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Moosonee

(mo͞o`sənē), village, NE Ont., Canada, on the Moose River near James Bay. It is the northern terminus of the Ontario Northland RR and Ontario's only saltwater port. A popular tourist center, it is also the site of a meteorological station.
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Kakepetum stated that the solar panels are being shipped up to Fort Severn via barge from Moosonee.
Giffen asked Archbishop Colin Johnson, who is the diocesan bishop for both Toronto and Moosonee, if he could recommend a parish that his community could connect with.
NAPS Constable WayIon Linklater was recognized for his lifesaving actions rescuing a man from a burning building while off duty in Moosonee on May 16, 2012.
Ornge, the Ontario's provider of air ambulance and related services, confirmed that contact with a Sikorsky S76, which belonged to its helicopter fleet, was lost shortly after the chopper took off from its Moosonee base around midnight Thursday.
May 31, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The Professional Helicopter Pilots Association International (PHPA), a council of the Office and Professional Employees International Union (OPEIU), today is mourning the tragic loss of our members and friends Captain Don Filliter and First Officer Jacques Dupuy, and Flight Paramedics Dustin Dagenais and Chris Snowball (members of CAW Local 2002), who were killed today when their Ornge air ambulance S76 helicopter went down en route from Moosonee to Attawapiskat in Northern Ontario.
Currie has led field crews to Moosonee, Ontario; Churchill, Manitoba; and Norman Wells and Banks Island, Northwest Territories.
NORTHERN CANADA Ffestiniog Travel (01766 772030) 16-day escorted Labrador in the Fall tour ex-Heathrow Oct 6 to Montreal, return from Toronto, rail tour via Polar Bear Express to Moosonee, Quebec and Niagara Falls.
The other dioceses with changed boundaries are the neighbouring dioceses of Amos, Baie-Comeau and Chicoutimi in Quebec as well as Joliette and Trois-Rivieres, also in Quebec; and Moosonee in Ontario.
MOOSONEE, Canada -- Bishop Vincent Cadieux of Moosonee in Ontario has been named bishop of neighboring Hearst diocese as well.
On arrival, it pulls up in the town of Moosonee, a small port on the edge of James Bay and right in the heart of the Cree territory.
The Kapuskasking Friendship Centre, the Katarokwi Native Friendship Centre in Kingston, the Moosonee Native Friendship Centre, the M'Wikwedong Native Cultural Resource Centre in Owen Sound, the N'Amerind Friendship Centre in London, the Ne'Chee Friendship Centre in Kenora, the NishnawbeGamik Friendship Centre in Sioux Lookout and the North Bay Indian Friendship Centre will also benefit from the announcement.
Similar themes appear in the essays by Jo-Anne Fiske, "Gender and the Paradox of Residential Education in Carrier Society"; Rosemar y Brown, "The Exploitation or the Oil and Gas Frontier: Its Impact on Lubicon Lake Cree Women" (which offers a startlingly frank discussion of the impact of alcohol abuse on women's productive and reproductive roles); and Jennifer Blythe and Peggy McGuire "The Changing Employment of Cree Women in Moosonee and Moose Factory.