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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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My article explores the role and responsibility of the parents of mentally retarded children placed in the institution (originally the Asylum for Idiots and Feeble-Minded) in Orillia, Ontario, over the past century.
Hydro One Limited ("Hydro One") announced today that it has reached a definitive agreement to acquire 100 percent of Orillia Power Distribution Corporation ("Orillia Power") from the City of Orillia, Ontario.
In 1979, Antonio Scopelliti, an Italian immigrant who spoke almost no English, shot and killed two unarmed 17-year-old boys he believed were attempting to rob his Orillia, Ontario convenience store and gas bar.
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.
Accutrac's Canadian division is headquartered in Orillia, Ontario.
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.
Basically Cowboy Steak is a goof-proof steak," said Gregg Oakley, sales and marketing manager at Orillia, Ontario, Canada-based Leadbetter Foods.
Robert Turnbull, Orillia, Ontario, Canada, died Feb.
With Canadian headquarters in Orillia, Ontario and existing manufacturing facilities located in Orillia and Toronto, Ontario, Pliant will be actively seeking strategic Canadian acquisitions, as well as expanding its current sales force to better serve the domestic market, according to executives.
Atherley Narrows, located near the present town of Orillia, Ontario, is part of the historic Trent-Severn Waterway that links Lake Ontario and Georgian Bay and is administered by the Parks Canada Agency (Figure 1).
Nine months after the implementation of the equipment, another twist was suddenly added when the e-crime unit moved into a new space within the OPP headquarters building in Orillia, Ontario.