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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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.
With additional federal election wrapped, Orillia s mayor is aimed on how the incoming government can best work for his municipality.
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.
Stevenson was lauded in the news release for following through on five priorities: academic excellence, university sustainability, growth at its Orillia campus, internationalization, and community outreach.
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.
Roofing for Less also serves Orillia, Barrie, Midland, Lindsay, Beaverton, Bracebridge, Newmarket, Gravenhurst, Huntsville, and Oro.
Henry Bird Steinhauer was born about 1820 near the present Orillia, Ontario, and spent his early years immersed in Ojibwe culture.
One more ticket worth $311,560 was also sold in Orillia on Nov 30, 2012.
She completed coursework in human resources, as well as adult education and training, and has since remained abreast of trends and developments in her field as a member of the Orillia Chamber of Commerce, the Orillia Business Women's Association, and Wings and Heroes.
Also named a Member was tenor Albert Greer of Orillia, Ont.
Following fatal fires at Orillia, Ontario, and Saguenay, Quebec, retirement homes in 2009, CCMPA questioned Ontario's building codes and whether they were doing enough to protect citizens.