Manitoulin Island


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Man·i·tou·lin Island

 (măn′ĭ-to͞o′lĭn)
An island of southern Ontario, Canada, in northern Lake Huron. It is the largest lake island in the world.

Manitoulin Island

(ˌmænɪˈtuːlɪn)
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(Placename) an island in N Lake Huron in Ontario: the largest freshwater island in the world. Length: 129 km (80 miles). Width: up to 48 km (30 miles)
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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.
Students on Manitoulin Island and along Lake Huron's North Shore looking to learn a skilled trade will be able to kickstart their studies right at home, starting next fall, at the Anishinabek Skills, Innovation and Research Centre.
There are poems that delight, heal, warn or tell of Carson's ardent attachment to the natural world, particularly in regard to her time spent on Ontario's treasured Manitoulin Island.
Cheechoo, known for her films Johnny Tootall and Moose River Crossing, says she has seen many troubled youth turn their lives around after studying at the non-profit training institute on Manitoulin Island.
And storytellers from Wikwemikong Unceded Indian Reserve on Manitoulin Island, will travel to the Gorbals theatre next summer.
Lafarge's contribution will go toward the purchase of the diagnostic imaging equipment desperately needed at its two hospital sites on Manitoulin Island.
Other museum initiatives include Rock Around Town podcast tours of area cities; Dining with the Dinosaurs, which gives organizations and groups the opportunity to host functions amongst museum displays; an extensive outdoor rock garden featuring large specimens from Canada and the United States; and books about Manitoulin Island geology and groundwater.
On a weekend field trip to Manitoulin Island, students learn about animal tracking, small mammal trapping, twig identification and temperature profiles in the snow.
It received students from Manitoulin Island (Ojibway), from Kahnawake (Iroquois) and from places where Cree was spoken.
Stargazing Manitoulin Manitoulin Island, Ontario, Canada Rita Gordon, 705-859-2470; rita@gordonspark.
He managed a small business and worked as a funeral director on Manitoulin Island from 1974-1987.
When I was 23, Mary and I bought a 91-acre parcel of farmland and forest on Manitoulin Island, nestled along the north shore of Lake Huron in Ontario.