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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Manitoulin Island is located up north, Waring claimed, which simply meant the northern lights are out of the equation.
These are aimed more at adults than the in-house lectures are, and deal in a more in-depth way with topics such as, 'A Touch of Geology' (a six-week Lifelong Learning course), 'Shirley's Box, The Highgate Mastodon Story', and 'Manitoulin Island--Rocks, Fossils, and Landscape of Manitoulin Island'.
He managed a small business and worked as a funeral director on Manitoulin Island from 1974-1987.
August 10-14 Great Manitou Star Party Manitoulin Island, Ontario Mark Oldfield, 705-897-4518; greatmanitou@hotmail.com
When I was 23, Mary and I bought a 91-acre parcel of farmland and forest on Manitoulin Island, nestled along the north shore of Lake Huron in Ontario.
Bolduc made the appeal during an OAC information session conducted at the Ojibwe Cultural Foundation on Manitoulin Island. Painters, poets, sculptors, writers, carvers and even clowns gathered in M'Chigeeng First Nation to find out more about the agency's programs.
To provide up to 500 unemployed Aboriginal individuals with employment services in the Sudbury and Manitoulin Island area.
ETC eventually secured funding from the educational department of the arts council for their trip to Canada and earlier this month Steve and Kevin jetted off to 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.
Traditional Ojibway education is currently being delivered by eight First Nations communities on Manitoulin Island and the north shore of Lake Huron, in Ontario.
Ontario's government is working for the people by supporting the forestry industry in the Algoma Region and Manitoulin Island, creating 138 full-time jobs.
Headquartered in Gore Bay on Manitoulin Island, Manitoulin Transport was founded in 1960, and remains owned and operated by the Smith family.