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Long Sault Rapids
(sō, so͞o), in the Ottawa River, Canada, midway between Ottawa and Montreal. There in 1660 the Iroquois defeated a party of 18 Frenchmen, led by Dollard des Ormeaux, who were attempting to save Montreal.
Ottawa's funding commitment releases a matching $15 million previously set aside by the Ontario government for the Huron Central to make repairs and upgrades to track beds and bridges along the 305-kilometre long Sault Ste.
The Timiskaming complex consists of two dams located on opposite sides of Long Sault Island in the Ottawa Riverone in Ontario and one in Quebecthat control the water level in Lake Timiskaming upstream and the flow of the Ottawa River.
Unbeknownst to Mary, when they bypassed Fort Niagara en route to Long Sault, they also passed by her younger brother who resided inside the fort as the adoptive son of a Canadian officer, Captain Daniel Servos of Butler's Rangers.