are kettle lakes with the latter being a unique Meromictic lake. The area was opened for pu ...

Henvey Township, Ontario

Henvey 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 communities of Britt S ...

Hillcrest Park (Thunder Bay)

Hillcrest Park is a public park located in Thunder Bay, Ontario. The Park is located in the citys north end. The Parks location provides scenic views of the city, the harbour, and the Sleeping Giant. Located within the park is a World War II memo ...

Hillier, Ontario

Hillier is a community located in Prince Edward County, Ontario. Established in 1823, it was named after Major George Hillier, British Army officer and military secretary to Sir Peregrine Maitland from 1818 to 1828. It is located on the Loyalist ...

Jacksons Point

Jacksons Point is a summer resort harbour located in the township of Georgina, on Lake Simcoe in Ontario, Canada. It was originally part of a naval land grant made to Captain William Bouchier in 1819. John Mills Jackson settled the land, which wa ...

Jamestown, Ontario

Jamestown is a community in Ontario, Canada. Jamestown is the name given to a small settlement, circa 1850, that sprang up along the boundary between Morris and Grey Townships, along the Maitland River in Southwestern Ontario, north of present-da ...

Jerseyville, Ontario

Jerseyville is a farming/bedroom community in the rural western area of the former town of Ancaster. The community was initially called Jersey Settlement by the United Empire Loyalist settlers from New Jersey who settled the area in the late 1770 ...

Jocko Lake (Osborne Township)

Jocko Lake is a lake in geographic Osborne Township, Nipissing District in Northeastern Ontario, Canada. It is part of the Saint Lawrence River drainage basin, is the source of the Jocko River, and lies entirely within Jocko Rivers Provincial Par ...

Lake Joseph

Lake Joseph is located in Seguin Township, Ontario. The lake is surrounded by many cottages. Lake Joseph is connected to Lake Rosseau through the narrows at Port Sandfield and the Joseph River.

Kahshe Lake

Kahshe Lake is a lake situated in the Muskoka region in Ontario, Canada. It is one of the main cottaging lakes in the region and is the fourth largest of these lakes by area. There are approximately 600 cottages on the lake. The lake is tea colou ...

Kamaniskeg Lake

Kamaniskeg Lake is a lake in the municipalities of Hastings Highlands, Hastings County, and Madawaska Valley, Renfrew County, in Southern Ontario, Canada. It is part of the Ottawa River drainage basin and is located in the Madawaska River Valley, ...

Kawartha Lakes (Ontario)

The Kawartha Lakes are a chain of lakes in south-central Ontario, Canada that form the upper watershed of the Trent River. The lakes are located on the boundary between the Paleozoic limestone regions of the Golden Horseshoe, and the Precambrian ...

Kempenfelt Bay

Kempenfelt Bay is a 14.5 km long bay that leads into the Canadian city of Barrie, Ontario. It is as deep as 30 m in places, and is connected to the larger Lake Simcoe. It is known for its ice fishing and legends of Kempenfelt Kelly, a Loch Ness m ...

Koshlong Lake

Koshlong Lake is a lake in the municipalities of Highlands East and Dysart et al, Haliburton County in Central Ontario, Canada. It is part of the Great Lakes Basin. Most of the lake is in geographic Glamorgan Township in Highlands East; only the ...

Lake Couchiching

Lake Couchiching, from the Ojibwe gojijiing meaning "inlet", is a medium-sized lake in Central Ontario separated from Lake Simcoe by a narrow channel. The Trent-Severn Waterway enters Lake Simcoe by the Talbot River and exits this lake by the Sev ...

Lake Nosbonsing

Lake Nosbonsing is a lake in the municipalities of Bonfield, Chisholm, and East Ferris in Nipissing District in Northeastern Ontario, Canada. It is near the City of North Bay, is the source of the Kaibuskong River, and is in the Saint Lawrence Ri ...

Lake Ontario Park

Lake Ontario Park is a municipal park located in Kingston, Ontario, Canada, on the east side of Cataraqui Bay on the shore of Lake Ontario. The park, which dates from 1894, is a day-use facility with picnic areas, picnic pavilion, walkways, and c ...

Lanark (provincial electoral district)

Lanark was a provincial riding in Ontario, Canada, that was created for the 1934 election. In 1987 there was a minor redistribution and the riding was renamed to Lanark-Renfrew. It was abolished prior to the 1999 election. It was merged into the ...

Lauber Arboretum

Lauber Arboretum is an arboretum located in Kakabeka Falls, Ontario. It has been developed privately by Mr. and Mrs. Bert Sitch. The arboretum includes many indigenous species, along with twenty-odd species non-indigenous to the area, which the S ...

Limerick, Ontario

Limerick is a small township in Hastings County, Ontario, Canada, near Limerick Lake. It is located 80 kilometres north of Belleville between Madoc and Bancroft and served by Ontario Highway 62 and County Road 620. The Township is bordered by the ...

Living Springs, Ontario

Living Springs is an unincorporated rural community in Centre Wellington Township, Wellington County, Ontario, Canada. The settlement was part of West Garafraxa Township until 1999. Irvine Creek flows through the settlement.

Lochalsh, Huron County, Ontario

Lochalsh is a community in Huron County, Ontario that is now considered a ghost town. It was originally founded in the 1920s when it was home to only 4 people; all of them employees of the Canadian Pacific Railway. The town began to grow, however ...

Long Lake (Kearney, Nipissing District, Ontario)

Long Lake is a lake in the municipality of Kearney in the Almaguin Highlands region of Central Ontario, Canada. The lake is located in the part of Kearney located within the territorial district of Nipissing, but is however politically located in ...

Mabees Corners

Mabees Corners is a community located in Norfolk County, in Southwestern Ontario. Mabees Corners is where a groom with the surname "Mabee" married his bride back in the 1800s. The couple then settled at that same crossroads, and thus they founded ...

Mac Johnson Wildlife Area

The Mac Johnson Wildlife Area is a 532-hectare wildlife area north of Brockville, Ontario, Canada, that includes wetland, fields, and forest land, as well as a reservoir that maintains water levels for the Buells Creek watershed flowing through t ...

Magnetawan Lake

Magnetawan Lake is a lake in Nipissing District, Ontario, Canada. Magnetawan Lake is located just within the boundaries of Algonquin Provincial Park. Being located in the park the lake and its surroundings are protected. Magnetawan Lake also serv ...

Mansfield Ski Club

Devils Staircase t-bar "Banana Bar" actually two t-bars side by side Chalet Magic Carpet longest in North America Javelin t-bar now replaced with chairlift Lows Chairlift Handle Tow Summit Chairlift

Maple Lake (Ontario)

Maple Lake is a lake in the southern portion of Haliburton County, Ontario, Canada. Maple Lake is located north-east of Carnarvon and north-west of Haliburton and is easily reached via Highway 118 on its southern shores and North Shore Road for n ...

Marysburgh Township, Ontario

Marysburgh is a historic township in southern Ontario, Canada. It is one of the three original townships that formed Prince Edward County. The other two townships were Ameliasburgh and Sophiasburgh. Originally known as Fifth Township, it was rena ...