Georgian Bay


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Georgian Bay

An extension of Lake Huron in southeast Ontario, Canada. Many of its small, wooded islands are summer resorts.

Georgian Bay

n
(Placename) a bay in S central Canada, in Ontario, containing many small islands: the NE part of Lake Huron. Area: 15 000 sq km (5800 sq miles)
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Pattern Energy and the Henvey Inlet First Nation have started building a 300MW wind farm on the northeast shore of Georgian Bay in Ontario, Canada.
On The Bay is a regional lifestyle magazine published quarterly for the 20 towns and villages of Southern Georgian Bay.
Magnetawan First Nation is located 111 kilometres south of Sudbury along the shore of Georgian Bay.
In speaking with veteran Georgian Bay muskie guide Graham Bristow, all indications are that the muskie population there is in good shape.
McInnes shares the many stories of Nishnaabe (Ojibwe) Francis Pegahmagabow from the Wasauksing First Nation in Canada, an indigenous community on Georgian Bay.
In 1914, Tom Thomson spent the summer at a family cottage on Lake Huron's Georgian Bay, where he taught 10-year-old Helen how to paint.
It would have been even better had Georgian Bay managed to hold on in the London Mile Final Punting low Fired a few bullets at Epsom last Tuesday, but ended up shooting myself in the foot.
The life-sized bronze monument, created by Sudbury-based sculptor Tyler Fauvelle, is situated on the Georgian Bay waterfront at the Charles W.
com)-- Source Molecular Corporation's participation in a microbial source tracking (MST) project in Ontario, Canada, was mentioned in a publication released early this year by Georgian Bay Forever, a charity dedicated to scientific research and public education on Georgian Bay's aquatic ecosystem.
The diocese includes much more than the city of Toronto itself--it stretches northeast, for example, to Algonquin Provincial Park and northwest to Georgian Bay.
Based on actual events that happened on Georgian Bay, Ontario, Canada, the summer of 1914, "Go Home Bay" is a lyric narrative of the summer painting lessons given by famous Canadian artist and naturalist, Tom Thomson, to Helen MacCallum, ten-year-old daughter of Dr.
director of the Covenanter Singers and the Presbyterian Men's Chorus, and Catherine Walker, who asked members of the Georgian Bay Chorus to participate, presented a joint Christmas cantata.

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