Chatham-Kent


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Chat·ham-Kent

 (chăt′əm-kĕnt′)
A city of southern Ontario, Canada, on the Thames River east of Detroit, Michigan.
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North Kent Wind, located in the Municipality of Chatham-Kent in Ontario, began commercial operation in February 2018.
The Blenheim facility is located in Chatham-Kent in Southwestern Ontario, which is the primary region for seed corn production in Canada.
North Kent Wind, a 100 megawatt (MW) wind power facility located in the Municipality of Chatham-Kent, Ontario, has completed construction and is fully operational.
The Municipality of Chatham-Kent has the option to buy a 15% equity stake in the project.
Chatham, Canada, November 12, 2015 --(PR.com)-- Scribendi is proud to announce its new membership with the Chatham-Kent Welcome Network, a local organization dedicated to supporting newcomer engagement in Chatham-Kent.
THE ASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR of a daily newspaper in Chatham-Kent, Ont., says he is "still telling the news, but this time it's the good news."
The two development projects will be included in the larger South Kent Wind Farm, a 270-megawatt wind project located in the regional municipality of Chatham-Kent, which Pattern and Samsung are developing this year.
The government is now expanding the initiative in: Peel, London, Ottawa, Wellington-Dufferin and Chatham-Kent. These new sites recently began referring people to the ASI.
As one parishioner in the Chatham-Kent Polish community questioned: "Who came up with the idea that an urban church with fewer than 400 families be considered for closure?
Next, the Chatham-Kent Online system in Ontario, Canada, was implemented as an open-access, online GIS to serve the business interests of municipal staff, clients, customers and consultants.
Today, she is housed in the Chatham-Kent Museum, an hour from the Ontario town of London, where the scans are taking place.
The three municipalities are Central Elgin, Chatham-Kent, and Kingston.