Simcoe Lake

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Sim·coe

 (sĭm′kō), Lake
A lake of southeast Ontario, Canada, between Georgian Bay and Lake Ontario.
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Friday Harbour is an "all-seasons" luxury lifestyle resort located in the Simcoe County town of Innisfil, which sits on the western shore of Lake Simcoe, approximately 100 kilometers north of the City of Toronto.
"On Lake Simcoe in the fall, at the Bass Pro Open, the Canadian record winning weight for five smallmouths is 31.5-pounds--an average weight of over 6 pounds.
It is just one of 10 placed in the territories of the Chippewas of Huron and Lake Simcoe, including Barrie, Cedar Point, Christian Island, Coldwater, Georgina Island, Midland, Orillia and Rama.
Marsland Kathryn Winnipeg Central Western Whistance-Smith Wilson Toronto Ontario East Delaney Helen Toronto Ontario East Baillie Glen Hamilton Ontario West Garito-Johnston Tanya Lake Simcoe Ontario East White Philip BC/Yukon Central Western Kozubski Heather Manitoba Central Western Ramkissoon Roger Toronto Ontario East Paterson Tyrone London Ontario West Bear Ryan Manitoba Central Western Hand Susan NFLD/LAB Eastern C.I.M.
Andrew's in Sutton, Ont., a town on Lake Simcoe, the congregation is small.
That is a little less than an hour north of Toronto, on the shores of Lake Simcoe, and the birthplace of NHL goalie Curtis Joseph.
Ontario south of North Bay and west of Lake Simcoe is included for comparison, as well as all of southern Ontario.
The family settled in the Lake Simcoe area, and tried to make a living farming, but misfortune dogged them.
"Gazoo" (as some of us called him) held a regular literacy benefit at his Lake Simcoe cottage, and the author gives us the full menu and guest list.
Warrick guesses that the colonization of lands around the Lake Simcoe area had much to with the increase, but also notes that lowered mortality among the young and high fertility also fueled this increase.
Albert to the edge of South Wynhurst, on the shores of Lake Simcoe.