Kincardine


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Kincardine

(kĭnkär`dĭn, kĭng–), town (1991 pop. 6,585), S Ont., Canada, on Lake Huron, W of Walkerton. It is a resort that depends largely on jobs provided by the Bruce Nuclear Power Development to the north of the city.

Kincardine,

former county, Scotland: see KincardineshireKincardineshire
or Kincardine,
former county, E Scotland. Under the Local Government Act of 1973, Kincardineshire became (1975) part of the new Grampian region.
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Their wages and other revenue from the nuclear industry support half of Kincardine's 12,000 jobs.
The company senior vice president, new ventures, Jim Schultz, said, 'The Kincardine community and the province of Ontario are leading the way in their support of wind and emerging clean energy technologies and Enbridge is pleased to contribute to advancing our shared goals through our own green and renewable investment programme.
Kincardine - postcode FK10 - was top for three pollutants and second for another thanks to Longannet power station on the River Forth.
It is divided into two main parts: one about the life of Sir Robert Moray, and the second containing the letters of Sir Robert Moray to his friend, Alexander Bruce, the second Earl of Kincardine and grandson of Sir George Bruce of Carnock.
Currently, the company is studying prospects around the Kincardine area where the Bruce Nuclear plant is expanding.
Aileen, who runs Scottish Coal's restaurant at Castlebridge, Kincardine, said she was astonished that "an old wives' cure" was so successful in minutes.
The vehicle then turned into Kincardine Road where it crashed.
"You forgot one group out there," said Agnes Bishop at a recent hearing into Hydro's proposal to build more than 1,200 nuclear dry storage containers at the Bruce Nuclear Power Development on Lake Huron near Kincardine.
At the Can WEA annual conference held last fall in Kincardine, Ontario, president Bernard Saulnier told delegates that Ontario is the centre of wind-power activity in Canada.
The new satellite unit at Kincardine Community Hospital in Stonehaven was officially opened by Dr Neil Edward.
Kincardine Housing Co-operative (KHC), which owned 72 homes for social rent across Stonehaven, Portlethen and Fordoun, registered as a social landlord in 1991.