Manitoulin


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Man•i•tou•lin

(ˌmæn ɪˈtu lɪn)

n.
an island in N Lake Huron belonging to Canada. 80 mi. (130 km) long. Also called Man′itou′lin Is′land.
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Ontario is investing in initiatives in and around Manitoulin Island to support First Nations communities in creating culturally relevant infrastructure and services that improve the local economy.
Against the overwhelming vastness of Canada, their home of Manitoulin is little more than a dot on the map in the Great Lakes.
On Lake Ontario, what is Manitoulin Island's claim to fame?
This designation will result in KGCFS assuming child protection services for seven First Nation communities in the Manitoulin area.
As part of the Manitoulin Group of Companies, Expedite Plus now provides customers in Asia with the advantage of easy access to the Group's full portfolio of best-in-class offerings, superior customer service, and global reach," said Gord Smith, chief executive officer, Manitoulin Group of Companies.
Eastern Canada) announced a contribution of $50,000 to the Manitoulin Health Centre in support of its capital fundraising campaign.
Bishop-elect Corston, currently the archdeacon of Sudbury and Manitoulin, Ont.
It received students from Manitoulin Island (Ojibway), from Kahnawake (Iroquois) and from places where Cree was spoken.
Prior to entering provincial politics he was the deputy mayor of Gore Bay and President of the Manitoulin Municipal Association.
Avant de se lancer en politique provinciale, il a ete maire suppleant de Gore Bay et president de l'Association municipale de Manitoulin.
August 10-14 Great Manitou Star Party Manitoulin Island, Ontario Mark Oldfield, 705-897-4518; greatmanitou@hotmail.