Little Current


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Little Current,

town (1991 pop. 1,511), S Ont., Canada, on N Manitoulin island, on North Channel of Lake Huron. A port and a popular yachting resort, it has rail connections with the mainland.
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Denise and Chris Callaghan are the new owners of the historical Little Current restaurant and pub.
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Manitoulin's imposing swing bridge - its only road access - lies to the east and Little Current, the main town with a population of 1,500, to the west.
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No long-term debt and very little current debt; working capital is excellent.
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