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Kenora

(kənô`rə), town (1991 pop. 9,782), W Ont., Canada, at the north end of the Lake of the Woods. There are fish-processing plants and lumber, flour, pulp, and paper mills in the town. Kenora contains an airport and serves as a base for fishing, hunting, and canoe trips.
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Glenn Thibeault, MPP for Sudbury, hosted a ceremony in Sudbury today to recognize Cochrane, Kenora, Manitoulin and Sudbury Districts' recipients of this year's Premier's Award for Agri-Food Innovation Excellence.
Only Kenora is younger than the provincial average.
No one who has seen on the ice these two men, who have so long done brilliant work for Ottawa, was surprised on learning that Kenora had won the two deciding games from Brandon quite handily.
After they returned to Vancouver for Lovelace to finish his studies, the struggling Kenora congregation got a financial boost from a planned gift.
It is my experience that individuals and communities benefit greatly when they are directly engaged with issues related to their health and well-being, and when they are invited to contribute to creative strategies to address health issues of concern in a manner that is community-focused and sustainable," Chief Joe Barnes, executive director of the Kenora Chiefs Advisory, said in a statement.
Residential school survivors in the Kenora area have more reason to question the quality of medical care they received at the Cecilia Jeffrey Indian Residential School, as the federal government released documents showing 80 per cent of the students had tuberculosis.
Northern Iron Corporation (TSX-V: NFE), a mineral resource company engaged in reviving a past producing iron mine, and concurrent exploration of high quality iron ore resources in the Red Lake mining division, district of Kenora, Ontario, Canada, has announced the continuation of its drill programme on its Karas property in the Red Lake mining division, district of Kenora, Ontario, Canada.
UN), has entered into an agreement with the City of Kenora, under which Bell Aliant will purchase the assets and business of Kenora Municipal Telephone System (KMTS), a telecomms services provider owned by the City of Kenora.
2) On the other hand, the local Kenora daily Miner & News represented the story as one of a classic struggle between civilization and barbarism, a colonial encounter with white town folk cast in the blameless role of aggrieved victims while natives were portrayed in three basic, hackneyed, frequently cross-pollinating image streams.
Contact was made with the Northwestern Ontario Health Unit in Kenora, Ontario, to obtain records of confirmed cases of blastomycosis that may not have been sent to CPHL.
Jimmy Ortlieb was the new shortstop and Ralph ``Smitty'' Smith was second baseman for the Kenora Legion semipro baseball team in Ontario, Canada, then they were tapped to room together in 1955.
Yes, according to Christian Peacemaker Teams and the Anishnabek tribe of Grassy Narrows First Nation near Kenora, Ontario.