Manitoulin Island


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Manitoulin Island

an island in N Lake Huron in Ontario: the largest freshwater island in the world. Length: 129 km (80 miles). Width: up to 48 km (30 miles)
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Everybody's excited and wants the brewery to open because it's creating jobs and creating a big hype on Manitoulin Island, knowing they're going to have their own beer right here, a beer they can call their own.
The museum assisted with geological aspects of visual heritage projects for Sarnia--Lambton and Manitoulin Island.
Originally shown at Sundance in 1999 under the title Backroads, Cheechoo's harrowing tale of three sisters coping with sexual violence on a Manitoulin Island reserve was heavily edited by the film's American distributors who were subsequently unable to secure a theatrical release for their commercialized product.
Founded in 1953, the company is headquartered in Gore Bay on Manitoulin Island.
Alan Corbiere, Anishnaabe historian and researcher from M'Chigeeng First Nation on Manitoulin Island in Ontario, said his introduction to wampum belts was the Covenant Chain 1764 entrusted to the Odawa people of Michilimackinac at the 1764 Treaty of Niagara.
GE will be supplying hardware for the 60MW McLean s Mountain wind farm on Manitoulin Island in Ontario.
July 30--August 1, 2005, Wikwemikong, Manitoulin Island, Ont.
ETC has recently returned from Manitoulin Island, in Lake Huron, in Canada, where they worked with professional native Indian theatre company, Debajehmujig.
Hutt was a priest on Manitoulin Island in the diocese of Algoma and married at the time of the offense.
Bishop Power travelled extensively, visiting Amherstburg, Sandwich and Tilbury, and going as far north as Manitoulin Island.
Vector")(TSX VENTURE:VWE) announced today that it has entered into a memorandum of understanding with the M'Chigeeng First Nation to help develop their 10 Megawatt 'Mother Earth' wind project on Manitoulin Island in Ontario.
Gordon, who was hired to oversee projects in Ontario, Manitoba and Saskatchewan, said seven projects were approved, including two in Manitoba and five in the Manitoulin Island area, where Northern Ontario's first rainbow trout cage-culture operation was established in 1986.