North Channel


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North Channel

n
(Placename) a strait between NE Ireland and SW Scotland, linking the North Atlantic with the Irish Sea
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Noun1.North Channel - a strait between Northern Ireland and Scotland that connects the Atlantic Ocean and the Irish SeaNorth Channel - a strait between Northern Ireland and Scotland that connects the Atlantic Ocean and the Irish Sea
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The area's only producers are the River Gold Mine near Wawa and a traprock quarry run by R.W Thomlinson at Bruce Mines on Lake Huron's North Channel. About one million tonnes of the rust-coloured industrial stone is shipped annually by freighter to the U.S.
He will skirt the North Channel from the Giant's Causeway to the Isle of Islay.
The 'Friends of the Norisle' are investigating how to refurbish the former passenger and car ferry and as a cruise ship for the North Channel.
Regional Development Minister Danny Kennedy added: "The link across the North Channel is of great economic, social and cultural importance to both countries.
Clarke says the waterfront is one of the busiest marinas on the North Channel. Revenues to the town from the marina were more than $109 million in the 2002 boating season.
He added: "One of the big surprises was a prospectus for a tunnel under the North Channel between Stranraer and Belfast.
A consortium of First Nations communities have finalized the sale of the assets of Algoma Mill Works to build a specialty plywood mill on the North Channel of Lake Huron.
The remains were found by a tourist at Rhunahoarine Point on the Mull of Kintyre 15 miles across the North Channel from Ballycastle.
A feasibility study for towns within the Manitoulin Island region and LaCloche Mountain area, which includes Killarney and the North Channel has been released.

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