(gănənŏk`wē, –wə), town (1991 pop. 5,209), SE Ont., Canada, on the St. Lawrence River. It has steel- and copperworks. A summer resort, it is a starting point for excursions to the Thousand Islands and Rideau Lakes.
These events are part of a series of presentations Nadeau is giving around Ontario, and will be followed later in the week by presentations in Simcoe at the Long Point Biosphere Reserve and in Gananoque at the Frontenac Arch Biosphere Reserve.
The Toronto Siar published a Canadian Press picture on 06 August 1998 with the following article: "Retired judge and former MP John Matheson, 80, and parachute instructor, Gilies Dutrisac, complete a tandem jump in Gananoque, Ont.
It has sometimes seemed, amidst the heartbreaking images of soldier funerals, that violence against the Canadian Forces has fallen with amazing cruelty and specificity on small towns like Gananoque, Ont.