Orillia


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Orillia

(ōrĭl`ēə), town (1991 pop. 25,925), SE Ont., on Lake Couchiching. Manufactures include industrial machinery, household appliances, and industrial rubber products. It is also a summer resort. A monument to Champlain, erected in 1925, commemorates his explorations. Canadian humorist Stephen Leacock had a summer home there.
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His topics include early life: Orillia and the Red River Expedition 1848-73, Steele's Scouts in the rebellion 1885, the love of his life: Marie Harwood 1888-90, the Klondike God Rush 1898-99, imperial interlude: the South African constabulary 1901-07, and an old soldier fades away: General Steele 1914-19.
International Resource News-August 27, 2018--Hydro One receives decision from Ontario Energy Board for Orillia Power Distribution acquisition
has received a decision from the Ontario Energy Board denying its proposed acquisition of Orillia Power Distribution Corp.
M2 EQUITYBITES-April 16, 2018-Ontario Energy Board Denies Hydro One's Proposed Acquisition of Orillia Power Distribution
CT (Canadian Tire) Real Estate Investment Trust is acquiring the Sudbury Place mall from RioCan Real Estate Investment Trust in a $200-million deal involving seven retail properties in Collingwood, Hamilton, Orillia, St.
The "Golden Leaves" are an integral part of a sculptural tribute to the music of Lightfoot that is located in his birthplace of Orillia, Ontario, Canada.
Many surviving parents I interviewed, now in their seventies and eighties or older, are aware that they themselves had not always protected their children, had in fact often knowingly placed them in harm's way in Orillia. This was especially so after 1960, when reporter Pierre Berton wrote an expose of the institution published in the January 6 (th), 1960, Toronto Star.
Early in June, I think about the first, about 15 or 20 CWAC were posted to Orillia and travelled by train.
It is just one of 10 placed in the territories of the Chippewas of Huron and Lake Simcoe, including Barrie, Cedar Point, Christian Island, Coldwater, Georgina Island, Midland, Orillia and Rama.
When I operated an independent bookstore in Orillia, Ontario, from which I recently retired, a group of young exchange students from Japan came in to ask me who Orillia's most famous author was in their quest to learn more about their host city.
For the past 12 years I have been employed as a Dialysis Technologist for the Regional Kidney Care Program of Simcoe and Muskoka at Soldiers' Memorial Hospital in Orillia, Ontario.