Parry Sound


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Parry Sound,

town (1991 pop. 6,125), S Ont., Canada, on Parry Sound, an inlet of Georgian Bay of Lake Huron. It is an active port and the center of a popular vacation area.
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Distler, a Bavarian-born master carpenter who moved to Parry Sound from Germany 20 years ago, says this kind of development is long overdue.
A celebrated Parry Sound golf course will open this summer for its fifth season under new ownership.
Located approximately seven kilometres south of Parry Sound, the site is being transformed into a gateway hub for the North.
To hear Marianne King-Wilson tell it, the waters of Parry Sound are clean and deep, its westerly winds brisk and dependable, and its sailing heritage long and storied.
A trend of growth in the number of commercial and residential developments in Parry Sound is continuing through 2007, with several major projects already completed and others on the way.
With an eye on engaging the tourism industry in the development of a practical marketing strategy, sessions have been scheduled in Dryden, Kapuskasing, Parry Sound, North Bay, Timmins, Sudbury, Sault Ste.
The organization, which represents 24 chambers from Moosonee to Parry Sound, is asking Queen's Park for more passing lanes on the northern leg of what it deems is a major national highway.
Seasonal cottagers on Georgian Bay near Parry Sound are experiencing dry docks and boat houses.
* Northern Ontario Excellence Award: North Bay Parry Sound District Health Unit (North Bay); architect: Mitchell Jensen Architects Inc.
The (http://www.wpshc.com) West Parry Sound Health Centre  (WPSHC) in Ontario, Canada, is investigating its chief of surgery after complaints accused him of sexual misconduct and harassment, according to reports.  Six nurses accused Dr.
A life-sized bronze sculpture commemorating Francis Pegahmagabow, the most highly-decorated First Nations soldier of WW I, will be Installed in Parry Sound, Ontario, in June.