Kawartha Lakes


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Kawartha Lakes

(kəwôr`thə), group of 14 lakes, in a region c.50 mi (80 km) long and c.25 mi (40 km) wide, S Ont., Canada, near the towns of Lindsay and Peterborough. Balsam is the largest lake. They are popular as summer resorts. Many of the lakes form part of the Trent Canal system.
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The Kawartha Lakes Community Futures Development Corporation will receive up to $35,000 in in cost-share funding assistance through the Rural Economic Development program.
Susan Spicer, incumbent priest at the parish, said she wanted to get involved in the project due to environmental "pressures" on the Kawartha Lakes system.
The offended is a confederation of cottagers located on this Kawartha Lake who feel that the presence of this plant somehow infringes upon their right to enjoy the beauty of the Canadian wilderness and use their seadoos.
Lawrence and Niagara rivers, Georgian Bay, and Lake Nipissing, and especially the famous Kawartha Lakes, centered between Toronto and Ottawa.
Describing damage to the vehicles as "excessive", City of Kawartha Lakes Constable Mark Boileau told reporters: "It appears it's a head-on collision between the two vehicles.
Describing damage to the vehicles as "excessive", City of Kawartha Lakes Constable Mark Boileau told CTV Newsnet: "It appears it's a head-on collision between the two vehicles.
Describing damage to the vehicles as "excessive", City of Kawartha Lakes Constable Mark Boileau said collision investigators were examining the scene to find out what caused the crash.
Mallory had another career in mind, but when she moved to the Kawartha Lakes country in Ontario, the land conscripted her as a regional historian.
A number are situated in the Kawartha Lakes region of central Ontario and the Eastern Townships of Quebec.
To implement six unique recreation programs in integrated settings for children with physical disabilities in partnership with community recreation providers in Peterborough, Haliburton, Northumberland and The City of Kawartha Lakes.
The Greater Golden Horseshoe (GGH) includes the cities of Toronto, Hamilton and Kawartha Lakes, the regional municipalities of Halton, Peel, York, Durham, Waterloo and Niagara and the counties of Haldimand, Brant, Wellington, Dufferin, Simcoe, Northumberland and Peterborough.
In 1999, the small city of Peterborough--known to many as the heart of Kawartha Lakes cottage country--was awarded the dubious title of "homeless capital of Ontario.