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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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When the Ojibway Warrior Society seized control of municipally run Anicinabe Park in Kenora, Ontario, during the summer of 1974, leading to a six-week standoff, nearly all racial hell broke loose, according to local press reports.
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